Turns Out Middle Grade Books Are Easy To Get Through
I’m moving house in a couple of weeks, back to university. As I’ve been looking at my TBR list, I realised that I had a number of middle grade books in large series that I didn’t particularly want to take back with me, so I am trying to read them before I move. Hence why…arthur conan doyle, battle of the labyrinth, book, book blog, book blogger, book post, book reviews, books, books read, currentl, currently reading, gorgeous georgians, horrible histories, how to be an antiracist, ibram x. kendi, lightning thief, middle grade, mythology, percy jackson, rick riordan, sea of monsters, sherlock holmes, slimy stuarts, tbr, terry deary, titans curse, vile victorians, weekly wrap up, wra, wrap up, ya
Ever Alice Arc Review
It’s been a fair while since I have written a review, but as I am now getting more settled into university life, I have the time to devote to this blog again! I have missed this sooo much! I received this book for free in return for an honest review. Synopsis Alice’s stories of Wonderland…alice, alice in wonderland, am reading, arc review, book, book blog, book blogger, book review, book reviews, books, books read, currently reading, ever alice, h j ramsay, read, reader, reading, review, review copy, Reviews, ya, ya fantasy, ya fiction, young adult, young adult books, young adult fiction
The last book in Alice Broadway’s Ink trilogy came out on Thursday. Having thoroughly enjoyed the first two books Ink and Spark I was eager to get my hands on this lovely tomme.