book, fantasy, review

Review: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

In 2020 I tried Mark Lawrence's first trilogy, following a psychotic young man as he tries to reclaim his throne. Or at least that is what I think the plot was, because the book really didn't work for me. I was determined to love Red Sister, and the glowing reviews all over Goodreads indicated that I had a good chance.

book, contemporary, literary, review

Review: The Little Friend by Donna Tartt

August 2020 was not going well for me in terms of reading - I'd lost steam about 10 days into the month and never managed to make it back. For a last ditch effort to regain some enthusiasm I decided to read whatever my heart desired and abandon my tbr. I wanted something dark like… Continue reading Review: The Little Friend by Donna Tartt


September TBR: far too ambitious

At the beginning of 2020 I set my goodreads goal to 100 books for the second time, determined I was going to make it this year! In 2019 I made it to an impressive 82 books (my most successful reading year ever) and I would like to hit 100 at least once. Well, as an… Continue reading September TBR: far too ambitious

anticipated releases

Anticipated Releases: Autumn 2020

The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes ya, thriller, debut author Avery Grambs is suddenly and unexpectedly willed the entire fortune of billionaire Tobias Hawthrone, but she has no idea who he is. She moves into the Hawthorne family home, surrounded by the family who were just passed over for inheritance. This book is being… Continue reading Anticipated Releases: Autumn 2020

read-eh-thon, readathon, tbr, tome topple

August TBR: Read-eh-thon and Tome Topple

August had a lot going on for it in 2020. I am still renovating my flat while working from home and work has ramped up a lot over lockdown. So obviously I'm going to put sixteen books on my tbr. I am laser focused on reading as many of my physical books as I can… Continue reading August TBR: Read-eh-thon and Tome Topple