a danger to herself and others, a review

This review contains spoilers. Also happy pub date for this book! Please support the author, publishers, and me by buying a copy of your own! I’m loving the NetGalley reads I’ve been getting. As a relatively new user of NetGalley, I decided to “make my break” by requesting ALL the books. I’ve got around thirty…

end of year review 2018

Religious Reflection: This year was a spiritual roller coaster for me. Even at this point in the year I cannot say with full confidence what I really believe in. I know that will shock some of you – but to be honest, your indignation doesn’t change how I feel. Towards the beginning of the year I…

fix me, a review

“The atoms of our bodies turn
bright gold and silky.”
DEATH OF A CHILD by Jenny George

the time capsule, a review

Slowburn romance, secrets, social class struggles, the beautiful Phillipines. ACTIONS (if you so feel obliged): follow me on insta and twitter follow the blog share this review with your friends below comment what you thought of the book or just tell me your troubles ❤

[sic], a review

This is available on Wattpad too, but you can buy a copy to support the author. This book messes with your mind. It’s based on the idea that change is constant, and delves into lots of ways we interact with each other and how we construct our lives. It’s a great book which I could…

death is my bff, a review

Yes, this book is available on Wattpad. That’s where I read it, actually. It’s still in the works (not the book, the series) but it’s beautiful. What I loved about it is the ultra-slowburn romance developed between snarky bad boy Death and our good girl Faith. The author is also so fun to read, and…

the subtle art of not giving a f*ck, a review

Oh, this book. First of all Mark Manson is a great writer can I just say that? He condenses information in such a way that you are instantly hit with the ways in which you can practically and immediately improve your life. In terms of self-help this guy is the one. And so we come…

nothing to envy, a review

One of my teachers lent me a copy of this book. It happened quite a bit in secondary, teachers lending me books they thought I would like. It was a great feeling, like I’ve done it – I’m worthy of this challenging literature only The Adults could read. Sorry, that’s laughable. It’s only kind of…

heaven eyes, a review

This here is a weird book. It’s scary, too. Very scary. I don’t know about you, but Almond is a great children’s writer if only because he does magical realism in a way that is so off-putting you kind of fall in love with it. That, and he just reminds me of an author who…

oh, the places you’ll go!, a review

Possibly should get all the pages of this book plastered onto the walls. ACTIONS (if you so feel obliged): follow me on insta and twitter follow the blog share this review with your friends below comment what you thought of the book or just tell me your troubles ❤