Rated: 3.5 solid stars Finished: 18th January 2018. Spoiler content: Slight, nothing major. I got to say I am pleasantly surprised I enjoyed this as much as I have. Norse mythology is not in my comfort zone but I'm excited! Events unfolded off at a snail's pace but eventually picked up speed, the kind of... Continue Reading →
i read somewhere, that your purpose is to give your life meaning Clever, i'd thought then now, never a truer thing I saw It's all experience, hands-on full throttle even when time moves at a snail's pace It's a real thing, to have died and still, be breathing, limbs moving It was/is my experience living on... Continue Reading →
Story contains swearing He scoops me up like one would a small sleeping child. I am neither. I scramble for bars of my cage frame but he was stronger. Thrashing wildly as I can the fucker holds on like I'm nothing. Not always a happy person, not particularly strong, but I meant something once. I... Continue Reading →
Rated it: 4.5 stars Read: December 2017 Read count: 2 See my review for The Tales of Beedle the Bard The first time I read this it was a copy of my cousins, three years ago when I was visiting in England. A slim red paperback edition with Harry's scribbles which I'd thoroughly enjoyed. I... Continue Reading →
Eyeball that bit of wisdom. Read it again. One more time to be sure. Okay then. Maybe you recognize some of that in yourself, I know I do. An infernally astute quote from John's debut novel, Looking for Alaska. "Infernal" because it illustrates a sort of personal hell I should be scrambling to escape. A... Continue Reading →
I hope last year was a year of growth and progress and that this one will lead you on a better path. All the best!
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” - Helen Keller
Rated: 5 Stars Read: August 2nd, 2017 I have read many books in my almost twenty-three years of life and it should not have surprised me how a mere one hundred and ninety something page novel could contain such multitudes. Fireman Guy Montag's world is a bleak futuristic outlook up to its eyeballs in... Continue Reading →