March & April’s Awesomely Huge E-Book Haul (25+ Books)

Between March and April, I have acquired quite a vast amount of Kindle books. Before quarantine, I already had a pretty decently sized digital catalogue of reads, but due to local libraries shutting down for an indefinite period and many local bookshops closing their doors or having shipping times extended quite heavily, I’ve suddenly discovered…

The Little Mermaid by Metaphrog – A Comic Review

The Little Mermaid by Metaphrog is a stand-alone, middle-grade, fantasy graphic novel that tells an illustrated tale based off of Hans Christian Andersen’s short story of a young mermaid who’s passionate about living in the world above the ocean, and on land. I was a little sceptical going into the novel because most illustrated renditions…

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee – A Book Review

Pachinko is one of those books that sticks with you even after you’ve finished it. There’s this lingering feeling in your gut that you can’t shake as you ponder all of the wonderful, and sometimes intense, thoughts that are left in its wake. Min Jin Lee accomplishes a fantastic feat with her novel and I…