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The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue - V E Schwab This is it. I've found the one. Oh Addie LaRue, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways... I want to marry this book and raise a family of little books with it. A Life No One Will Remember. A Story You Will… Continue reading The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue


All this time

All This Time - Rachael Lippencott and Mikki Daughty You know when you pick up a book purely because you just want a light, fluffy YA and you end up with something that you literally can't put down? That was this. Kyle and Kimberly have been the perfect couple all through high school, but when… Continue reading All this time

The Read List

August 2020

Hello from my new home! I moved in August, so I don't really have all that much to report... but here's the round up of everything I read/watched this month! What I read this month: Sherwood - Meagan Spooner Audio // Library DNF Anna K - Jenny Lee Ebook and Audio // Library Paper Girls… Continue reading August 2020


Mini Reviews: All’s fair in love, war and climate change

Hello internet, I moved house so I've not been around for a while, but now I'm back, so prepare yourself for a barrage of posts! This time I have two books that sort of go together and one that really doesn't... Atomic Love - Jennie Fields Love. Desire. Betrayal. Her choice could save a nation.… Continue reading Mini Reviews: All’s fair in love, war and climate change


The Last Paper Crane

The Last Paper Crane - Kerry Drewery This was such an interesting read! If you've been here before you'll know that I have a real thing about books set in the 1940s, particularly those that are based outside of Europe, so when I saw that this follows the aftermath of Hiroshima, I knew it had… Continue reading The Last Paper Crane


The Forgotten Sister

The Forgotten Sister - Nicola Cornick You know when you pick a book just for a palette cleanser but it ends up being one of the most addictive things you’ve read all year? That is the only way I can describe this book. I honestly didn't read too much into this when I picked it… Continue reading The Forgotten Sister



Pretending - Holly Bourne Oh Holly Bourne, how I love thee, let me count the ways. Honestly, I was already convinced that Holly Bourne is nothing sort of a genius. She's long been one of my go-to authors and Pretending, her second journey into adult fiction, is definitely up there with one of my favourites… Continue reading Pretending


Mini Reviews | The Women at Hitler’s Table, The Night Country, The Eve Illusion

Greetings once more from isolation. I am missing having the choice as to whether I go out or not, but I am loving that all the free time means I can read more. I don't think I've ever managed to read three books in three days before! My massive list of Netgalley titles is coming… Continue reading Mini Reviews | The Women at Hitler’s Table, The Night Country, The Eve Illusion

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This Green and Pleasant Land

This Green and Pleasant Land - Ayisha Malik As if Ayisha Malik managed to better the Sofia Khan duology. I am shook. SHOOK. Basically, if you thought Sofia Khan is not Obliged and the Other Half of Happiness were works of genius, take a seat because you ain't seen nothing yet. I don't think I… Continue reading This Green and Pleasant Land