Mel Darbon is a YA author whose books everyone needs to read. Both of her books are heart-breaking, heart-warming, real and truly extraordinary. After reading her first published novel Rosie Loves Jack back in 2018, I knew I had to pick up What the World Doesn’t See. It completely exceeded all of my expectations and I cannot recommend it enough.
Tag: Book review
I am always intrigued by what other people are reading, watching and listening to. I find it is an excellent way to get recommendations and get to know people too. So, I started doing the 'Currently I'm...' posts to share my current reads, watches and what I'm listening to with other people who are just as curious as I am. Here is what I am currently reading, watching and listening to.
What’s On My Netgalley TBR?
I have no self-control when it comes to request books on Netgalley. I can't help myself from request all the amazing books available on there. So, I started writing some what's on my Netgalley TBR posts to see what is on my TBR and hold me accountable when I have not read them on time. Here are the books on my Netgalley shelf / TBR at the moment!
The Headmaster’s List – Melissa de la Cruz
One of them was driving. One of them was high. One of them screamed. And one of them died. When fifteen-year-old Chris Moore is tragically killed in a car crash, Argyle Prep is full of questions. Who was at the wheel? And more importantly, who was at fault?
Book Adaptation Tag
I've been watching a lot of book adaptations recently and loving so many of them. So, it got me thinking about if there was a book tag based on book adaptations out there and there is! I found this one on Book Loving Nut and I'm excited to do this one. Here is the book adaptations tag
Happyhead – Josh Silver
I am always on the lookout for a new dystopian novel to dive into. So, when I saw Happyhead floating around on Twitter with people saying it was Squid Games meets They Both Die at the End, I knew it was a book I had to read. It well and truly lived up to my expectations and was extraordinary! It is certainly one to pick up if you are a dystopian fan.
What Happened in February?
February has absolutely flown by. I feel like I blinked and the month was over. I've done a lot this month from non-stop wedding planning to days out with friends and family and a whole bunch more. Here is what happened in February!
What I Read in February!
Why is it that January goes so slowly and then February pass in the blink of an eye! It is ridiculous. I've read 9 books throughout February from a variety of genres and I've loved some more than others. So, I'm back with another post what I've read this month. In this post you will find a bunch of mini reviews for the books I've read in February. Here they are!
Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi – Quote
A little while ago, I finished reading Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi and loved it. It is such a stunning story that really makes you think about your life. It is packed full of beautiful quotes, so, I wanted to do what I normally do with a book that I enjoy, which is pick a quote from it and get designing.
Five Survive – Holly Jackson
Eighteen year old Red and her friends are on a road trip in an RV, heading to the beach for Spring Break. It’s a long drive but spirits are high. Until the RV breaks down in the middle of nowhere. There’s no mobile phone reception and nobody around to help. And as the wheels are shot out, one by one, the friends realise that this is no accident. There’s a sniper out there in the dark watching them and he knows exactly who they are. One of the group has a secret that the sniper is willing to kill for.