Bruny, Heather Rose

Bruny is a political satire that follows a bit of a futuristic time in Tasmania, Australia. In this future a lot of things that are happening in the world now have taken a turn for the worse and Australia is massively in debt and core services like health and education are underfunded. We kick off... Continue Reading →

Becoming, Michelle Obama

This is the first and so far the only autobiography I have read this year and it was a great one to start off with. I have heard good things about this one and I tend to agree with most of them and would recommend it to anyone who is thinking of picking it up.... Continue Reading →

Bad Blood, John Carreyrou

I love, love, loved this book. I haven’t read anything like it and I was so engrossed in everything that was happening, I just not could not put it down. I always had this idea in my head when I was younger that non fiction books were boring. I know thats not always the case... Continue Reading →

Docile, K.M. Szpara

Docile has been the most hyped book of 2020 for me, there’s been a few that have really caught my eye but none more than this novel. With a catchy name, cover and tagline “there is no consent under capitalism”, Docile sure sounded like a winner. Unfortunately for me, despite liking aspects of it… ultimately... Continue Reading →

Red, White and Royal Blue, Casey McQuiston

Red, White and Royal Blue crashed into the book world, pretty much popping up everywhere and credit to Casey McQuiston for her stellar debut. As you may very well of heard Red, White and Royal Blue follows the unlikely romance between the First Son of America, Alex Claremont-Diaz and young Prince Henry of England. “History,... Continue Reading →

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