Weekly reading for my English Literature with writing degree… East, West by Salman Rushdie Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift All the Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy My Antonia by Will Cather
…that sums up your life! I feel like this quote sums up my life! I ponder my perplexing thoughts too much that they come out and are complexly misconstrued. The reason why I love reading so much is because I can escape my life. They don’t judge me or make me feel unwanted or stupid.
IMDB- 7.5 OUT OF 10 ROTTEN TOMATOES – 83% Cast Julianne Moore Kristen Stewart Kate Bosworth Hunter Parrish Alec Baldwin based on Novel by lisa genova […]
The magical thing about Rainbow Rowell’s writing is that it is effortless to read; one moment you are on page one and getting to grips with the characters and delving into their lives and the next you’re completely mesmerized and captivated by the disequilibrium of the narrative. This is the goodread description of the novel […]
It took me around seven hours to complete this book; the writing style was not complex so it was a fun, quick and entertaining read. I know Zoe received a lot of unnecessary press surrounding this book but I honestly do not care if she received helped when writing it because all that matters is […]
Fangirl follows Cather throughout her journey of self discovery, falling in love and gaining an unlikely friend for life. I really connected with her shy, awkward and introvert personality, I am currently in my first year at university and I have found the transition between college to university surprisingly difficult. So, to read this book was […]
Let me just rewind back to when I first discovered the captivating and overwhelming book that is THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. While reading it I could feel my perspective on life shift and I found myself questioning my purpose of life. “What did I want to achieve?”, “Am I making the most out of […]