Books I wish I could read again for the first time

One so many occasions (especially when I'm not enjoying the book I'm currently reading) I think back on all my favourite reads and just wish I could go back read them for the first time again and experience that immense true love book feeling all over again. So that's what I'm going to talk about … Continue reading Books I wish I could read again for the first time

Review: American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis

Synopsis: Patrick Bateman is twenty-six and he works on Wall Street, he is handsome, sophisticated, charming and intelligent. He is also a psychopath. Taking us to head-on collision with America's greatest dream—and its worst nightmare—American Psycho is bleak, bitter, black comedy about a world we all recognise but do not wish to confront. Review: This was … Continue reading Review: American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis

Review: The Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir @AAKnopf

⭐⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: Esther Ann Hicks--Essie--is the youngest child on Six for Hicks, a reality television phenomenon. She's grown up in the spotlight, both idolized and despised for her family's fire-and-brimstone brand of faith. When Essie's mother, Celia, discovers that Essie is pregnant, she arranges an emergency meeting with the show's producers: Do they sneak Essie out of … Continue reading Review: The Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir @AAKnopf

A blogger made me add it – latest TBR additions

Thank God for other book bloggers, without them my TBR pile might be a manageable size, imagine the horror of that?! This is going back quite a few weeks now but I've compiled a list of a few books that bloggers made me add to my Goodreads shelves! Here they are... Winterwood by Patrick McCabe … Continue reading A blogger made me add it – latest TBR additions

Review: A River in Darkness by Masaji Ishikawa

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: Half-Korean, half-Japanese, Masaji Ishikawa has spent his whole life feeling like a man without a country. This feeling only deepened when his family moved from Japan to North Korea when Ishikawa was just thirteen years old, and unwittingly became members of the lowest social caste. His father, himself a Korean national, was lured … Continue reading Review: A River in Darkness by Masaji Ishikawa

Lowest rated books I’ve read

Recently I've been on an "analyse my Goodreads shelves" roll, so next up in this little series I'm looking at the lowest rated books on my "read" shelf. I really liked looking at the highest and lowest rated books on my TBR, I wanted to do the same for my read books too! Annie did … Continue reading Lowest rated books I’ve read

Book Blogger Test Tag

Hello friends! I’m here today with the Book Blogger Test Tag, which I was tagged in by the wonderful Nicole @ Book-Wyrm-Knits. I really like this tag because it’s a bit different from loads of the others that are out there, I definitely had to think a little more to get my answers for these … Continue reading Book Blogger Test Tag