Review: All That She Can See – Carrie Hope Fletcher

Genre: Fantasy/Romance Release Date: 13th July 2017 Started Reading: 04/02/2018 Finished Reading: 09/02/2018 ‘You can’t have rainbows without rain.’ Cherry has a bakery. She knows exactly what people need and serves them something to cheer them up. What her customers don’t understand is that she bakes magic into everything to defeat their problems. Cherry sees Meddlums – creatures that […]

Review: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman

Genre: Contemporary Fiction Release Date: 9th May 2017 Started Reading: 30/01/2018 Finished Reading: 04/02/2018 ‘In the end, what matters is this: I survived.’ Eleanor Oliphant is odd. She speaks like an 80-year-old woman even though she’s only 30, leads a monotonous life and keeps herself to herself. No friends, no family (other than her mother), and no fun. I […]

Review: The Bad Beginning – Lemony Snicket

Genre: Children’s Fiction Release Date: 30th September 1999 Started Reading: 20/01/2018 Finished Reading: 22/01/2018 ‘I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed this, but first impressions are often entirely wrong.’ I had watched the Unfortunate Events film, and now I’m addicted to the Netflix series. I’ve lost count of the times I’ve rewatched the series, so I had been wanting to start […]

Review: Attachments – Rainbow Rowell

Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: 4th April 2011 Started Reading: 16/01/2018 Finished Reading: 29/01/2018 ‘Every woman wants a man who’ll fall in love with her soul as well as her body.’ I’ve wanted to read Attachments for the past few years, but I’ve always managed to find a book I wanted to read more, and it got forgotten about until I […]

Review: Remember This When You’re Sad – Maggy Van Eijk

Genre: Self-Help/Memoir Release Date: 11th January 2018 Started Reading: 12/01/2018 Finished Reading: 15/01/2018 ‘Self-love is a term everyone throws around like it’s fluffy and easy but to go through something and accept it rather than work it out on the battlefield of your body is actually one of the hardest things to do.’ The publisher kindly sent me a […]