YOU. Yup, still watching and loving ‘You’. I’m getting through it as slowly, because I’m watching it in conjunction with my partner, and he keeps dosing off. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. I actually really enjoyed this, but to be fair…I’ve enjoyed all of the Resident Evil films, because I accept them for what they… Read More Weekly Roundup 03/02/19; What I’ve been watching, reading, playing, listening to.
YOU. I actually read the book a good few years ago, and I do believe I have the sequel, Hidden Bodies on my old Kindle. I really enjoyed the book, and I am absolutely loving the Netflix adaptation. Joe is as deliciously creepy as he was in the book, and the actor portraying him…woah. That… Read More Weekly Roundup 27/01/19; What I’ve been watching, reading, playing, listening to.
I love to read, it’s one of my favourite pastimes. It’s peaceful, it’s just a really wonderful way to spend any free time that I have. The only problem I have with reading, is that generally…you need to be static. I mean, it’s kind of difficult to cook dinner, while reading. Or trying to read… Read More Audiobooks, and why I no longer dismiss them
Ghost Virus by Graham Masterton, read by Mark Meadows. Purchased through Audible via their monthly subscription (£7.99 per month, giving you 1 credit/1 free book per month), regular price is currently £21.99. The total listening time is 12 hours and 11 minutes. I initially discovered this book on Kobo, as it came up in my… Read More Ghost Virus by Graham Masterton
You know when a book is so good, that once you’ve finished it (like 7 times), when you try to read something else – but all that’s in your head is how freaking amazing the last book was. Yea. That. I love Sarah J. Maas, I am in love with her writing. I’m a huge… Read More The Book Hangover
So, it’s that time of the year again, kids. The Christmas tree is up, the fairy lights are twinkling, there’s glitter everywhere and I have the need to read Christmas books. With a twist. I don’t do romance novels, never have, probably never will. I don’t want a nice festive fairytale romance or any shtako… Read More Books to read over the festive period: Snow by Ronald Malfi
Let me start by saying that I was really looking forward to reading this book, and hopefully getting interested in the ‘Lizzy Gardner’ series. Unfortunately, that’s not to be. The overall story idea is a good one – teenager gets abducted, eventually escapes, grows up to teach other young women how to defend themselves, bad… Read More Abducted