Review: Gone by Michael Grant

After tackling the emotional imbalance brought about by completing Suite Francaise, I was in desperate need of something relatively light and plot-driven as a break for my tear ducts. Having heard some great things about Michael Grant's dystopian series, and finding myself bombarded with WH Smith adverts to the effect of 'buy this book right now', I … Continue reading Review: Gone by Michael Grant

Just for Fun Friday: Throwing Insults Like Shakespeare

Hello chaps! What a week it's been: fitting in World Book Night activities, some actual university-related work, book reviews, and enjoyment of the wonderful weather (proved, without doubt, by the attractively tomato-coloured skin I am now sporting down half of my face). One particular source of excitement brought about by this week was the birthday … Continue reading Just for Fun Friday: Throwing Insults Like Shakespeare

World Book Night 2013 – What Reading Means to Me

Happy World Book Night everyone! Today is important for so many reasons: It is William Shakespeare's birthday! I have been celebrating by sneaking Shakespeare quotes into my conversations and emails (no one noticed, but it made me excessively happy nonetheless). I will also be paying double homage this evening, celebrating both my love of the … Continue reading World Book Night 2013 – What Reading Means to Me