The Power Naomi Alderman Review 

When I first heard about The Power my initial thoughts were FINALLY. Finally someone has written something about women becoming powerful. Women being treated like equals, having rights. An end to the oppression and gender inequality. It seemed like a cross between the Hunger Games and the suffragette movement. For the first half The Power … Continue reading The Power Naomi Alderman Review 

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The Teacher – Review 

I wasn't sure what to expect from The Teacher. As debut novels go we all know they can leave something wanting but in this case I was not disappointed.  The Teacher is set in the English Countryside and opens with the supposed suicide of a Headmaster at a private boys school. We soon find out … Continue reading The Teacher – Review 

All She Ever Wished For Review

I've often heard that Claudia Carroll writes like Marian Keyes and Cecelia Ahern but felt doubtful that anybody could live up to the masters of Irish Chic Lit fiction. All She Ever Wished For was therefore a pleasant surprise. Witty, warm and just like cuddling up in your favourite chair with a cup of tea … Continue reading All She Ever Wished For Review

Pottermore Presents Review 

Tonight I excitedly purchased the three, new short stories by JK Rowling and here's what I thought:  Power, Politics and Poltergeists is the first in the series of short stories written by JK Rowling and published under Pottermore Presents. The stories are available for free on the Pottermore Website but if like me you just … Continue reading Pottermore Presents Review