The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

After a long summer break (though we are well into autumn) me and Katja decided to read one of Jen Campbell's recommendations and that was The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, a book written by Rachel Joyce. Harold Fry is a retired man living in a small village in the south of England with his... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Snow Witch by Rosie Boyes

The Snow Witch is children's book written by Rosie Boyes who also wrote Clemmie's War (you can read the review here). Like the first book, I also enjoyed reading this one as well, though I have to admit that I love this one more than the previous book. It's a story about a brother and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Individutopia by Joss Sheldon

Indvidutopia is a dystopian book written by Joss Sheldon. Before being an author, Joss Sheldon has a degree from the London School of Economics, so he knows the topic he writes about. The story of Individutopia takes place in the year 2084 in London in a world where society doesn’t exist any more, only an... Continue Reading →

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