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Ethical book buying

I have been trying to buy books ethically for years but I recently did a lot of research into the subject and I thought I would share the information that I have found.   The main reason I wanted to look into this topic is because I have heard somany negative things about Amazon and…

Am I Normal Yet? Book Review

Am I Normal Yet? By Holly Bourne ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Am I Normal Yet? is the first book in The Spinster Club series. It follows Evie as she starts at a new college, makes new friends, forms the spinster club and dates a few boys. Evie is also diagnosed with OCD and in her old school shewas…

The Flatshare Review

The Flat Share By Beth O’Leary ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Flat Share follows Tiffy and Leon who share a one bedroom flat even though they have never met before. Tiffy gets the flat at night as she works 9-5 as a editor and Leon gets the flat during the day since he works nights as a nurse.…

Books That Compare To The Handmaid’s Tale

1984 By George Orwell Both Protagonists are beaten down by the totalitarian regime making them willing to do anything in their power to survive. Additionally, the idea of surveillance is very similar. In both books the characters are constantly being watched by the government. In The Handmaids Tale it is the ‘eyes’ that watch over…

Girl, Woman, Other Review

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Normal0 falsefalsefalse EN-GBX-NONEX-NONE Firstly, I have to admit that I went into this book with really lowexpectations because I had heard really mixed opinions. I ended up enjoying itquite a lot once I had gotten used to the writing style and lack of full stops. Girl, Woman, Other…

June Wrap up 2020

I read 8 books in June and I marked 2 more as DNF. This is quite a lot for me and I am really grateful to be able to have LOADS more free time in lockdown. I have also managed to do a lot more reading for myself which has been nice as normally most…

Where The Crawdads Sing Review

Where The Crawdads Sing is set mainly between 1950 and 1970. The book follows Kya who was abandoned by her family at a young age and ever since has survived on her own on the marsh. Kya only went to school for one day but taught herself how to read with the aid of her…


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