I became completely enraptured by The Bold Type and this is why.
Brandon Sanderson is an author I have always heard about but never read. His books have been recommended to me a few times, so when I had a bit of money I thought it was about time I finally pick one up. The Final Empire is the first in Sanderson’s Mistborn series. I chose this … Continue reading ‘The Final Empire’ by Brandon Sanderson | Book Review
Every single emotion I feel is intense, and sometimes I don’t know how to cope with that.
I am a lover of Greek myth and feminist retellings, so naturally I was swept up in the wave of excitement for Jennifer Saint's tale of Ariadne. In a classic move by yours truly however, I only got round to reading it this summer. For those who don't know, the story of Ariadne is usually … Continue reading ‘Ariadne’ by Jennifer Saint | Book Review
Not everyone wants children, and that's okay (it's allowed).
September has returned and I feel like myself again for the first time since summer began.
General Fiasco once said "this is the age that you start losing friends". I didn't understand them when I first found the song, but my twenties quickly introduced me to the concept.
Relive 2021 with me through books!
Another week another review, this time delving into Zoe Gilbert's mist-shrouded world of 'Folk'.
The Poppy War is a book any fantasy lover is likely to have heard of time and again. After receiving a copy for Christmas 2020, I'm ashamed to say it took me nearly another year to finally pick it up, and I really wish I'd done so sooner. Note: this review contains mild spoilers. R. … Continue reading ‘The Poppy War’ by R. F. Kuang | Book Review