Classics

Bronte Appreciation Post!

Jane Eyre has inspired me to read more about the Brontes, and once in, I have a feeling I’ll be staying on this part of the internet for a while. (Just an important side note: to mention how absolutely grateful this generation are to have such an enormous quantity of information at our disposal). So this post is about me… talking about The Brontes 🙂

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Tags, YA fantasy

folk of air book tag

Hey guys, welcome back to my blog. Today I’m doing a super fun tag which I was kindly tagged by my two of my favourite bloggers: Kaya and Blogger Books, totally go check out their blogs.

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Book Lists

Books I Wish Were LONGER!

Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog. Today I’m going to be talking about something I saw whilst blog-hopping. I don’t feel like I’ll need to explain myself too much because my readers are bookworms, and I’m sure we all know the feeling mixed with happiness and regret when finishing a favourite book.

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Book Reviews, Classics

Jane Eyre

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Rating: 5/5 stars

It is funny, but I only realised after having finished reading it, that this is the first Bronte book I have finished. I had started, strangely enough, Villette (now, after more research, I have realised this probably wasn’t the best first choice) a year back, which was the first bronte book for me to start, and I stopped after a while, very much bored. Then, a few months later, I got halfway through Wuthering Heights, after labouring through it for a whole month, and then gave up. Then almost a year later, I have picked up Jane Eyre and devoured the majority of it within two days.

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Book Reviews, islamic fiction, no romance

Musa and the Blade

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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (I liked it!)

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*Thank you to the author for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review* – I also realise there were some misconceptions in my review, so be sure to check the comments section as the author clears that up.

When an email popped up in my inbox asking if I’d be interested in reviewing a self-published Islamic-fiction book, as soon as I saw the words “Islamic-fiction” – trust me, I’d already made up my mind before I’d even read what the book was about. Which, in other cases may turn out to be a disaster, but in the case, it certainly was not so.

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memes

WWW Wednesday

A late WWW Wednesday post, indeed! At least for me, depends on where everyone else is in the world right now. Either way, I hope you’ve all had or are having a fabulous Wednesday, and that you’re not completely disintegrating mid-week because *cough* I totally am not *cough*. Anyways, on to books!

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