February Reading Wrap Up

February wasn't the best reading month for me as I only read three books and started another two, but the books I read were ones I rated highly! The first book I finished was Gotta Get Theroux This which is one of Louis Theroux's books about his documentaries and his life. It was good to… Continue reading February Reading Wrap Up

Top Six Books from the Last Six Months

Hello hello hello, It's been a while! I'm sorry I've not been posting as regularly as I would like. I've recently moved into my own flat, and have been both busy with sorting/unpacking, and have also been without internet until now. I've not read as much either, but that's okay, some months are quieter than… Continue reading Top Six Books from the Last Six Months

Good Omens: A Review

I'm going to be honest, I only wanted to read this book because of the Amazon Prime series starting at the end of this month, but boy, was it a good read! The premise behind this book got me intrigued straight away: the world is ending that Saturday around tea time, Crowley (from Hell) and… Continue reading Good Omens: A Review

The Cruel Prince: A Review

I've finally read The Cruel Prince and I really enjoyed it! I want sure about it for ages but then lay week, when I was downloading my books for the OWLS Magical Readathon, I spotted it for something like 98p on the Kindle store, and couldn't resist picking it up. I think I'm one of… Continue reading The Cruel Prince: A Review

March Reading Wrap Up

It's the 4th April and I just realised I haven't even written my March Wrap Up! March was a reasonably good reading month for me, where I read 4 (technically 5 but one was a bind up of two books) books. I also just realised that I've not posted a single review for any of… Continue reading March Reading Wrap Up

Thoughts on Audiobooks

Hello all! I thought I'd write a little post today about my first thoughts on audiobooks. I am currently about a quarter of the way through my first audiobook and honestly...I'm loving it! I don't know why I haven't listened to audiobooks before - they're so handy! As some of you may know from previous… Continue reading Thoughts on Audiobooks

Shades of Magic: A Review

A Darker Shade of Magic Blurb: Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. Kell was raised in Arnes—Red London—and officially serves the Maresh Empire as an ambassador, traveling between the frequent bloody regime changes in White London… Continue reading Shades of Magic: A Review