Ah ha! Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this, the premier episode of my brand new series: Book reviews with Alan Partridge! Yeah, I know, that was a terrible impression. I apologise. I love anything that screams British humour and Alan has always done that. He’s rude, he’s offensive to just about everybody and he… Continue reading Book Review: Alan Partridge, Nomad
Sorry folks, I’m stepping down my review schedule. As I would hope you are aware, to review books, you have to read them. I was reviewing books once a week because I had a backlog of books to write about. Every time I read a book I take notes so I can reference them and… Continue reading The 3 R’s: Reading, Rambling and Reviewing
…like no on ever was. Hi guys, sorry I’ve been a bit quiet recently, there’s a mild reading slump going on, which shouldn’t affect my ability to write about books I’ve already read, but the last 2 on the list are books I couldn’t finish. Not finishing them is making me A) not want to… Continue reading I Wanna Be The Very Best…
I feel like I spend so much time talking about books and reading books and generally acquiring books that I should do a haul post at some point. The problem is that I have been on a self imposed book buying ban for months now, while I attempt to get to the bottom of my… Continue reading May TBR!
“Make way for the Raven King!” It’s here guys. It’s now. It’s happening! The final book in the Raven Cycle series has been released and it is glorious. *Mild spoiler alert. I mean, it’s nothing the author hasn’t already said, but just in case, I’m warning you now.* “For years Gansey has been on a… Continue reading Book Review: The Raven King – Maggie Stiefvater
Book two of the ‘Jemmer wants to read something other than YA Fantasy’ saga! The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra by Vaseem Khan. The blurb: “On the day he retires, Inspector Ashwin Chopra discovers that he has inherited an elephant: an unlikely gift that could not be more inconvenient. For Chopra has one last case to… Continue reading Book Review – The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra
Ok, So I seriously doubt anyone will care that I’m about to miss a book, but I just finished reading The Death Cure by james Dashner and OMG! asdfghjkl. Having survived the Maze and the Scorch our intrepid heroes are told the Trials are finally over,that a cure is just around the corner and everything… Continue reading Emotional Rollercoaster