Hello friends! Today I wanted to talk about two books I picked up recently that gave me such joy. Lately, I look around and see that especially award winning/literary books started to have some certain content that’s quite dark. Every second book has some level of loss, grief, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, child abuse, feminist … More We need more books like these!
Hi friends! Here I am with another review. Adèle is the second book of Leïla Slimani, the writer of the very popular Lullaby. When I read the premise, I was really intrigued as it’s about a woman, who’s quite the unusual one. She’s a sex addict, and this unstoppable desire leads her life. She’s trapped … More The Story of an Unconventional Woman: Adèle
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Hello friends! I’m here with another happy review, as it was a book I really enjoyed. I actually didn’t expect to enjoy it as much as I did, and it isn’t even a genre I reach often. It’s a sci-fi book that mainly focuses on the social effects of a disease that is impacting a … More Wonderfully thought provoking: The Dreamers
Hi friends! Looking at my bookshelves with no space for new books anymore, 900 physical copies unread and no book buying bans on the horizon, I needed to do something. So, I decided to do the Try A Chapter method I saw some people doing. I have so many books that I doubt I’d like … More Try A Chapter: Keep or Unhaul #1
This book is one of those which reminds you why you love reading so much! It’s a one of those rare cases that you see only a master storyteller like Diane Setterfield, can pull off such complex structure. So many characters, so many different subplots, yet it all comes together perfectly. #OnceUponARiver certainly pulled the … More From a master storyteller: Once Upon A River, out today!
Hi friends! It’s time for my last mini reviews of the year. I collected many books I read in November & December in this post, and maybe it will give you last minute book haul ideas 🙂 As usual, you will find Goodreads blurbs if you click on the titles: Bright Young Dead by Jessica Fellowes. … More Many books, Mini Reviews: December 2018