REVIEW: The Layover by Lacie Waldon

In brief: Ava is on her last trip as a flight attendant before she settles down with her fiancé. But the plane is delayed in Belize, resulting in a layover with her nemesis that changes everything… The good: A different setting and aspect to the rom-com. The not-so-good: Sometimes I felt it needed a bit... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Before Your Memory Fades by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

In brief: Café Donna Donna in Hakodate also has the ability to transport customers to the past – as long as they return before the coffee gets cold. Here, four customers want to return to the past for different reasons. The good: Lovely to see the same café staff again. The not-so-good: Some of the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Contagion by Richard Gunderman

In brief: An illustrated book about many infectious diseases and those who discovered them, and made ground-breaking changes. The good: A succinct insight into some of the figures behind the big breakthroughs. The not-so-good: Not terribly in depth…and a few typos. Why I chose it: I like infectious diseases and I liked the way this... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Girlcrush by Florence Given

In brief: Eartha is stuck in a relationship past its use by date when her partner cheats on her. Freed from the relationship, her drunken video declaring her bisexuality on social media goes viral. Now Eartha belongs to the internet, and everyone has something to say. Will she be consumed by a social media giant?... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