I love the topic for this week's Top 5 Wednesday and it was really hard to narrow down my favourites. Although, I must admit I am kind of disappointed in books with f/f characters. I haven't read many that I found to be amazing and I also find that they are pretty hard to find, which means I don't get to read them very often.
My latest obsession is Call Me By Your Name. The book was published in 2006 and recently there has been a film based on the book. I watched the film first about two weeks before I read the book. It was definitely one of the best films I have ever seen. Reading the book was a different experience because it differed slightly from the film and it made me think about the characters in new ways. In this post, I will review both the film and the book and determine which comes out on top.
Today I am back with a Top 5 Wednesday prompt! I have been running low on ideas for posts, so I thought I would just go back to Top 5 Wednesday. This week's prompt is "books I disliked but loved to discuss". "Some books we disliked or they were just okay, but they still have … Continue reading Books I Disliked But Love to Discuss
About a week ago Sophie @Blame Chocolate tagged me to do the Ringing in the New Year Book Tag! Thank you for tagging me, Sophie. If you didn't know already, Sophie is lovely. This tag involves answering bookish questions about 2017 and the near year. It has already been a few weeks into 2018, but I thought it would still be okay to do this tag!
Thank you The Orangutan Librarian for nominating me for this award! It is called the Brotherhood of the World Award and it mostly includes questions about your blog.
In May last year I created a list of ten Young Adult books that I wanted to read by the end of 2017. They were all books that I was really looking forward to reading at the time, and wanted to order them so I would remember the next YA book I wanted to read. I managed to read most of them and have reasons as to why I didn't read the others.
Publication Date: 6 May 2014 Publisher: Simon & Schuster Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Pages: 464 Synopsis It was Sloane who yanked Emily out of her shell and made life 100% interesting. But right before what should have been the most epic summer, Sloane just…disappears. All she leaves behind is a to-do list. On it, thirteen Sloane-inspired tasks that Emily … Continue reading Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson Review
I hope that everyone had a great New Year's! My birthday was on New Year's Day, which is good because you start your birthday to fireworks, but bad because you have to remind everyone that it's your birthday.
There are only a few days until 2018, which means I need to share my favourite books of 2017! I have read 53 books in 2017 and five of those have become new favourites.
It seems as though there is a shortage of Christmassy books due to Christmas only lasting around one month (or less, or more, depending how you look at it). I have only read three books that are Christmas-related and, coincidentally, they are all Young Adult. Today is Day 2 of my 6 Days of Blogmas posts and I thought it would be odd if there was not at least one post about Christmassy books!