Review: Girl 99 by Andy P Jones

Girl 99 by Andy P Jones

William Fisher is on a mission to bring the total number of his sexual conquests up to 100. 

During the course of his quest he sleeps with a colleague, a colleague of a friend, a friend of a friend, a friend of a friend’s wife, the estate agent selling his flat, and several more besides. Everything is going, if not well, then at least according to plan … and then Fisher goes and ruins it all by falling for Girl 99.

Girl 99 is a story about love, sex and the sticky area in between.

Before I started this book I was entirely sure if I was going to enjoy it, however I was very surprised.

I loved this book! – The plot was written so well, it was believable funny and at points relatable I was drawn in right from the first page. All of the relationships, and friendships (Particularly between Fisher and his best friend El) were believable and made the book flow really well.

I also found it refreshing to read from a man’s point of view as it is normally written from a female’s perspective. 

This book would make a great read for both male and female, ideal for a plane journey or on the beach.

5 out of 5

– Esjae xo

Review: Perfect Summer by Kailin Gow

Perfect Summer by Kailin Gow

This was a great sequel to the first book but it would also make a great read for anyone who hasn’t already read the first book.

The characters as in the first book were relatable and also very believable. The overall plot is well written and enjoyable to read particularly as you become very involved in the characters lives.

I would recommend this book for older teens and young adults due to the content – it would make a great read for the summer.

5 out of 5

– Esjae xo

Review: Putting Boys on the Ledge by Stephanie Rowe

Putting Boys on the Ledge by Stephanie Rowe

This was a nice easy read ideal for teenagers who do not read very much. Its the kind of book that you could quite happily read in one sitting as the plot flows so well.

The characters were engaging and fun, some people may also find them and the plot to be relatable. Although the plot was relatively predictable this didn’t draw away from the enjoyment of the overall book.

4 out of 5

– Esjae xo

Life: I miss university

After tonight I have definitely decided that I miss uni. Its not even 9pm and I’m already sat in bed because there is nothing else to do. Well I could do some of my assignment that isn’t due until September, but I have the whole summer to do it (famous last words). 

I found this toaster earlier and thought it was pretty awesome:
See what my life is coming too?! Although I wouldn’t mind having one of these for next year as I think it would be pretty cool.
I am on my last week of my work placement for uni and it has gone really well so far (touch wood) I’ve got to do loads of different things that I don’t get to do in my regular part time job which has been pretty awesome.
I’m close to getting my deposit paid off for my uni house next year (in theory) although I still have a bit to go but I should have it all together by the deadline (fingers crossed).
– Esjae xo