Review: The Wide Window – Lemony Snicket

I’m not ashamed to say that I’m binge-reading A Series of Unfortunate Events now. Someone was selling the whole series for £15 online, all in hardback so I couldn’t help myself. Now I’m quickly reading one after the other because I just need to know the stuff! If you haven’t yet read the previous books in the series, I […]

Review: The Reptile Room – Lemony Snicket

‘Never, under any circumstances, let the Virginian Wolfsnake near a typewriter’ A Series of Unfortunate Events is my favourite series on Netflix, so a few months ago I decided I was finally going to buy the books and read the whole series, and I don’t regret that decision. The Reptile Room is the second book in the […]

Review: Caraval – Stephanie Garber

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Release Date: 31st January 2017 Started Reading: 19/02/2018 Finished Reading: 27/02/2018 ‘Every person has the power to change their fate if they are brave enough to fight for what they desire more than anything.’ I must be starting to enjoy fantasy and YA because in my past few reviews I’ve put my normal “I don’t […]

Review: Echo Boy – Matt Haig

Genre: YA Dystopia Release Date: 27th March 2014 Started Reading: 17/02/2018 Finished Reading: 19/02/2018 ‘The price of imagination is pain.’ I think I’m starting to become a fan of dystopia thanks to Matt Haig. Echo Boy was an exciting read and full of surprises. Set in 2115, Echos are a normal household item. They look like humans, act like humans, but […]

Review: The Dead Fathers Club – Matt Haig

Genre: General Fiction Release Date: 1st February 2007 Started Reading: 09/02/2018 Finished Reading: 12/02/2018 ‘I don’t know why people say sorry when they havent done the thing they are saying sorry for. It is like everyone in the world is a little bit to blame for everything.’ Philip’s father has just died in a car crash, but he doesn’t […]