Foreword: So clearly my absence from posting has been the entire fault of Game of Thrones. You see, every week I am lucky enough to have a group of friends that watches GOT together. We all assemble at my friend's house, gorge ourselves on home cooked food and watch GOT on the large projector in the … Continue reading The Great Plague – Evelyn Lord
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Rating: 7.5/10 Review: I initially came across this book while trying to hunt down a copy of Smoke Gets In Your Eyes And Other Lessons From The Crematory which it turns out is extremely difficult to find in libraries (at least where I live. Brisbane can offer a suprising amount of experiences and high profile events … Continue reading Working Stiff – Judy Melinek and T.J. Mitchell
Foreword: I am soooo so sorry for not updating my blog as often as I had been before. I work in a tax & accountancy firm (not as an accountant, mind you) and end of financial year is always a savage, brutal time. The stress, long hours and deadlines can put quite a strain on … Continue reading Nightbird – Alice Hoffman
I love a bit of reflection and this year has passed way too quickly for my liking. So what better way to force myself into the present then to do a little exercise! Question 1 – The best book you’ve read so far in 2017 A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman. I honestly didn't … Continue reading The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag
Rating: 7/10 Review: When I checked this book out of my local library, I wasn't sure of what to expect. The library doesn't have a young adult section (it's... small. Very, very small). So I genuinely didn't know what style of book this would be. For the first time in a long time, I also … Continue reading The Ghost Hunters – Neil Spring