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Six 2017 releases to get excited about

We've had Caraval by Stephanie Garber, Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth and Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken (the much-anticipated sequel to Passenger ) already this year so it's definitely set to be an interesting one for the YA genre and for reading in general. That being said if you spent all your bookish excitement on last years Harry Potter new releases … Continue reading Six 2017 releases to get excited about

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In Cold Blood by Truman Capote: Review

Something a bit different today, my first encounter with the 'true-crime' genre. I read this one as the result of a conversation I had with a lecturer about Harper Lee and Truman Capote's relationship with one another and the pair have fascinated me ever since.  Title: In Cold Blood Author: Truman Capote Date published: January 1966 Pages:  Goodreads summary: On … Continue reading In Cold Blood by Truman Capote: Review

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What to do after finishing ‘Allegiant’ *Spoilers throughout*

Okay, I’m a little (very) late on the bandwagon with this one. However, having finished Veronica Roth’s third addition to the Divergent trilogy I DID NOT expect to be googling “What to do after finishing Allegiant” and crying snotty tears into my Lady and the Tramp pyjamas at four in the morning hoping that the … Continue reading What to do after finishing ‘Allegiant’ *Spoilers throughout*

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Books on the move: 5 tools for managing bookish cravings whilst travelling

If you're like me and suffer the constant struggle between reading and exploring, or are considering the latter and worrying about the former there's a few logistical obstacles you may need to overcome. Thankfully, in the age of technology, it is doable. In fact, it's almost easy now, as long as you know the basics.  I've … Continue reading Books on the move: 5 tools for managing bookish cravings whilst travelling