• The End of an Era | The Princess Diaries: Royal Wedding by Meg Cabot

    19 October, 2015

    I can’t believe I got to read this book. When I finished reading The Princess Diaries series OVER THREE YEARS AGO, I never imagined I’d be reading about Adult Mia’s life. It was all my dreams come true when I found out there would be a new Princess Diaries book!!! The Princess Diaries series was the…

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  • A Love Letter to Landline

    28 July, 2014

    Dear Landline, Landline, Landline, Landline… How much more can I possibly love you? After loving Rainbow Rowell’s previous books so, so much, you were the book I was most excited, but also the most nervous, to read. How could you possibly live up to my extremely high expectations? I don’t know, but you did. You…

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  • REVIEW: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

    9 June, 2014

    A Game of Thrones and the A Song of Ice and Fire series are books I’ve known about for a long time, but have been very reluctant to read. Have you seen the size of them?! Very daunting, and I don’t usually like to read long books. However, I finally gave in to the temptations…

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  • REVIEW: Sealed With a Kiss by Rachael Lucas

    11 May, 2014

    Sealed with a Kiss, so called because it is set on an island where there are many cute seals, is the perfect summer contemporary to take with you on holiday whilst you’re lying by the pool, or sunbathing in your garden (that’s if Britain ever sees sunshine!). Lucas is a name you definitely need to…

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  • REVIEW: The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick

    7 April, 2014

    I have very mixed feelings on this novel – parts I loved, other parts I thought were good but they just didn’t enthral me as much as I hoped. Nevertheless, The Good Luck of Right Now is a brilliant novel from the equally brilliant Matthew Quick, author of The Silver Linings Playbook. Bartholomew Neil is…

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  • REVIEW: The Library of Unrequited Love by Sophie Divry

    3 February, 2014

    After it popping up quite a lot and being rather intrigued, I decided to buy The Library of Unrequited Love by Sophie Divry. Being around ninety pages, it’s an incredibly quick read, and I managed to zoom through it one morning. The Library of Unrequited Love tells the story of a French librarian who opens…

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