When it comes to the spooky season, we all have our favourite fictional creatures, genres and stories. I’m one for witches whether inherently magical, or misunderstood and unfairly persecuted, and every time I come across a book that centres around them, I have to own it. The only problem is, and it’s not new, isContinue reading “Witchy Reads on my TBR”
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Birthday Book Haul
It was my birthday earlier this week, which ended up not being the greatest day for a couple of reasons, but I did receive some books from my wishlist courtesy of my sister and some Twitter people which was really nice and cheered me up for a little bit.
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books: Seize The Day
I don’t know about you but I certainly have a selection of songs that have helped me to not completely give in to the spiralling nature of the pandemic: Trip a Little Light Fantastic from Mary Poppins Returns, Try Everything from Zootopia/Zootropolis, One Day More from Les Miserables, and Seize The Day from Newsies. InContinue reading “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books: Seize The Day”
Blogmas Day 25: Five Favourite and Standout Books of 2020
It is the last day of Blogmas and if there any post I would want to wrap it up, it is my favourite books of 2020. I have a lot of books I’ve enjoyed reading but there are five books in particular that have really stood out to be the best books of the year.
“I can’t decide how I feel about these books” Mini Reviews.
Wow, what a wordy title. It is however the perfect description for the three books I want to talk about in this post because they do leave me with conflicted feelings. They are books I read in June that I hoped would be fast-paced, and deliver on hype surrounding them. Yeah…maybe not.
Review: The Familiars
Stats: Title – The FamiliarsAuthor – Stacey HallsGenre – Adult Historical FictionFormat – HardbackStyle – ProseStandalone/series – StandalonePage count – 416 pagesDate of Publication – 7th February 2019 Warning – there is the possibility of minor spoilers regarding the history of The Pendle Witch Trials.
The Price Guide to the Occult
Statistics Title – The Price Guide to the Occult Author – Leslye Walton Series/Standalone – Standalone Genre – YA Fantasy Date of Publication – 6th September 2018 (UK)/13th March 2018 (US) Number of Pages – 288