Rachel reviews Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata.
I am back on the book spree and have found myself more absorbed in the world of BookTube than ever before. Back on this wagon, I picked up V.E. Schwab's first book in the Monsters of Verity duology: This Savage Song. First off, a basic blurb: Kate Harker and August Flynn are the heirs to… Continue reading Quick Review: This Savage Song by V.E. Schwab
After re-reading To Kill a Mockingbird on my holiday in Kos, I was eagerly anticipating the release of Harper Lee's sequel. I loved To Kill a Mockingbird for Lee's original voice and Scout's rebellious nature as well as the interesting dialogue it created about race in America. It's a classic, truly. It is honest and… Continue reading Rachel Reads: Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee
Everyone loves a good crime thriller. Death, tension, mystery and the chase - what's not to love. Post Mortem is definitely a crime thriller but it's the first one I've ever read which has been based in the UK. There's something very different about UK crime books in comparison to the pageantry of American thrillers.… Continue reading Rachel Reads: Post Mortem by Kate London
During my reading drought, I was struggling to read anything that was considered classic or a bit more complex. So in any time of need, I turn to YA especially YA of my past which I have never finished. Matched is the first of a trilogy and a book I loved in high school but… Continue reading Rachel Reads – Matched by Ally Condie
Much of my exam study time was spent pinning for the next volume of the Rat Queens. I love Wiebe's world and the Rat Queens are the ultimate female role models being as badass as possible. The art work is also stunning which is by Roc Upchurch and Stjepan Sejic. If you haven't read my… Continue reading Rachel reads – Rat Queens volume 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N’rygoth
Back again to Horror but it's certainly in a different vein from my usual choices. I say that because it's Japanese horror and its subject matter is not something I would usually enjoy. As always, basic blurb: Two short novels, including the title story and Black Fairy Tale, plus a bonus short story. Summer is… Continue reading Rachel Reads: Summer, Fireworks and My Corpse by Otsuichi