Book reviews

Six of Crows | a review

It's dark, it's gripping, it gives you chills and makes the hairs on your arms stand like electrocuted. You can feel cold drops of sweat crawling down your spine and then... Then, you must get to the end of this review of Six of Crows.

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To kill a kingdom | a Little Mermaid retelling

Hello, hello! A dark, twisted retelling of The little Mermaid? Sign me up, please! Photo by Joanna Nix on Unsplash Do you remember when you were little and you'd be reading a story wide-eyed, mouth open, heart beating fast, all caught up in the action? Well, Alexandra Christo made me feel like I was 5 again with this… Continue reading To kill a kingdom | a Little Mermaid retelling

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The raven boys | Frăția corbilor

“Is this thing safe?""Safe as life," Gansey replied.”  Hello, hello! Did I expect to like this book? Nope. Did I like this book? Ooooo, yes! This book was a surprise from start to finish. For some reason ( which could be me reading Six of crows before this one) I thought it to be something… Continue reading The raven boys | Frăția corbilor

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August TBR – your recommendations

Hello, hello! Soooo, I did this thing again where I ask you, my readers, to decide my TBR list ❤ I am super excited to read these 3 books that you came up with and add my own to this list, so here we go! 🌸 To kill a kingdom by Alexandra Christo Asha recommended… Continue reading August TBR – your recommendations

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You can’t make old friends and you can’t disappoint me more than this. A review.

Hello, hello! Do you ever pick up a book just because it doesn't seem too difficult and you feel like you could go for a leisure read, for a nice and simple story to make your day a bit better? I do. Usually I don't regret it. Sometimes I do. You can't make old friends… Continue reading You can’t make old friends and you can’t disappoint me more than this. A review.

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July Wrap-up or proving my lists are uselss

Hello, hello! So... you read the title, right? :)) It's pretty much like this. Almost every time I try to think about a TBR post I feel super excited about my future reads...that is until I start them! I then proceed to lose every single drop of inspiration or motivation and just grab random books… Continue reading July Wrap-up or proving my lists are uselss

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A fantasy writers’ handbook | Richie Billing

Hello, hello! Today I have the pleasure to present to you a book that I got from the author himself, Richie Billing! He kindly asked me to read and review his book and so he sent me a paperback ❤ If you have read my reviews, like ever, you know by now that I don't… Continue reading A fantasy writers’ handbook | Richie Billing

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The old man and the sea | A Hemingway disappointment

Hello, hello! I have a confession to make. I get nervous about reading classics. The reason? I feel really bad when I don't like them. There's so much pressure on liking them and appreciating them that when I fail to do so, I feel really uncomfortable. "There isn't any symbolism. The sea is the sea.… Continue reading The old man and the sea | A Hemingway disappointment

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The busy bee’s guide for reading when traveling

Hello, hello! Man, oh man, it's summer!!!!!! Time to let our hair down, kick that suit off, leave the desk, say buh-bye to our bosses or clients and dive, head first, into that sweet delicious thing we call VACATION! I keep seeing everywhere on Instagram and Twitter pics with people packing like tens and thousands… Continue reading The busy bee’s guide for reading when traveling