Wonder Book Review

Wonder: Book Review By Willow.
5 out of 5 stars

Please welcome on board our special guest reviewer Willow!

Willow is 12 years old and lives in the UK, in a small town in Dorset. She has a younger brother and sister. Her hobbies are singing, reading books, and playing the piano. She also enjoys running and after school club activities.


Wonder is a wonderful book written by R. J. Palacio. Continue reading “Wonder Book Review”

A Confederacy of Dunces Book Review

A Confederacy of Dunces: Book Review by Tina

5 stars


A Confederacy of Dunces Book Review

A Confederacy of Dunces Review

Ignatius J Reilly. Morbidly obese, slovenly, flatulent, more often than not extremely rude, yet highly educated and articulate, and at constant battle with modern society, its myriad perversions and the people living in it who dare commit “egregious offenses against taste and decency”.

This 30-year-old behemoth lives with his long-suffering mother Irene on Constantinople St, in 1960s New Orleans, unemployed and surviving on Irene’s welfare checks. Which suits him fine as he spends most of his days stuffing himself with cakes washed down with Dr Nut, while writing vectives and essays about his worldview and the disintegration of society. Continue reading “A Confederacy of Dunces Book Review”

Where’d you go, Bernadette Book Review

Where’d you go, Bernadette: Book Review by Tina

5 stars


Where did you go Bernadette Book


Please welcome on board our special guest reviewer Tina!

Tina lives in the UK and works as a business journalist for the medical technology industry. When she is not reporting on the latest gizmos that keep your ticker ticking, Tina ricochets between a multitude of extracurricular activities to combat the bouts of existential crises that increasingly plague her with age. She enjoys reading books that she wishes she could have written instead of guiltily watching series after series of TV shows on Netflix.


Fifteen-year-old Bee Branch requests as a reward for her perfect grades a family trip to Antarctica, much to the chagrin of her agoraphobic mother, Bernadette Fox.

Nonetheless, Bernadette pushes through her misgivings and sets her “virtual assistant” in India, Manjula, to making preparations for the trip.

Then Bernadette vanishes two days before Christmas without leaving a trace – or so everyone thinks. Bee, exasperated by her father’s stonewalling, is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery by piecing together information from a variety of sources. Continue reading “Where’d you go, Bernadette Book Review”