Jane Steele

Deer Reeder,

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Love the old design of this cover.

Well it’s about time I got down to finally writing another one of these since I finished the book almost two weeks ago! But hey I’ve just broken up for summer and it’s been sunny so… legit excuse!

Anyway, before I sail away into the deep depths of my mind I’ll reign it back to the topic at hand, books. More specifically Jane Steele. Now, despite writing a book blog I tend not to read others myself (bad I know). I let Amazon recommendations guide me because I’m lazy and very picky when it comes down to books. But, when I did read some other blogs I came across this book and I’m so glad I did, for I loved it. Yeah, some aspects were a little unrealistic but what can I say, isn’t every story a slight embellishment of reality?

It’s set in my favourite period in history, the Victorian era and constantly refers back to Jane Eyre and the themes presented in her novels. The independence of women, love and dealing with what life throws at you are some of the themes that the main character, Jane Steele, draws upon from the influential author. Continue reading “Jane Steele”

Whores’ Asylum

Deer Reeder,

Whores Asylum
In Penguin’s publication, it is called “the unpierced heart”

Now before you think it stop your dirty mind this is NOT a Fifty Shades of Grey style book! Never judge a book by its cover or its rather risqué title for that matter…. Ironically its title was what caught my eye in the first place. I couldn’t help thinking “what the hell is this going to be about?” Well it turns out it was about an actually interesting story.

I read this story probably about two months ago but since it isn’t my usual genre I delve into often, I thought I might as well write my thoughts on it. It’s a Victorian period drama and usually I try to avoid dramas because they’re sad but curiosity got the better of me this time. I’m always looking to branch out and explore new authors and plot lines.

The book is about two friends who are living with each other and run into trouble when Edward’s past pops its nasty little head around the corner and says, “remember me?” Continue reading “Whores’ Asylum”