Posted in 2018, Books, Discussion, February, Historical Fiction, Horror, Reviews, Romance, Sci-Fi, Summary, Young Adult

February 2018 Summary

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Well, everyone, here’s to a productive month of blogging! I’m very happy with what I uploaded, especially with the amount of book reviews.
Here is a quick recap.

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Posted in 2018, Books, February, Ghost, Horror, Reviews, Young Adult

Dream House – Book Review

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I’ve read this within two days and it’s not just because it’s a shortish book and I could actually concentrate long enough to read it for a long period of time. This ghost story just grabbed my attention kept hold.

Let’s hope that established the tone of this review! Continue reading “Dream House – Book Review”

Posted in 2017, Books, December, Fantasy, Horror, Reviews, Young Adult

Hollow City – Book Review

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A few years ago, I read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and simply enjoyed it! It has a fantastic concept and memorable characters, so when it finished, I couldn’t wait for the sequel. Now, I have a habit of planning to get a sequel to any book as soon as possible…only to actually getting round to buying a copy years later (who else does this?).

Once I finally got a copy, I immediately read it and here’s what I think of it! Continue reading “Hollow City – Book Review”

Posted in 2017, Books, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Horror, October, Reviews

Coraline (The Graphic Novel) – Book Review

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Since Halloween is nearly among us, I have been preparing myself for spooky films, pumpkin carving and, of course, scary books. I have decided to reread a classic of mine, but this time, instead of book or film form – I have read it in the form of a graphic novel! Continue reading “Coraline (The Graphic Novel) – Book Review”

Posted in 2017, Books, Horror, June, My Friday Thoughts, Short Stories

My Friday Thoughts – The Book I Will Not Finish?

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For those who don’t know, I very rarely do not finish books because there is always a chance the book may improve later on. Yes, it would be better if I just left them, but there is a voice in my head that constantly says, “You never know, maybe the book gets better? Why waste the opportunity?”

Why do I do this to myself?

However, there has been a book recently that I have tried to read, but I haven’t picked up nor, to be honest, want to pick up.

And that book is… Continue reading “My Friday Thoughts – The Book I Will Not Finish?”

Posted in 2017, BEDM, Books, Fantasy, Horror, May

Books That Have Stayed: Coraline

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This is my series discussing books that I read years ago that are not only books I love, but have something(s) about them that make them stand out, memorable and have taught me important lessons.

So when I was thinking about books that have stayed with me, one popped into my head not only suddenly, but stayed there as if waiting for me to write this post.

And as I was planning this, I realised why it has stayed with me. It was for two reasons: it was the first horror to actually scare me; and it taught me an important lessons about bravery.

Spoiler alert: I will be talking about the plot to Coraline in great detail. You have been warned!

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Posted in 2017, Books, Ghost, Horror, March, Reviews

Slade House – Book Review

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Here is a book I couldn’t help but read in one day. I didn’t rush it or force myself to finish it within a day. I just found myself in a good book. Of course, once I finish reading a book and start to think about it, I begin to think about it more logically. I don’t know if anyone does this as well, but I find it difficult to not stop thinking about a book once I’ve read it. And sometimes, when I think I’ve thought it about too much and try to stop, the book somehow finds it’s way back into my brain.

And this is the book in question. Continue reading “Slade House – Book Review”