I Am Legend – Richard Matheson

This was a text on my reading list for university, but yet I only read it about a month after I was supposed to. I Am Legend was just not something I would ever reach for, maybe due to it’s science fiction genre and me not really being into that sort of thing it was… Continue reading I Am Legend – Richard Matheson


The Prisoner of Heaven – Carlos Ruiz Zafón

All books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón have a special place in my heart and I believe that I have in fact read every single one of them (no shame). So naturally, when I stumbled upon The Prisoner of Heaven I was super excited to read it. Unfortunately, it took quite a while for me to… Continue reading The Prisoner of Heaven – Carlos Ruiz Zafón

1Q84 – Haruki Murakami

When I announced that this was going to be the next book I read, a friends of mine said “a tough start you found yourself”. I’m not quite sure why they said this, as it wasn’t especially challenging. I found it quite enjoyable actually. The trilogy follows two protagonists, Aomame and Tengo. In the beginning… Continue reading 1Q84 – Haruki Murakami

The Silkworm – Robert Galbraith

I had previously read The Cuckoo’s Calling and when I heard this book was coming out, I was very excited to pick it up and get engrossed by the fascinating language and descriptions the author feeds you through the chapters. Books of the crime fiction genre always have a way of engaging readers in hopes… Continue reading The Silkworm – Robert Galbraith

The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger

I believe that this book was written by someone who is undergoing a kind of therapy. The book follows a 17 year old protagonist named Holden on his three day journey home from school. It’s reasonably obvious that he’s in fact damaged for whatever reason as his actions are very bizarre and his thoughts are… Continue reading The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger