Since January my blog has been closed for reasons relating to my mental health; during the time my blog has been out of action, I’ve read a number of Doctor Who novels & to make my life easier I thought I’d review them all in one post, albeit with shorter reviews that usual. I read some of these stories months ago, others just a few weeks ago – Doctor Who has been a key part of my ability to cope with my depression recently & I’m incredibly grateful for each & every one of these stories…
January to June
This is my first Sum-Up Sunday of 2020 – horaay! As my blog has been closed for most of 2020 I’ve put together a graphic for each month of the year so far, with details of what books I’ve read & how many pages I’ve managed so far! By the end of June I had got to 43 out of 70 books & I enjoyed all of them; keep reading to find out what those books were…
This is the first review I’ve written since January so I hope I’m able to convey to you how incredible this book was, even if I am a little out of practice. The Wolf of Oren-Yaro is a dark, gritty adult fantasy & has some of the best plotting that I’ve ever encountered – Tali’s story was precisely what I needed during this horrendous time.
⚠️ Graphic & bloody violence throughout, attempted & references to sexual violence, classism & poverty, sexual references, fire, threats of violence against a child & other gritty subjects ⚠️