Thursday, 4 May 2017

A Court Of Mist And Fury Book Review


A Court Of Mist And Fury is the second book to the A Court Of Thorns And Roses series. After defeating Amarantha, Feyre returns to the Spring Court with Tamlin with immortality and the powers of the High Fae. However, she can't forget what happened Under The Mountain or the bargain she made with the High Lord of the Night Court, Rhysand.
Now war is coming and an evil greater that Amarantha threatens to destroy what Feyre has fought for.

Firstly I would like to say that it has taken me forever to finish ACOMAF, however that is because I didn't want a break between ACOMAF and the release of the newest book in the series A Court Of Wings And Ruin. So that I didn't have a break between the two books, I ended up rationing the book and limiting myself to reading twenty pages at most a day. This wasn't an easy task as I freaking loved the book!

I got fifty pages in and was sucked back into the world of Fae and didn't want to put it down. I would say which parts were my favourite, but there are just too many. I'd have to say that chapter 43 and onwards were the best out of the whole book. Some specific parts that were my favourite was the part with the Prison/Bone Carver, the part with the Attor and the part at the Weaver's cottage. I was incredibly gob-smacked with chapter 50!

In the first book I absolutely loved Tamlin, however in the second I completely switched and began to hate him and grew to love Rhysand. Feyre throughout this book was such a sassy badass and her relationship with Rhysand completely sucked me in and I kept wanting to know what was going to happen. The new characters that are introduced in the House Of Wind section were great, especially Mor.

I liked how you got to explore more of the Courts, especially the Summer Court and seeing Velaris. If Velaris was real, I would want to live there. It sounds so cute. Even though I loved seeing other Courts, I still missed the Spring Court.

The ending! It was so unexpected and I was basically a crying mess. Throughout the entire last part of the book I just kept saying "yes Feyre!" and was absolutely losing my mind.

I am incredibly surprised with how much I am loving this series, it's just utter brilliance and I am addicted Also, all the covers in the series are so stunning!

It is safe to say that I gave A Court Of Mist And Fury by Sarah J Maas 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.


Have you read this series? What are your thoughts?


Thursday, 20 April 2017

A Court Of Thorns And Roses Book Review



A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J Maas is the first book in the A Court Of Thorns And Roses series and is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast.

In order to keep her family alive, nineteen year old Feyre kills a wolf in the woods. Shortly after a beast like creature demands retribution for it and takes Feyre to the magical land she has only heard about through legends. Feyre discovers that the beast isn't an animal but a powerful immortal faerie called Tamlin.
As she is held captive on his estate, the feelings she holds for Tamlin turn from hatred to passion which destroys all the lies she was told about the world of the Fae. However, an evil shadow is taking over the faerie lands and Feyre must find a way to stop it before it destroys Tamlin and the faerie world forever.

First of all, I want to say how surprised I am at how much I loved this book. I am not one to choose a fantasy book to read, however, I was itching to read it because of everyone constantly going on about and because the third book in the series is coming out next month.

Within a few chapters of this book I knew I was going to enjoy it and found it incredibly intriguing. I really liked Feyre as a character and could see some of the similarities between her and Belle from Beauty and the Beast. As for Tamlin.... Ugh I REALLY liked him. I kind of have a crush on him even though he is a fictional character. At the start of the book when you first meet Lucien, I kind of disliked him, but once the story progressed I started to really like him like the other characters.
Amarantha was one of the wierdest, most evil villains and I loved her!

Throughout the whole book, every chapter would end with so much drama that I couldn't just put it down and carry on with my day. I ended up being five chapters from finishing it and then couldn't sleep until I had finished it.

One of my favourite parts was Fire Night/Calanmai/The Great Rite (chapters 20 and 21). It was so juicy and not what I was expecting at all. Equally, I loved the part with the Summer Solstice because it was so cute and romantic and the part with Rhysand because it was so tense.
When I finished chapter 27 I couldn't believe that chapter had actually happened and wasn't ready for it to happen at that precise moment. Chapters 31 to 34 just sucked me in  and I couldn't stop reading. Finally, chapter 36 all the way to the end was by far one of the best book endings and had me hooked all the way to the end. I just couldn't put the damn book down until it was finished. Ever chapter was better than the previous and when I got to the end chapter, I wanted to cry because it was so good.

A Court Of Thorns And Roses was by far one of my favourite reads of 2017 and I ended up giving it 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.


Thursday, 13 April 2017

Tess of the d'Urbervilles Book Review


Tess of the d'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy follows Tess Durbeyfield from a young girl where she finds out that her she descends from the d'Urbervilles, a wealthy family, to a woman and is set in 19th Century Wessex. (That's the best description I can give as I never know how to describe classics.)

I don't know where to even start with this one... I was really craving a classic and have been wanting to read Tess of the d'Urbervilles for ages, so choosing it to read next was a no brainer really.

At first I was incredibly confused for so many reasons. 1) it was told in third person, 2) it was old English and words were written how you would say them with an accent, 3) it was nothing like what I was expecting.

For the first part of the book (there was seven parts in total) I was so confused and kept sating "eh?" at everything. However, I think it was partly down to me reading some of the book as an audiobook. I can't read a book via an audiobook, I need to be actually reading it.

I really liked the second part of the book, Phase The Second: Maiden No More. I was quite interesting. I also really enjoyed Phase The Third and Phase The Fourth and they were one of my favourite parts. My absolute favourite part was by far Phase The Seventh: Fufilment, like WTAF?! It was just so unexpected.

Even though it wasn't that long, it took me forever to finish, but that is just down to it being a classic. Since I am not used to old English and how classics are written, it takes me a while to process what they are actually saying and what is going on.

Overall, I ended up giving Tess of the d'Urbervilles 3 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.



Thursday, 6 April 2017

March Wrap Up





March was quite a disappointing month for me as I only read three quite small books. However, that is because I chose to read a classic half way through the month and it takes me forever to finish a classic (two and a half months to finish Pride and Prejudice). 

Even though I only read three books this month, I am incredibly happy with the books I have read because it means I am on track with one of my reading goals, which is to read more diversely. 

At the start of the month I knew I wanted to start reading contemporaries again, but since I have so many unread contemporary, I didn't know which to read first. After much consideration, I decided on If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo. I absolutely loved this book! It was unlike anything I have ever read and was just damn right amazing. I ended up giving If I Was Your Girl 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

After reading If I Was Your Girl, I wanted to stick with reading contemporary, so I chose A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard. My friend Ashleigh over at A Frolic Through Fiction, read this and raved about it, and she never raves about contemporaries unless they are incredible, so that meant that I needed it in my life. Again, I freaking loved this book! It was so adorable and just amazing! I fell completely in love with Rhys and Steffi, they are just so cute! I ended up giving A Quiet Kind of Thunder 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

Finally, I read Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Another friend of mine, Abbie, told me I needed to watch the trailer for the film adaptation of the book, so obviously I did and I immediately needed the book in my life. I really enjoyed it and fell in love with Olly and Maddy. I ended up giving Everything, Everything 4 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

What did you read in March?


Thursday, 23 March 2017

Everything, Everything Book Review


Everything, Everything is the first novel of the new author Nicola Yoon and follows the story of Madeline Whittier who is allergic to everything and Olly who  moves in next door with his family.  Soon after Olly moves in, the two become friends sending instant messages to each other and sending messages through their bedroom windows.

I originally bought this book because my friend made me watch the film trailer, and it looked really good, so I just had to pick up the book.

I really enjoyed the short snappy chapters as it made it easier to binge-read and I didn't have to wait loads of pages to have a break or stop reading (I can only stop reading a book if I finish the chapter). I equally loved the little diagrams, doodles and images throughout the book because it made the book different and more interesting.

Right from the get go I loved Maddy and quickly began to love Olly too. Also, I loved the way Maddy acted about Olly because of her inexperience, like when she didn't know why her heart was beating so fast (it was because she was excited about Olly). I loved how Maddy reads and has loads of books - I can relate so much, being a book hoarder lover myself.
At around 60 pages I didn't know what to think, but as I got further into the book I started to love where it was going. I adored pages 88 to 90, they were just so cute! Pages 239 to 306 were incredible. They made me quite sad but made me smile at the same time.
I thought that it was such a unique story, I have never read a book where someone is allergic to everything. Also, the cover is just stunning! 

Although I thoroughly enjoyed Everything, Everything I thought it ended a little abruptly and I was left wanting more. For that reason, I gave it a  out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

A Quiet Kind Of Thunder Book Review



A Quiet Kind of Thunder is about Steffi, a selective mute, and Rhys, who is deaf. They are put together at school because they can both use sign language and so a friendship begins.

