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Review: Anatomy of a Scandal’ by Sarah Vaughan

Welcome back! I promised a more modern book review, so here we go 🙂 my boyfriend lent me this one, and I really enjoyed it. Despite the central hard-hitting themes, such as sexual abuse, Vaughan managed to navigate the book... Continue Reading →

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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... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Mrs Dalloway’ by Virginia Woolf

I recently read this book on the recommendation of my boyfriend, and my mum has always loved ‘The Hours’ by Michael Cunningham which is based on this classic, so I thought I’d give it a try. I enjoyed ‘Mrs Dalloway’... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ by Emily M. Danforth

Welcome back for another review! I recently read this book after seeing the trailer for the film, which I think is now on Netflix. I might have to check that out soon 🙂 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' is about... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Childhood Classics

Hi again! Welcome back for another book-ish listicle. I recently posted a review of 'Ballet Shoes' by Noel Streatfield- one of my favourite classics as a child- and I thought I would do a post of my 5 favourite classics... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘She Must be Mad’ by Charly Cox

Hi there! I recently read 'She Must be Mad' by Charly Cox, a collection of short prose and poetry all about young women growing up in today's society. Cox is in her early twenties, and so she is very close... Continue Reading →

How far would you go for love?

I recently watched the series 'You', which is exclusive to Netflix, and it got me thinking about this question. How far would you go for love? And not just to get it, but to protect the person you love? I... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The Idiot’ by Elif Batuman

'The Idiot' is about Selin, a young woman starting her first year at Harvard University. She finds herself drawn into new friendships, passionate conversations and complex relations while she struggles to come to terms with who she is, what she... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Ballet Shoes’ by Noel Streatfield

Hi again! I'm back with another classic fiction review! This was one of my favourite books as a child, and I still have a much-loved copy, which I am sure I will continue to re-read. 'Ballet Shoes' is about three... Continue Reading →

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