This post is a little shorter than I would like, especially as I didn’t post last week, but life is a little crazy right now. If you’ve been following my Instagram story, you might have seen the state of my living room. I move flats in 3 days and I’ve been prepping for that for… Continue reading Noughts and Crosses – Malorie Blackman|| Book Review
For this post I’ve picked a handful of books that I’m looking forward to reading over these next few months. I absolutely adore spending my summer days outside in the calm, quiet sun and reading a good book whilst listening to my new favourite album. Sadly, I don’t have a holiday booked for this year… Continue reading Summer TBR – Quill Tricks
So it’s currently 7.24 AM, I’m sat in front of my mirror putting makeup on and very aware that I’m likely to be late for work… so let’s make this quick!! I’ve actually gone a couple of months without buying any books (not quite sure how…) so this month I went all out with 6… Continue reading May Book Haul – Quill Tricks
Genre: Young Adult, Realism Rating: ★★★★ I’ve just got in from spending the day with my long term best friend – Inkyspells. We went to uni together and haven’t had a catch-up for a good long while, and inevitably we ended up in a bookshop. Amy always leaves me in a great mood and I always… Continue reading The Rest of Us Just Live Here – Patrick Ness|| Book Review
A review of A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas
Review of Erika Johansen’s ‘The Queen of the Tearling’
After three years in juvie, Angela Davis is now months away from release/ She’ll finally get the hell out of Brunesfield Correctional Facility.
And then Jessica arrives … She’s young – only ten years old – so why did she arrive in shackles under the highest security? And why is she being kept in segregation? No one knows what she did to end up there. But there are plenty or rumours.
Pretty soon strange things start happening to Angela and her friends. Could they be down to Jessica?
This little girl might just be more dangerous than anyone ever expected…