Review: ‘Red Queen’ by Victoria Aveyard

My, oh my! I was not prepared for how much I was going to love this book. I keep trying to run away from young adult fiction and move on to ‘bigger things’ but this book is the perfect example of why I will forever completely, shamelessly and unapologetically love this genre! Continue reading Review: ‘Red Queen’ by Victoria Aveyard

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Review: ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’ by M. R. Carey

Thrilling, gripping, enticing; this book is nothing like anything I usually read and yet I was hooked from the very first page. Continue reading Review: ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’ by M. R. Carey

Review: ‘Esther’ by Rebecca Kanner

In a time in history where women are not only viewed as second-rate citizens but as the property of their fathers, brothers and husbands, Esther proves strength is much more than a physical concept and that one woman can change the world even when that world views her as irrelevant. 

“Who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?”

Esther 4:14

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Why Planning is Overrated!

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”

~ Benjamin Franklin.

We’ve all heard this quote at some point in our lives, whether from a family member, teacher or random passer-by. It hasn’t been remembered the last 300 years for no reason and far be it for me to disagree with Benjamin Franklin but there are some definite flaws in this statement. Continue reading Why Planning is Overrated!

Review: ‘Girl Underwater’ by Claire Kells

I read this book entirely in one sitting, which, I’ll admit, doesn’t say much as I do that a lot but, trust me, this book is that good! It’s full of adventure, complicated relationships, struggle and heartache. It keeps you interested from beginning to end! Continue reading Review: ‘Girl Underwater’ by Claire Kells