When I first picked up this book, I saw that there was a picture of two girls in a fighting stance, and I thought that it would be one of those awful books full of stereotyped nonsense, but I decided to read the blurb and see. The blurb, however, was the thing that marked it…
This book was recommended to me by one of my friends… It’s a book that gave me all the feels, which I rarely get, and I’m going to do a short review at the end. For once, something that isn’t science fiction! (Affiliate links inside)
Review of The New Science of Strong Materials by J. E. Gordon
Review of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Review of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon
I’m so guilty of reading a brilliant book by rushing straight through it, enjoying the plot but not savouring the world or the characters unless I deliberately remind myself to do it.