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DIVIDE. ED SHEERAN. NO WORDS. (track-by-track review)

(sorry this is so long, I’m clearly just over-excited/obsessed/mentally unnerved by Divide’s brilliance – feel free to ignore everything I’m saying and just look at the pretty blue graphics)   Can we just all take a minute to let all other comparatively inane thoughts fade into insignificance, and devote our deserved attention on Divide, Ed… Continue reading DIVIDE. ED SHEERAN. NO WORDS. (track-by-track review)

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THE MARTIAN | REVIEW

*HAPPY NEW YEAR; HERE’S TO A HOPEFULLY FANTASTIC 2017 (to be fair though, there hasn’t really been a bar set, it’s 97% impossible to look bad compared to 2016)* Pages: 369 Genre: YA sci-fi/adventure/space  Links: Goodreads // Amazon // The Book Depository Recommend-Worthy: a light-hearted and easy-going yet grounded debut; I would definitely recommend (especially before you watch/instead of watching the… Continue reading THE MARTIAN | REVIEW

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Music Monday: Bastille, Wild World.

I’ve never participated in my friend Lauren @ Always Me’s “Music Monday” before, but I decided that the time was so apt owing to the release of one of my all time favourite artist’s second album. That being said, I still loved reading everyone elses’ music-inspired posts, and following their lead (because I am so suggestible), in… Continue reading Music Monday: Bastille, Wild World.

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September MiniReviews (#2)

by Sarah J. Maas Pages: 416 Published: May 5th 2015 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens  Genre: YA Fantasy, Romance Links: Amazon // Book Depository // Goodreads In lieu of the #ReadThemAllThon, I read A Court Of Thorns And Roses to access the Pewter City Gym Badge. I didn’t really know what to expect from it in all honesty; I’ve never read a… Continue reading September MiniReviews (#2)

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August round-up; September TBR (seriously, where are the months going?!)

This is now verging on ridiculous. It feels like just yesterday that I was doing my GCSEs, and looking forward to an ambitious summer ahead, and now it’s all suddenly behind me, and I’m facing the mad flurry of stationary, school-bags, and suits before returning to Sixth form in a week’s time. IT’S MAD! August… Continue reading August round-up; September TBR (seriously, where are the months going?!)