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Postscript

Postscript - Cecelia Ahern Is it me or does it seem like the latter half of 2019 is the season for sequels we didn't know we needed. One was The Testament which just joint won the Man Brooker Prize and another is this: Postscript, a follow up to PS I Love You. Yes, you read… Continue reading Postscript

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Leah re-reads: Matilda

Hello frens, it feels like it's been a while... How you doing? Good? Good. If you're still around, welcome to the next instalment of my re-read project where I tackle Matilda by Roald Dahl. Honestly, this is one of the books on my re-read list that I was most worried about re-reading because of how… Continue reading Leah re-reads: Matilda

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What She Found in the Woods

What She Found in the Woods - Josephine Angelini Confession: I requested this when it popped up on Netgalley for purely nostalgic reasons. You see, back in my Twilight days I had a Josephine Angelini book called Starcrossed which was one of those doomed YA romances but with Greek Gods. I remember absolutely bloody loving… Continue reading What She Found in the Woods

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We are not okay

We Are Not Okay - Natalia Gomez When I was at school it felt like there were children's books and there were adult books and nothing in between. I think teenage years at my school would have been so much easier to navigate if more books like this had existed. This was a pretty hard… Continue reading We are not okay

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All We Could Have Been

All We Could Have Been - T E Carter Well this was a lot more than I bargained for. This is a tragic tale that covers pretty much everything from murder, OCD, PTSD, self harm... School issues... Did I miss anything? Probably. I got around to reading this around the same time that I decided… Continue reading All We Could Have Been

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The Beekeeper of Aleppo

The Beekeeper of Aleppo - Christy Lefteri Ok, so if you have someone in your life that complains about immigration or equates refugees with "layabouts" or "criminals" then please do buy them this book. This really is a powerful read detailing just how desperate people are when they flee their homes in search of somewhere… Continue reading The Beekeeper of Aleppo