Book Review: Who Thought This Was a Good Idea? By Alyssa Mastromonaco [Audiobook]

A brilliantly narrated audiobook for when you want to pretend you have a big sister/best friend who worked in the White House.


Review: Make Gentle the Life of this World: The vision of Robert F. Kennedy

Throughout the 1960s, Robert F. Kennedy kept a private journal of favourite quotations, recording the philosophies of great leaders and thinkers throughout history. Thirty years after his father's tragic death, Maxwell Taylor Kennedy has culled the highlights of this journal, along with inspiring portions of Robert Kennedy's most memorable speeches, to create a passionate, immortal voice for... Continue Reading →

Book Review: blindsighted – Karin Slaughter

Title: blindsighted. Author: Karin Slaughter. Edition: Arrow Books, 2011.   ‘The sleepy town of Heartsdale, Georgia, is jolted into panic when Sara Linton, paediatrician and medical examiner, finds Sibyl Adams dead in the local diner. As well as being viciously raped, Sibyl has been cut: two deep knife wounds form a lethal cross over her... Continue Reading →

Book update!

I have new books to read and review! And this makes me happy! Hopefully this will mean this blog will be updated a lot more, depending on my university work of course (but I'm pretty sure that if I did less procrastinating it could work). The new books I have recently purchased and be given are... Continue Reading →

Unsaid Things- Our Story – Review

Books about musical acts come about fairly often these days. For example, my step sister received a One Direction book for her birthday and I’m pretty certain Little Mix have a book out soon. But Unsaid Things is different. A quick glance through the One Direction book and I’m confronted by lots of glossy photos... Continue Reading →

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