3 Star, Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, January '21, Reviews, The Ancient World, Young Adult

The Wolf and the Water Review

For the first review of 2021, I thought I’d start with the first book I finished in 2021: The Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey. Having read and loved May Day by the same author, I was thrilled to receive an arc of this book. Where May Day was an urban fantasy, The Wolf… Continue reading The Wolf and the Water Review

4 Star, Fiction, Historical, LGBTQ+, November '20, Reviews, The Ancient World

City of Bronze, City of Silver Review

I know it has been a month since my last post so thank you for your patience- applying to university is stressful and quite energy consuming. I might do a little life update soon, but for now I want to review a book that I was kindly sent in exchange for an honest review. The… Continue reading City of Bronze, City of Silver Review

Literature, The Ancient World, Thriller, Uncategorized

Books I’ve read for school (and what I think of them)

I am currently in my first year of A-Level English Language and literature. For those of you unfamiliar with the British schooling system, A Levels are two year courses with exams at the end in the last two years of school. You generally turn 17 in the first year (Y12) and 18 in the second… Continue reading Books I’ve read for school (and what I think of them)

Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Middle grade, The Ancient World, Uncategorized

A Love Letter to Rick Riordan’s Books

I remember the day that I bought Percy Jackson and the lightning thief. It was a world book day, and we had vouchers that allowed £1 off a book so my mum took my brothers and me to a bookshop where we could choose a book. I spent some time looking around, but nothing in… Continue reading A Love Letter to Rick Riordan’s Books