Review on ‘The Midnight Library’ by Matt Haig

I’ve just finished this book and it was honestly so beautiful. The way that Matt Haig writes this makes it so relatable, I think to most readers! It’s an easy read and I just couldn’t put it down. There are so many powerful quotes and messages scattered throughout this book, so much so that IContinue reading “Review on ‘The Midnight Library’ by Matt Haig”

Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne

I read this novel a few years ago as a friend had recommended it and I loved it that much I decided to write my A Level English coursework around it. It’s a classic novel that is definitely a part of my ‘must read’ list! It’s a romance novel with an historical twist as itContinue reading “Review on ‘the Scarlet letter’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne”

Review of ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn

This is the second Gillian Flynn novel that I’ve read, and again, I absolutely loved it. Gillian Flynn is definitely the queen of plot twists! I love her style of writing, the ways in which she uses a non-linear timeline really make you want to read more, she can really draw her readers in. It’sContinue reading “Review of ‘Gone Girl’ by Gillian Flynn”

Review of ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman

This was actually a Christmas present that my Dad had bought for my Mum, I read this straight after my Mum as she’d said how good it was! A murder mystery set in a retirement village, this novel is as witty and comical as it is mysterious and page turning! If you know of theContinue reading “Review of ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ by Richard Osman”

Review on ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J.K Rowling

I don’t actually know a single person who doesn’t love the Harry Potter series, if you’ve read some of my other posts you’ll know how much I’m an advocate of books over films and although the Harry Potter films are amazing in their own right the books are (you guessed it!) even more fantastic. J.KContinue reading “Review on ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J.K Rowling”

Review on ‘Troubled Blood’ by Robert Galbraith

This is the most recent book in the Strike detective series, written by J.K Rowling under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. I haven’t read any of the other Strike books and stumbled across this one as a result of recent publicity. After reading this, I will definitely be buying the other novels of the collection! It’sContinue reading “Review on ‘Troubled Blood’ by Robert Galbraith”

My favourite childhood author : Roald Dahl

I’ve mentioned in a previous post that Roald Dahl is my favourite childhood author so I thought I’d write a full post all about him and the books that I love! I’ve got the majority of his books (a few have been misplaced) and I’ve loved every single one that I’ve read. My favourite bookContinue reading “My favourite childhood author : Roald Dahl”

Review on ‘The Great Gatsby’ by F.Scott Fitzgerald

This is a novel that I’m sure many people have read, and in my opinion (if you haven’t already) it’s definitely a must read. I studied this text as a part of my English Literature A Level course. The class that I was in studied this text as a part of the genre of tragedy,Continue reading “Review on ‘The Great Gatsby’ by F.Scott Fitzgerald”

My top 10 favourite books; from childhood to University.

These are my top 10 favourite books from childhood all the way through to University! You’ll notice that I’ve already written reviews for some of the books included in this post but if you’re interested in reviews from any of the others please feel free to contact me via the ‘contact page’! The books includedContinue reading “My top 10 favourite books; from childhood to University.”