RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter XIV

Previously: Book II, Chapter XIV | Coming Soon: Book II, Chapter X Welcome to the thirteenth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read XIV: The Honest Tradesman. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, July 24th 1859. The story so far…Last week Mr Stryver, who… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter XIV

Book Review: Girl, Woman, Other

Previously: Reviewing the Shortest Books I've Read | Coming Soon: The Last Wish Review Girl, Woman, Other is a contemporary fiction novel by Bernadine Evaristo, published by Penguin on May 2nd 2019. Each chapter follows a different black woman living in Britain and their experiences. The book has already had a lot of critical acclaims,… Continue reading Book Review: Girl, Woman, Other

Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter VI.

Previously: Book II, Chapters IV-V| Coming Soon: Book II, Chapters VII-VIII Welcome to the eighth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter VI: Hundreds of People. This chapter was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, June 18th 1859. The story so far… Charles Darnay has been… Continue reading Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter VI.

Book Reccomendations: The Longest Books I’ve Read

Previously- How We Disappeared Review |Coming Soon- The Longest Books on my TBR Given that people may have some extra time on their hands for a reason that I refuse to mention I thought that I would tell you about the longest books that I have ever read.  For this list, I am only going… Continue reading Book Reccomendations: The Longest Books I’ve Read

Review- Batman: Curse of the White Knight #7

Previously- Curse of the White Knight #6|Coming soon- Curse of the White Knight #8 Batman: Curse of the White Knights was written and drawn by Sean Murphy. The colours are by Matt Hollingsworth, with letters by AndWorld Design. What do you need to have read?Please read Batman: White Knight, because it is super. It’s only… Continue reading Review- Batman: Curse of the White Knight #7

TBR: October/Victober

October 2019 is going to be my first October participating in Victober, a Victorian themed read-a-long through the month of October. This year it's being hosted by Lucy@LucytheReader, Kate@BooksandThings, Ange@BeyondthePages, and Kate@KateHowe. I'm sort of folowing the prompts, but will admit that I'm stretching some of them a little, and I'm not doing all of… Continue reading TBR: October/Victober

Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

Published by Titan Books, Mad Love is the novelisation of Mad Love and Other Stories, the Batman comic, an adaptation of Batman: The Animated Series (S.4, Ep.21). Essentially this is the origin story of the one, the only, the insatiable, Harley Quinn. Let's start at the very beginning... If you're going to have a prologue… Continue reading Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

Coffee and a Catch Up.

Hi, remember me? I kind of disappeared for a while, didn't I. Well, I'm back now. At last I think I am, so I thought we'd have a bit of a catch up before normal posting resumes. Where have I been? Mostly writing my dissertation. Not a very exciting answer I know. But I submitted… Continue reading Coffee and a Catch Up.

A Beginner’s Guide to Comic Books: The Basics

So, you want to start reading comic books, but you don't know where to start? Well, don't worry, I've got your back. Welcome to a new series where I try to break it all down for you. How do comic books work? Typically comic books are released every week, or every month, (or, every 300… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Comic Books: The Basics

TBR: March 2019

No themes this month (Bye-bye Sci-February!) but simply books that need to be read. The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon You're probably sick of seeing this book by now, but I said I wouldn't be finishing this is February, and I was not lying. Honestly, I'll be surprised if I finish it… Continue reading TBR: March 2019