Page Turner: This Is Going to Hurt

You will never be able to look at a kinder egg the same way ever again after reading this book. Warning you now. Here in Scotland and the rest of the UK we have the National Health Service or as it is more commonly called, the NHS. The NHS is an incredible thing, saving and... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Celeste

One of the downsides to being a PC gamer is sometimes for one reason or another the game you just bought doesn't work with your system. This has happened to me a few times. Celeste originally was one of these games and I am proud to report that it is the first game I was... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Convenience Store Woman

One of the magical things about books is that sometimes they make a bigger impression on you that you can even imagine beforehand. Sometimes they will make you cry inconsolably, sometimes giggle like a school girl or even make you question the very fabric of reality. Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata was one of... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Overlord

Imagine if you could enter a fantasy world as an overpowered skeletal lord. Well, Momonga doesn't have to. Written by Kugane Maruyama, Overlord starts off as a long time player of the MMORPG Yggdrasil stays online on the final day of the game server before it is shut down. However, when the game world ends he finds himself in it... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Disaster Artist

Ever wondered what the hell was going on behind the scenes of The Room? Well, thanks to Greg Sestero (Oh, hi Mark) we now know. The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made is the tell-all book Greg wrote about the catastrophe that was the filming of Tommy Wiseau's movie.... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Howl’s Moving Castle

Before I begin, I just want to say that this ramble is dedicated to my dear friend, Eilidh. Happy Birthday, fellow bookworm! I'm sorry I can't be there to celebrate with you, but I hope you have a wonderful day! Every Monday morning I work a four-hour voluntary shift at my local charity shop, which... Continue Reading →

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