Page Turner: A Closed and Common Orbit

In space, sometimes you find a new life. A Closed and Common Orbit is a SciFi book written by Becky Chambers and is the sequel of The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet. If you read my review of that book, you would know that I loved it. So I had high expectations for the follow-up. By... Continue Reading →

Summer Reading List 2020

It looks like we might have to spend the summer at home this year. While not ideal, at least we have books to transport us to new worlds. Well, being truthful, chances are I was going to sit around reading in the sun anyway. Now I just have a better excuse. A Closed and Common... Continue Reading →

Isolation Book Club: May

Another month in quarantine means another month filled with reading. At least in my case. So far, I have read 11 books during this quarantine, bringing the total to 18. I think I might have to raise my GoodReads Reading Challange at this rate. I try to read outside when the weather is nice, recently... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Five

As someone who is fascinated by true crime, I thought I knew everything about the Jack the Ripper case, or at least everything we knew about it. Yet if you asked me about the victims, all I could tell you were their names, where the bodies were found and the "fact" they were all prostitutes.... Continue Reading →

Isolation Book Club: April

Stealing the title from the Reading Glasses podcast, you guys should check them out, they are brilliant. One of the few perks of this quarantine is us bookworms finally have time to crack on with that seemingly infinite to be read list. So if I thought a book wasn't really worth its own Page Turner... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Neverwhere

I have a bookworm confession, until recently I had only read one and a half Neil Gaiman books. I say one and a half as the books in question were The Graveyard Book (one of my favourite books when I was a teen) and Good Omens, the latter was written in collaboration with the late... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Watership Down

I don't know about you, but I was not planning on spending my Easter Holiday in quarantine. But here we are. Regardless, I hope you are having a lovely Easter Sunday. Watership Down, the film that scarred a thousand childhoods. If you haven't seen it before, or haven't in a while, you should it watch... Continue Reading →

YA or Nay?

When I was trying to get back into reading more often one piece of advice kept popping up, read YA fiction. I read my fair share of young adult fiction when I was a teen like Hunger Games, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and Paper Towns to name some of my favourites from back... Continue Reading →

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