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June Wrap Up

September 3, 2020
June Wrap Up 2020

I do see that the month now reads Septemeber on the calendar but let's move past that, okay? Wonderful. June (all those many months ago) was an average reading month in quantity but fantastic for quality. I read outside of my comfort zone, found a new favourite author and finally completed a series that I've been reading since 2010. Despite the fact that it's a while ago I'm…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

Lumberjanes Volume Five

August 5, 2020
Lumberjanes Volume Five

Each volume of this series is full of fun and whimsy. It's especially when the volume includes mermaids. What could be more magical and whimsical than mermaids I hear you ask...mermaids that have a battle of the bands underwater! I loved the plot of this volume. Whilst there are different topics and problems brought up in each volume, but friendship is constant throughout. Its importance is emphasised, how…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

Giant Days Volume Three

July 27, 2020
Giant Days Volume Three

This is one of my favourite graphic novel series for so many reasons, mainly because it's so hard to find any form of fiction that takes place at University. It's something I bring up a lot as to my knowledge I've only ever found this series, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and Frat Girl by Kiley Roache. I imagine there are a lot more but I still think it's…

Books Read-a-thon Wrap Ups

OWLs Wrap up

May 2, 2020
OWLs Wrap Up

When it came to fathoming out how to do the April's books read post I wasn't entirely sure what to do. It turns out I read an awful lot this past month. Possibly has something to do with the fact that we're on lockdown so silver linings and all that I guess. This will feature all the books I read for the OWLs because yes, I did read…

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Fence Volume One

April 9, 2020
Fence Volume One

I picked this up after seeing it Chloe from bookswithchloe rave about it. I've ended up with so many books based on her recommendations and I haven't been disappointed yet. Fence follows Nicholas, the illegitimate son of a former fencing champion. He's determined to compete, not to follow in his father's footsteps, but rather to prove that he's as good without having had any help from his father.…