THE SUNDAY REVIEW | I HUNT KILLERS – BARRY LYGA

  I’ve had this on my shelf for a very long time, and when I was going through my hidden books on one of the double-stacked shelves looking for some to get rid of, I figured I might as well give this one a try. It’s the story of Jasper Dent, whose father is the most notorious serial killer in… Read more »

THE SUNDAY REVIEW | LOVE, NINA: DESPATCHES FROM FAMILY LIFE – NINA STIBBE

  After having this on my shelf since shortly after its release, I finally picked it up because I found out it had been adapted to a mini-series starring Helena Bonham Carter. As most of us do, I prefer to read the book before watching the adaptation, so I figured I might as well get around to giving it a… Read more »

BOOK BLOGGER HOP | MY LOVE OF READING IN ONE SENTENCE

  This Week’s Prompt: In one sentence, describe your passion for reading. Reading has allowed me to see myself, other people, and the world in different ways and has given me a way to escape boredom and pain. Well, that was a short one! I’d love to hear your own one-sentence summary of your reading life – share in the… Read more »

THE SUNDAY REVIEW | DEAR IJEAWELE, OR A FEMINIST MANIFESTO IN FIFTEEN SUGGESTIONS – CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE

  This was the perfect book at the perfect time. I loved Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s book We Should All Be Feminists – it was so matter of fact and to the point. It didn’t second guess itself or feel the need for justification or apology – it simply stated how things are, and in doing so cut straight to the truth… Read more »

BOOK BLOGGER HOP | A BOOK THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

  This Week’s Prompt: Name a book that changed your life. This is a hard one, because I feel like there are so many books that have deeply affected me, and that have changed some part of how I view the world. So I’m going to go with probably the first book that had a really massive impact on me:… Read more »