My Map of You – Isabelle Broom Book Review

When I began reading My Map of You I was prepared for an enjoyable but typical chick-flick - one with an obvious romance and some minor complication before it all ended happily ever after. What I didn't realise, was that there was going to be some added mystery, a range of amazing, funny characters and a …

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The Girl On The Train

With the extensive advertising appearing everywhere possible, you may be aware that the bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins has been transformed into a film which recently hit cinemas in the UK. The book was very well received by everyone who read it - including myself. It was exciting, scary and an addictive read. The only …

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Spoilers!

As the 1st Secretary to the Harry Potter Society at the University of Worcester and the Head of Ravenclaw, it was my duty to read Harry Potter and the Cursed Child when it was released on the 31st July 2016 (the birthdays of both Harry Potter and J K Rowling herself). As well as my …

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After You – Jojo Moyes (no spoilers)

Last year I read a book about assisted suicide, a topic which I then discussed in a blog posted on this website. Me Before You became an important story for the world, as it brought up a series of questions surrounding the topic. I, personally, believe in #DignityInDying and have explained my support for the …

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Me Before You – Book Discussion (Spoilers)

I bought Me Before You after hearing really good reviews; however, at first I didn't fully realise what the book was about. Coincidentally, I also began and finished reading this book during the week when MP's rejected the legislation of assisted dying. This is a topic I have felt passionate about since I learnt of …

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