Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell

This little novel is a teen fiction and romance set in the 80’s that follows two kids, unsurprisingly called Eleanor & Park. Set in high school, these kids are living the stereotypical teenage hell, fending off bullies and just trying to get through the day under the radar. But these two have some extra problems... Continue Reading →

I’ve Got Your Number, Sophie Kinsella

I think I’m going to say it. This is my favourite Sophie Kinsella book of all time. And given I really enjoy pretty much all of her books, that’s saying something! I’ve Got Your Number has a little bit of a confusing premise. Basically Poppy, a loveable, hilarious, classic Kinsella heroine picks up a phone... Continue Reading →

A Man Called Ove, Fredrik Backman

This book was unlike anything other I’ve ever read and it was wonderful. Telling the story of a cranky old man, this novel switches between the past and the present day in the life of Ove. When Ove’s wife dies, he decides he’s had enough of this life without and sets out to join her... Continue Reading →

The Kissing Booth, Beth Reekles

I read The Kissing Booth after watching the Netflix movie, mainly because I find it interesting to compare novels to their film adaptions. In a rare outcome, I found the movie better than the book... even though the movie was only ok.

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