favourite book [historical]

I’m going to cheat with this one, and so this one will be my favourite standalone historical novel, at this present moment. I love this genre, so I may be updating this one in the near future.

I still haven’t managed to finish this review for this book, but it is one of my favourites of 2015. I love the beautiful writing and the way that the book is structured, you follow the life of both Marie and Werner, during WWII. You get two different perspectives and it’s so well written and done that you can’t help but fall in love with the characters and the story.

My Month of Reading [3]

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This month, once again, has been a really slow month, I have had a lot going on in my life, and reading just hasn’t been a priority.

I finished three books this month, two I liked and one I really didn’t. I think that this month I have found a book that I really loved and will probably be rereading for years to come; All The Light We Cannot See. 

Although it took me a little while to get through, I absolutely adored the prose and the storyline, it was a nice refreshing read, and I was so glad that it was on this month’s reading. It is definitely one of my favourite books of this year.

So that was March’s reading, what did you read this month?

Weekend Reads [17]

I am making my way through All The Light We Cannot See, and LOVING it. I haven’t the words to explain my love for this book, well not right now anyway. It is going to be a really busy week for me this week, but I’m so hoping to finish it because I feel I really need to.

I will be posting my month of reading, and having a whole new TBR up for this next month. Exciting times? I was looking for a new series to post, so if you guys can let me know what you would want or like reading about then please let me know.

Weekend Reads [15]

I have finally finished John Dies at the End and I really didn’t like it. There was funny parts in it and I enjoyed those parts but for the most of it I had no idea what was going on and how the events linked together. By the end I was SO glad to see the back of it and move onto something new.

I am now reading All The Light We Cannot See which is going so much better. I’m really excited to see where it’s going to go. I adore the fact that everything is told from the different sides, it definitely gives me a different perspective and challenges where my predetermined sympathies lie as well.