I read this book for university and highly enjoyed it. It’s now one of my favourite classics and I think if I reread it for fun at some point, it will definitely get the 5 out of 5 stars.
I listened to this on audiobook and although I enjoyed it, I found that it was a little too young for me overall. The characters became quite irritating but I think this is because to me they were a little too immature for me to connect to. However I would recommend this to younger YA or middle grade readers.
This is a unique and mesmerising book that takes the unusual world of a bee hive and adds aspects of dystopia, religion, motherhood, belonging and survival. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and would highly recommend it.
This is an imaginative and fantastical children’s book that combines the dark mysticism of Neil Gaiman with magical illustrations. I thoroughly enjoyed it and am glad that I now have such a beautiful book on my shelves.
This is a tiny short story collection with three stories in 76 pages and although I liked the writing style, I found the stories to be a bit bland and uneventful. Although I’m glad I finally read a little more of Fitzgerald’s work, I was disappointed with the reading experience overall.
The Rabbit Back Literature Society is an intriguing and mysterious book that can only be described as strange and a little unsettling at points but in a way that keeps you reading to the very end.