Ready Player One was such an amazing and exciting novel, and so different from anything I’ve come across before.

Set in 2044, the novel set the scene in a future that is, disturbingly, not too hard to imagine – as we consumed more and more, the effect we had on the planet, its resources and each other became harder for everyone to cope with. Poverty now runs rife in North America as the rich became richer and the poor became poorer. People tried to pack up their belonging and drive their families elsewhere – anywhere – but as petrol became unaffordable, cars and other vehicles were abandoned on highways. As others were no longer able to afford their mortgages, they moved their families into camper vans in trailer parks. This became more and more common, but involved caravan parks running out of space to house everyone, so the concept of stacking the caravan son top of one another came about and it is in these communities, now found everywhere and known as ‘the stacks’, that we meet Wade Watts.… View Post

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl was such an unusual and hilarious book. Told from the main character, Greg Gaines’ perspective, we are given an insight into Greg’s life at high school right from the time he learns that a girl he went to Hebrew School with when he… View Post

I really, really loved this. It’s been a while since I had a book that I just wanted to power though (it was almost painful having to stop to do normal like things like, sleep eat, work, when all I wanted to be doing was reading!) – but this one… View Post

    This was an interesting read in that it really should have been a book I love, but it just wasn’t. I actually really struggled to get through this – and honestly, I normally give up on books that I’m not really enjoying, so I don’t actually know why I… View Post

I read this book last year, so it’s taken me a while to write this, but this was one of those books that I have not stopped thinking about since finishing it. Considering I read it in October, that’s saying something! This is definitely one of my favourite books of all… View Post