Absorbing, evocative, intriguing: After The Party by Cressida Connolly

That’s how I’d describe After The Party in 3 words. A historical novel at the times of WW2. The main character isPhyllis and it’s told from her perspective in different time periods. The book opens in 1979 as Phyllis gets out of prison. The opening page totally got me sucked in, and is representative of … More Absorbing, evocative, intriguing: After The Party by Cressida Connolly

The reason of my hurting eyes & coffee overdose: Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

Yes, this book is the reason why I couldn’t read any other book, couldn’t sleep and drank hell a lot of coffee!Β It was the BEST book I read this year, one of the BEST books I read, ever! This book and I clicked from the first page. It was one of those books I knew … More The reason of my hurting eyes & coffee overdose: Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

A Summer in Finland: The Summer House by Philip Teir

Hello friends! Hope you are planning for a nice weekend. I must say I wish I was in Finland after reading this book, because it definitely intrigued me to spend a summer there πŸ™‚ First of all, can we please appreciate the gorgeous cover screaming a lovely summer day? I definitely love the colours and … More A Summer in Finland: The Summer House by Philip Teir

May 2018 Wrap Up

Hello book lovers! I haven’t been able to do a wrap up every month, but here I am with my May wrap up πŸ™‚ In the month of May, I read 8 books with so many 5 stars, which is really unusual for me as I’m very stingy with my stars. Without further ado, let’s … More May 2018 Wrap Up