Adult Literary Fiction

Books Wrap Ups

February Wrap Up

March 18, 2020
February 2020 Wrap Up

A little bit earlier than my last wrap ups, I'm heading in the right direction! February was quite a good reading month for me, I got to read one of my most anticipated finales and found a new favourite series. Considering it's the shortest month of the year I'm going to take four books and a graphic novel as a win. The second instalment of the Lara Jean…

Books Wrap Ups

July Wrap Up

August 6, 2019

A slightly slower reading month this time. I read a lot, but most of it was manga which I tend to be able to get through in about two hours per volume. I did, however, love what I read which was wonderful. My reading took a hit when I went on holiday and although I planned to read loads (my overly ambitious TBR here) I spent most of…

Books Wrap Ups

June Wrap Up

July 3, 2019
June 2019 Wrap Up

Another amazing reading month! I read even more than May, admittedly there was one book that I really didn't enjoy but the rest were virtually five star reads across the board. I've got a few new favourite books and some new favourite authors now! I'm so sad one of my favourite series has now come to a close. Melinda Salisbury is one of my auto-buy authors. The worlds…

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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

March 28, 2019

Jane Eyre is now one of my favourite books. It's one I'd always wanted to try if only for the accolade of having read it. I didn't think I was going to love it this much. Getting to see Jane grown from child to accomplished woman was such a wonderful narrative experience. She developed so much and really came into her own. It was easy to like her…

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Mary Barton by Elizabeth Gaskell

March 5, 2019

I've read very few Victorian novels, the only one I can recall immediately that I've read is Dracula. I didn't know what to expect with these books but I've been pleasantly surprised so far. Elizabeth Gaskell had always been a name I recognised for North and South, ┬áso when I saw Mary Barton on my reading list I had no expectations for the book. It follows a young…