My life of books

Hey guys! Welcome back to my blog!

I’m really sorry I haven’t posted for such a LONG time! I hope to be back to doing these regularly, like once or twice a week.

I am going to be talking about how I got to like books. It was all through a thing called The Summer Reading Challenge. I went to my local library one day when I was 7 with my father and a librarian was like ‘Do you want to join the Summer Reading Challenge, where you have to read 6 books during the summer. Now, I usually was only coming to the library to play games on the computer and stuff like that and I’d never really had much interest in books, even though on the day I was pretty confident and I did want to give it a go. My parents thought I would never be able to read 6 books and enjoy it! So, I joined and I picked up some books and loved them! It was probably the best decision I’ve ever made!

I have done the SRC ever since. And I’ve loved books ever since. But I never ever knew I could blog about books, I just found out I could do it out of being a twitter-aholic (is there such a word?) I saw loads of people blogging about books and I found WordPress and thought, why not blog?

I’m sorry I’ve been so inactive on my blog but I will post more often now.

Thanks for reading guys!

See you in the next blog post!

Bye for now!





Review: Girls under Pressure by Jacqueline Wilson

Hello, world! 

Sorry for not posting in a long time! 

I have recently read Girls Under Pressure by Jacqueline Wilson. I have given the book 4 stars on Goodreads. It was very interesting and it was about a girl called Ellie and two other girls called Magda and Nadine. It is part of a series. 

It was about how much Ellie thought she was fat but she actually isn’t and she went on a diet. Her stepmother Anna and her dad told her she shouldn’t be on a diet because the shape she was she wasn’t going to change. 

You can buy this book amazon here

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Thanks for reading!


Review: The Last Beginning by Lauren James

Welcome to the sixth post on my blog and the second post in a week!

I just want to say thank you to everyone who emailed and commented on LoveBooks, I really appreciate it!

Today I am going to be reviewing The Last Beginning by Lauren James. 

It is about Clove Sutcliffe, who’s parents, Jen and Tom, tell her when she is sixteen that they are not her real parents, they are her Aunt and Uncle, her real parents is Tom’s brother, Matthew and his wife Katherine. The reason that Jen and Tom had to bring Clove up instead of Kate and Matthew is because Matthew was in trouble with the authorities and was taken away and as soon as Clove was born, Kate went to try and rescue Matthew. She never returned. 

(This book is set in 2056, which is really cool!)

So Clove is determined to find her real parents when she travels back in time as far as 1745, with a computerised system, Spart, that acts like Siri on Apple devices apart from Spart is much more useful then Siri!) There she meets Matthew as a boy her age. And she goes on lots of little adventures while in the past… 

I gave this book 5 stars on Goodreads. 

Leave your thoughts if you have read this book below in the comments! I would love to read your opinion! 

Thanks for reading

Next post coming soon! 


PS I know, this book is KA-Ray-ZEE

Review: Solitaire by Alice Oseman

Hello, world!

Welcome to my fifth blog post!

Today I am going to be reviewing Solitaire by Alice Oseman.

It is about a girl called Victoria Spring (known mostly in the book as ‘Tori’) who likes to blog and a boy called Michael Holden keeps pestering her. I did really enjoy this book very much! I would definitely recommend it! 

I gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads.

By the way, I know have a Tumblr page my username is lovebooksuk and the web address therefore is 

Go follow me (if you have a Tumblr account, which I know lots of you do) I do post there as well as here but here is more review and that is more book talk! 

That’s it for now here on LoveBooks 

Next post coming soon!

Bye for now

LoveBooks: Wave me Goodbye by Jacqueline Wilson review

Hi guys,

Sorry I haven’t posted in almost 2 weeks I have been busy reading Jacqueline Wilson’s new book Wave me Goodbye which I am going to be reviewing today. 

It is set in September 1939. It is about a girl called Shirley and one morning she is told by her mother that she’s going on a ‘little holiday’ But, what is really happening is that she is being evacuated from London to avoid the war. 

She meets a Convent girl while on the train called Jessica whom she really likes. She didn’t get to see much of Jessica during the story as she is a Paradise Road School pupil and they go to two different schools. 

She ends up with two boys from the East End of London (she dosen’t like) 10-year old Kevin and toddler Archie in Mrs Waverley and Miss Chubby’s house. 

I gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads. 

Ok, so that’s my blog post finished for today. 

Leave any comments or questions below.



Radio Silence by Alice Oseman review

Hi guys,

This is my third blog post in a week and the third one on my blog! I hope you guys are well and have had a good week.

The book I’m reviewing today is called Radio Silence and its by Alice Oseman.


I really enjoyed reading this book! I read it within 48 hours.

It is about a girl called Frances and she wants to get into one of the best university’s in the UK. She also likes this boy called Aled. She also loves this Youtube channel called Universe City. There’s also a big secret about Aled, which you will find out when you read the book or if you’ve already read it you will know.

I gave this book 5 stars on Goodreads.

You can buy this book off Amazon here

This is the first book I’ve read of Alice’s, she has another book out called Solitaire (which I’m going to be reading and reviewing very soon!)

So there we go, third post in a week and third one on my blog! Next post coming next week!

Please comment below any thoughts or questions.

Thanks for reading







LoveBooks: Alice Miranda at school review


Hello, world!

For the second time…

I hope you liked my first post, which I think you did, as I did get a lot of GOOD feedback regarding that post. A MASSIVE thank you to everyone who commented and emailed me in the past few days, I really love the fact I made this blog a few days ago and I got lots of feedback to it.

The second post is going to be about Alice Miranda at School by Jacqueline Harvey.alice miranda at school

This is the 3rd time I’ve read this book, I love all Alice Miranda and Jacqueline Harvey books. It is about a 7-year old girl called Alice Miranda Highton-Smith Kennington-Jones. Long name!!

She has been sent to this new boarding school, Winchesterfield Downsfordvale. When she arrives at the school, she finds out the headmistress, Miss Ophelia Grimm, hasn’t been seen by any pupil at the school for 10 YEARS!!!!

Alice-Miranda finds this odd and goes to Miss Grimm and tries to encourage her to become more social!

I don’t want to say anything more as I don’t want to make any spoilers!

If you would like to buy this book from Amazon here is the link

I would very much encourage you to read this book!

Third post coming soon.

Please comment your thoughts and questions below, I will answer as many as possible!

Thank you,