Wintersmith – Terry Pratchett

Hi my loves, sorry there’s a bit of a delay on week five! I don’t know why this one took me so long to finish. That’s a lie, I had a meltdown last week and just couldn’t bring myself to do any reading. Kinda hard to read yourself to sleep when you’re busy crying yourself…

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Slaughterhouse Five – Kurt Vonnegut

Week four of this challenge marks the final book of January and a whole month of 2018 being over. To be fair, this month has flown by so I can’t really complain about the dreaded January Blues like I usually would. This week I took a suggestion from a friend (thanks Kelsi!) and tried something…

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The Sun and Her Flowers – Rupi Kaur

For week two of my 2018 book challenge I chose to read another of my Christmas gifts. My middle sister bought me Rupi Kaur’s newest book of poetry: ‘The Sun and her Flowers’. First of all, I think the title is beautiful. I am biased because sunflowers are my favourite flowers, but I knew I…

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Warm Bodies – Isaac Marion

Potential spoilers ahead. Hear me out, seriously. Please don’t judge this book by the film. I’m actually a guilty fan of the film (ft. zombie Nicholas Hoult) but the book is so much deeper than the YA feels of the film. My Canadian bestie lent me her copy of this book because it’s her favourite…

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There But For The (Review/Analysis)

There But For The – Ali Smith (2011)    This blog post may contain spoilers. Let me start by saying, explicitly, that this will probably (definitely) not be an unbiased review. I think the absolute world of Ali Smith and adore pretty much every piece of her writing that I’ve ever stumbled across. This book was…

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