One of my friends read this a while ago and kept saying how good it was and I was really intrigued as I have never read a book with either a mute or deaf character, let alone both. I was a little worried on how the sign language would be included in the book, but it worked really well how they just put it in bold. I love how it teaches you about what it is like to be deaf or have selective mutism instead of just being about someone who has that disability. Reading A Quiet Kind of Thunder made me want to learn sign language and thanks to the end papers which have the alphabet and numbers 1 - 10 on them, I know a little of it.
It was just such an adorable read that was unlike anything I have ever read. Yes it is a love story and I have read plenty of love stories, but A Quiet Kind of Thunder was completely different. I fell in love with it right from the get go and just binge read it until I was finished. I got completely sucked in, especially with the argument between Steffi and Tem, and with Rhys' accident.

Throughout the whole book I just kept saying to myself 'they are so cute!' about Rhys and Steffi. At the beginning of their friendship I loved how it was quite awkward, like when they watched Atonement together. I really enjoyed the light-hearted comedy throughout the book, especially the part with Rhys' mum in chapter 8. Chapters 23 to 27 were also really good, purely because of how cute and funny there were. Some of the characters I didn't like. Steffi's mum infuriated me because of how she treated Steffi and her disability, Karam seemed a little fishy ad I just don't know how I feel about Tem.

I ended up giving A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

Have you read any of Sara Barnard's books?




Thursday, 9 March 2017

If I Was Your Girl Book Review



If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo follows the story of Amanda, who used to be Andrew. After being consecutively beaten up for being transgender, Amanda moves in with her father and starts a new school.  Soon after starting her new school, Amanda meets Grant and starts to fall in love with him.

I have been wanting to read If I Was Your Girl ever since it was released in June last year, but only got chance to pick up a copy and read it this month. And I have to say, it did not disappoint. 
I have only ever read one book with a transgender main character and really enjoyed it, so I decided to read more. I found the story really original and unique and fell in love with Grant, Amanda and the two of them together.

I loved the flashbacks to when Amanda was transitioning and shortly after her transition, it made me understand the character a lot better. Whilst reading the book I was really curious to see how it ended. Part way through I guessed how it would end, but that happened with at least 50 pages left. 

Initially, I was a little bored with the story. However, I put it down to it was the start of the book and that I was being introduced to characters because after chapter eight, things got interesting. I became that engrossed in the story that I binge read the last 100 pages or so.

I ended up giving If I Was Your Girl 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

Sunday, 5 March 2017

February Wrap Up



Another month, another wrap up. This month I really surprised myself with how many books I read by reading six books. For this month I really wanted to read The Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan because my friend told me I needed to read them as soon as possible and because they have been sat on my shelf calling to me since Christmas.

At the start of the month I decided to read Shift by Em Bailey. After reading the blurb, I was intrigued to see what happened and wanted to mix up the genres I was reading so that I didn't end up in a reading slump. I was left disappointed with this book as it wasn't as suspenseful and intriguing as I hoped. It follows the story of Olive, who when a new girl starts at school she believes that she is a shape shifter.
I ended up giving Shift 3 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

And here is where my reading month picks up. I managed to read the whole five book series by Rick Riordan, apart from going over by two days. The Lost Hero, The Son of Neptune, The Mark of Athena, The House of Hades and The Blood of Olympus were so good! I fell in love with the series and the characters and am so upset that it has ended. This follows seven demigods on their quest to stop the Earth Mother from rising.
 I ended up giving each book 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.


What did you read in the month of February?


Saturday, 4 March 2017

Heroes of Olympus - The Blood of Olympus Book Review


The fifth and final installement in The Heroes of Olympus series, The Blood of Olympus carries on from The House of Hades where the seven demigods are reunited and have a quest to finish. Even after the main quests they have completed, they are no closer to defeating Gaia and to make matters worse, all of her giants have risen and are stronger than ever. However, for Gaia to fully rise she needs two demigods (male and female) as a sacrifice. As well as this, there is a war brewing at Camp Half-Blood with the Romans.

The beginning chapters were so good and got me hooked and sucked back in. Other parts that I loved were with the goddess Nike/Victoria (there was a really funny joke), the whole section with Reyna, the Hunters of Artemis and the Amazons (page 208-245, so chaotic and dramatic) and when Jason and Percy was under the sea.

