Book Review | Songs in Ursa Major by Emma Brodie

This review has been written as part of the blog tour for Songs in Ursa Major. Thank you to the team at Harper Collins for allowing me to take part, and for sending me copies of this excellent debut novel. ⭐⭐⭐⭐✨(4.5/5) [ad • PR Product] TW: drugs, addiction When Jane Quinn steps onto the stage … Continue reading Book Review | Songs in Ursa Major by Emma Brodie

Book Review | The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

⭐⭐✨✨(2.75/5) [ad • review copy] Received via NetGalley.When Solène's ex-husband tells her that he cannot take their daughter, Isabelle, to a concert and meet and greet for world-famous boyband August Moon, none of them realise that Solène acting as chaperone instead will be the start of something big. Meeting Hayes Campbell, a member of August … Continue reading Book Review | The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

Audiobook Review | This Lovely City by Louise Hare, read by Karise Yansen and Theo Solomon

⭐⭐⭐⭐✨(4.5/5)TW: racism, death of child, rapeSet in post-war Britain, after the arrival of the Empire Windrush, This Lovely City follows Lawrie as he navigates his new life in London. Lawrie has found a home, work and has fallen for his neighbour, Evie, but a terrible discovery is going to bring up secrets, bad feelings, and … Continue reading Audiobook Review | This Lovely City by Louise Hare, read by Karise Yansen and Theo Solomon

Book Review | Heartstopper Vol. 3 by Alice Oseman

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(5/5)Contains spoilers for Vol. 1 & 2TW: homophobia, mental health, eating disorder, self harmFollowing on from where we left off, Nick and Charlie are together, but will they feel comfortable with other people knowing?I liked that Oseman gives us Nick's diary as a recap of what we need to know before this volume, I think … Continue reading Book Review | Heartstopper Vol. 3 by Alice Oseman