Friday, 11 May 2018

A Thousand Perfect Notes // beautiful and emotional

A Thousand Perfect Notes was stunning. It made me cry and broke my heart. Even when it pieced it back together again my chest still ached.  It is an emotionally driven, masterfully written debut that exceeded all of my expectations.

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Latest Love // Avatar and The Legend of Korra

Latest Love is a series of posts where I talk about a recent obsession. This could be a bookish obsession or otherwise - anything that has been making me happy recently that I feel like sharing. The important thing about this feature is that it isn't a review. This is just a way of me expressing a few reasons why I like something, and maybe find some more people to talk about it with. 😊

Sunday, 6 May 2018

I Was Born For This // finding something to believe in

I Was Born For This is another Alice Oseman book that I totally adored. Like Radio Silence, it took me a little while to get into the writing and the story, but once I did I completely fell in love with these characters and their chaotic lives.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Books I'd Slay a Lion to get Early

It's been a little while since I've done a Top 10 Tuesday post, but when I saw this topic I knew I couldn't skip it. There are so many books that haven't been published yet but that I need ASAP. Almost all of them are sequels to books I'm already obsessed with, and if they aren't then they are by authors I am obsessed with.

Monday, 30 April 2018

April Wrap Up // sci-fis and starfish

April was an amazing reading month! I discovered a new series obsession (Shatter Me) and a rare contemporary love (Starfish). Plus I caught up on the two latest volumes in a graphic novel series I've been following (Paper Girls). I probably would have read more had university not started again. I needed to re-read some of the sci-fi books I was assigned to write an essay on them (Dawn and The Gilda Stories). They weren't books I'd want to read more than once, and since I'd read them so recently, picking them up again was a bit of a chore. But they were still good books and my ratings for them stayed the same.