TWT Day 20 || The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky

For me, this book perfectly captures the feeling of my first year at uni. I vaguely remember my friends and I all reading it in quick succession and relating to it strongly. I don’t think I related to it because Charlie and I had much in common (cause we didn’t), but because the way he … More TWT Day 20 || The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky

TWT Day 19 || The Architect’s Apprentice & The Bastard of Istanbul – Elif Shafak

These two are by far the prettiest books I own. They sport gorgeous illustrations in rich colours with golden details, and I’m absolutely in love with the peacock pattern and flowers round the sides. I bought them earlier this year on the recommendation of my friend Lisette, who was reading The Architect’s Apprentice at the … More TWT Day 19 || The Architect’s Apprentice & The Bastard of Istanbul – Elif Shafak

TWT Day 18 || Titus Andronicus – William Shakespeare

This Arden edition of Titus Andronicus stems from my exchange year at the University of Hull, where I followed a year-long course just on Shakespeare’s plays. Needless to say, I learned a lot. This is one of those scholarly editions with often more notes than play on a page. Absolute heaven for literature-nerds ;). I … More TWT Day 18 || Titus Andronicus – William Shakespeare