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The Hideout - Taunton

So todays post is going to be a review of a new restaurant I visited with my family in Taunton. The Hideout is hidden of the edge of the main town next to a beautiful castle and Grande hotel. I posted a lot of photos because I love them all and I couldn't pick! The little boy is my youngest half-brother Nathan who is 4, and the other boy is my brother Callum who is 12!
I visited the restaurant back in May, with my dad’s side of the family. We stumbled upon the restaurant when walking through the lanes past the shops, looking for somewhere to eat our evening meal. We were welcomed by a lovely smiley team who all looked like they loved working there, and were all very enthusiastic! 
The menu has a wide range of different foods to suit everybody, especially when you are super fussy, which I am! I choose the burger which came with chips, coleslaw and onion rings. The taste was absolutely Devine I could happily eat another now. For dessert I then had the chocolate brownie and raspberry sorbet. This was just as good as the burger.
 The staff were lovely including the Manager whom all checked on us thought the meal making sure everything was okay with food and drinks etc.

Overall I had an amazing time, with great food and an amazing place to look around (not only the restaurant but it is also in a beautiful area too)! My littlest brother who can’t sit still for two minutes wanted to go exploring, so we did which is why there is lots of pictures of him and of all random things, like the ducks, that was his favourite picture! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who lives in this area or if you are passing by. Defiantly coming back!!

Finding Audrey By Sophie Kinsella Review!*





So today’s blog post is a review from one of my all-time favourite author Sophie Kinsella. Her new book was released on the 9th June 2015.

The bestselling author Sophie Kinsella is known for her Shopaholic series, which personally all where my favourite collection of books. However after reading Finding Audrey I am in love with it. Since receiving it I have read it twice... TWICE! From starting this book I have been drawn in and have not wanted to put this down.

The book addresses issues which many teen girls face today in society, however they don't want to speak out about them because either they have no idea they even have such mental illnesses or they are too frightened in the way that they believe society won't accept them. Sophie Kinsella has really addressed the issues well and brought them to life through Audrey. Audrey, we learn gradually, has been through many issues at school. We established that some form of bullying happened that then led to expulsion of several girls and her own breakdown. Due to Audrey breaking down she started to have therapy as well as removing herself from society... Not only from school but also from family, friends and stopping eye contact, she did this by wearing dark black contact lenses. However as Audrey develops further through therapy we see how her life changes. It really makes you realise that sometimes people may say or do things that they may find a joke or hilarious... however to someone like Audrey... even myself we take it to the heart.

Throughout this book I have laughed and cried at the progress in which Audrey has made. I've wanted to pull her out of the book and give her a hug and tell her that will be her best friend and no matter what happens I'm not going to turn on her. The book is filled with mystery, love happiness and hope.

Words simply cannot describe my love for this book. It is defiantly my new favourite book by Sophie Kinsella.



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