Hello! Over the next 3 Wednesdays, I'm going to wrap up my reading from last year: Middle grade books - posted last Wednesday Graphic novels - coming next Wednesday YA books I may share my favourite books; I may share the ones that surprised me; I may share my stats. I haven't quite decided... but … Continue reading Wednesday Wrap Up #2 – Young Adult!
Good morning! Thanks for stopping by today! Today, I’m doing something a little unusual… I’m dedicating a blog post to a whole series. A WHOLE SERIES that I utterly adored! This is one of the best series I think I’ve read in recent times – each of them proper had me hooked and I had … Continue reading Series review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder
The Society for Soulless Girls: dark, captivating and atmospheric! Ten years ago, four students lost their lives in the infamous North Tower murders at the elite Carvell College of Arts, forcing Carvell to close its doors. Now Carvell is reopening, and fearless student Lottie is determined to find out what really happened. But when her … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Laura Steven
Her Dark Wings: devilishly brilliant... you'd be a fool to miss it! The great love of Corey’s life has always been her best friend, Bree: closer than sisters, their bond is unbreakable. Or so Corey believes, until Bree betrays her, and Corey’s world is shattered. Corey finds herself heartbroken, furious and alone...Only to discover that … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Melinda Salisbury
Good morning Just like my graphic novel post yesterday, I am finally catching up on some young adult (YA) books that I've read this year... and you're in for a treat with this trio! Check out my reviews below! *** When teen reality star Anton Frazer unveils his latest stunt - a live-streamed, citywide game … Continue reading Mini reviews: the YA ones!
Musical Truth: just blew me away Lord Kitchener, Neneh Cherry, Smiley Culture, Stormzy . . . Groundbreaking musicians whose songs have changed the world. But how? This exhilarating playlist tracks some of the key shifts in modern British history, and explores the emotional impact of 28 songs and the artists who performed them. This book … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Jeffrey Boakye
Morning guys! I’m here with another edition of my mini reviews… today’s edition is a special edition edition because I’ve got a handful of YA books that I thought I’d share some quick reviews of! I got to read some brilliant YA books during Viperthon and I need to shout about them from the heavens! … Continue reading Mini reviews: the one with the YA books
Hello, my name is Steph and I am UTTERLY OBSESSED with the 'Isles of Storm and Sorrow' series. I was incredibly lucky to read this early on Netgalley and I am just now able to put my thoughts into SOME FORM OF sentences (which are worth reading). Vulture: an incredible ending to a series that … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Bex Hogan
The amazing squirrels of Barrington Stoke sent me some amazing books recently and during half term I sat and devoured all of them! I thought now was a perfect time to share my mini reviews of the YA/older titles that I read! (If you're interested in the titles for younger children/middle grade, check out this … Continue reading Barrington Stoke mini reviews: the YA edition
Good morning everyone! Today is my stop on The Broken Raven blog tour. Check out my review today! "Agatha and Jaime have rescued their clan and returned home to Skye as heroes. But when Agatha uncovers a threat to their people, she unwittingly releases a terrible power that could kill every living thing on the … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Joseph Elliott