CW: this book includes drug use and infidelity, and scenes of domestic violence. All CWs are mild.
Happy Saturday! Apologies for the lack of a Wednesday post, but I’m currently having a little content shuffle-around. All will become clear in due course once it’s all figured out, but long story short, some of the things I previously posted here will now be featuring on a second blog! Keep your eyes peeled for more information on that in the next couple of weeks or, if you follow me on Twitter, you may have already seen a bit of what’s going on. Rest assured that review Saturdays are not changing, so here I am as usual, offering up a new book review. This week, I’m talking about The Last Word by Hanif Kureishi.
How is it June?? I’m sorry but this year is just going obscenely fast. I’m moving to London next month! It doesn’t seem real, and probably won’t seem real until long after I’m there. May wasn’t the greatest reading month for me, because I was busy house hunting and working on my course for work. June will probably be fairly similar in the work regard, and I’ll also be ramping up my big Sort Out of Stuff in preparation for moving out. I want to actually commit to moving out my parents’ houses this time round, so I’ll be taking pretty much everything I want to keep, so I need to get rid of a lot, basically. As always, I had a TBR for May, so let’s see how I did!
I’ve loved Austen for a long time, and finally, I’m getting close to having read all of her finished novels! The most recent one I read, of course, was Sense and Sensibility, and that’s the book I’ll be reviewing today.