Book Reviews

June reads 2020

June Reads 2020

Welcome to my June reads of 2020! Since starting back at work, I haven’t had the time to read as much as I wanted to. I’m slowly getting back into a routine and I am going to schedule reading time to make sure I get through all the books I have on my to-read list!

The existence of amy

The Existence Of Amy

I was kindly sent ‘The Existence Of Amy’ by Lana Grace Riva in exchange for an honest review. First of all, I can’t put into words how much I love this book. It’s such an easy to follow plot, but it has so much meaning behind it.

The ballad of songbirds and snakes
The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes

I was filled with nervous excitement to start reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. I love The Hunger Games trilogy, but throughout the reader is persuaded to hate President Snow, which I do. So, why would I want to read a prequel all about him?

Good Girl, Bad Blood

Good Girl, Bad Blood

I bought Good Girl, Bad Blood (GGBB) a couple of weeks ago and didn’t pick it up until yesterday. I desperately wanted to read it, the thought of finishing it too quickly was stopping me from picking it up.

One of us is lying

One Of Us Is Lying

As a new fan of mystery, crime and thrillers, I haven’t read many books of these genres. However, I was enthralled by each of the books including this one.

A good girls guide to murder

A Good Girls Guide To Murder

Every time I put this book down to either go to work, eat or any other human activity, my mind was so impatient and there was an itch to instantly pick it back up again.

Everything, everything

Everything, Everything

Can I just say that this book is probably top of the list of the books I’ve read this summer and definitely a good summer read even though I finished it in 2 days! The story line is unique and different

All the bright places

All The Bright Places

Let me just start out by saying this book is incredibly moving and not for the faint-hearted. I have never cried and felt so many emotions for a set of characters in the books I’ve read.

The girl on the train

The Girl On The Train

Out of all the books I’ve read, this is the first thriller I have read and I can tell you now it won’t be the last. The suspense throughout the book from the very beginning all the way till the end grips you in a way no other book will.

how i wrote my reviews

How I Write My Reviews

Although I haven’t written that many blog posts, there are loads more to come! I wanted to write this post so you got an insight into what I think about when reading a book and then what I

the next togther

The Next Together

You know it’s a good book when you pick it up on Wednesday and finish it early afternoon Thursday. The book was a little confusing in some parts but still able to grasp every bit of your attention and nothing like I’ve ever read before.


“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”

C.S. Lewis