Review: ‘Sweet Bird of Youth’ by Tennessee Williams

Welcome back for another review 🙂 A while back I reviewed 'A Streetcar Named Desire' by Tennessee Williams, and it was really well received so I thought I'd review another of Williams' work- this time a copy bought for me by my sister! 'Sweet Bird of Youth' is an intriguing and complex tale of Chance... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’ by Muriel Spark

  Welcome back to another review! My mum has been wanting me to read this for ages, as it's one of her favourites, and seeing as it's so short, I decided to give it a go. I know it's another classic- I promise more modern book reviews soon 🙂 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie'... Continue Reading →

You SHOULD Read Classic Novels

Hi again, welcome back! Today I’d like to open up the discussion as to whether you “should” read classics. Many people argue that we should be reading classic novels which hold a particular significance for a time in history, or which have been instrumental in influencing modern works of fiction in their plot devices and... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Persuasion’ by Jane Austen

Hello again! I've just finished reading the brilliant 'Persuasion' by Jane Austen, and I thought it was about time for another classic literature review, as this blog is about books from all genres! I started reading this book because I haven't read many Austen books, and I wanted to read another one! Recently, it was... Continue Reading →

Worth it Wednesday #2

Hi again! I've surprised myself by doing this post again, as I don't really read many 'hyped' books but I enjoyed it so much last week that I had to give it another go! This weekly post was created by Sean@kingdombookblog and the rules are, write about a book that has received lots of hype... Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Classics

Hi there! How is everyone? I always find it hard to pinpoint my favourite genre- I love them all: romance, real-life, fantasy, historical- and I also love to read classics. I'm not one of those people who reads classics because they're classics- in my opinion classics are still the same as any other book and, just... Continue Reading →

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