Top Kindle Highlights of 2018 – Part One (Blogmas #15)

Hello everyone, It is only six days until Christmas, and I  hope you are all having an excellent week! Today I would like to share some of my favourite quotes that I came across in the books I have read on my Kindle in 2018. There are a fair few, so I have decided to … Continue reading Top Kindle Highlights of 2018 – Part One (Blogmas #15)

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Five Memorable Endings I Read In 2018 (Blogmas #14)

Hello everyone, For me, the ending is one of the most important parts of a book. It helps form my lasting impression of a book and it should fit well with everything that has happened already. Today I have picked out five books I read in 2018 that all contained memorable endings, which felt ideal … Continue reading Five Memorable Endings I Read In 2018 (Blogmas #14)

Book Review – The House At The Edge Of The World by Julia Rochester

Pages: 260 Published: 4th June 2015 Started reading: December 6 Finished reading: December 12 Trigger warnings: Suicide, drug use Synopsis John Venton's drunken fall from a Devon cliff leaves his family with an embarrassing ghost. His twin children, Morwenna and Corwin, flee in separate directions to take up their adult lives. Their mother, enraged by years of unhappy marriage, … Continue reading Book Review – The House At The Edge Of The World by Julia Rochester

Top 5 Character-Driven Books Read in 2018 (Blogmas #8)

Hello everyone, With so little time remaining in 2018, I have decided to write a series of posts about my year in reading! I never expected to read and review so many books this year, but I have ended up taking in a huge range of plot devices, writing styles, and interesting characters. And characters … Continue reading Top 5 Character-Driven Books Read in 2018 (Blogmas #8)

Book Review – Lying About Last Summer by Sue Wallman

Pages: 272 Published: 5th May 2016 Started reading: December 1 Finished reading: December 3 Synopsis Skye is looking for an escape from the reality of last summer when her sister died in a tragic accident. Her parents think that a camp for troubled teenagers might help her process her grief. All of the kids at the summer camp have … Continue reading Book Review – Lying About Last Summer by Sue Wallman