Annike: Hey guys! Welcome back for another review today on The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. This book is actually part of both Historical and Adult Fiction, but I think it still suits young adults incredibly well and I would probably consider it more fantastical. Anyways, it is such a beautiful and magical read that definitely lived up to the expectation I had for it so here’s the review.
Zoe: Hi everyone, hope your week has been great. I thought I would mix things up a bit seeing as we have been doing a lot of reviews, and do a movie vs book post. Today I am comparing The Martian’s book (by Andy Weir), which I read mid-January with the movie (starring Matt Damon) which I watched quite a while ago so sorry if I forget or miss anything. I thought this would be a fun way to look at both the different materials and see which one I personally liked more. (more…)
Annike: Hey guys, so today I wanted to review a book I actually read late last year called Every Day by David Levithan. The reason that I started reading this was actually because I saw the trailer on Youtube and thought it looked really interesting – though Goodreads reviews maybe weren’t as promising. All the same, I decided to get it on my computer and give it a try. I have heard many good things about David Levithan but this is my first proper novel of his so that was also a driving factor. I am happy to say that I did really enjoy this book, it was quick and easy while also being extremely intriguing so without further ado, let’s get onto the review. (more…)
Annike: Hey guys! We’re getting so close to Christmas it is just so exciting!! I personally can’t wait and hopefully we’ll have something festive up near then, followed by the wrap up of this massive year. But before any of that I wanted to write a review on a book I just recently finished called Still Alice. Uncommonly, this book actually isn’t written for young adults but I found it so intriguing and just had to get my hands on it so here is my review. (more…)
Annike: Hey guys! It’s been a long time since I’ve been on here with a review, but even though I can’t yet proclaim myself out of my reading slump – I am really trying to get back into reading as the holidays are now upon us! This week I have a book that’s a little different from my usual ones mainly because it is more of a book of poems than an actual novel and is called The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan. So without further ado let’s get onto it. (more…)
Annike: Hey guys, you may have noticed that both myself and Zoe haven’t really been around much this month. We’ve put up a few posts here and there but haven’t been particularly active on WordPress with reviews or anything and that is because we’ve been so busy that we haven’t really had much time to read. Despite this I have managed to finish a really good book I wanted to review and also wanted to let you know that holidays are coming up in a little over a week so it shouldn’t be long before we’re back and have more time on our hands again. Now without further ado let’s get onto the review for The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. (more…)
Annike: Hey guys, sorry that some of the reviews are a little backlogged at the moment but I read What To Say Next towards the end of September and wanted to review it to let you guys know what it was like and how I found it so here goes… (more…)
Hello everyone, it’s Zoe here today and I am doing a review on the book I have been promising myself to read for around a year and which I finally finished! It is the first book popular series The Lunar Chronicles, Cinder by Marissa Meyer, so here we go!
I guys, it’s Zoe here, and today and I’m going to be reviewing a book I read yesterday called My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult. I know this is a really popular and devastating book and has been highly recommended to me by a bunch of friends so I decided to give it a go. (more…)