A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness I’m not crying you’re crying… “Monsters are for babies, monsters are for bed wetters, Monsters are for…” well not this monster. This monster is a combination of being completely terrifying yet powerfully moving. It creates a sense of immense power and has tender moments that lead to this story to … More Book Review: A Monster Calls
A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby The Long Way Down flows well and takes you on a wacky and wild adventure with a bunch of people that are brought together through unbelievable chance. It has something for everyone and a personality that everyone will be able to relate to. The main characters interactions are … More Book Review: A Long Way Down
The Power by Naomi Alderman This book was on my self for months and I only decided to read it when it was recommended to me in Book Club. I had only read Liar’s Gospel by Alderman before and I really did enjoy it but I must admit I love what she has done with … More Book Review: The Power
According to the Mental Health Society 74% of people in the UK feel stressed or are suffering from exhaustion to the point were they could not cope. I was one of those people. So here is what I did about it.
How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran So this is a book that has been on my shelf for nearly a year now. I’d been recommended it by countless women, saying, “there’s no way you can’t be a feminist after reading this book, this book will make you proud to be a woman, this … More How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran [Review]
The Long Song by Andrea Levy This was a haunting novel, it was the kind of book that you had to keep coming back to because you didn’t know where it was going next. I felt empty when it finished, I was devastated to be leaving the story of July. This book has been nominated … More The Long Song by Andrea Levy [Review]