2019 · ARC · Read · Review · Uncategorized

Review – Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

I didn't know Brandon Sanderson was coming out with a new series in 2018. I didn't know he intended to write a YA series. I didn't know he came out with a sci-fi book. Nor did I know that Skyward was the first book in a YA sci-fi trilogy. I saw Brandon Sanderson and clicked… Continue reading Review – Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

2019 · Read · Review

Review – Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

I love both Giovanna and Tom Fletcher! I've followed them on YouTube since way back when Tom was still in McFly. I've read several of their books and always watch their vlogs. When I heard they were writing a YA dystopian book together I was totally here for it! Eve of Man by Giovanna and… Continue reading Review – Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

2018 · Review

Review – Inspector Singh Investigates: A Deadly Cambodian Crime Spree by Shamini Flint

I picked this book up as part of my 2018 ReadHarder challenge for the prompt of "a mystery by a POC/LGBT author". I selected this specific book as I had already been to Cambodia and wanted to see the country in a fictional but modern novel. A mystery/crime novel was just up my ally. Shamini Flint… Continue reading Review – Inspector Singh Investigates: A Deadly Cambodian Crime Spree by Shamini Flint

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – The Storm Girl’s Secret by Ceri A Lowe

This is the last book in the trilogy and finally some answers. If you haven't read book 1 yet, here is a link to my review of it, if not there will be SPOILERS!!! Review of book 2 can be found here. This book comes out on the 17th December but is already available to pre-order… Continue reading Review – The Storm Girl’s Secret by Ceri A Lowe

2018 · Book club book · Review

Review – Small Island by Andrea Levy

This book was the Black History Month book club pick in the office, organised by yours truly along with a colleague. Our book club meeting was scheduled for the 5th of December and I have summarised some notes taken from that too. Small Island by Andrea Levy Synopsis by GoodReads Hortense Joseph arrives in London… Continue reading Review – Small Island by Andrea Levy

2018 · Review

Review – Lighter Than My Shadow by Katie Green

I saw this through someone's page and I don't remember who it was or where it was, but thought it was a very interesting concept. I bought it straight away! Turns out this is a brick of a book. It's just 500 pages so its fit perfectly for TomeTopple 😏 Lighter Than My Shadow by… Continue reading Review – Lighter Than My Shadow by Katie Green

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – Colour of Madness: An exploration of BAME mental health in the UK

I saw this on NetGalley as I was trying to find something to read for Black History Month (October in the UK). The title really gripped me and then the description sounded very interesting too so I went ahead an requested it. This book has been provided by NetGalley and Stirling Publishing in return for… Continue reading Review – Colour of Madness: An exploration of BAME mental health in the UK

2018 · Readathons · Review

Review – The Raven Boys #1 – LALAthon Wrap up #2

I picked this book up during LALAthon as one of Lala's favourite fantasy series. I have had my eyes on this series for a while and already managed to get all four books in the series expecting to like it 😬 I've finally managed to get to the first one in the series and it… Continue reading Review – The Raven Boys #1 – LALAthon Wrap up #2

2018 · Readathons · Review

Review – Love Beyond Body Space and Time – LALAthon Wrapup #1

I first heard about this book when Book And Lala talk about it, and it sounded amazing. So I bought it without knowing if it was good or not. It turned out to be one of Lala's favourite books and I picked it for LALAthon TBR. This is the second book I finished for LALAthon,… Continue reading Review – Love Beyond Body Space and Time – LALAthon Wrapup #1

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – Let Her Fly by Ziauddin Yousafzai

I saw this randomly on NetGalley and was drawn to the cover. I thought I recogniced one of the people in front. Turns out she was Malala and the book was by her father. I totally requested it straigth away. This ARC was provided to me by NetGalley and Ebury Publishing (Penguin Random House UK)… Continue reading Review – Let Her Fly by Ziauddin Yousafzai