Review: Everless by Sara Holland

As soon as I heard the premise of Everless, I knew I had to read it. Even with all the events surrounding Christmas, I still got home and read until the early hours because it was completely compelling. The novel is set in a world where time is literally money. Your time – an hour, … Continue reading Review: Everless by Sara Holland

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2017 Goals

I was at the Bologna Book Fair last week, which means being collected at 4.30 a.m. on a Sunday morning. Presumably as a result of sleep deprivation, I always seem to end up having profound conversations with the taxi driver, and this time it was about how ‘the one thing given to all of us equally is … Continue reading 2017 Goals

Why my life would be better if I didn’t commute

Completely unsurprisingly I got exasperated on the way home today. There have been speed restrictions on the trains since this morning because of a broken bit of track, so I was lucky I wasn’t late for work. However, I was late to my evening-at-home-relaxing, so that was annoying. (Not to mention the woman who pushed … Continue reading Why my life would be better if I didn’t commute

‘The Time Keeper’ by Mitch Albom

I read a few books in April but have decided to review The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom. The blurb of the book immediately appealed to me, and having enjoyed his previous work I decided to give it a read. As usual, there will spoilers. The book begins by switching between three characters: Sarah, who … Continue reading ‘The Time Keeper’ by Mitch Albom