Book Review, Young Adult

The Boy Who Steals Houses; Review

🌟🌟🌟 / 5 The Boy Who Steals Houses by C. G. Drews. Goodreads | Book Depository Synopsis Sam and his autistic older brother Avery have been abandoned by their relatives, to keep Avery safe Sam breaks into houses, into homes. He just wants a place they can both feel secure and happy in. Sam always… Continue reading The Boy Who Steals Houses; Review

Book Review, Young Adult

A Thousand Perfect Notes; Review

🌟 / 5 A Thousand Perfect Notes by C. G. Drews Goodreads | Book Depository Synopsis Beck hates his life, he hates his mother, but most of all he hates the piano. Beck is forced, by his mother, to play the piano for hours and hours every day. He despises this caged existence which is… Continue reading A Thousand Perfect Notes; Review

TBR, Young Adult

#ARCAttack TBR

This month Vicky is hosting #ARCAttack as an attempt to read some of arcs that she's been sent by publishers. I've decided to join her and so this post will be my #ARCAttack TBR. I've already posted my April TBR which includes some library books and other finished copies that I hope to read this… Continue reading #ARCAttack TBR

Book Review, Young Adult

My Sister, The Serial Killer; Review

🌟🌟🌟🌟 / 5 My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite Goodreads | Book Depository Synopsis Three, and they label you a serial killer. Korede knows what to expect when she receives a distress call from her younger sister, Ayoola. She needs all the essentials for cleaning blood out of every inch of the carpet,… Continue reading My Sister, The Serial Killer; Review

Anticipated Reads, Young Adult

Most anticipated April reads

Which books are you waiting desperately for this month? Here are eight books I'm really excited to read! I've listed them in order of their UK publication date. 2nd of April Descendant of the Crane by Joan He Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston 4th… Continue reading Most anticipated April reads


April ’19 TBR

March Update Guess who still hasn't read A Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue... yup, me! I dread to think how many TBR blog posts I've included it in now, I really do want to read it but other books keep getting prioritised before it! Sorry Anniek! However, I'm so pleased I managed to read… Continue reading April ’19 TBR