Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

  I spent an entire day reading this book and while I have not announced a TBR list I am taking part in Read the Olympics which officially started on Sunday 14th June.  . It was very relaxing and I started the next book straight away.  This is a series that I have read onceContinue reading “Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan”

Kingdom of Ash Review

I read this book during May and to be honest I have been putting it off.  Medeivalathon gave me the additional motivation to read this gigantic book.  I had been looking forward to reading the conclusion of the series but  such a large book can be off putting.  The plots are mostly tied up inContinue reading “Kingdom of Ash Review”

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets a Review

A few weeks ago I started reading the Harry Potter series again, and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is one of my least favourites in the series though it was the first one I ever read. My version is probably about twenty years old (which really shocks me when I think about howContinue reading “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets a Review”

Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas Book Review

This book is one I was avoiding.  While I have loved the Throne of Glass series so far I knew from the beginning of the book that the main characters who we have been following until this point would not be appearing. I started this book more than once and until May I was notContinue reading “Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas Book Review”

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone a Review

The first book of the Harry Potter series, written by J. K Rowling was my first read of Medievalathon, and it covered the prompt for a book which has yellowed over time. This book is practically a classic for those who read young adult books, and there is an entire generation including me who readContinue reading “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone a Review”