Review-Graphic: Read Me Like A Book by Liz Kessler

Published 14th May 2015 by Indigo books (Orion). Read Me Like A Book had been on my radar for a while and I couldn’t wait to read it! I haven’t read anything by Liz Kessler before though have heard a lot of positive things about her books – though this release sees her take on a new genre […]

Review-Graphic: Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer

I borrowed Belzhar based on Lucy @ Queen of Contemporary‘s review from a little while ago. I devoured the book in one evening and was blown away. It was just stunning! Revision has been a little time consuming lately so I’ve done a little graphic instead of a full review… I borrowed a copy of […]

Review-Graphic: A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

A little while ago, I was sent A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU for review from Harper360. I was really excited about reading it, after hearing lots about it on American book blogs! I have to admit, I did pick up the book largely because of the very beautiful cover (don’t judge a book by its […]

Review-Graphic: The Boy Who Swam With Piranhas

Sorry for the relatively short review graphic… I had to make this in a bit of a rush between revision-y things because it’s the start of the exam season! But, honestly, I can’t recommend The Boy Who Swam with Piranhas enough- one brilliant author, one brilliant illustrator, one fantastic MG read (:

Review-Graphic: Banished by Liz de Jager

I read Banished, book one of the Blackhart Legacy, over the weekend- and I loved every second of it. It’s a brilliant new urban fantasy, and I think it’s going to be huge! I tried drawing Kit, the protagonist. Yup, obsessiveness. I decided to make a review graphic of the book, because I haven’t done one in […]

HAPPY 5TH BIRTHDAY, BLOG! | A Thank You Giveaway

Okay, a heads up – this post has been written very much in advance. As you’re reading this, I am drowning in piles of revision guides and exam papers, because it’s mere days until my GCSEs start. However, it’s a pretty special day, because not only is today The Bibliomaniac’s blogoversary – but it’s the fifth […]