Animal Farm by George Orwell Book Review

It was only last year that I read Orwell’s 1984 and it scared the bejesus out of me. I knew that Orwell had written Animal Farm, but I didn’t know enough about it to read it. Younger me thought it was a book for children. How wrong I was! It was only when I spotted…

Drift Stumble Fall by M. Johnathan Lee Book Review

This book was sent to me by the lovely people at Hideaway Fall in exchange for an honest review. Drift Stumble Fall is the newest book from M. Jonathan Lee. As I really enjoyed Lee’s previous book, Broken Branches I was looking forward to reading Drift, Stumble, Fall. I can’t say the blurb gripped me,…

Cold Bath Street by A.J. Hartley Book Review

In July this year, I will be finished studying for my Publishing MA. I still have a lot of work to do and it’s strange to know that it’s coming to an end. I’ve had the time of my life studying for MA and I will be sad to finish. As well as offering a…

Red Clocks by Leni Zumas Book Review

I had seen this book everywhere on Instagram and Twitter and really liked the premise. Despite them scaring the bejesus out of me, I really like dystopian novels and this one sounded excellent. Just by chance I logged back into my Netgalley account one day and lo and behold, it was there! I was so…

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…