Monthly Archives: January 2013

Wuthering Heights

I’ve broken the rules again this week but I promise that it’s for a good reason. After careful consideration it became apparent that if I wanted to review this book I would have to choose the adaptation that I enjoyed the most, and I’ve seen quite a few. I first read ‘Wuthering Heights’ just over […]

The Hobbit (part 1)

I got this book from my Mum one summer holiday from a recommendation by primary school headteacher. I attempted to read it, knowing that it was loved by many, but found myself not even getting to the second chapter. I felt disappointed I just couldn’t get into it, but chose to leave, to read something […]

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

I loved this book and I hated this book. After I finished reading it, I felt I had enjoyed it; it didn’t cover anything groundbreaking, but there were some great bits, some fantastic quotes, and Charlie is one of the most likeable, genuine characters I’ve discovered in a while. I wouldn’t say it was in […]