Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt | Book Review

Title: Tuck Everlasting Author: Natalie Babbitt Publication Date: 2020 (first published in 1975) Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books Format: Paperback|224 pages Tuck Everlasting is the timeless story of an eleven years old girl, Winnie Foster, who finds herself involved with a family who have mistakenly drank water from a spring and became immortal eighty-seven years ago. … Continue reading Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt | Book Review

Happy People Read and Drink Coffee by Agnès Martin-Lugand | Book Review

Title: Happy People Read and Drink Coffee Author: Agnès Martin-Lugand Publication Date: 2016 Publisher: Hachette Books Format: Kindle Edition|256pages Autumn was slowly arriving and a fine rain had been falling the day I finally decided to read Happy People Read and Drink Coffee. Naturally, what I am looking for during these months is a cosy … Continue reading Happy People Read and Drink Coffee by Agnès Martin-Lugand | Book Review

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher | Book Review

Title: 13 Reasons Why Author: Jay Asher Publication Date: 2017 Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Format: Paperback|320 pages Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 10-24 (2018 CDC WISQARS) and the second leading cause of death for college-age youth and ages 12-18 (2018 CDC WISQARS). Thirteen Reasons Why tackles the issue head on … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher | Book Review

Holy Cow by David Duchovny | Book Review

Title: Holy Cow Author: David Duchovny Illustrator: Natalya Balnova Publication Date: 2015 Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux Format: Paperback|206 pages Holy Cow is the most bonkers book I have ever read! David Duchovny’s, a well-known American actor, producer, director and writer, debut novel is about a cow named Elsie Bovary. Living in a farm in … Continue reading Holy Cow by David Duchovny | Book Review

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery | Book Review

Title: Anne of Green Gables & Anne of Avonlea Author: L.M. Montgomery Publication Date: 1994 Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Format: Paperback|528 pages Anne of Green Gables, the first book in the series, is my favourite book of all times; regardless of how many books I’ve read and loved I love this one the most. The novel … Continue reading Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery | Book Review

Reading Harry Potter for the First Time at 22

Title: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Author: J.K. Rowling Publication Date: 2014 Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Format: Paperback|352 pages I must admit I am one of those people who avoid certain books because of how popular they are. Usually, because of the hype, I let my expectations soar and I assume that a famous book … Continue reading Reading Harry Potter for the First Time at 22

A Quick Bite by Patricia Josephine | Book Review

Title: A Quick Bite Author: Patricia Josephine Publication Date: 2020 Format: Kindle Edition|119 pages A Quick Bite is an engaging and delightful collection of short tales involving Vampires, Werewolves and Zombies. I rarely read tales involving mythical creatures but I decided to pick up this book because the author is a fabulous storyteller and I … Continue reading A Quick Bite by Patricia Josephine | Book Review

Belle and Sébastien: The Child of the Mountains by Cécile Aubry | Book Review

Title: Belle and Sébastien: The Child of the Mountains Author: Cécile Aubry Translator: Gregory Norminton Illustrator: Helen Stephens Publication Date: 2018 (first published in 1965) Publisher: Alma Classics Format: Paperback|189 pages Belle and Sébastien: The Child of the Mountains is the heart-warming story of Sébastien, the son of a Gypsy woman who passed away giving … Continue reading Belle and Sébastien: The Child of the Mountains by Cécile Aubry | Book Review

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Book Review

Title: The Great Gatsby Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald Originally Published: April 10, 1925 Format: Kindle Edition|193 pages The Great Gatsby can be perceived as a story that represents the decline of the American Dream in the 20s. Set in post World War One, at a time commonly known as the Jazz Age, the novel is characterized … Continue reading The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Book Review