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October Wrap Up

December 11, 2019
October Wrap Up

I promise that come May my Wrap Up's will be on time! That's when I finish my final year of uni. Scary to think it's not all that long off. Anyway, here's my October Wrap Up. I certainly read an awful lot this month and it was so diverse. From Shakespeare to picture books. I loved a lot of what I read...others not so much. November wasn't a…

Books Reviews Young Adult Fiction

Winter by Marissa Meyer

November 6, 2019
Winter by Marissa Meyer

What a finale. I absolutely adored this book and I'm so sad that this series has come to an end now. I'm always apprehensive going into final books simply because I'm filled with questions on how everything is supposed to come to a close. There are always so many plot points that need to be finished off. After Cress, I was full of dread. I was so scared…

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Cress by Marissa Meyer

October 30, 2019
Cress by Marissa Meyer

Each book in this series just gets better and better. In this instalment, we were introduced properly to Cress, the Rapunzel of the series. She's a shell trapped on a satellite near Luna that acts as their digital spy hacking into things and camouflaging ships. She's incredibly sweet but also very resourceful and although she feels fear very intensely she always manages to battle it. Her interactions with…

Books Wrap Ups

September Wrap Up

October 27, 2019
September Wrap Up

Posting a September Wrap up at the end of October? What could be more on-brand for me during the academic year? I'll be honest third year is so tough, the self-discipline needed to write a dissertation is insane and my blog has definitely suffered as a result. I've read so much and got so much content to make but it feels like no time to do it. I…

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Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

October 9, 2019
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

The second book of the Lunar Chronicles might be my favourite, so far anyway. Scarlet was the reason I picked up this series as I planned to use it for my dissertation with it containing Red Riding Hood themes and similarities. The bonus was I absolutely loved the book. Just as Cinder was a multiple POV book so too is Scarlet. As well as Cinder and Kai's perspective…