Book Review – I, Justine: An Analog Memoir by Justine Ezarik

Book Review – I, Justine: An Analog Memoir by Justine Ezarik

Hardback, 228 pages Published June 2nd, 2015 by Atria/Keywords Press Genre: Biography, Humour, Entertainment. My Rating: 4/5 Synopsis “A one-woman media phenomenon and a leading YouTube influencer takes readers behind the camera, and deep inside her world. Justine Ezarik has been tech-obsessed since unboxing her family’s first Apple computer. By sixth grade she had built [...]

Book Review – Born For The Road by Nathan Carter with Emma Heatherington

Book Review – Born For The Road by Nathan Carter with Emma Heatherington

Hardback, 243 pages Published September 27th, 2018 by Penguin Ireland Genre: Autobiography, Music, Entertainment. My Rating: 4/5 Synopsis “Nathan Carter has become Ireland's biggest country music star. He is heralded by many as reviving the country music genre and bringing it into the mainstream. He has sold out venues across the UK and Ireland, has [...]

Book Review – Fully Functioning Human (Almost) by Melanie Murphy

Paperback, 310 pages Published August 24th, 2017 by Hachette Ireland Genre: Advice, Memoir, YouTuber. My Rating: 4/5 Summary "I'm just a nitwit girl who's sort-of stumbling through life learning that we all have our own roads to walk - but that it's still valuable, and rather lovely, to hear about other people's journeys..." My thoughts [...]

Book Review – Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy by Jason Byrne

Book Review – Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy by Jason Byrne

"So begins Jason Byrne's Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy, a laugh-out-loud memoir that captures the childhood adventures of an accident-prone youngster in 1970s and 1980s suburban Dublin." When one of Ireland best loved comedians announced he was planning on releasing a memoir I knew I had to have it. Having seen and heard material on Jason's life [...]