September Hopefuls | 2022

I'm looking at September as a bit of a fresh start for me. I've been in a mild reading slump over the last six or so weeks, after I had a run of books that just didn't quite cut the mustard for me. So while I'm still pausing the TBR jar game, I've also made … Continue reading September Hopefuls | 2022

August Hopefuls | 2022

I'm taking a break at the moment from the usual TBRs I set myself with my TBR jar game that I run on my YouTube channel. I'm still battling with the feeling that I'm catching up, and so sticking to mood reading/reading ARCs until I feel I'm on top of things. My guess at this … Continue reading August Hopefuls | 2022

February Wrap-Up! | 2019

February was an incredibly slow reading month for me so this will be an incredible brief wrap-up. I read a grand total of 3 books last month. I'm also magnificently late in getting this wrap-up posted but, you see, I moved houses. I think this is a good excuse, no? If anything, it certainly calls … Continue reading February Wrap-Up! | 2019

Carnivorous Cities in Mortal Engines || SPOILER-FREE REVIEW

Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve 4/5 STARS Genre: Sci-Fi (Steampunk), Young Adult Author: Philip Reeve Published: November 2001 Publisher: Scholastic Pages: 336 {paperback} Review on Goodreads Initial Thoughts upon Finishing This was awesome and something so different to most other books out there. The audiobook experience was top notch and I thoroughly enjoyed it. In … Continue reading Carnivorous Cities in Mortal Engines || SPOILER-FREE REVIEW