Book Review: Sanctuary

Book Review: Sanctuary Sanctuary Written by V. V. James 320 pages Published by Gollancz Publication date: 8th August 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Four women with a secret. The death that will unravel their lives. The small town of Sanctuary is rocked by the death of its star quarterback. Daniel’s death looked like an accident, but…

Book Review: Invisible Women

Book Review: Invisible Women Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men Written by Caroline Criado PĂ©rez 432 pages Published by Chatto and Windus Publication date: 7th March 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Imagine a world where your phone is too big for your hand, where your doctor prescribes a drug that is wrong…

Mini-Reviews: Greek Mythology

Mini-Reviews: Greek Mythology   When I have the choice between reading another book or reviewing the one I have just read, I usually choose to read another one. As much as I adore shouting about books on my blog, reading is, after all, my first love! Therefore, I have decided to do some mini-review posts…

Book Review: My Fate According to the Butterfly

Book Review: My Fate According to the Butterfly   My Fate According to the Butterfly Written by Gail D. Villanueva 240 pages Published by Scholastic Press Publication date: 30th July 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Light and deep, smart and funny, crushing and hopeful all at the same time, My Fate According to the Butterfly will…

Year of the Asian Readathon – Halfway through progress check!

Year of the Asian Readathon – halfway through progress check!   So, way back in January I signed up to this readathon for three reasons: I believe that we should all be reading more diverse books #weneeddiversebooks I have lived in several countries in East Asia (China, Japan, Vietnam) and speak the languages too. I…

Mini-Reviews: Female Pilots

Mini-Reviews: Female Pilots   When I have the choice between reading another book or reviewing the one I have just read, I usually choose to read another one. As much as I adore shouting about books on my blog, reading is, after all, my first love! Therefore, I have decided to do some mini-review posts…

Book Review: Spin the Dawn

Book Review: Spin the Dawn Spin the Dawn (The Blood of Stars #1) Written by Elizabeth Lim 400 pages Published by Knopf Publication date: 9th July 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Project Runway meets Mulan in this sweeping YA fantasy about a young girl who poses as a boy to compete for the role of imperial…

Mini Reviews: Circus

Mini-Reviews: Circus When I have the choice between reading another book or reviewing the one I have just read, I usually choose to read another one. As much as I adore shouting about books on my blog, reading is, after all, my first love! Therefore, I have decided to do some mini-review posts to tell…

Book Review: The Deepest Breath

Book Review: The Deepest Breath The Deepest Breath Written by Meg Grehan 180 pages Published by Little Island Books Publication date: 9th May 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): Stevie is eleven and loves reading and sea-creatures. She lives with her mum, and she’s been best friends with Andrew since forever. Stevie’s mum teases her that someday…

Book Review: Season of the Witch (Sabrina)

Book Review: Season of the Witch   Season of the Witch (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #1) Written by Sarah Rees Brennan 288 pages Published by Scholastic Publication date: 9th July 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): It’s the summer before her sixteenth birthday, and Sabrina Spellman knows her world is about to change. She’s always studied…

Mini-Reviews: Clockwork

Mini-Reviews: Clockwork   When I have the choice between reading another book or reviewing the one I have just read, I usually choose to read another one. As much as I adore shouting about books on my blog, reading is, after all, my first love! Therefore, I have decided to do some mini-review posts to…

Book Review: House Without Walls

Book Review: House Without Walls House Without Walls Written by Ching Yeung Russell 128 pages Published by Yellow Jacket (Little Bee Books) Publication date: 4th June 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): For most people, home is a place with four walls. It’s a place to eat, sleep, rest, and live. For a refugee, the concept of…