Genre : Fantasy Romance Page Count : 623 Rating : 5/5 Poppy is a Maiden, duty bound to remain pure until the day of her Ascension. With the weight of her kingdom resting on her shoulders she must lead a solitary life, never touched, never spoken to and never even looked upon she spends her … Continue reading From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout
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So I'm a few days late with this but as its an interesting topic I didn't want to let it slide by without joining the discussion! Let's Talk Bookish is run by Rukky @Eternity Books and Dani @Literary Lion and they offer up a weekly topic for everyone to discuss. Abibliophobia is defined as ‘a … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: Are Big TBR’s a result of Abibliophobia?
Genre: Fantasy Romance Page Count: 416 Rating: 5/5 Feyre hunts so that her family can survive. The lands are cold and food is precious so when she sees a wolf chasing a deer Feyre knows she must act for her own preservation and she kills the wolf in order to have the deer for herself. … Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas
Hello lovelies, so here is my slightly late January wrap up! I don't know about you but I struggled a little, particularly to pick up a book. Once I got reading I was fine but I was getting ridiculously indecisive with what to pick up! Maybe it was a bit of a slump after the … Continue reading January Wrap Up
So February is officially the month of the #FaRoFeb readathon and friends I am ridiculously excited. A blend of my two favourite genres all wrapped up in a nice readathon? Don't mind if I do. If you've never heard of FaRoFeb you can check out their amazing website or Instagram for little more information but … Continue reading Fantasy Romance February
Let's Talk Bookish is run by Rukky @Eternity Books and Dani @Literary Lion and they offer up a weekly topic for everyone to discuss. So endings for me are a funny thing. They can 100% make or break a book but honestly I haven't read too many books where the endings have wanted to make … Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish : What is a good ending?
So I've seen more than a few people do a list of books that they really want to read this year and I thought... why not? It's the perfect way to hold myself accountable and I'm already looking forward to checking back in at the end of the year to see how many I managed … Continue reading 21 Books for 2021
Genre: Dystopian, YA Page Count: 365 Rating: 4/5 Well, I really wasn’t expecting this book. It wasn’t on my radar and I’ve not seen anybody talking about it but I completely loved it. It’s a dystopian set in the UK following Griz who’s family live on a little island with their dogs. They are some … Continue reading A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C A Fletcher
So I worked a lot to expand my reading material in 2020 with a big focus on tackling some of the Classics that I'd been putting off reading for years. This year I want to continue this and when I laid out some of my reading plans in my Let's Talk Bookish: Reading Resolutions post … Continue reading Non-Fiction reads for 2021
Genre: Non-Fiction Page Count: 266 Rating: 4/5 Adam Kay was a junior Doctor in the NHS and this book is comprised of diary entries from throughout his career. With a frighteningly honest look into a Doctors life (or lackthereof) Kay takes us on a rollercoaster of emotions as we get an inside look into the … Continue reading This Is Going To Hurt by Adam Kay