The Humans

Title: The Humans Author: Matt Haig Pages: 291 My copy: Canongate Books, 2014 Rating: 4.5/5 Blurb: There’s no place like home. Or is there? After an ‘incident’ one wet Friday night where he is found walking naked through the streets of Cambridge, Professor Andrew Martin is not feeling quite himself. Food sickens him. Clothes confuse him. Even his loving wife and … More The Humans

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Disney book tag

A combination of Disney and books – what could be better? Thank you to the lovely Aneta over at Inspire Script for tagging me; you should definitely take a look at her blog and her own writing because it’s pretty cool. The Little Mermaid – A character that is out of their element, a ‘fish out … More Disney book tag

50 followers 💙

I just wanted to thank all the wonderful people who have supported and followed my blog so far. I’m completely amazed to have gained 50 followers in just a week and a half of starting my blog, I didn’t think 5 people would be interested!  Thank you again to the lovely book blogging community for … More 50 followers 💙

The LIEBSTER Award

A big thank you to the wonderful bookmarkchronicles for the nomination! If you haven’t checked out her blog, you definitely should! My nominations for this award are: Daniela at books-to-get-lost-in Sydney at booksandstuff Glaiza at glimmer of happiness The questions are: Questions: Best book you’ve read so far this year? Favorite place to read? How do spend … More The LIEBSTER Award

J.G. Ballard’s ‘Voluntary Prisoners’: Dystopian Architecture and Space in ‘High-Rise’ and ‘The Enormous Space’

Following on from my review of J.G. Ballard’s ‘High-Rise’, I thought I’d post my essay that I mentioned for anyone that is interested. It goes a bit more in-depth into the utopia / dystopia balance, and explores the concept of dystopian architecture with the novel, alongside Ballard’s short story ‘The Enormous Space’ I hope you … More J.G. Ballard’s ‘Voluntary Prisoners’: Dystopian Architecture and Space in ‘High-Rise’ and ‘The Enormous Space’