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Review: The Girls by Emma Cline
A stunning debut with influences from the Manson Family. We follow Evie as she looks back at her life and how she became entangled in a commune that wasn't a wholesome as she first thought.
Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite SFF Cover Art
They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but sometimes its impossible not to swoon over them. These are a few of my favourite Science Fiction/Fantasy covers.
April Wrap Up
I'm so proud of how much reading I did this month. I feel like I've finally got my act together when it comes to time management this month. I managed to read nine books/manga/graphic novels, I've been doing a tonne of work on my novel and managing (for the most part) to get my blog post and Instagram pictures up (shameless plug: I'm an0velidea on Instagram.)
Review: False Hearts by Laura Lam
Set in a futuristic San Fransisco, Tila and Taema were conjoined twins now ten years later they have been separated by life saving surgery. A surgery that their old life in an isolated cult would've prevented them getting. They thought they were free of that life and free of the cults charismatic but cruel leader. The past has a funny habit of rearing its ugly head.
Review: L'Oreal Paris Pure Clay Mask
A couple of months ago I spotted these on sale at Boots, being the skincare addict I am I wanted to try them straight away! The Pure Clay range from L'Oreal currently consists of three masks and three washes. In this post I'll give you my thoughts on the masks (the washes are on my to buy list.) For reference I have combination skin with the occasional breakout and dry patch.
Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You Want to Read More From
This weeks T5W is all about authors that you want to read more of or perhaps that you wish would put out more books. It was so difficult to chose just five!
Review: The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon
Samantha Shannon is by far one of my favourite authors so when I got my mitts on an Advanced copy of her latest book The Song Rising much dancing and squealing ensued. Then when I got the chance to meet the lady herself and get my copy signed I voice reached a level I think only dogs could hear... To learn why I loved this book to much carry on reading!