Book Reviews

Book Review: A Short History of Nearly Everything

I haven’t read a Bill Bryson book in a really long time, so when I came across one of his in a secondhand hand shop I knew I had to get it. A Short History of Nearly Everything is very different from Bryson’s usual work, as he tends to primarily write travel novels. What’s different… Continue reading Book Review: A Short History of Nearly Everything

Book Reviews · Music

Book Review: The True Lives of My Chemical Romance

Today marks 6 years since my favourite band broke up, and it both feels like yesterday and a lifetime ago, and I feel very old that I was 16 at the time and now I’m nearly 23! I felt a good way to pay tribute to them would be to review the biography by Tom… Continue reading Book Review: The True Lives of My Chemical Romance

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Should the Boy Who Lived finally die? – J.K Rowling is ruining Harry Potter

Harry Potter played a huge role in my childhood, and I will always love the story. However, I have concerns about the franchise which is still as strong as ever all this time later. In particular, I have beef with the author. Is J.K Rowling ruining Harry Potter, and by extension, is it time for… Continue reading Should the Boy Who Lived finally die? – J.K Rowling is ruining Harry Potter

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Cursed Child is the 8th Harry Potter story, based on Harry and the golden trio’s kids. Unlike the other Harry Potter books, this is the script of the play. A lot of people seemed to have picked this up expecting an actual 8th Harry Potter book! What Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is abut:… Continue reading Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Book Review: The Lost Continent

The Lost Continent is full of tales from small town America, the heart of America that doens’t get much attention, especially from travel writers! However, Bill Bryson takes it upon himself to share stories from America’s little towns.  What The Lost Continent is about: While an American native (Des Moines, Iowa to be exact), Bryon… Continue reading Book Review: The Lost Continent

Book Reviews · Mental Health

Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

After reading Me and my Mate Jeffrey book I feel like Niall Breslin (Bressie) is a close friend of mine; that’s how open and raw it is. I also felt like I was reading my own life story. Obviously the events of my own life are worlds apart from Bressie’s but the feelings were similar.… Continue reading Book Review: Me and my Mate Jeffery

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Book Review: Procession of the Dead

Renowned children’s author Darren Shan, offers books for grown-ups under the name Darren Dash. If you grew up with Shan, you’ll be happy to know that you can still read his books today. Procession of the Dead being on of his books aimed at older readers. I was beyond happy to stumble across a copy… Continue reading Book Review: Procession of the Dead