I think that our speech should be conscientious of the sensibilities of others, just as I agree with the biblical adage; "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
I did enjoy the concept of 'the trials,' as it gave the story an instrumental sense of adventure...I thought that Trinity was a lot of fun to read.
I enjoyed the summer contemporary feel and the romantic aspect of the novel, the latter of which did feel organic and not overly clichéd, but which could've used a bit more contrast in comparison to other novels of the same genre.
One of the most crucial signs when you know you're a bookworm, apart from buy-a-new-book-everytime-you-walk-into-a-bookshop syndrome and always having a book with you for every excursion, is reading slumps.
Commuting hosts a series of mostly comedic anecdotes about the wonders and perils of the London underground. If you're a frequent commuter like the author, then you'll probably relate to most of this book
Hey Bookworms! My reading month is looking pretty dismal so far and at this rate, I'll be happy if I complete at least one book. I'll never understand how some readers can complete upwards of 15 books in a month...FREAK readers is what I've decided to call them. Those people that can transcend the the... Continue Reading →
The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle was written by Steven Turton and was published in 2018 by Raven Books, a crime-thriller and horror imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing. It was later published in the U.S. as The 7 ½ Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle
·٠•●♥ Hey Bookworms!♥●•٠·˙ I hope you're enjoying whatever you're reading this weekend. Feel free to share also, I could always use more recommendations. 😉 I recently posted my latest Booktube Review on VOX by Christina Dalcher, my current Book Of The Month! See below to view it and also if you're feeling especially charitable today,... Continue Reading →