I freaking love the Hunters of Artemis, so much more than in the Percy Jackson series. I also wierdly love Nico and find him really cute. The friendships in The Blood of Olympus were really good, Jason and Percy and the three girls. 
The comedy in the whole of the series, especially in this book, was brilliant and so funny. Leo was hilarious and was possibly my favourite character from the whole series, but I still love all seven of the main demigods (eight including Nico).

Initially I was a little concerned about how the series would end. However, the ending was amazing and I was sat there thinking 'what the f*ck is happening!?'
Throughout the end of the book I was crying because I didn't want it to end.

I ended up giving The Blood of Olympus 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads. 


Have you read The Heroes of Olympus series? If not, do it!


Thursday, 2 March 2017

Heroes of Olympus - The House of Hades Book Review



The House of Hades follows the seven demigods (eight including Nico) on their quest to close the Doors of Death. For Piper, Jason, Leo, Frank, Hazel and Nico that means travelling to the House of Hades and closing the doors from the mortals side. For Percy and Annabeth, who plummeted to Tartarus in the Mark of Athena, it means they have to travel through Tartarus and closing the Door of Death from their side.

One thing I love about this series is how every book starts with so much drama, it sucked me in right from the get go. I also loved how badass Piper and Hazel was in this book, that and Leo's wittyness and jokes made the book a lot more enjoyable. I fell in love with quite a few monsters and Calypso. I found the dwarfs really funny and random and found Bob the Titan really cute with his broom. I enjoyed how Calypso was brought back as I loved her when she was in the Percy Jackson series.

Initially, I was worried and skeptical about how Tartarus would be described. However, I loved how it was described and could actually picture what it would be like. I think the parts of the book that were in Tartarus were actually some of the best parts of the book. I found the part with the arai and chapters 53 to 56 so tense and couldn't stop reading until those chapters were over. 

Throughout the book it is hinted that Nico has some secret, but I never expected it to be what it was (I would say, but spoilers). When I read the part where he revealed his secret, I just said what, it was so unexpected.

I really enjoyed the battle in the House of Hades and loved the ending. I really don't want the series to end!



Have you read The House of Hades?


Monday, 27 February 2017

Heroes of Olympus - The Mark of Athena Book Review


The third installation of The Heroes of Olympus series, The Mark of Athena, follows the seven demigods - Percy, Annabeth, Jason, Piper, Leo, Hazel and Frank - on their quest to Old Rome to rescue Nico di Angelo (Son of Hades) and for Annabeth to find and recover the Athena Parthenos.

When I first started The Mark of Athena I was a little bored because it was a little different to the first two books and it didn't start with lots of drama. However, as I read more and got further along in the story I began to love it just as much as the first two. I really enjoyed how there was still a lot of mystery throughout the book especially with the mark of Athena. 
Since there is so much drama, mystery and loads of things happening, I couldn't help put get sucked in to the demigod world and whenever I put it down I would pick it up five minutes later.

I really enjoyed having all seven characters in the story, I love all of them especially Frank, he's so cute. Throughout the book I felt sorry for Leo because all the other demigods on the quest are a couple, but at the same time I loved how they were all in relationships it was really cute (I'm a sucker for romance).

I am obsessed with the Argo II and loved how random and weird the monsters were, the two giants Otis and Ephialtes and Shrimpzilla were definitely my favourites. Shrimpzilla..... WTAF! 

I liked how it had quite a lot of comedy in it, but also had some tense and creepy moment too. Pages 127 - 151 with the eidolons was creepy but so good and pages 563 - 566 was so tense, dramatic and nearly had me in tears. Also, I loved how it had merpeople and that there was a joke about The Little Mermaid. 

By far the best parts were Annabeth's quest to find the Athena Parthenos and the ending! 

I ended up giving The Mark of Athena 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads

Have you read the Heroes of Olympus series?


Friday, 24 February 2017

Heroes of Olympus - The Son Of Neptune Book Review




The Son of Neptune follows on shortly after The Lost Hero but tells the story of Percy, who has amnesia and is placed in Camp Jupiter (Roman demi-god camp). Shortly after his arrival Percy and two others, Frank and Hazel, are sent on a quest to rescue Thantos a.k.a death.

I love how this book had so much drama in it, from the first page, and had so much mystery throughout. Every time I tried to unravel a mystery, something would happen that would contradict my theory.

