Remember your first crush? Remember walking down the corridors of your high school and blushing whenever you catch a glimpse of that one cute guy who seems to shine just a little bit brighter than everyone else? Remember the late night conversations with your friends trying to decipher and construe every conversation and gesture,… Read More Book Review – Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda
Title: Forgotten Reflections Author: Young-Im Lee Setting: Korea 1950s I must admit that I haven’t read much modern Asian fiction, and even less Asian historical fiction, so when I was offered this book, I was excited to read it. When I got a look at how long it was, I admit to second thoughts.… Read More Forgotten Reflections – Book Review
Topaz and Lace by Amber Laura Young When I first came across this novel, the title didn’t appeal to me. The blurb didn’t really catch my fancy either. I shrugged and turned away from it. But then I read a few lines of writing by the author from another work, and I was immediately… Read More Topaz and Lace – Book Review
As a non-fiction book set in Uganda, Queen of Katwe is a novel I would never normally have picked up. However, something in the story called to me and, having read the entire book in a matter of hours, I don’t regret that decision in the slightest. Queen of Katwe details the life and… Read More Queen of Katwe – Book Review
Author name (if different): Nia Markos Name of the book: Elements: Book One of the Complete Crystal Series Genre of the book: Young Adult, Paranormal, Fantasy Book synopsis: Alexa is discovering that her whole life has been a lie. As her nineteenth birthday approaches, her true identity is revealed. The incredible world of witchcraft and Otherworlds come… Read More Elements: Book One of the Complete Crystal Series – Book Review
Rating: 5/5 This book is amazing. The topic of abuse is not something you want to think much about. It is mostly hidden behind a wall of silence and if it gets public attention, it’s usually garish sensationalism. Not so in this book. It is completely beyond me how the author managed to write… Read More Walls of Silence – Book Review
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I often feel like there are some books that you might hate and not finish when you’re at one stage in your life but then you come across it when you’re in a totally different headspace, and you’ll end up liking it. This is one of those books. I’ve bought (and returned) The Miniaturist… Read More The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton – Book Review