Little Me by Matt Lucas Book Review

I have long been a huge fan of Matt Lucas and his work. When Little Britain came out I was an instant fan. I religiously watched every episode. I was only nine when the series aired on tv so a lot of the jokes went straight over my head, but I loved the show and…

Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King Book Review

Stephen King is one of those authors that I had always meant to read but never quite got around to him. I read It last year and absolutely fell in love with King and my collection is growing and growing. I’d always avoided short stories, I’ve no idea why, I guess I’d rather spent my…

Interview With the Vampire by Anne Rice Book Review

Interview with The Vampire is considered to be classic vampire fiction. It’s been a major inspiration for other vampire fiction writers, such as Stephanie Meyer. For example, both sets of vampires live from animals and abstain from human blood. The novel is about Louis de Pointe du Lac as he tells his life story to…

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton Book Review

The Miniaturist came out in 2014 and was the subject of a publisher’s bidding war at the London Book Fair the year before. It came up in conversation at uni and we remarked at how beautiful the cover is. I saw on a visit to HMV and bought it there. I regretted it soon after…

His Dark Materials

Last year, David Fickling Books published The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman. It’s the first in a new series called La Belle Sauvage and it’s a prequel to the His Dark Materials series. I took one look at it and I thought the cover was beautiful, I had to have it. I hadn’t actually…

Reading Roald Dahl

We studied children’s books for my MA and it’s really reignited my love for them. The first time I walked back into the children’s section of the library, I was hit with a wave of nostalgia. I was reminded of all those hours I spent at the library looking at every single book until one…