My Favourite Books of 2017

My Favourite Books of 2017

I have a confession to make. I didn’t want to write this post for 2017. The only reason I am doing it is because I don’t want to break my four year streak. I really haven’t read a huge amount this year, mostly because I’ve been busy or tired (sometimes both!). But over the last […]

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4 Times The Adaptation Was Better Than The Book

On the internet you find a lot of people who claim that the book is better than the movie/ tv show/ whatever. In some cases they say that the book will always be better no matter how good the adaptation is. In my experience this isn’t always true. So today I’m going to share 5 […]

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Beauty and the Beast | Illustrated MinaLima Classic

So remember back in August I wrote about the MinaLima editions of Peter Pan and Jungle Book, at the time I said I would literally buy every book MinaLima released. Well two days ago I found out MinaLima had released a new edition of The Beauty and the Beast (I presume to go along with the movie), […]

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Luna: Wolf Moon by Ian McDonald

The Luna series is set in a futuristic version of our own world where Dragons; powerful dynastic corporate families have set up on the Moon, mining and producing chemicals and equipment which is sent back to Earth. The story starts out in Luna: New Moon which introduces us to the Corta family and their helium […]

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Am I Pretending To Be A Book Blogger?

A week ago I was in a Waterstones and came across a copy of The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon. This is not particularly surprising because it was close to the release date. But when I saw that book last week, it was on a shelf 5 days before the official release. Normally during occasions […]

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Paper and Fire by Rachel Caine

Rating: 3 / 5 stars Format: ebook Published: 1st July 2016 Book Depository | Goodreads With an iron fist, the Great Library ruthlessly controls the knowledge of the world, forbidding the personal ownership of books in the name of the greater good. Jess Brightwell has survived his introduction to the sinister, seductive world of the Library, but […]

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