When it comes to autobiographies I tend to go for the ones that allow me to experience life vicariously through the author’s experiences. This usually leads me down the path of rock stars or footballers. Their hedonistic tales are ones that seem so out of this realm that they’re on the verge of fiction. The ones that are as far removed from the 9-5 rat race, the better.
The end of July marks not only the birth of J. K. Rowling and her creation Harry Potter, but also one of the most underrated characters in the Wizarding World: Neville Longbottom. Therefore, this ‘how to be more’ instalment will be celebrating the wonders of Neville, an unlikely hero and an ever-fateful friend.
Hi, I am Becky and I work at WoB HQ in the marketing team. I love to read crime and thriller fiction as I love to keep guessing until the very end. Many find most thriller fiction predictable and some of it is (yet this doesn’t detract from it being a favourite genre for me). I have the perfect book just for you that will have you guessing until the last page.
Some of the most memorable teenage literary characters are not heroic or inspiring. Coming of age stories often portray the worst sides of adolescence in curious ways. Whether it’s the old familiar and mostly harmless angst-fest or a sadistic moralless teenage rampage, we’ve listed our top five troubled teens in modern and contemporary fiction.