TBR: August TBR

Previously: July Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: August Wrap-Up Impossibly it is now August, and while I never had a TBR for July I have pulled my socks up for the coming month. Free Food for Millionaires by Min-Jin LeeAfter reading Min-Jin Lee's newer release, Pachinko, some time ago, I jumped at the chance to purchase her… Continue reading TBR: August TBR

Reading Wrap-Up: July 2020

Previously: Booker Longlist TBR 2020| Coming Soon: August TBR Too Wicked to Kiss by Erica Ridley ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Too Wicked to Kiss is the series in a series of companion historical romance novels, this one with an urban fantasy element to it. It follows Evangeline, who has run away from her abusive stepfather and is supposed to… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: July 2020

Comic Corner: Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular Pt.1

Previously- Captain America: Captain of Nothing |Coming soon- Robin 80th Anniversary Pt.2 Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular has a whole host of amazing writers, artists, colourist, and letterers involved. I will be looking at the stories individually and will credit along the way. Since there are quite a few I will be splitting the… Continue reading Comic Corner: Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular Pt.1

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

Previously: Book II, Chapter XIV | Coming Soon: Book II, Chapter XVI Welcome to the fourteenth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XV: Knitting. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, July 30th 1859. The story so far…We spent more time with Mr… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter XV

Booker Longlist TBR 2020

Previously: The Last Wish Review | Coming Soon: July Reading Wrap-Up Earlier this week the Longlist for the Booker Prize 2020 was announced and, unsurprisingly I haven't read a single book on it. I want to read a couple, but as my local library is not fully open due to the current climate. Today I'm… Continue reading Booker Longlist TBR 2020

Book Review: The Last Wish

Previously: Girl, Woman, Other Review| Coming Soon: Booker Longlist TBR 2020 The Last Wish is an adult fantasy book that collects four short stories from the world of the Witcher. It was first published in Polish in 1993, translated into English by Danusia Stokto, and published in the UK by Gollancz in 2007. It follows… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Wish

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

Read With Me, A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters XII-XIII

Previously: Book II, Chapters X-XI | Coming Soon: Book II, Chapter XIV Welcome to the twelfth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XII: The Fellow of Delicacy and Chapter XIII: The Fellow of No Delicacy. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, July… Continue reading Read With Me, A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters XII-XIII

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

Reviewing the Shortest Books I’ve Read

Previously: June Reading Wrap-Up|Coming Soon: Girl, Woman, Other Review. To contrast with my post reviewing the longest books I've gone in the opposite direction so we can take a look at the shortest book's I've read to date. There are a couple more rules this time to try and keep the list interesting. As before… Continue reading Reviewing the Shortest Books I’ve Read