Hallo, its review time. This time for Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami, which gives a very surprising result I think, so stick around and give it a read. x As you know, Haruki Murakami is my favourite author and I have finally finished Killing Commendatore. I definitely enjoyed the book as the atmosphere and characters … Continue reading Killing Commendatore Haruki Murakami
There are some super exciting reads coming up for me soon and there are also some pretty sick releases that I am looking forward to, so lets get into it! The books that I have already purchased and are to be read are: Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami (surprise surprise) a novel about more of … Continue reading My TBR’s and Book Wishlist.
In my effort to complete my Goodread's 2019 reading competition I decided to purchase a few more of Murakami's books because I have absolutely fallen in love with his writing. I haven't read enough of his work to have a holistic view, but I know enough to express how much it resonates with me and … Continue reading Reading Haruki Murakami.
Happy World Book Day! Who are you embodying this year? I thought this post would be rather fitting to post for today so I hope you enjoy! Over the last couple of years I have fallen in love with reading, regrettably I wasn't much of a reader when I was younger it simply didn't catch … Continue reading Reading 30 books in 2019
Thanks to my best friend for gifting me the Diary of a Young Girl AKA The Diary of Anne Frank, I have just finished the most moving and thought provoking book that I have ever read. Of course when I began the diary entries I knew that it would be a deeply sad and touching … Continue reading The girl who lived on.
Today's post will be quite different to others that I usually do. So instead of me just lecturing or writing on about a topic I thought I'd recommend some educational and lifestyle favourites that I have at the moment. Favourite People A while ago I watched an interview hosted by Russell Brand and I assumed that … Continue reading Bits that you should check out
H G Wells' 'The Time Machine' (1895), A novel that introduced the concept of a time machine to literature and its audiences. Written in the Victorian era where transport was mainly operated by horse and carriage, it is incredible to think that this one man conjured a story based on advanced technology and the inconceivable … Continue reading A Gentleman in the Year 802,000