Book Review, “With this man” by Jodi Ellen Malpas 📚

So! It came to my attention recently that I have never actually written any book reviews for the book series “This Man”… Which I thought was god damned strange since I have read the previous 3 and LOVED them all <3. Now, I have just read the 4th and last instalment in this book series and have decided I am going to give my review on this last book AND leave stars for all 4 books at the end, just so you all know what I rate the series as a whole for each book… I think that makes up for not reviewing each individually :(. So! Here goes! My review on Jodi Ellen Malpas’s recent book: With this Man. Blurb: Life is good for Jesse “The Lord” Ward. Perfect, actually. He still has the charm, he’s in great shape, and he still reduces his wife, Ava, to a pool of desire with a mere look. He’s in full control,

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Book Review, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” by J.K.Rowling 📚

Recently I reviewed Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone and now I am back reviewing “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” 😀 I hope you enjoyyyy! <3. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is my favourite book/film within the franchise. Now some people may find this weird as it is very early on within the book/film series to say “Oh my god that’s my favourite one” but! For me it is because of this simple fact; it is when everything begins to get darker. The Chamber of Secrets is the first book/film that gets incredibly dark, very quickly! For the petrifying of a young student and cat happening relatively early on for me as a child was pretty scary. Let alone the fact there is a weird disembodied voice flying around within both the book/film also, to say this voice scared the life out of me when I first heard it is an understatement… Especially on the PS1 game!

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Book Review, “Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone ” by J.K.Rowling 📚

Just starting to write this review my inner child is squealing! 😀 I am finally… after MANY previous reads… reviewing “Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone by J.K.Rowling”. Lets do this! 🙂 <3. (My own photographs are being used within this post)   SO! From an incredibly young age, I’d say around 6, my nan got me into a book series. This series was to be something that changed me as a little girl and even now as an adult. This was the Harry Potter book series. Me and my nan would have sleepovers; we would get a load of snacks, pop them onto a tray, I rather selfishly would kick my grandad out of his own bed for the night relegating him to the spare room 😮 (sorry grandad <3) and me and nan would sit with our snacks, a Harry Potter book and nan would read to me. She would read and read and read until I was falling asleep and

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Book Review, “Turtles all the way down” by John Green 📚

Book reviewing time, book reviewing timeeee. 📚 I will point out, I read this book before I saw the new year in! 😀 but I’m only just getting round to reviewing it. So! Here goes! 🙂   (Photo about from Pinterest! Couldn’t help but use it.. Look how CUTE it is   Blurb: “A hundred thousand dollars,” Daisy said. “And you know his kid.” The wait is over. After five years, the master of YA returns with an immediate, coming-of-age classic; John Green is back, and the book is Turtles all the Way Down. Meet Aza Holmes. She’s a teenager, bright but hemmed in by troubles: introverted, obsessed by bacteria and the transmission of disease, her every thought is edged by doubt and reflection.  Daisy, however, is her Best and Most Fearless Friend, and Daisy has a plan. A plan involving a missing billionaire and the promise of a hundred thousand dollar reward, money that could be theirs if only they could figure out

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Book Review, “Almost midnight” by Rainbow Rowell 📚

My first book review of 2018, I am BEYOND excited about this 😍👩🏻‍💻📚❤️. I finished “Almost Midnight” by Rainbow Rowell yesterday evening after having read it for about 4-5 hours! Here’s the blurb, and then I’ll get into the review. Blurb: “I need you to be my person. I need to see you. And hear you. I need you to stay alive. And I need you to stop kissing other people just because they’re standing next to you when the ball drops” This book contains “Midnight” and “Kindred Spirits” two short stories brought together for the first time with stunning illustrations” Now as you read above in the blurb, this book itself contains 2 short stories written by Rowell, I’ve decided to review each separately! 😄 can we just comment on how GORGEOUS the book itself is!? Look at those awesome colours and how the whole things looks together. I was beyond impressed with the prettiness of it.. I will

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Book Review, “Darker” by E L James 📚

