Proud Review

Proud compiled by Juno Dawson Proud is an awesome collection of unapologetically queer short stories and poems accompanied by artwork. There is a badass and powerful introduction from Juno Dawson herself then several intros from various publishing people. The collection is joyful and sweet and a celebration of pride. I’m going to give a miniContinue reading “Proud Review”

Scorn Review

Scorn compiled by Matthew Parris Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you all have a great day, and I would like to point out that reviewing a book of insults has nothing to do with today being Valentine’s Day. Lots of love to you and your books! Scorn gave me a great evening of reading, asContinue reading “Scorn Review”

Sword and Pen review

Sword and Pen by Rachel Caine Having finished the previous one in this series January 2019, I was very excited because I loved this series but also had no idea what’s going on. Thankfully within the first chapter I was reacquainted with the characters of the series, as well as The Great Library of AlexandriaContinue reading “Sword and Pen review”

Renegades Review

Renegades by Marissa Meyer This story is an interesting and original take on the traditional superheroes vs villains fight, similar in its uniqueness to Marissa Meyer’s other retellings including The lunar chronicles and Heartless, one of my favourite books. Renegades matched the other books in being very readable and engaging.The origins of the prodigies’ powersContinue reading “Renegades Review”

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 inContinue reading “A Love Letter to Rick Riordan's Books”

Sex Power Money review

Sex Power Money by Sara Pascoe This is an awesome nonfiction book. I didn’t know what to expect exactly, but I certainly wasn’t disappointed. There was more biology than I thought there was going to be, but thankfully it was much more clearly explained and interesting than biology at school. Pascoe dives into sex andContinue reading “Sex Power Money review”

P.S I Still Love You review

P.S I Still Love You by Jenny Han. While I was slightly reluctant to start this series, since it seemed a bit like a cliche teen series, I was very excited when I got my hands on the second book since I ended up loving the first one. I have never wanted sisters more inContinue reading “P.S I Still Love You review”

For the Winner review

If you want a quick summary of this review, it’s just me raving about greek mythology and the stunning writing of this book, so you should read it. There is a lovely contrast between the idyllic scenes on Olympus, where the gods live, and on the earth with Atalanta, showing both sides of the story-Continue reading “For the Winner review”

The prologue: Bee

‘… I do so hate finishing books. I would like to go on with them for years…’ Beatrix potter, 1905 Hello and welcome to the bookish world of a beebliophile! I’m Bee (get the pun? Bibliophile? Sorry) and I am an avid reader and writer. I’m guessing if you’re reading this you’re interested as toContinue reading “The prologue: Bee”