‘A Moveable Feast’ by Ernest Hemingway

A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway My rating: 5 of 5 stars ‘A Moveable Feast’ gave me a wonderful insight to Hemingway’s early life in Paris and the Lost Generation. I particularly enjoyed his descriptions of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. It is hard to decipher whether or not ‘A Moveable Feast’ is a memoir or […]

‘A Christmas Carol’ Review

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Ghost of Christmas Yet-to-Come is more terrifying than I remember! Like in many of his other novels, Dickins perfectly describes the uncomfortable reality of the poor in Victorian England. Nevertheless, the happy ending brings hope to a capitalist world. View all my […]

University update: End of term 1!

Hello everyone! I have been meaning to write a blog post to update you all on how university is going, but I’ve been so busy reading, studying, and partaying, that I have had no time! Overall I am throughly enjoying it. You do get ups and downs, but that comes with anything really. First of […]

Books, glorious books!

Hello everyone, I am a great lover of books and am constantly buying more and more. Because of this, I try to buy copies second hand. Not only is this cost effective, but, more importantly, it is much better for the environment! Here are some books that I have picked up in the last month. However, a […]

Bookclub: To Read!

Hello everyone! Today this post will be specially dedicated to my fellow bookworms.. I have finally been starting to use my GoodReads account, and you may have noticed added some ‘To Read’ books at the bottom of my blog…  If you have not checked yet, here is the list: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. […]