Read my (LONG overdue) review of Katherine Webber’s Only Love Can Break Your Heart: a beautiful coming of age story about falling apart and putting yourself together again.
Tag: book recommendations
This month I’ve been trying to get back into blogging properly. The last half of 2019 was a bit of a nightmare if I’m honest. I failed an exam, and therefore my degree, so had to re-sit during the summer ahead of my delayed graduation this month. I was busy trying to find a full-time
Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo Pages: 352 Published: 5 June 2012 ⭐️ 4 / 5 This book (and the entire series actually) has been on my shelf and my TBR for a long time. I bought all 3 books in the series several years ago and they’ve been sat on my bookshelf ever since.
This Christmas has seen me trying to fit a new bookshelf worth of books into my car boot to get back to London with me. I’ve ended up with quite the bookstack under my tree to add to my TBR. This calls for a Christmas Book Haul! British Library Crime Classics I discovered the existence
Two Can Keep A Secret, by Karen M. McManus Pages: 336 Published: 10th January 2019 ⭐️ 5 / 5 After reading One Of Us Is Lying, I was excited to read another Karen M. McManus book as soon as possible. I would go as far to say that she is a contender for one of
Let It Snow, John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle “Christmas is never over,unless you want it to be… Christmas is a state of mind.” – Lauren Myracle, The Patron Saint of Pigs, Let It Snow
The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, Arthur Conan Doyle “My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know what other people do not know.” – Sherlock Holmes
This year has been an odd one. The final weeks of university caused me to have another improptu hiatus from my book blogging/bookstagram life. Summer came and went in a blur of exam re-sit stress. I quit a job I hated. I somehow succeeded in getting a full time job and my feet firmly in
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, J.K Rowling “Ah, music,” he said, wiping his eyes. “A magic beyond all we do here!” – Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore
The Book Thief, Markus Zusak “Like most misery, it started with apparent happiness.” – Death