Synopsis: Ebenezer Tweezer is a youthful 511-year-old. He keeps a beast in the attic of his mansion, who he feeds all manner of things (including performing monkeys, his pet cat and the occasional cactus) and in return the beast vomits out presents for Ebenezer, as well as potions which keep him young and beautiful. But … Continue reading Blog tour: The Beast and the Bethany by Jack Meggitt-Phillips
Author: Michelle Harrison Publisher: Simon & Schuster Series or Standalone: Standalone Genre: Children's Fiction, Fantasy Source: Bought on Depop Goodreads Rating: 4.11 Buy it: 🌻Amazon 🌻 Book Depository🌻 " “Each of them holds a different kind of power. I call it a pinch of magic” Granny Widdershins Synopsis: Three sisters trapped by an ancient curse.Three magical objects with the power to change their fate.Will they be enough to break the … Continue reading Book Review: A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison
I'm going to prepare myself for some serious gasps and shouts of "how could you!" with this list! Keep reading to see some popular books I've not read yet and whether I ever plan to read them... 1.The Harry Potter Series by J.K.Rowling https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1474154022l/3.jpg I know... I know... I don't know how this happened either. … Continue reading Popular Books I Haven’t Read…
Author: Markus Zusak Publisher: Black Swan •2005• Series or Standalone: Standalone Genre: Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Fiction Source or Bought: Bought on a recent haul Goodreads Rating: 4.37 Buy it: 🌻 Book Depository 🌻 Amazon 🌻 “I have hated words and I have loved them, and I hope I have made them right.” Liesel Meminger Synopsis: HERE IS A SMALL FACT - YOU ARE GOING TO DIE 1939. Nazi … Continue reading Book Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Such a cute book! I was worried that I wouldn’t have the same appreciation of Jaqueline Wilson at 22 compared to when I was 12. However, it only took me a few pages to be completely invested in her story. The plot was fun and quick paced with familiar faces such as Cam and Justine Littlewood making appearances. I loved how the book addresses real issues that many young children go through.Primarily, Jess Beaker’s mixed feelings about her mum's new relationship.