Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak – Blogtober

32327972682_0c6dc7959d_bIt took me months but I finally finished Markus Zusak’s latest novel, Bridge of Clay a while back now. I loved The Book Thief when I read this a few years back so when I heard he was bringing this out, plus doing an event in Manchester I was really excited. We wrote a post on the event here. It was a brilliant time and I’m happy to say I loved this new book. Continue reading

Heartstopper Review – Blogtober

32327972682_0c6dc7959d_bWe read Heartstopper: Volume Two for our August LGBTQ+ Book Club read and I absolutely adored it! I’ve not actually written my own review of either volume and I figured I should because I will shout from the rooftops about how pure and cute and wholesome they are!  Continue reading

The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James (BEDM)

32327972682_0c6dc7959d_bThis is one of many books I’d been meaning to read for a long time, especially since most people I know who’ve read it think it’s amazing and would constantly recommend it (mainly looking at hardcore Lauren James fan, Lois! I love books set in space and this did not disappoint! Continue reading

Kindle Vs Physical

Today I’m feeling brave and want to address the debate that I feel is the most prominent in the reading community. That’s right people, we’re about to discuss the taboo Kindle vs Physical!

The big Kindle Vs Physical debate is one that I’ve not gotten myself in to in the past, because let’s face it, who cares what other people read on? I have many (many many many) physical copies of books personally, and I must admit that nothing beats the smell of a new book and actually holding it in your hand, seeing your progress. However, I also am the owner of a kindle and have to say I enjoy that reading experience as well. There definitely are some perks to each of the reading preferences. So if you’re stuck on whether or not to turn your bookshelf electronic here are some reasons why I think Kindles are actually a great invention!

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