Reader Interactions


  1. Gemma says

    You got a lot of good reads in this month! I haven’t been able to read A Monster Calls as I think it would upset me too much. Hope you’re feeling better!

  2. foreverseptember1 says

    I can’t believe I’ve never read a Stephen King novel, I have The Shining on my list though as its one of my fave movies, so its about time I read the novel. I’m currently reading 1984 by George Orwell, which is really interesting/scary that we have actually become a lot of what he wrote about back in the 40s!

    Lucy | Forever September

    • eviejayne says

      I definitely need to read more of his work after reading The Stand, The Shining is on my list too! I read about half of 1984 a few years ago but never got around to finishing it for whatever reason, need to pick it up again!

  3. Audrey says

    I’ve never read Stephen King but he’s written so many books!! Have you read any other of his works? I’m curious and don’t know where to start haha // I really enjoyed To Kill A Mockingbird as well! I loved how it presented the innocence and simplicity of morality. // I feel like there was a spike in interest for A Monster Calls when the film adaptation came out in 2016, and then it fell off my radar. After hearing such a rave review from you, I’m looking forward to getting to this book eventually! Gotta get through my other library checkouts first haha (I haven’t watched the film yet) // I enjoyed Memoirs of a Geisha as well and I thought it was so interesting how it covered so much time -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • eviejayne says

      It is quite overwhelming how many books he’s written haha. The Stand was my first book of his and I happened to choose his longest so far! I really want to read his Bill Hodges Trilogy and The Shining by him though! Haha yeah everyone was talking about A Monster Calls a few years back, but it was only recently I saw my library had it available to borrow online that I picked it up. It was incredible! I don’t know if I’m emotionally ready for the film haha. I think you’d really enjoy it!

  4. Macey Gloria says

    “If We Were Villains” is the book I was most excited for you to review, and I am even more intrigued than I was from your instagram post on it!! I am 1000% adding this to my TBR, and I can’t wait to have my heart broken too. Also “Bardolatry” is such a fabulous phrase, did you coin it?! How have I not heard it before???

    • eviejayne says

      It was incredible! Oh I hadn’t heard of it either until I saw it used in the book. I researched it and it basically means ‘an excessive admiration of Shakespeare’, great right? I hope you pick this one up soon! x


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