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
The Lost Man is Jane Harper’s new book that I was eagerly waiting. This time, she came with a stand alone book, instead of continuing her series featuring Aaron Falk. I think in terms of her style of writing and content wise, it was quite different than this series. Two brothers meet at the remote … More New stand alone from Jane Harper: The Lost Man
It’s always sad and fascinating to read about lives of people during WW2, as the war was not kind to many of them. Françoise was one of them and she wrote her experiences in a very impressive way. Knowing that they are real and a person goes through so much, is really touching. The writing … More A moving memoir of World War II: No Place To Lay One’s Head
Last year, I read and very much enjoyed the first book in this series: The Old Man In The Corner. I was so glad to see there was another book in the same format. Baroness Orczy is the author of much loved classic, Scarlet Pimpernel. This book is a collection of twelve short mysteries, which … More More cozy mysteries from Baroness Orczy, perfect for winter!
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 was everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE! With its striking cover, intriguing title. It was impossible to resist, but see for myself what all the fuss is about 🙂 Well, it’s true that this book is marketed so well. I’m sure it will grab your attention in any book store, hats off to the … More The new book sensation: My Sister, The Serial Killer
Hello friends! It’s been a while I haven’t done one of these posts. I have a lot of fun reading the book and watching the movie adaptations later, and love sharing these experience with you 🙂 This one is a book and movie about books, so even better! It is certainly a very famous book, … More Book vs Movie: The Bookshop