REVIEW: Anna, Lola and Isla

Quick summary: Romantic, relaxing and bloody cute! Rating: ★★★★★ Full synopsis of Anna and the French Kiss Lola and the Boy Next Door Isla and the Happily Ever After Also, Stephanie Perkins’ website is the prettiest thing ever, and I would recommend reading her books based solely on her aesthetic, no shame. This is a seriesContinue reading “REVIEW: Anna, Lola and Isla”

REVIEW: Dunkirk

  Quick summary: Detailed, intriguing, edge of the seat Rating: ★★★★ This contains spoilers… sorry!   The pre-conceived ideas I had of this film were that it was likely to be good and I was likely to enjoy it because 1) it was directed by Christopher Nolan, and 2) it is historical which is alwaysContinue reading “REVIEW: Dunkirk”

REVIEW: Delirium (series)

Full synopsis of Delirium (1), Pandemonium (2), and Requiem (3) Quick summary: The world the book is set in is interesting, but didn’t fully capture me. Rating: ★★★ This has spoilers – sorry! To be fair to this series, I did read it after I had just finished the ACOTAR series, which probably means I didn’tContinue reading “REVIEW: Delirium (series)”

REVIEW: A Court of Thorns and Roses (series)

Full synopsis of A Court of Thorns and Roses(1), A Court of Mist and Fury (2), and A Court of Wings and Ruin (3) Quick summary: Romantic, unpredictable, unbelievably addictive, and so well constructed! Rating: A Court of Thorns and Roses – ★★★★ A Court of Mist and Fury – ★★★★★ A Court of WingsContinue reading “REVIEW: A Court of Thorns and Roses (series)”

REVIEW: Shatter Me (series)

Full synopsis of Shatter Me, Unravel Me and Ignite Me

Quick summary: Slow starter, but once I got into it I did enjoy it.
Rating: Shatter me – 5/10
Unravel me – 7/10
Ignite me – 8.5/10

THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS, SORRY!

REVIEW: Slated (series)

Full synopsis of Slated , Fractured , and Shattered Quick summary: Enthralling, psychological and unpredictable. Rating: ★★★★★ I read Slated for the first time when I was about 14, and I don’t think I fully appreciated it. When I came back to this book, and finished the whole trilogy this year, it held a stronger poignancy andContinue reading “REVIEW: Slated (series)”