Reviewsday: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

It is hard to say I enjoyed this book, but I definitely appreciated it. The Bell Jar is the story of a woman who is struggling figure out who she is in a world that wants her to fit a particular mould. The Bell Jar is the story of Esther Greenwood who suffered from depression, […]

The Ash Fault

The world is a but a husk; a broken and bitter place left smoking and quaking beneath a sullen sky. Ash and bones are all the remain in our once vibrant world yet despite the destruction of its entirety life still trudges along; barely. “The Road”, written by Cormac McCarthy is my all time favourite […]

QBD Reviews: All The Light We Cannot See

Have you picked up a copy of our Book of the Month yet? We are loving it! It’s a modern classic you cannot put down. Winner of the Pulitzer prize. From highly acclaimed , multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, the beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant New York times Best Seller about a blind French girl and a […]