‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

I’ve just finished my second read in as many days; clearly the sunshine in France is doing wonders for my aptitude to devour books. Today’s offering, medical memoir Flight Risk by Dr. Stephanie Green, was quite different to the crime/thriller novel I reviewed yesterday, Nomad by James Swallow, but it was no less enthralling. Title: … More ‘Flight Risk’ by Dr. Stephanie Green [Book Review]

‘Confessions Of A GP’ by Dr. Benjamin Daniels [Book Review]

After finishing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, no book grabbed my attention. As is so often the case with my own personal reading slumps, to completely escape them I need to read non-fiction. I followed my own advice (for once) and picked up Confessions Of A GP, and devoured it! Whilst it didn’t count … More ‘Confessions Of A GP’ by Dr. Benjamin Daniels [Book Review]

‘Keeping You A Secret’ by Julie Anne Peters [Book Review]

May has been a strange month for me, largely because I’ve not really felt like reading, and certainly not the books on my “currently reading” pile. As a result, I’ve been picking up books as and when I feel like reading them – no pressure, no obligation (and the fact they don’t align with my 2016 … More ‘Keeping You A Secret’ by Julie Anne Peters [Book Review]

‘Weird Things Customers Say In Bookshops’ by Jen Campbell [Book Review]

For the past couple of days I’ve been sick – in bed for 24 hours, watching Orange Is The New Black with a fever sick. The last thing I felt like doing was reading, especially anything heavy (such as Robinson Crusoe, which I really need to get on with for my next MA essay due in … More ‘Weird Things Customers Say In Bookshops’ by Jen Campbell [Book Review]

‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ by Julie Maroh [Book Review]

This afternoon, whilst purposely trying to avoid the terrifying Coriolanus essay I’ve got to write, I finished reading Blue is the Warmest Color, a graphic novel (one of the categories for the 2016 Reading Challenge) by Julie Maroh. It was the perfect (temporary) distraction from real-life. Title: Blue is the Warmest Color Author: Julie Maroh Released: 2010 Pages: … More ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ by Julie Maroh [Book Review]