So my birthday was yesterday. Ninth of August. It would always feel so far away on the 1st of January. Since I've now turned 22, January to August went in a flash. Especially since I'm now on my second job within the space of about 5 months, this time a Permanent Role. As you can … Continue reading How is it August already?
So, this is one of the first books that I have read for the Banging Book Club, even though it is the February Book. There is a reason for this and its because I have the January Book at my father's house which I will be visiting at the end of this week. Anyhow onto … Continue reading Book 3: Nina Is Not Okay by Shappi Khorsandi
The second book in the saga, so spoilers are most likely to be revealed . I reviewed the first instalment Dorothy Must Die while on holiday in Greece. As I am one of those people who likes to own an entire series in one form. Dorothy Must Die is on my Kindle, the fact that … Continue reading Book 2: The Wicked Will Rise by Danielle Paige
The only real reason I decided to read this book is because I bulk bought John Green books when I was about 17/18. Turns out, I've outgrown his books. How little I have to say about this indicates how bad it was, I just have no words for the disappointment felt. The type of language … Continue reading Book 1: An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
I can say that I am severely disappointed in myself for failing this challenge. So much so that I didn't even get half way. There are thing that happened which made me too tired to think about picking up a book. I was in a really stressful job and have since left with no back … Continue reading Welcome to 2017
This one one of those books you read the blurb and think "Oh this could be alright" And it was. It was alright, a fast read once you've gripped the premise of woman in denial, magic phone that rings the past. Not going to lie, this was read a while ago and I've only just … Continue reading Book 21: Landline
The only book so far in my challenge that isn't owned by me! A good friend lent it to me, and holy jesus it was a such a good decision to read this book. Yes I did jump on the bandwagon but that bandwagon is fully deserved. Following the protagonist Rachel Watson, you begin the … Continue reading Book 20: The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins