This blog's aim is to review books I have read, from a personal point of view. It's been designed to give people an idea of books they might like to read or that are worth reading.
I also have also compared books and films based on these books, as I find the adaptation from book to screen is often very good, and equally, often very bad
I have included content from a text used in the WJEC GCSE English Literature course. This is analysing of To Kill a Mockingbird, and the reason for this (as well as it being a great book) is that I studied it recently for my exams.
Any requests for books to be analysed will be taken into serious consideration, just comment a recommendation or contact me (see below).
I have listed the books I have reviewed in the "Reviews" section of this site. https://breathebooks.wordpress.com/reviews/
Here you can find a list of (linked) titles of each book I have reviewed so far, as well as the books I intend to review.
My Top Recommendations
- Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
- The Book Theif (Markus Zusak)
- The Book of Lies (James Moloney)
- PS I Love You (Cecelia Ahern)
- Tell it to the Skies (Erica James)
- Constance (Rosie Thomas)
- Hidden (Cathy Glass)
- The Kite Runner (Khalid Hossieni)
- Bridget Jones's Diary (Helen Fielding)
- Beauty (Robin McKinley)
- Noughts and Crosses (Malorie Blackman)
- The Road (Cormac McCarthy)
- The Notebook (Nicholas Sparks)
- A Room With a View
Very Important Disclaimer
I am not any of the authors mentioned, I have not written a published book, none of the books, rights or anything else belongs to me. I own nothing.
All the material is copyrighted by the respected author/owner.
I really do not own any of this. I also do not own any blurbs written or the websites linked to. Clicking these links will navigate you away from my blog, and I cannot accept responsibility to anything consequential of that.