I haven’t posted in a while, but I backkkkkk. I haven’t really been feeling like myself but this book was wonderful nonetheless. Sixteen-year-old Starr lives in two worlds: the poor neighbourhood where she was born and raised and her posh high school in the suburbs. The uneasy balance between them is shattered when Starr is … Continue reading The Hate U Give Review!
My father messaged me today for the first time in a while. Since Easter we’ve spoken about three times and I feel so distant from him. I went from living with him to speaking to him three times in three months. How did we even get to this point? Oh yeah, he moved to fricking Cornwall. … Continue reading Changing.
So we’re halfway through 2017 and if I’m honest, I’ve read a lot more books than I usually would by this time in a year mainly bc I was sick in January and read about 4 books in a week and since have just been reading books faster. Anyway. So most of these will be … Continue reading 5 Book Recommendations From 2017 (So Far!)
Hellooo there, and happy Tuesday! It honestly feels like I haven’t done one of these posts in forever where I combine wrap-ups and TBR thingies. At one point I really didn’t like the idea of TBR posts, but now I think, “awww I miss themmm!” so, here I am. Posts In May: I feel like … Continue reading May Wrap-Up | June TBR!
Hello people of wherever you come from. *brain shuts down* *cries for a thousand years* *but is also so frigging happy* I finished this book about two hours ago, and I spent three hours finishing this book and crying the entire time. I was sobbing so damn much, I had about a billion zillion tissues … Continue reading ACOWAR Review!
The thing about being naive is that you don't fully realise it until it's midnight and you're crying your fucking eyes out like a pathetic excuse of a human. Well done, you've successfully tricked yourself into thinking jolly things for once and now feel like your heart is about to be broken. And you think … Continue reading The Thing About Being Naïve.
I have a problem with books... but we all knew that already. The Upside of Unrequited is a contemporary, and I know, I don’t read many as fantasy has low-key taken over my life. Howeverrrrrr, Becky Albertalli is so hyped and I’d heard loads of things about her new book so I thought,, why not? … Continue reading The Upside of Unrequited Review.