She has THE perfect life, or does she? Friends Like These by Sarah Alderson

This book taps on today’s social media phenomenon: Everybody else has a perfect life, but me! Nowadays we all judge people’s happiness from the pictures we see here and there. And by any chance if we’re having a lousy time, it all makes things worse. We think we’re the only miserable people in the world … More She has THE perfect life, or does she? Friends Like These by Sarah Alderson

New dystopian by Joyce Carol Oates: Hazards Of Time Travel

Hello friends! Today is Friday and I hope you have amazing reading plans for the weekend ๐Ÿ™‚ I just read this gorgeous book, I mean come on, look at this cover! And inside, it’s interesting too. Joyce Carol Oates came back with a dystopian novel with a young female lead, but it doesn’t mean that … More New dystopian by Joyce Carol Oates: Hazards Of Time Travel

Blog Tour: The Concordat by Sean Heary #TheConcordat

Hello! Today’s it’s my stop at the Random Things Tours for The Concordat by Sean Heary. My husband is a fan of history related fiction, and actually we both read this book. So, it’s a double review ๐Ÿ™‚ Here is what it’s about: Since his rise to power, Russian President Alexander Volkov has increasingly engaged … More Blog Tour: The Concordat by Sean Heary #TheConcordat

Grumpy Mr. Hawthorne is back: The Sentence is Death

This was one of my most anticipated books of the year, reading The Word is Murder before. This is a detective series featuring detective Daniel Hawthorne and Anthony Horowitz himself trying to resolve crime cases together for Horowitz to write a book about that crime afterwards. Hawthorne is a grumpy, secretive character; but he’s awfully … More Grumpy Mr. Hawthorne is back: The Sentence is Death