The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness (Chaos Walking: Book 1) We're taking it back to basics a bit, this week, with one of the first ever books I read and really enjoyed. I've read this book a grand total of about five or six times, and it's continued being amazing through it… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: The Knife of Never Letting Go
Well. It didn't take long for Ellie to come back with another Readathon, now, did it? But, honestly, I feel like this one will be a lot easier for me to complete, as I'm not going to set myself a long TBR, I'll add at most three or four books, with the assumption that I'm… Continue reading Make Me Read It Read-a-Thon
Well, as I speak, today is Thursday 27th July, and it is almost half past 10 in the morning. I have been awake for about two hours, and it suddenly hit me. I have read nothing in the past four days. Nothing. At. All. Suddenly, my 7 book TBR seems to be a little bit ridiculous. And far too… Continue reading BookTube-A-Thon Update – Day 4
To Oscar Thank you, so much.
This is a big moment for me. As of now, in this moment, I have decided to enter the 'Booktube-A-Thon' reading marathon. Because I do blog about books, even if I don't make videos, and I feel like I need to properly immerse myself into the Book Community at some point by completing a Readathon.… Continue reading Booktube-A-Thon TBR 2017!
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson This book was actually a compulsory read for my English course next year, I read it at the end of June, and enjoyed it a lot more than I did the other compulsory texts I was set to read. Oranges is the story of a girl, adopted by… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit
Alternative name: Ellie really really loves Goodreads and is way too competitive, then proceeds to ramble about Goodreads for an entire blog post to put off the fact that she's had way too many emails from authors in the past two weeks to ever reply, let alone read the books of. Just a small mental… Continue reading Goodreads Rhetoric