Review: The Undomestic Goddess – Sophie Kinsella

The Undomestic Goddess is a book that had me either laughing or crying or doing both at the same time. It’s an absolute gem of a book and definitely worth reading for a nice little bit of escapism. Samantha is a high powered lawyer in a high powered law firm in London. She’s one of […]

Review: Why Mummy Drinks – Gill Sims

Why Mummy Drinks is the book everyone is reading, whether they have kids or not, so of course I had to try it. Especially since it was only £4 at Sainsbury’s. Set out to appear as a diary, Why Mummy Drinks follows the day-to-day life of middle-class mummy Ellen. From trying to be the popular […]

Review: Silence is Goldfish – Annabel Pitcher

Tess isn’t a normal teenage girl. She doesn’t fit in at school – she’s geeky, chubby and a loner. Then she stands out from the crowd even more – she stops talking. She didn’t mean to become mute. She found out that her dad wasn’t who she thought he was and was too shocked to […]

Review: Aftercare Instructions – Bonnie Pipkin

I received a review copy of this through NetGalley in return for an honest review. I was actually quite disappointed by this one. I felt like I expected more from it, especially with it dealing with more serious subjects such as abortion right from the start. The reason I don’t read much YA any more […]