Last month was a bit crazy with college deadlines etc. I’ve condensed two months reviews into one! Advertisements
Ayoade on Ayoade, Ben Aaronovitch, books, Genevieve Valentine, JK Rowling, Jon Ronson, Kate Atkinson, Lost At Sea, Moon over Soho, On the bookshelf, opinion, reviews, Richard Ayoade, Robert Galbraith, The Girls At the Kingfisher Club, The Silkworm, When Will There Be Good News?
I’ll be back to the book reviews soon, but I feel really strongly about this, and haven’t had much time to write of late!
Possibly the first time I’ve had my monthly reviews done bang on time. Shocking stuff!
Ben Aaronovitch, books, Charlotte Gray, Donal Ryan, ireland, March 2015, Neil Gaiman, On the bookshelf, opinion, recession, review, Rivers of London, Scarlett Thomas, Sebastian Faulks, The End of Mr Y, The Spinning Heart, Trigger Warning
Getting back into this series! Will put up my Doctor Who reviews soon, too.
Reviews of books 1,2,3,4 and 5 can be found here.
You can find the previous four books here.
Second of the series- my review of the Philosopher’s Stone can be found here.
I read a ton in May! Will try not to ramble on too long.
apocalypse, Birdsong, books, Carmilla, comedy, coming-of-age, death, Florida, historical fiction, history, horror, Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me?, J Sheridan LeFanu, June 2014, Karen Russell, magic realism, memoir, Mindy Kaling, On the bookshelf, opinion, review, Sebastian Faulks, Stephen King, supernatural, Swamplandia!, The Office, The Stand, vampires, Victorian, war, World War I
HEY, WHO TURNED OUT THE LIGHTS?… Spoilers….
adventures with netflix, Alex Kingston, Billie Piper, Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Doctor Who, opinion, review, River Song, Series 4, TV
I missed the Day of the Doctor due to the Just Because book launch. As such I am not watching it until I have the Matt Smith episodes watched. The word count on these are getting out of control, so …