A very wonderful book that has taught me a lot about life in Pakistan and made me appreciate my education.
A lovely little Christmas story.
A beautiful and well written story about young people dealing with cancer. Not perhaps a pleasant read but a very enjoyable and wonderful story about love, books and what matters in life.
Awesome, dark and disturbing book. Very highly recommend for fans of dystopian book. Not your standard vampire book.
Howey creates a pretty awesome and awful dystopian world. A bit depressing at times but I look forward to reading the sequels.
Another awesome book by Brandon Sanderson. Nothing less than you would expect! Would have likes it to be a bit longer though. Can’t wait for the second book 😀
A very enjoyable book written by the Norfolk radio DJ Alan Partridge. Lots of fun and laughs.
I thought I would give some old style horror a go for a bit of a change. This book was good, but did not live up to the description on the back from a review in 1894 "An incoherent nightmare of sex". But it was an interesting read and ha…
Having been suffering with depression for the past year, I have begun looking for other ways to deal with my ruminating negative thoughts and those stressful times that left me in a weeping wreck in work meetings (has actually happened o…
I couldn’t put this book down, stayed up till 3am reading and then woke back up and read the rest. A very touching story told from the point of view of a 5 year oils who has only known one small room his whole life.
This was the first book of my new WI Bookgroup and I was really excited to begin reading it asits been on my "To Read" list for a long time. I did get a bit side tracked by some other books but I have finished it with an hour to spare be…
Absolutely stunning. Can’t wait to read her other collections.
Fantastic second book in the series. Looking forward to book 3 getting released!
A very interesting look at how mental illness was looked upon before the condition and diagnosis was truly understood. Makes you wonder about the narrators relationship with her family and what happened after the short story ended.
Enjoyed this book but like the previous ones in the series they don’t have a patch on Rivers of London. Still looking forward to more in the series to see what happens to Peter, Lesley and Nightingale.
After seeing this book feature on many "Best Fantasy" lists I finally decided to give it a go. Ended up really enjoying this book and found the story very unusual and creative. The characters were all very unique and in general alot of f…
Fantastic book! I love the way Karl describes his holidays and goes off in little tangents all the time. Highly recommend.
Similar to Night which I previously reviewed I think this is a book that cannot be rated. I would however recommend this book and think it is a very poetic and terrifying true tale.
I really enjoyed the third Peter Grant book, I just felt it wasn’t as good as Rivers of London and Moon over Soho. Still looking forward to the release of the fourth book.
And I love the reference to the Unseen University.
A very beautiful but terrible book. In no way and enjoyable read but I am very glad to have read it. I found it especially moving having recently visited Krakow and the concentration camps.
I agree with what I saw a fellow Goodreads mem…
Fantastic! I want Karl Pilkington as my mate!
This was the first proper crime book I’ve read after a few fantasy books with a crime element. I really enjoyed the book and found myself racing to finish and find out who the killer was. I look forward to reading other books in the seri…
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