Review Index

Does what it says on the tin – here you’ll find an index of all my book reviews, organised alphabetically by author’s surname, along with a few other random theatre or film reviews/discussion posts.

Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi – We Should All Be Feminists
Aristotle – Poetics

Bardugo, Leigh – Shadow and Bone
Bardugo, Leigh – Siege and Storm
Bardugo, Leigh – Crooked Kingdom
Beaton, Kate – Hark! A Vagrant
Bracken, Alexandra – The Darkest Minds
Brennan, Marie – A Natural History of Dragons

Cabot, Meg – The Princess Diaries
Carlin, Laura – The Wicked Cometh
Carriger, Gail – Soulless
Cass, Kiera – The Selection
Chambers, Becky – The Long Way To A Small, Angry Planet
Christie, Agatha – Murder on the Orient Express
Cline, Ernest – Armada

Dickens, Charles – A Christmas Carol
Dickens, Charles – Hard Times
Dickens, Charles – Oliver Twist
Dolan, Frances E. – Dangerous Familiars…

Ellis, Janet – The Butcher’s Hook
Eugenides, Jeffrey – The Virgin Suicides
Eyre, Hermione – Viper Wine

Fisher, Carrie – The Princess Diarist
Fitzpatrick, Huntley – My Life Next Door
Forster, E.M. – A Room with a View

Gaiman, Neil – American Gods
Gaiman, Neil – The Graveyard Book
Gaiman, Neil – Norse Mythology
Gaiman, Neil – The Ocean at the End of the Lane
Goodman, Alison – The Dark Days Club
Graham, Lauren – Talking As Fast As I Can
Grossman, Lev – The Magicians

Hamid, Mohsin – Exit West
Hewer, Elisabeth – Wishing for Birds
Hobb, Robin – Assassin’s Apprentice
Hunter, Megan – The End We Start From



Johansen, Erika – The Tearling Trilogy review
Johansen, Erika – The Queen of the Tearling
Johnston, E.K. – A Thousand Nights

Kay, Adam – This Is Going To Hurt
Keegan, Marina – The Opposite of Loneliness
Kent, Hannah – Burial Rites
Kepnes, Caroline – You
Kowal, Mary Robinette – Shades of Milk and Honey

Layman, John and Guillory, Rob – Chew Volume 1
Layman, John and Guillory, Rob – Chew Volume 3
Lockhart, E. – We Were Liars
Lundskaer-Nielsen, Miranda – Directors and the New Musical Drama…

Maas, Sarah J. – A Court of Thorns and Roses
Malik, Ayisha – Sofia Khan Is Not Obliged
Martin, George R.R. – A Game of Thrones
Martin, George R.R. – A Clash of Kings
Martin, George R.R. – A Storm of Swords
Martin, George R.R. – A Feast for Crows
Meyer, Marissa – Scarlet
Mitchell, David – Ghostwritten
Moore, Alan and Bolland, Brian – Batman: The Killing Joke
More, Thomas – Utopia

Ness, Patrick – The Rest of Us Just Live Here


Palmer, Amanda – The Art of Asking
Perkins, Stephanie – Isla and the Happily Ever After
Pratchett, Terry – The Colour of Magic
Pullman, Philip – Northern Lights


Rakoff, Joanna – My Salinger Year
Rooney, Sally – Conversations with Friends
Rothfuss, Patrick – The Name of the Wind
Rothschild, Hannah – The Improbability of Love
Rowell, Rainbow – Carry On
Rowell, Rainbow – Fangirl
Rowell, Rainbow – Landline
Rowling, J.K. – The Casual Vacancy
Rowling, J.K. – Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Rowling, J.K. – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Sáenz, Benjamin Alire – Aristotle and Dante Discover…
Sanderson, Brandon – The Alloy of Law
Schwab, V.E. – A Darker Shade of Magic
Shakespeare, William – Richard III
Shannon, Samantha – The Bone Season
Shannon, Samantha – The Mime Order
Shannon, Samantha – The Song Rising
Sloan, Robin – Sourdough
Smith, Harry Leslie – Harry’s Last Stand
Snicket, Lemony – The Bad Beginning
Snicket, Lemony – The Reptile Room
Snicket, Lemony – The Wide Window
Stiefvater, Maggie – The Raven Boys
Stiefvater, Maggie – The Dream Thieves

Talbot, Mary M., Talbot, Bryan, and Charlesworth, Kate – Sally Heathcote, Suffragette
Taylor, Laini – Daughter of Smoke and Bone
Thorne, Sally – The Hating Game
Tourneur, Cyril – The Atheist’s Tragedy



Whitcomb, Laura – A Certain Slant of Light
Williams, Lara – Treats
Woolf, Daniel R. – Reading History in Early Modern England




Miscellaneous Reviews

Deadpool (2016), dir. by Tim Miller
Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017), dir. by  Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg
The Killers, Wonderful Wonderful Tour (2017) @ Liverpool Echo Arena
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (tour, 2016), dir. by Nick Bagnall