Manga Classics: The Scarlet Letter (Review)

  Title: Manga Classics: The Scarlet Letter Published by : Udon Entertainment Publication date: March 31st 2015 Stacy King ( Author) (English Dialogue Adaptation), SunNeko Lee (Illustrator), Crystal S. Chan (Story Adaptation), W.T. Francis (Lettering), Nathaniel Hawthorne (Original Story) Source: Received copy from Udon Entertainment through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review   This […]

The Monogram Murders: Review

Title: The Monogram Murders Author: Sophie Hannah, Agatha Christie Published: September 2014 Length:  400 pages Source: Bought My ratings: 7/10   I’ve read a ridiculous amount of crime thrillers/mysteries and the problem I tend to find is that they are not as interactive as I would like. As a reader I would love to be […]

Genre specific blog?

I debated on whether it was necessary to upload this post or not but here it goes! I notice that quite a few book blogs are very specific, maybe they only review YA literature, or romance novels , contemporaries etc. You may have noticed that the latest review I posted was indeed a comic book […]

Paper Girls Vol. 1: Review

Title: Paper Girls Vol. 1 Published by :Image Comics Publication date: April 5th 2016 By Brian K. Vaughan, Cliff Chiang (Illustrator), Matthew Wilson (Illustrator), Jared K. Fletcher (Artist), Matthew Wilson (Artist), Cliff Chiang (Artist) Source: Received copy from publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is about a group of 12 year […]

Me Before You: Mini-Review

Let me start by saying something I haven’t seen mentioned in the reviews for this book, it’s funny. It’s a book where the jokes actually made me laugh, as in out loud (I tried reading this whilst on the bus, I actually think I looked kind of crazy, laughing hysterically at one page and visibly […]

Blood Princess: Review

Title: Blood Princess Author: Rebecca Piercey Published: March 31st 2016 Length:  234 pages Source: Received for review My ratings:5/10 Anyone who reads the blurb of this book would definitely be interested by at least what route this story will take. Whilst just flipping through the pages to get a general structure for the book I […]

March Book Haul

Books I bought: • Bones To Ashes by Kathy Reichs • The Abortionist’s Daughter by Elisabeth Hyde • The Queen’s Fool by Philippa Gregory • Crimson Rooms by Katharine McManon • The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold • Catch Me by Lisa Gardner • Twilight (graphic novel) by Stephenie Meyer and art and adaptation by […]