This was an unusual read for me. Romance just is not my genre but this was different, it was actually good!
Food Glorious Food! Hot sausage and mustard – make that a double sized portion and don’t hold the ketchup and chilli!
University. Did I initially choose the right course? No. I changed my mind seconds before I was due to enrol.
My flatmate and friend, Lizzie from It’s me, Lizzie has nominated me for this, what I call the ‘ice-breaker’ blog challenge.
A little girl, Heidi, moves into a rich lady’s house so that the lady’s daughter has a friend her age.
Date of visit: 20th April 2017- 28th April 2017 It is true what they say, New York’s sky is starless.
This world is believable and scarily enough, something that I could actually see this happening 50-60 years down the line.
Full of potential but unfortunately, disappointing. The world-building is great, the dystopian society is realistic but it has major flaws.
I love this book, probably my favourite Jaqueline Wilson book.The representation of the disabled protagonist is stunning, realistic and believable.