Vaster Than Sky, Greater Than Space – Mooji (6.5/10)

Average, I think that’s how I’d describe this book. Wild I know! Starting the review off with my overall final thoughts, you may as well stop reading now… KIDDING! Don’t you dare go anywhere I think after you’ve read a few self-help books, they all end up saying the same thing don’t they? Which isn’t […]

Women Who Run With The Wolves – Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Firstly – sorry this is so late! Just warning you now, this one is a little long 🙂 This book…this book right here!! Women Who Run With The Wolves explores the woman’s intuition, looking at just how powerful it is and how over the years due to society and culture, we have slowly lost the […]

Becoming – Michelle Obama (7/10)

Michelle Obama

A very enjoyable read I must say. I don’t know why I was expecting it to be a lot more reserved, maybe it’s because I’m so use to political figures having a sort of fake public persona that tries to portray them as perfect upstanding people. Now I’m not saying what’s in the book is […]

The Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod (4/10)

Hmmm I wish I could say I enjoyed this book. Like I really tried, but I’m afraid I was extremely disappointed. Meh – I think meh is the word I’d use to describe it – It wasn’t awful, but it also wasn’t that great either (sorry Hal!). I think the biggest irritation for me when […]

Natives – Akala (8/10)

Well where do I start with this one… Part autobiography, part history, Natives takes us through glimpses of Akala’s life growing up in Britain, as a mixed raced man. In true Akala form, he so articulately details the long history of racism and classism of which the current system is so heavily built upon and […]

Good Vibes Good Life – Vex King (8.5/10)

This little gem of a book is perfect for anyone interested in ‘self-help’ type material – from newbies wanting to dip their toe into the self-help pool or those of you who have been exploring it for years. One of the stand out things about the way it is written is that it’s straight to […]