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In which I'm mobile again

Curled up with a Percocet last night, and I’m able to stand and walk around normally now. No idea what the deal was.

I’m also a chapter away from finishing Ron Chernow’s 800+-page biography of Alexander Hamilton, which has me hugely excited; I’ve loved the book, but it’s taken me forever to read and I’ve been seriously jonesing for fiction again lately.   413 altre parole


Man Booker Prize awarded to Paul Beatty for "The Sellout"

The 2016 Man Booker Prize for Fiction was awarded to Paul Beatty for his political satire “The Sellout.” This was the first time an American was honored with the award; U.S. 21 altre parole


Little reviews // October 2016

I’ve got three little reviews this month – one a new release that I’ve been waiting for for a year, and two audiobooks that were spur of the moment downloads and were both fantastic. 616 altre parole


5 Books I Loved at School

Now technically I didn’t read all of these books at school because, well, my school life is a little unusual! However two of the books…or plays, on my list I read as part of my GCSE year, which in normal circumstances would have been at school. 453 altre parole


Book Review: Code Frostbite by John Darling

Code Frostbite is a near-future world where humanity is on the brink of destruction.

There’s a deep background for the character to explore within this dangerous world.   220 altre parole


WWW Wednesday: 26 October, 2016

WWW Wednesday is hosted each week by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words!

What are you currently reading?

The Fever Code by James Dashner- I’m a little over halfway through it and I’m really enjoying it so far! 95 altre parole


Why Am I Reading Bond?

Not ‘why (you should) read Bond’, but ‘why (on earth) am I reading Bond’?

They’re as dated as you might expect. Bond is a terrible spy, mainly achieving his goals by stumbling into coincidences or being invited to work for the villain (at least once once in an admin role, of all things). 456 altre parole