February Wrap Up

I feel like I've just done my January wrap up wtf is going on. This month I received 2 offers from unis and now have an uncomfortable decision to make about where I want to go. I've been to a couple of 6 Nations rugby games, Scotland vs Ireland and Scotland vs Wales and Scotland … Continue reading February Wrap Up

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One by Sarah Crossan

This was my first time with a book that was written in verse and honestly I don't really get it, but this was still a really good read and because it was in verse it was short and impactful. Again like I've said in previous reviews I've tried to make sure my language isn't offensive … Continue reading One by Sarah Crossan

The Cubit Quest by Trevor Leck Blog Tour | Author Spotlight and Review

Summary Twelve-year-old Charlie Watkins could have inherited his dad’s massive intellect. He got his massive feet instead. Perhaps if Charlie had that intellect he might have been able to figure out why so many men in suits were suddenly following him or where his dad hid the Cubit - a mythical object that men have … Continue reading The Cubit Quest by Trevor Leck Blog Tour | Author Spotlight and Review

The Black Prism by Brent Weeks

What an interesting world Brent Weeks has built with this world. I want to read the rest of the series but the books are so big that I just can't hack it right now, but I just want to see what else happens. The Prism, Gavin Guile, finds out he has an illegitimate child which … Continue reading The Black Prism by Brent Weeks

Every Falling Star by Sungju Lee &Susan McClelland

Thank you to netgalley and Amulet Books for sending me a copy of this book. This was a book. An incredible book. And I think you all need to read this and remember that this is the world we live in, this is happening right now in North Korea. This book is a memoir of … Continue reading Every Falling Star by Sungju Lee &Susan McClelland