It Started with Goodbye by Christina June

It Started with Goodbye by Christina June

This book wrecked me. It inspired me. It moved me. It gave me all the feels…

I absolutely loved it.

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Countless by Karen Gregory

Countless by Karen Gregory

It took me quite a while to read this book. Not because it was bad – far from it. It was just a very hard read but was about a subject that is very important to read and learn about. I had heard loads of hype about this book about five months ago and the hype lasted for about a week and then I didn’t hear anything after that. Well, this is me bringing back the hype, because it’s out next week and I think everyone should read this.

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Windfall by Jennifer E. Smith

Windfall by Jennifer E. Smith

What would you do if you won £140 million? This is the question that kept circling around in my head as I read this book. That’s a lot of money. And me saying that it’s a lot of money is a massive understatement. I’ve never understood why the lottery even exists… Surely, a better way for those jackpot amounts to be spent would be for the government to build a homeless shelter? Or even better yet, to buy homeless people homes and food and clothes? Not to give that money to someone who probably doesn’t need it… Well, that’s what this story is about…

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Fairy Loot Unboxing April 2017

Fairy Loot Unboxing April 2017

At the time of writing this, it’s 5:30pm and I have just got back from a rubbish and stressful day at work. But then I saw that my Fairy Loot box had arrived and I was so excited that I instantly forgot about work, ran upstairs and opened it.

This month’s theme was ‘Dreams and Wishes’

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The Help by Kathryn Stockett

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

The Help was another book that I had to read for university, alongside The Color Purple. I knew that The Help was a newer book than The Color Purple so I was a bit weary that it wouldn’t be as good (I don’t know why I thought this, but I just thought that Stockett wouldn’t capture the racism of 1962 in Mississippi. 

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