22: When I Hit You – Meena Kandasamy

Book 22/52 – When I Hit You, Meena Kandasamy (2017). Bristol Central Library. Apologies for any technical difficulties book fans. I went on holiday and completely forgot that I had scheduled a post. But thank you for the likes for the blank page people. I feel very supported. I had a lovely time in Crete – lots of sunshine and lots of reading, but more … Continue reading 22: When I Hit You – Meena Kandasamy

21: The Hogfather – Terry Pratchett

Book 21/52 – The Hogfather, Terry Pratchett (1996). Flat mate loan. Happy Friday everybody! Normally I am the 1st person to hop on the ‘TGIF’ train, but this week has been a little different. I’ve been doing some work experience with the charity I work for’s legal team. So it’s been a super interesting week in all honesty, not too mention hectic on account of … Continue reading 21: The Hogfather – Terry Pratchett

20: The Call of the Weird – Louis Theroux

Book 20/52 – The Call of the Weird: Travels in American Subcultures, Louis Theroux (2005). Flat mate loan. A return to normalcy folks with a new book review! I’m spending the weekend down in Devon, visiting the family and (hopefully) the beach, so thought now was as good a time as any to get down to some reviewing! Who doesn’t love a bit of Louis … Continue reading 20: The Call of the Weird – Louis Theroux

15: World Mythology in Bite-Sized Chunks – Mark Daniels

Book 15/52 – World Mythology in Bite-Sized Chunks, Mark Daniels (2016). The Works, Gloucester – £1.50 Ok firstly I just want to make something clear. I do not make it my mission to tour The Works stores of Britain. It just so happens I’ve really cut down on my spending since joining the world of work and the Works is the only place I let … Continue reading 15: World Mythology in Bite-Sized Chunks – Mark Daniels

14: The Help – Kathryn Stockett

Book 14/52 – The Help, Kathryn Stockett (2009). The Works, Tiverton – £1.50 Good day to you book fans. Apologies for the lateness of the review this week.  I’m sure you’ve all been waiting on tenterhooks. Weekend was a little hectic – what with Saturday being my first lie-in and the 1st sunny day in a long while. It would have been rude not to … Continue reading 14: The Help – Kathryn Stockett