pop culture, Reviews, thoughts & opinion

The Familiars by Stacey Halls Book Review

Mostly spoiler-free, some discussion of characters and character development. Featured Image: Photo by Aliis Sinisalu on Unsplash A couple of months ago, I ran a poll on social media asking if you guys were interested in feminist literature. Across all three platforms, the majority were interested. The plan is to review more books like this… Continue reading The Familiars by Stacey Halls Book Review

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Album Review: Manic by Halsey

Since we are all stuck inside, I thought I might do an album review. This is an album I've had on constant rotation on Spotify for months. Check it out, I promise you won't be disappointed

Lifestyle, Reviews, Wellbeing

Book Review: Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe

This week I am doing a book review of Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe. Body positivity is something I have been interested in for a while, but online it seems to be a battleground which can make it intimidating for someone new, who wants to get involved. We have on, the one hand,… Continue reading Book Review: Body Positive Power by Megan Jayne Crabbe

health, Lifestyle, Reviews, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

Book Review: The Hormone Diaries by Hannah Witton

I had been really looking forward to this book coming out. For those of you who don't know, the Hormone Diaries: the Bloody Truth About Our Periods by Hannah Witton is a book about our lifelong hormone journey from puberty to menopause. Hannah Witton is a Youtuber, who makes videos about contraception, periods, body positivity,… Continue reading Book Review: The Hormone Diaries by Hannah Witton

psychology, Reviews, thoughts & opinion, Wellbeing

Book Review: The Anxiety Journal, Corrine Sweet

Did you know that Girl Down a Rabbit Hole started out as a book review blog? So today you could say we are going back to our roots and reviewing a book. I have been so anxious lately. I think because college finished and now I'm left with all this nervous energy I have nowhere… Continue reading Book Review: The Anxiety Journal, Corrine Sweet

Lifestyle, Reviews

An Insomniac’s Guide to Sleep Mist

Chances are you know where this one is going, Lavender oil helps you sleep, everyone knows that, right? I have had insomnia almost my whole life. I don't remember a time I slept easily. Long before adulthood, college and coffee, I have had trouble nodding off. I've tried a lot of stuff and I find… Continue reading An Insomniac’s Guide to Sleep Mist

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Captain Marvel Review (spoiler -free)

I think I am going to change the name of this blog to "I know it's late but....." because I meant to write this weeks ago. Such is the life of a student. Anyway, this is my spoiler-free review for Captain Marvel. Let's get into it. Captain Marvel is a Kree soldier fighting an alien… Continue reading Captain Marvel Review (spoiler -free)

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Review: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

 A Game of Thrones (A Song of Fire and Ice #1) by George R. R. Martin, Harper Voyager, 2003, 836 pages. Warning: this book contains violence and rape. Not suitable for younger readers. I don't usually read traditional fantasy, I find it too heavy, weighed down with too many unnecessary descriptions, but being a fan of… Continue reading Review: A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

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Review: The Grown Up by Gillian Fynn

The Grown up by Gillian Flynn, 80 pages, W&N, 2015 Warning: Adult Content I have loved all of Gillian Flynn's books, especially Gone Girl. Her characters are always different, different maybe an understatement, but you like them even when you are not should that you should. The plots are always interesting, but never what they… Continue reading Review: The Grown Up by Gillian Fynn

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Review: All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places, by Jennifer Niven, 2015, Penguin, 378 pages. Trigger Warning: This book contains the theme of suicide A few years ago I heard a song called Self Conclusion by the Spill Canvas. The song is the story of two people who meet on a cliff, both intending to jump. One convinces the… Continue reading Review: All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven