Books · Review · Sci-fi

Book Review: IVON by Michael Aylwin

To the dystopian fans reading, I have a real treat for you today. This is a unique story of a society which will chill you right to the bone. IVON by Michael Aylwin is a futuristic novel centred around sports in Perpetual Era London, except sport doesn't have the same meaning in 2144 as it… Continue reading Book Review: IVON by Michael Aylwin

Books · Review · Travel

Book Review: Greece – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs Culture by Constantine Buhayer

My review of the Culture Smart Hungary Guide was so well received - thanks so much! I guess you all have the same travel bug I have. And, just when you thought it might go, I am back again with a review of the guide to Greece. Time to get the passport out again! Greece… Continue reading Book Review: Greece – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs Culture by Constantine Buhayer

Books · Review · Young Adult

Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Okay, this is a pretty well-known book and you are probably wondering why the hell would I even bother writing a review. I just feel so deeply in love with this book, more than I have with any other book in a while, that I just couldn't resist. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell is about, well,… Continue reading Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Books · Chic-lit · Review

Book Review: The Breakup Support Group by Cheyanne Young

Man, my TBR list is absolutely crazy. Most of the time I stress about how to get through it and, as you can imagine, choosing which book to read can be an absolute nightmare. One night, after reading Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada, I was looking for something a bit more upbeat. The Breakup… Continue reading Book Review: The Breakup Support Group by Cheyanne Young

Books · Chic-lit · Review

Book Review: December Girl by Nicola Cassidy

Guys, very, very excited to bring a new author to you today. And, I won't deny it, there is a part of me even more excited that she is an Irish author. But I swear I am not being biased. This is just a wonderful piece of historical fiction. In a nutshell, December Girl by… Continue reading Book Review: December Girl by Nicola Cassidy

Books · Review · Travel

Book Review: Hungary – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs Culture by Eddy Kester and Brian McLean

My first book of 2018 has stirred up some trouble for me - I really want to travel to Hungary now! Hungary - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs Culture by Eddy Kester and Brian McLean is the cause of this sudden urge of wanderlust. It offers practical advice and important insights into different aspects of Hungarian… Continue reading Book Review: Hungary – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs Culture by Eddy Kester and Brian McLean

Beauty · Review

Book Review: Appetite by Anita Cassidy

Is one of your New Year's resolutions to read more thought-provoking books? Yes? Well then, I have just the thing for you! Appetite by Anita Cassidy focuses on some of the biggest urges of mankind: food, sex and the desire for more from life. These urges are explored through the stories of three people: Naomi, a… Continue reading Book Review: Appetite by Anita Cassidy