I blog about books because I love them. I feel with the TV and internet can make them feel under appreciated. Yes I understand that there's TV adaptions and fandoms but, I like actually discussing the Writers technique| character creation. / sentence structure/ background history. I'm quite a an English Language nerd really, sorry. Also … Continue reading Why do I blog about books?
Goodness there are so many, it's like asking me to pick my favourite child. The Cliffehaven by Ellie Dean Amy and Matthew by Cammie Mcgovern The Rizzoli and Isles series Wrapped up in you The Diary of Anne Frank The colour purple The help Skallagrigg Any Lesley Pearce
Thanks to Tess Gerritstien we now have two female heroines in the justice system to look up to and that translates from paper to screen. It's one of those fast paced thriller drama is well there and I passcode or a book where we end up caring about each of the characters. The way the … Continue reading Rizzoli And Ises on Page and Screen
The Tattooer is one of those novels that sticks with you. A man reduced to nothing carves a new life in a living hell, all for her. I'm only half way through but it feels like I'm there. A lot of biographies make you feel this way. That's how to work their way on the … Continue reading The Tatooier of Auschwitz
Mommie Dearest Genre: Memoir Synopsis: A tell all book about living with Joan Crawford, an abusive alcoholic told by her adopted daughter Christina. Summary: All I can say is wow. This book is definitely he definition of controversial: on the outside to the unsuspecting public it was the ultimate fairytale come true but for the … Continue reading Mommie Dearest by Christina Crawford: Book Review
What ever happened to baby Jane? Genre: Gothic Thriller Rating: 3/5 A story of two ageing actresses cooped up in a mansion filled with jealousy and murder. Summary: I read this book after watching Ryan Murphy's series Feud starring Susan Sarandon, a story surrounding Bette Davies and Joan Crawford - rivals who are filming the … Continue reading What ever happened to Baby Jane? by Henry Farrell: Book Review
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