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Disaster Chef by Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams

So this time I decided to take a different route when it comes to reviewing books. This is because, for one time only, I will be reviewing a cookery book. I know. Not really something that you see on this site regularly. However, I did buy the book and it is one - so does that qualify? I guess so.

The thing that makes this cooking book so different to those which I had seen from the past is the simplicity of it. As a student myself, I don't like to waste my time on preparing food in a completely different language of food lexical fields. So, you can probably tell that this has a completely opposite refreshing feel to it. What is not to love when it comes to having a bacon and marshmallow butty? Who cares about our conscience telling us about the drastic amount of calories and sugar that must be in such a small amount of food?

One part of this book however, that I truly love is how there is a conversation in itself between the two authors. It makes it feel very human, unlike the h…

Mind the Gap: Journey to the Wizarding World begins!

So yes. I know. A little late for reviewing such a popular book, which was first published over two decades ago. Although, it does make it easier when you have already watched the films several times, even if I did believe when I was younger, that I didn't understand what the fuss is all about. But I guess sometimes you need a little time. And so, time was what I got. So here we go, I am nearly twenty-one years of age and I have now began one of the most popular children's series in history.

So what did I think? Well, I must admit, after a whole two decades of being on this earth and trying to avoid it for the majority of my life, I was pleasantly surprised. Not only was it an easy read, but it was also very short and simple, which I think is why people love this formula dearly since the beginning.

What I loved most was how relatable the characters were. I think that we all have a little bit of Harry, Ron, Hermione or even Snape for that matter. I think that it makes the stor…