The future looks grim on The Wall, by John Lanchester

Short take: A dystopian that is surprisingly fun to read- the plot is interesting and it makes you think a lot about recent affairs of the world! Kavanagh is a British man, and he is serving his national duty on British coast- where now there is a giant Wall to keep "The Others" climbing in, … Continue reading The future looks grim on The Wall, by John Lanchester

This story starts after the world ends: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Welcome to my second from the last Blog tour, The Last 🙂 It would have been an amazing coincidence if this was the last, ha ha!   Did you like the Walking Dead?  I can describe this book a Walking Dead without Zombies! This was such a different read. I think the main reason I liked … Continue reading This story starts after the world ends: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Sometimes it lasts when reading, sometimes it hurts : My short, rocky patch with #Milkman

I heard that you're on Booker Longlist That you're a strong favourite, solid now I heard, that you're a dystopia I guess you'd gave me things Like others did to me Good book, why sentences so long Either finish the sentence Or start a paragraph I hate to DNF you like this, early unexpected but … Continue reading Sometimes it lasts when reading, sometimes it hurts : My short, rocky patch with #Milkman

The Water Cure and Washington Black : #ManBooker2018 #ReadingChallenge

I am back on my Man Booker 2018 reading challenge! My aim is to read as many books as I can until the shortlist arrives, which is mid September, then I'll probably continue on reading the shortlist. (sorry!) It's a weird selection of books this year, I can't say I am a fan of judges … Continue reading The Water Cure and Washington Black : #ManBooker2018 #ReadingChallenge