Bookshelf

“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”
– Stephen King

Book Review: Fangirl

Book Review: Fangirl

Being a bit of a geek, my initial thought, before I even opened the book was: ‘I am going to love this’.  I wasn’… View Post
Popsugar’s 2015 Reading Challenge

Popsugar’s 2015 Reading Challenge

So, this year, as well as my target of reading 50 books, I wanted to try something a little different to add more variety to&… View Post
Book Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Book Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Title: Eleanor & Park Author: Rainbow Rowell Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary Format: Paperback ‘You never forget your first love…’ INFO | Goodreads BUY | The&… View Post
Rediscovering Graphic Novels

Rediscovering Graphic Novels

All of a sudden, I’ve noticed graphic novels.  They are everywhere – being reviewed on blogs, lining the shelves of bookshops.  The world is … View Post
Book Review: The Savage by David Almond

Book Review: The Savage by David Almond

Title: The Savage Author: David Almond, illustrated by Dave McKean Genre: Fiction, Graphic Novel, Young Adult, Fantasy “You won’t believe this but it’… View Post
Book Review: Attachments

Book Review: Attachments

After recently finishing Eleanor and Park, I was so excited to read another Rainbow Rowell book, but this time, one aimed at adults.  The … View Post
Book Review: Coram Boy

Book Review: Coram Boy

A tale of two cities. Gloucester and London. A tale of two boys. Toby, saved from an African slave ship; Aaron, the illegitimate son … View Post