Category Archives: mini-review

What I read in June and July 2017

I’m going to do two months in one wrap up because I really only read one book in June. June and July were not great reading months. They were the months of moving house. New flat to set up, old … Continue reading

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May Wrap Up…belated.

I know June’s already two weeks old and I’m late with this – but better late than never, right? Right! Okay so, let’s wrap up last month’s reading, shall we? Let’s also keep using worn-out uncool proverbs! Like this one: … Continue reading

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Review: Ross Welford – Time Travelling with a Hamster

Time Travelling with a Hamster by Ross Welford 4 out of 5 stars Ross Welford has written a really wonderful time travel story for kids! This is the story Albert Chaudhury who on his twelfth birthday gets a letter from his deceased father telling … Continue reading

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Mini-Review: Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing-Eye

Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing-Eye by Tania Del Rio and Will Staehle 4 out of 5 stars A creepy old Grand Hotel. Check. Witches and magic. Check. Monsters in the cellar. Check. Secret hidden heirlooms. Check. Tim-Burtonesque illustrations and plot. Double-check. This book really … Continue reading

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Mini Review: Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra

Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra 3 out of 5 Just a really quick review. Going into this all I wanted was a quick read in between books. Something scandalous and a bit soapy. I was hoping for lots of ballet and drama! … Continue reading

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Top 5 Wednesday – Top Books dealing with Mental Health/Illness

In no particular order… although the book that impressed me the most when I first read it was Girl, Interrupted. It made me think about mental illness and and how there have always been illnesses that are categorized as “male” … Continue reading

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What I read in July

I’ve read a total of four books last month. Here it goes. I started July on the same note I ended June. With the Tearling Trilogy by Erika Johansen. The Invasion of the Tearling is, unfortunately, not as awesome as the … Continue reading

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