“No justice. No peace.”
Set in England, Run, Riot is a powerful and important read about gentrification, police brutality and young people standing up against the injustices that happen far too frequently while the people higher up are trying to cover them up.
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I’m on a bit of a roll with reading recently, though my brain keeps telling me to just re-read Bookshop Girl by Chloe Coles again. I will probably give in soon because I love that book so much.
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 6th June 2018”
WELCOME TO STARCROSS SANDS – LET THE DREAM BEGIN.
14 year old Dylan dreams of a perfect summer holiday, and perhaps his first kiss, but what he gets thanks to his mums cheap ways, is a £9.50 caravan break where the site mascot is a hamster. Luckily he has his bestfriend Kayla along for the ride…
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Hi everyone, it’s this time of the week again! I’m really loving doing WWW Wednesday posts as I think writing down a reading plan of sorts helps me stick to it.
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 16th May 2018”
Ok, so I have a lot of books (who would’ve guessed?!). Some are impulse or curiosity buys, most are casual purchases I’ll read whenever, and others are ones I really want to read. Let’s talk about those ones, the ones I refuse to go much longer without reading.
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