Courtney Summers Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Get ready for it.... This. Is. The. Best. Audiobook. I've. Ever. Listened. To. But before we get into the production - this is also a 5 star rated book for me. I've been eating up audiobooks while going for walks and training at the gym recently, but … Continue reading REVIEW | Sadie
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer is the series that kicked off my love of books. How does her most recent series hold up?
Octavia Butler Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Kindred is a book I picked up on a lonely Saturday afternoon and stuck to me so much that I finished it in a single sitting. I've had Kindred on my Goodreads (horrifically long) TBR list for ages, and without reading the blurb (as I usually do), … Continue reading Review | Kindred
I know I'm a little late to the game, but wow! I'm glad I finally picked up this book.
Mark Lukach Also known as My Lovely Wife in The Psych Ward Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon I read this book sometime last year and I think it's taken me this long to get my head around what I'd like to say. I know I say this all the time, but the story that … Continue reading REVIEW | My Lovely Wife: A Memoir of Madness and Hope
A masterpiece that has been overlooked for so long. Another addition to my all time favourites list.
By Celeste Ng Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon I know I've been saying for ages that I was going to read Little Fires Everywhere first, but I read the first chapter of Everything I Never Told You and was hooked instantly. Everything I Never Told You is a tense read with gorgeous prose which … Continue reading REVIEW | Everything I Never Told you
This is How it Always is Book Review Laurie Frankel Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon I'm going to make a list that's titled 'books that hit me in the feels' and this will be incredibly high on that list. “You can’t tell people what to be, I’m afraid,” said Rosie. “You can only love … Continue reading REVIEW | This is How it Always Is
Australian AND LGBT+ rep? This is the book I've always wanted. #YES
“What makes life meaningful enough to go on living?” Paul Kalanithi's heartwarming autobiography about life, love and death is one of the most heartwarming books I've read to date.