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Review: Goodbye, Perfect

Goodbye, Perfect by Sara Barnard Date read: 9th July 2018 - 10th July 2018 Page count: 300 Genre: Young adult Format: Paperback (from local library) Rating: 4/5 I've read all three of Sara Barnard's books now, the first of which is reviewed here. I enjoyed her second quite a bit, but this book got enough going in me to warrant… Continue reading Review: Goodbye, Perfect

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What I’m Going To Read This Summer

My exams are over, my fate is sealed. Now, to distract me from the every burning pain of waiting for my A-level results, I'm hoping to read quite a few books over the upcoming few months. Summer always tends to be the time of year when I end up barely reading anything, despite the massive… Continue reading What I’m Going To Read This Summer

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The Reviewing Reel: Measure for Measure

Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare I'm hoping that 2018 will be the year that I'll review all of the books I read - both here, and on Goodreads. I don't know if I'll keep it up, but I think this is a good enough start. Expect a lot of book reviews this year!  … Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Measure for Measure

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Books I Want To Read In 2018

I managed to meet my 2017 Goodreads Reading Challenge! I've read about eleven books in my Christmas holidays, at least so far - although I do only have two days left until I have to go back to sixth form. I'm still not entirely sure as to how I managed to read 202 books in… Continue reading Books I Want To Read In 2018

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My Top 10 Books of 2017

As it's drawing so close to the end of the year, I wanted to round up all of my favourite books that I've read - so far... Just to clue you up on some data, as of today, the 22nd December, I have read... 193 books 57,806 pages My Goodreads reading challenge for 2017 was… Continue reading My Top 10 Books of 2017

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The Reviewing Reel: Room

Room by Emma Donoghue All I’d heard about Room before beginning to read it was that it was devastating, emotional, and thought-provoking. After having read it, I only really found it one of those things. Maybe I was just numb, as, after all, the events that the novel covers are truly horrific, but I honestly… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Room

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The Reviewing Reel: Juliet, Naked

Juliet, Naked by Nick Hornby I've reviewed at least one other book by Nick Hornby on here (see: Funny Girl) and I've also read a few others of his books - so I can safely say that he's quickly becoming one of my favourite go-to 'I can't be bothered to read anything else right now'… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Juliet, Naked

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The Reviewing Reel: A Taxonomy of Love

A Taxonomy of Love by Rachael Allen This book had its high points and its low points. Although, overall, the low points won out on the high. A lot of the reviews on Goodreads are overwhelmingly positive about this novel - mostly because it has a main character (Spencer) with Tourette's Syndrome and a cute… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: A Taxonomy of Love

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The Reviewing Reel: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz This book has been repeatedly recommended to me. Over and over and over again. I've also been reluctant to read it - mostly because I've read a few negative reviews that say it doesn't live up to the hype that surrounds it.… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

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The Reviewing Reel: Carrie

Carrie by Stephen King Carrie is Stephen King's debut novel, so I was interested in seeing how his style has changed over his career. I've read Bag of Bones and The Shining, before, and I'm currently struggling through IT, so I'm no stranger to him, either. What immediately struck me about this book was how strange it was set… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Carrie