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May Reading Wrap-Up 2019

After the best couple of reading months radiating with glowing reviews, May came along and welcomed a string of 3-star reads. I only have myself to blame, forever falling into the over-hyped book trap. I delve into books with high expectations and I’m consequently left underwhelmed. Anyone else? Despite how…

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Miracle Creek by Angie Kim

Author: Angie Kim Published: April 2019 Pages: 357 Rating: 5 stars A literary courtroom drama about a Korean immigrant family and a young, single mother accused of murdering her eight-year-old autistic son. There are some books which catch fire in the book community and, through no fault of their own,…

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March and April Reading Wrap-Up 2019

My reading for 2019 so far has been incredible and the past couple of months have possibly been some of the best ever. In March and April combined I read 19 books, most of which received at least four stars. Maybe I’m too generous with my ratings, maybe I’m just…

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Mini Reviews: The Flatshare and My Lovely Wife

I guess you could say love comes in all different shapes and sizes. I’m not one for cheesy romance novels; characters falling in love within five minutes of knowing each other, the will-they-won’t-they tension and superficial relationships. Alternatively, the premises of both ‘The Flatshare’ and ‘My Lovely Wife’ are (wonderfully)…

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February Reading Wrap-Up 2019

After January trailing on by at a snail’s pace, it seems crazy to think that we’re now in the third month of the year. Despite how quick February seemed to have passed by, I still managed to read seven books this month. I haven’t been as motivated to read over…

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January Reading Wrap-up 2019

I wanted to start my first wrap-up of the year by sharing some of my reading goals. I mentioned in my 2019 Intentions post how this year I’m aiming to read 60 books. Counting towards this total will hopefully be some classic literature.

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Mini Reviews: Thrills, Tension and Trust

Thrillers, psychological fiction, suspense stories – there’s something about mind games, unreliable narrators and devious characters that makes me gravitate towards this genre. I love a novel which can challenge my expectations. A novel I can’t put down until I’ve unveiled the unknown. Each of the three books featured in…

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