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Book Review: Longbow Girl by Linda Davies

* I have received this book for review from the publisher but this in no way affects my review * Title:  Longbow Girl Author: Linda Davies Source:  Received from Publisher Publisher:  Chicken  House Rating:  4/5 stars Summary of Longbow Girl from Goodreads : A stunningly exciting and dramatic story set in the wilds of the Welsh mountains, where the brave and beautiful Merry Owen, the Longbow girl, travels back in time to the autocratic kingdom of King Henry VIII to save her ancestors.  Steeped in history, ancient lore and crackling with tension between the central characters Merry and James, Longbow girl explores the themes of who we are and who we can become when fighting for those we love and for our very lives. Are we prisoners of our history or can we break free? Can we become all that we need to be to meet the ultimate challenge of life and death in the King’s Tournament and in the dungeons of the Black Castle? Book Review Summary: I have alw

Thursday Tracks: Fight Song by Rachel Platten

So I know that I run a book blog but I saw this feature on  Gone With The Words  and thought it would be interesting to tell you about my music tastes with the  Thursday Tracks  feature. So let's get started... The song that I am going to talk about this week is... Fight Song by Rachel Platten I have loved this song for a long time and I feel like it captures all the emotions that I have been feeling the last couple of weeks. It is also currently the UK official number one. I hope you enjoy this song as much as I do.  What song have you been loving this week? Leave it in the comments below.  See you soon,  Amy

Top 5 Wednesday: Top Five Fictional Cities

It’s Wednesday so that means that it’s Top 5 Wednesday and this  week’s  topic is top five fictional cities. To find more about Top 5 Wednesday’s you can join the  goodreads group  and discover the creator of the group  Lainey . So let’s get started…   Number 5: Downsiders Universe This is a book by Neal Shusterman which has some kind of appeal to it. The Downsiders have their own unique world which is amazing, a world set underneath New York city. I wouldn't want to live there but it is a nice world to read about and there is a apparently there is a sequel to this book which I really want to read.  Number 4: Iron Fey World The Iron Fey World is one of those's world that I would admire from afar as it can be dangerus for humans but Julie Kagawa has built a very vivid world of Faeries that I really love and it is explored as the series progresses. It is a universe that I would love to explore.  Number 3: The Mortal Instruments Universe The Mortal Ins

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Characters You Didn't Click With

It's Tuesday which means that it is time for a Top Ten Tuesday post. This week's topic is top ten characters you didn't click with.  The Top Ten Tuesday feature was created by The Broke and the Bookish and more about it can be found  here . Let's get started... Number 10: Lena from the Delirium series Although I do like Lena she can at times be very annoying especially when it comes to her image. I wouldn't say we didn't click it, it was more of a misunderstanding.  Number 9: Tally Underblood from The Uglies series I haven't read this story in a long while but it is one that I need to get back into although I do have some problems with Tally herself which prevents me from continuing this series. The problem again is with her looks which also is the main bases with this series. Number 8: Gally from The Maze Runner series I can't really talk about this one without spoilers from the Death Cure but even in the Maze Runner we jus