I’ve been meaning to read Carrie for a long time, and after reading The Mist by Stephen King earlier this year, i wanted to try and improve my view on his writing (i wasn’t the biggest fan). Carrie seemed like a good place to start over for me as i absolutely adore the movie adaptations of this novel. I was hoping for something a little more from the book, and in that aspect i wasn’t disappointed.
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I have never read a Gillian Flynn book before this one. There I said it. I feel like everyone has read a Gillian Flynn book as they are so highly proclaimed, and I’ve actually had Gone Girl sitting on my shelf for some time. However when The Grownup was released back in November 2015 I figured it might be a good place to start with Gillian Flynn as it is only 67 pages after all.
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I picked up Alice and the Fly not to long as a spontaneous purchase. I’ve been trying very hard not to just pick up random books that I’ve not researched in to, because chances are I’ll lose interest very quickly and it would be once big waste of money. But the cover stood out to me and the story sounded interesting so I thought I’d give it a go.
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As soon as My Heart and Other Black Holes was released in the UK I snapped it up! I’d seen it floating around online after the American release and literally could not wait to get my hands on it. However once I bought it I never wanted the excitement to be over so I put off reading it for a few months. Once I entered a reading slump in November I thought this might be the one book that pulls me out of it!
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Sex Criminals is a graphic novel that centres on Suzie and Jon and their ability to stop time after orgasm. After finding each other and coming to terms with the fact they both have this magical ability, they decide to put their power to good use. Rob banks.
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Another Day by David Levithan was probably my most anticipated book of 2015. Whereas I can say that I enjoyed Another Day, it in no way made as big of an impression on me as Every Day did.
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