• 337

    337, by M. Jonathan. Lee

    Hi guys, how have you all been keeping lately? The lockdown is officially over here in England, something I’m feeling very thankful for. This got me wondering: is there anything in particular you’re feeling thankful for right now? Aside from feeling thankful for the end of lockdown, I’m also thankful for 337, one of my most recent reads. As a tale of abandonment, loss, and most of all, family, this contemporary page turner made for a pleasant and deeply emotional read. Please Note: The print…

  • The Latecomers

    The Latecomers

    Hi guys, good morning from a rather rain-streaked England. I hope you’re all well. Today, I’m reviewing The Latecomers, a contemporary novel by author Rich Marcello. About A retired, creative couple, Charlie and Maggie Latecomer, are seeking more from life. When Charlie finds himself restless, he takes a journey away to an island he frequented in his youth, to try and work through his bubbling unease. However, his visit back to the island is about to transform his and Maggie’s lives forever. Secret caves, a…

  • Anybody want to play war

    Anybody Want to Play War

    Hi guys, happy belated Christmas. I hope you’re all enjoying the festive season. Today, I’ll be discussing the short literary tale, Anybody Want to Play War, by Tommy. B. Smith. So, if you’re all settled, with your favourite drink by your side, let’s dive in. Summary In 1980, young Bryce Gallo is mauled by a rogue dog, leaving a nasty scar on his face. When he gets suspended from school for three days, Bryce decides to run away, finding himself a job in the process,…

  • The After Days, Amy Ginsberg

    The After Days

    ‘In a world without power, you need the power of friendship and love to survive.’ Hey guys, sorry it’s been a while since I last posted. It’s been a busy week with lots of ups and downs. Today’s review is for The After Days, by Amy Ginsberg. Although I wasn’t sure what genre this was (Goodreads didn’t list a specific genre), I feel like it sits on the fence between Contemporary Fiction and Dystopian Fantasy. Can you imagine a life without electricity, running water, or…