Monthly Archives: December 2015

“Monsters of Men” (Chaos Walking #3) by Patrick Ness

I did it! I finished the Chaos Walking trilogy! And in only ten days! This may actually be a personal best for me. Chaos Walking was a story that continued to evolve right up until the final moments of the story. In The … Continue reading

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#MyLifeInBooks

So, as you may have noticed, I hardly ever do book tags anymore. I’m not entirely sure why I stopped. I just realised the other day that I just stopped doing these tag things. Anyway, I found this tag on … Continue reading

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“The Ask and the Answer” (Chaos Walking #2) by Patrick Ness

I read the last few pages of this book aloud to my boyfriend, trying to explain in Ness’ own words why he should be reading this series. Ness is simply a genius. Ness has this amazing ability to tie in … Continue reading

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“The Knife of Never Letting Go” (Chaos Walking #1) by Patrick Ness

When you read a lot, and people you’re acquainted with start to realise that, they always ask you the same question. “Who’s your favourite author?” And there are always a few names that immediately come to mind. I call these … Continue reading

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“The Beast’s Garden” by Kate Forsyth

The Beast’s Garden is a work of genius. Pure and simple. I could almost leave my review there, but I should probably explain myself. I originally picked up this book because I am obsessed with Beauty and the Beast. I have … Continue reading

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“Welcome to Night Vale” by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

Honest to God, I don’t think I have ever read a book that is weirder than this one. And I have read Kurt Vonnegut. As well as a book called The Thirteen and A Half Lives of Captain Bluebear which had … Continue reading

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