The Classics Radioactive Spider

A few weeks ago, I was lying in bed, reading one of my many YA novels, when I happened to glance over at my bookshelf. I own a lot of books, and these books include quite a few classic novels. Which, I admit, are the ones I scarcely read. I have to be in the… Continue reading The Classics Radioactive Spider

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The Reviewing Reel: Fever

Fever by Dee Schulman - I own this book in paperback I fucking despised this book. And I'm not afraid to say it. This book was a pile of fucking shite. I got it back when it was first released, in 2012, as part of a magazine subscription I had to Puffin Books (which was ace, by the… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Fever

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Book Haul – January 2017 Edition

I... Oh god... This is in the rough order of when I got them; because honestly, I've brought so many over the past few weeks that I'm not entirely sure if this is in chronological order anymore... Trouble by Non Pratt I reviewed Non Pratt's other book Unboxed, and I said then that I really wanted… Continue reading Book Haul – January 2017 Edition

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Book Haul – Christmas 2016 Edition

American Gods by Neil Gaiman (Hardback)    This was from the British Library in London - I'm a massive fan of Neil Gaiman so I asked my grandparents if I could have it from them as my Christmas present. It's so beautiful, there are a whole bunch of illustrated Neil Gaiman stories on offer and I'm… Continue reading Book Haul – Christmas 2016 Edition


My Autumn In Books

The Road To Little Dribbling: Adventures of an American In Britain by Bill Bryson This book was a loan from my grandparents - one I have yet to return to them (oops), and it took me a long, long time to read. According to my Goodreads, it took me over a month from start to… Continue reading My Autumn In Books

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To Books

How do you find time to read so much? I spend less time than I should on my college homework, I take my books downstairs and read whilst I'm eating lunch. I pull them out of my bag and read them on trains to and from sixth form, I procrastinate on my assignments in favour… Continue reading To Books