I loved Ella the harpy, she was just really cute and loved how she could quote books perfectly. I became obsessed with Frank, his background story and his abilities. I also loved how he is asian as not a lot of books have diverse main characters. Also, Frank's grandma was hilarious. The horse Arion was by far my favourite, I mean he can run faster than the speed of sound and he has sass!
I also really liked the ending, but would have liked it to have been more dramatic.

One thing I didn't like was how it was mainly Roman god based, I prefer the Greek version but I really enjoyed the crossover between the two.


Overall I gave The Son of Neptune 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.


Have you read The Son of Neptune?


Saturday, 18 February 2017

Heroes of Olympus - The Lost Hero Book Review





The Lost Hero is the follow on series to The Percy Jackson series. It follows the story of Jason who wakes up one day on a school bus with no recollection as to who and where he is. He is then told that him and his friends that he doesn't even remeber are demigods and are taken to Camp Half-Blood. Soon after their arrival they are sent on a quest to rescue the Queen of Gods, Hera.

Before picking up this series to read I was already really excited to read it, mainly because I loved the Percy Jackson series, and so far is hasn't been a dissapointment. I aboslutely loved the first book! It was so good and had me gripped from the first chapter. 

There was so much drama throughout the whole book, from the first page right up to the end, and I often found myself saying to myself "so much drama". Front start to finish there was never a dull or boring moment and was so suspenseful.
Since Jason is an amnesiac it added a bit of mystery to the story which made it really gripping. I just wanted to know who the heck Jason was! From the moment I first picked up The Lost Hero I didn't want to put it down purely because of how much action and drama there was.

I loved how it wasn't about Percy or Annabeth this time around. Instead it introduced three new amazing characters (Jason, Piper and Leo), who I love, and switched between all three perspectives.

To say it is the first book of a series, it was so good. I ended up giving The Lost Hero 5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.

Have you read The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan?


Monday, 6 February 2017

Shift Book Review


Shift follows the story of Olive who is slowly putting her life back on track after her Dad suddenly left and her suicide attempt. She then gets caught up with Miranda Vaile, who people say killed her parents when she was young. Becoming intrigued with Miranda, Olive and her only friend Ami decided to investigate.

Miranda soon becomes involved with Katie, Olive's old best friend, who soon begins to deteriorate and dies. Olive immediately blames Katie. But did Miranda do it?


I was initially really excited and intrigued to read this book. I have started to enjoy thrillers and thought Shift by Em Bailey sounded quite different to other thrillers I have previously read. However, I was left dissapointed. 

The book was really slow to start off with and became increasingly too teenyfied. And to say that it is a thriller, it wasn't that gripping at all and it lost the thriller element at about 180 pages.

But, it did have some good qualities. I totally wasn't expecting Ami to be who she is imaginary) and thought she was a really person. I also loved the relationship between Olive and Lachlan, thought it was really cute. Am I allowed to say that about a thiller? 

Whilst reading Shift I was pretty set on giving it 2 out 5 stars on Goodreads, but the ending made me change it to 3. It was probably the most tense part of the book, although not that tense, apart from finding out about Katie and her death.


What thrillers would you recommend?


Monday, 30 January 2017

January Wrap Up



When it comes to booktube and book blogs one of my favourite things to watch/read are wrap ups. I just love see what books that person has read and to get their opinion so that I can see if I want it or not. With that been said, I thought it was about time I did a wrap up to add to the mix.


This month I wanted to start the year off with a bang, so I chose to read The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George, review here. This book has been sat on my shelf since the summer and because of my book buying habit, it was pushed to the bottom of my to be read pile. Now that I have read it, I can say that this book wasn't for me.  I liked how it was set in France, but it was just boring. I ended up giving this book a 3 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.


I knew that in January that I definitely wanted to read the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and Grey by E.L James because the new film is coming out at the start of February. So to pick me up after a rather poor start to the reading year, I chose to read them.

I started off with Grey which is Fifty Shades of Grey but told from Christian's perspective instead of Anastasia's. I really enjoyed re-reading this and stuck to the initial 4 out of 5 stars I gave it. I then read the trilogy- Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed. This trilogy is by far one of my favourite trilogies, I just love how it is kind of a twisted romance. I have to say that I prefer the second and third books to the first, just because there is loads of drama compared to the first. I stuck to the 5 out of 5 I initially gave this trilogy. Review of all four books here.



What books have you read this month? 





Wednesday, 18 January 2017

The Little Paris Bookshop Book Review



I originally bought The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George in the summer last year with the intentions of reading it straight away. However, due to people recommending books for me to read and me reading them first, I have only just got chance to read it.

