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A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara // Book Review

Attempting to find the words to succinctly explain how much I adore this book has been like trying to capture a tornado within a fishing net. I read this book back in July and have been combing through my thoughts... Continue Reading →

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Grow Up by Ben Brooks // Book Review

This book received 3 stars on good reads.  Warning - Non Specific Spoilers ahead Grow up’s depiction of teenage life in Britain was amusing, suitably crude and relatable - as a British teen myself, I felt I understood the frenzy... Continue Reading →

Strange Weather in Tokyo by Hiromi Kawakami // Book Discussion 

I gave this book 3 stars on goodreads. Warning - Non-specific spoilers ahead Strange Weather in Tokyo offers a quiet insight into a women dealing with depression and the conflict of love seeping back into her life. The narrative methodically... Continue Reading →

I’m a coward.

Hello. My nose is blushing pink and air can't filter through. Its a blocked road with men frantically hammering away, trying to make things smooth again. So, I'm ill. I've got lots of college work to be getting on with... Continue Reading →

A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas // Book Review 

As of late, the books I have wanted to read have been far from my comfortable bubble of YA. I've gone from Cassandra Clare to Du Maurier... and it's a transition I couldn't be more enthused for. I took a... Continue Reading →

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur // Poetry Review

Long time no review! I'm really sorry for neglecting the blog for the last two months, however reading has been on the back burner in my haste to revise for my exams, which are under two weeks away! Here's a... Continue Reading →

Book Blogger Confessions tag 

Here's something a little different!  I teamed up with ReadbyRebecca to do the Book Blogger Confessions tag, which I found via The Book Loving Nut on blog spot. Make sure to check out Rebecca's blog, she's lovely.  To complete this tag... Continue Reading →

The Host by Stephenie Meyer // Book Review

Hey everyone! This is a discussion on The Host by Stephenie Meyer. I'm giving the Ruby Red trilogy a break, before I dive into the last book, so I'm not sure when I'll be uploading an Emerald Green review. I... Continue Reading →

being something spectacular

livid speckled splotches are cluttering the skin on my back. I am a lump of limbs dangling from the twist of my duvet arms sprawled across the carpet, naked body pebbled like the wobbly skin dangling from a turkey’s throat... Continue Reading →

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