November Reading

Another month of reading comes to a close and although the quantity of books remains a bit sparse, the quality was a delightful surprise… THE CRANES DANCE by Meg Howrey Published: 2012 My Rating: 4/5 I was initially pulled towards THE CRANES DANCE through booktube, and it definitely did not disappoint. Although it took me…

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Letters From a Parisienne…

If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that my partner Lewis and I are learning French together. This seems to be just another step towards being completely consumed by everything French and/or Paris related, and as a result I recently found myself nosing through HOW TO BE PARISIAN (wherever you are) for the…

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REVIEW // The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie

Published: 1922 My Edition: Rating: 3/5 Reading Agatha Christie has always been a nostalgic act for me. Although we weren’t very close, it reminds of the quiet afternoons I would spend with my grandparents as my Grandmother would indulge in her latest Christie acquisition. This became where my love for the classic crime fiction author…

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REVIEW // GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell

Published: 1936 My Edition: Here Rating: 4/5 Margaret Mitchell’s GONE WITH THE WIND is a classic tome that has intimidated readers for years since it’s publication. Myself included, GONE WITH THE WIND  became the book that most people knew the general idea of the story, but never bothered to pick up the novel (especially considering…

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