I have to say that I am disappointed with this book. I initially thought that it would be a contemporary book that I would enjoy because I love contemporary, but also because the blurb really intrigued me and sounded different to what I have read before. However, the story got boring and it took me over 2 weeks to actually finish the book. 

It follows the story of Jean Perdu who owns a 'literary apothecary' which he uses to heal the hearts of his customers by selling them books. However, he cannot heal his own heart and so he sets off on a journey to find his beloved.

For me the book lacked drama and because of this, it put me in a reading slump. Also, because there was nothing happening in the story, I wasn't as eager to pick it up.

However, I thought that book was a cute read at the start and end, it was just the middle part that didn't interest me. I really like how it was set in France as I haven't read a lot of books that are set there,  mainly in America or in the UK, so it made a nice change. I also liked the main character, Jean, and the sort of main character, Max. They were just so cute when together. This book was quite different to what I have read before because it had diary entries every now and then and at the end of the book it had recipes for the french cuisine mentioned in the book.


Overall I gave the book 3 stars because although it wasn't amazing, I enjoyed the start and end and it had some redeemable qualities.


Monday, 9 January 2017

Read in 2016



At the start of the year  set myself a reading goal of 10 books as I was only just getting back into reading and didn't want to overwhelm myself with having to read loads of books. However, I have managed to exceed that amount by a lot am actually quite surprised with how many books I have read. 
This year was the year where not only did I fall back in love with reading, but I also fell in love with new genres (not just contemporary).

The Hidden Cottage by Erica James 
Rating -  3/5

Review here


Just Like Heaven by Julia Quinn


Rating - 4/5

Review here


A Passionate Love Affair With A Total Stranger by Lucy Robinson


Rating - 3/5

Review here


This Is A Love Story by Jessica Thompson


Rating - 3/5

Review here


Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan


Rating - 4/5

Review here


Percy Jackson And The Sea Of Monsters by Rick Riordan

Rating - 4/5
Review here


Percy Jackson And The Titan's Curse by Rick Riordan


Rating - 4/5

Review here


Percy Jackson And The Battle Of The Labyrinth by Rick Riordan


Rating - 4/5

Review here


Percy Jackson And The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan


Rating - 4/5

Review here

The Dress Shop Of Dreams by Menna Van Praag

Rating - 4/5

Review here


Four by Veronica Roth

Rating - 4/5
Review here


It's The Little Things by Erica James


Rating - 4/5

Review here

The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff

Rating - 4/5

Review here


Me Before You by Jojo Moyes


Rating - 5/5

Review here


How To Be Single by Liz Tuccillo


Rating - 3/5



Summer At The Lake by Erica James


Rating - 3/5

Review here


You're The On That I Want by Giovanna Fletcher

Rating - 4/5
Review here


Billy And Me by Giovanna Fletcher


Rating - 5/5

Review here


The Greatest Love Story Of All Time by Lucy Robinson


Rating - 2/5




RSVP by Helen Warner


Rating - 3/5

Review here


How To Be A Woman by Caitlin Moran


Rating - 2/5



How To Build A Girl by Caitlin Moran


Rating - 2/5



Always With Love by Giovanna Fletcher


Rating - 4/5

Review here


All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven


Rating - 4/5

Review here


Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell


Rating - 4/5

Review here


The Manifesto On How To Be Interesting by Holly Bourne


Rating - 4/5

Review here


Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen


Rating - 4/5

Review here


After You by Jojo Moyes


Rating - 2/5

Review here


Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne

Rating - 5/5
Review here


How Hard Can Love Be? by Holly Bourne


Rating - 5/5

Review here


What's A Girl Gotta Do? by Holly Bourne


Rating - 5/5

Review here


... And A Happy New Year? by Holly Bourne


Rating - 4/5

Review here


The Reader On The 6.27 by Jean-Paul Didierlaurent


Rating - 3/5



Time To Say Goodbye by S.D Robertson

Rating - 3/5
Review here


Who Do You Love by Jennifer Weiner


Rating - 3/5

Review here


The A To Z Of Normal by Helen Barbour


Rating - 2/5

Review here


The Book Of You by Claire Kendal


Rating - 5/5

Review here


The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee


Rating - 5/5

Review here


The Diabolic by S.J Kincaid


Rating - 5/5

Review here


The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren We is berger


Rating - 4/5

Review here



What did you read in 2016?