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REVIEW | The Ghost Tree | Christina Henry

As a self-confessed Christina Henry addict, I obviously ordered this one straight away. But when I got the opportunity to read an eARC, I leapt at it. This was a little different from the others, not a retelling but its own creepy story of witches, woods and murders, and I loved it.

Rating: 4 stars!

My Recent Reviews!

REVIEW | Project Hail Mary | Andy Weir

The Martian is undeniably one of my favourite books, so I was so hyped for Project Hail Mary. As soon as the audiobook was available, I jumped straight into it, knowing I loved The Martian’s audiobook so much. And Project Hail Mary? It did not disappoint. This is going on the favourite book list for sure.

Rating: 5 stars.

REVIEW | The Beautiful Ones | Silvia Moreno-Garcia

This book was, in every way, nothing like my usual picks. I requested it because I loved both of the books I’ve read by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. And I adored this just as much. Everyone absolutely needs to read this, I loved the drama and the scandal and the glittering beauty of the season. It was incredible, and I had to tell everyone all about it while I was reading because I just couldn’t believe what was happening.

Rating: 4.5 stars

REVIEW | Near the Bone | Christina Henry

I actually had this one pre-ordered long before I got accepted for the eARC, because Christina Henry is one of my auto-buy authors and I was waiting impatiently for Waterstones to bring out a signed edition of Near the Bone to match the rest of my series.

Rating 4 stars.


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Library Tracking | 2020 Log

I’ve had people ask about how I keep track of my stats, and with the clear ur shit readathon coming up, I’m probably not the only one wanting to track quite what a challenge that is. I’ve been using both these documents since the beginning of the year, and I wouldn’t be without them now. Both are fairly simple, but can be edited for your needs.

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My Latest Favourite!

REVIEW | One Last Stop | Casey McQuiston

I adored Red, White and Royal Blue so much when I read it in 2019 so obviously I had to get my hands on this. Fortunately, it absolutely stood up to the hype.

Rating 5 stars.


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Wrap Ups & Round Ups!

2020 Wrap Up + Top Ten

Time to wrap up 2020! Focusing on the highs, now that it’s finally 2021, and on Monday I talked about my goals for 2021! Here are my successes and my TOP TEN BOOKS OF 2020 – including seven sapphic books.

October Wrap Up

Finally my incredibly reading-slumpy October is over, and I can start fresh before clearurshit! I read 12 books, a total of 4391 pages and my average rating was 4.56 out of 5 stars – so at least all the books I did read were excellent!

Review Copy Round Up (October 2020)

Welcome to my monthly check in where I look at my review copy TBR pile to hold myself accountable to my personal target of keeping it under 5 review copies at any one time! Scroll through and be sure to tell me what I should read next!


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Other Posts!

Cute Mutants Book Tag!

Okay, as if I haven’t talked about Cute Mutants by SJ Whitby enough. This series is an absolute favourite of mine and I’ve loved it from the first chapter of the first book! So obviously, we had to do a book tag for these amazing characters!

2020 check in and 2021 goals!

2020 is finally over, and 2021 is here! I actually had a lot of amazing successes in 2020, despite everything. Here’s a few of my highlights, a check in on my 2020 goals and my goals for 2021.

5+1 | Witchy Books

Continuing my 5+1 series, bringing my love of fanfic tropes into my book recs! I’ll be looking at tropes, genres and anything else I can think of; and giving 5 books I recommend in that category plus 1 I want to read! This week it’s witchy books.


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