Book reviewing time! Here is my review of the book “Darker” by Philippa E.L.James, let’s do this!   I reviewed E.L.James’ “Grey” back when it was released so it was only right that I reviewed “Darker” too, Book Review; E L James, “Grey” 📖🌎. Just like with “Grey” I absolutely loved the book, and much preferred it, from Christians point of view. To me it is much more real and relatable. Anna’s character is portrayed as a real girlie girl and just very very soppy, but Christian’s is like being in the mind of a real man. It shows what a man thinks when a woman acts a certain way and can be quite comical, but it’s also nice to see such a strong, hard faced character actually feels like around a woman he loves. It was very nice to see Grey admit he loves Anna too, not just to her but to himself! It being something the audience knew from

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Book Review; “The Taming of the Queen” by Philippa Gregory 📚

Book reviewing time! And, this will be the last Philippa Gregory book I review for a while I promise.. I have done so many of hers this year, well over the past 4-5 months anyway! So here is my review of the book “The Taming of the Queen” by Philippa Greogory, let’s do this! Blurb; Why would a woman marry a serial killer?  Because she cannot refuse…  Kateryn Parr, a thirty-year-old widow in a secret affair with a new lover, has no choice when a man old enough to be her father who has buried four wives – King Henry VIII – commands her to marry him.  Kateryn has no doubt about the danger she faces: the previous queen lasted sixteen months, the one before barely half a year. But Henry adores his new bride and Kateryn’s trust in him grows as she unites the royal family, creates a radical study circle at the heart of the court, and rules

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Book Review; “1536: the year that changed Henry VIII” by Suzannah Lipscomb 📚

Suzannah Lipscomb is one of my favourite historians, ever. In tv programmes such as: “The last days of Anne Boleyn”, “Henry VIII & his six wives” & “The Great Fire of London” just to name a few, her historical knowledge just flaws me every time. She truly is incredibly knowledgable, in a time period I love so dearly, Medieval. In particular she specialises in Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn, which you guys will be all to aware of, are my favourite historical figures. SO! Having said this, I had never read a book written by Suzannah, never. So I purchased one, this particular book took my attention starlight away! And here is my review of it, enjoy! ❤ Blurb; Henry VIII is known stereotypically as a corpulent, covetous, and cunning king whose appetite for worldly goods met few parallels, whose wives met infamously premature ends, and whose religion was largely political in intent. By focusing on a

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Book Review; “The Last Tudor”, by Philippa Gregory 📚

It’s book reviewing time guys and, again, I have chosen a book by my favourite, Philippa Gregory! 😀 The Last Tudor Blurb; ‘How long do I have?’ I force a laugh. ‘Not long,’ he says very quietly. ‘They have confirmed your sentence of death.  You are to be beheaded tomorrow.  We don’t have long at all.’ Jane Grey was Queen of England for nine days. Using her position as cousin to the deceased king, her father and his conspirators put her on the throne ahead of the king’s half-sister Mary, who quickly mustered an army, claimed her crown and locked Jane in the Tower. When Jane refused to betray her Protestant faith, Mary sent her to the executioner’s block. There Jane turned her father’s greedy, failed grab for power into her own brave and tragic martyrdom.   ‘Learn you to die’ is the advice that Jane gives in a letter to her younger sister Katherine, who has no intention of

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Book Review, “How I Magically Messed Up My Life in Four Freakin’ Days” by Megan O’Russell 📚

It’s another book review time! :D, my September monthly book review is of “How I Magically Messed Up My Life in Four Freakin’ Days” by Megan O’Russell. Now you might recognise that name from previous posts of mine and, you’d be right in thinking so! 😀 I recently reviewed her other novel Girl of Glass and loved it! So when Megan got in contact again to review her recent release, I couldn’t say no! I think she is a truly amazing author and love her different style of writing, a style of writing I didn’t think I’d actually enjoy, but, I really do.  (Picture from Megan’s twitter, @MeganORussell ) Here is the blurb;  Ever wanted to grow a five-story tall flower in central park? How about fight a deadly battle under the subway tunnels of Manhattan?  Don’t worry. I never wanted to either. But if you’re ever being chased by ladies made of mist and you have to save the girl with the sparkly

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