Hello everyone! It’s a new month and we’re past the quarter-way mark of 2019…. can you believe this is the last year of this DECADE?! I had a slight shock when I realised that the other day… Anyway, I have a LOT of reading to be doing this month, so hopefully I will be successful. Without further ado, here are my (quite ambitious) reading plans!Continue reading “MAY TBR 2019”
Hey everyone! It’s been a little while, but here is my March & April Wrap Up, for both books and music.Continue reading “March & April 2019 WRAP UP”
Hey everyone! I was tagged to do this by the lovely Clo @Book Dragons and it’s such a short and sweet tag that I decided to do it to give myself a break from studying! I will admit that finding a book for “r” was a lot harder than I had expected… and I actually ended up buying a new book for it (even though I have a TBR of about 100 books none of the begin with R somehow), but in the end it all worked out fine! Anyway, the tag is pretty simple, you just spell out your name (in my case ‘KEIRA’) in books you have on your TBR!
King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo (A new book set in the popular Grishaverse.)
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia (A YA contemporary novel about a webcomic writer.)
I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai (The auto-biography co-written with Christina Lamb of the girl who shot in the head by the Taliban and lived to tell the tale.)
Rape of Nanking by Iris Chang (A history book about the rape of Chinese civilians by Japanese soldiers in 1937.)
And the Ocean Was Our Sky by Patrick Ness & Rowina Cai (A beautifully illustrated book about whales in a war against men.)
And that’s it! Could you spell your name in TBR books? If you feel like doing this tag, feel free to do so and leave me a link so I can check out your post! In the meantime, I’m going to tag Adele @BookishDella because well idk, you’re the first person who came to mind without an absolutely impossible name 🙂
Happy reading, Keira x.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Haphaven is a graphic novel by Norm Harper and Louie Joyce which follows the main character, Alex, as she finds herself in a world where the superstitions her father instilled in her reign supreme and she must fight corruption and learn about her family’s superstitious past, all whilst worrying about her mother’s broken back (because of course, Alex stepped on a crack and her mother’s back actually broke).Continue reading “REVIEW: HAPHAVEN BY NORM HARPER & LOUIE JOYCE”