How do you speak out if you have no rights?
Having withdrawn from the EU, The Party made it so anyone born outside of England faces arrest and deportation. Failing to report an illegal is a crime.
Zara is an illegal, but she’s the only one who knows how Sophie died. Is it worth risking life as she knows it to tell the boy that she loves, the boy who deserves to know the truth?
Continue reading “Review: Night of The Party by Tracey Mathias”
I read 14 books in July and I am here to talk about them!
Continue reading “A Very Late July Wrap Up”
When Suzette (Little) returns home after being sent away for school, things have changed. With guilt for not being there for her brother Lionel (Lion) after his new diagnosis of Bipolar 2, and being nervous about confronting her bisexuality, she has to learn to come to terms with life as it now is.
Continue reading “Review: Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert”
What are you currently reading?
The Survivor by Sean Slater. Currently not very far in so I haven’t formed an opinion yet!
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 11th July 2018”
When Wendy was six, her mother tried to kill her because she was convinced that Wendy wasn’t her child. Eleven years later, a guy named Finn comes along to tell her that she is infact a Changeling and that she has duties in a world of magic to tend to. Where will this lead and will Wendy find the required confidence to be in charge?
Warning: because this is a review of the whole trilogy, there may be potential spoilers, though I will try to avoid them.
Continue reading “Review: Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking”
I don’t usually make a monthly TBR, I tend to just go with the flow. But, since making a bookstagram I’ve seen so many people posting theirs and it inspired me! So here’s what I plan on reading this month.
Continue reading “July TBR”