(EN) Bookending Summer: Looking forward: most anticipated releases for the second half of the year

(EN) Bookending Summer: Looking forward: most anticipated releases for the second half of the year

It’s the last day of July, which means that it’s the last day of Bookending Summer as well. First I would like to thank Clo and Sam for organizing this event and for all the effort they put in the organization. Second, I want to thank all my fellow hosts for their prompts, although I didn’t do them all. Third, I want to thank my fellow bloggers to participate in our prompts. Finally, it’s time for my final prompt which also means the final prompt for this edition of Bookend Events. What’s better than ending an event with looking forward? Therefore, today is the day that we will look forward to our most anticipated releases for the remainder of 2019. Trust me, there are a lot of good ones, so this post will be long. Are you ready to stress more and more over your TBR? Please fill in the feedback form for Bookending Summer, the link is at the bottom of this post. You will help Clo and Sam a lot by providing your feedback.

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(EN) Bookending Summer: Reading in your native language versus reading in English

(EN) Bookending Summer: Reading in your native language versus reading in English

Welcome back, today is day 2 of me being your Bookending Summer host. Today we are going to have a discussion post. Here in the Netherlands, the following question rises often: “Do you read in Dutch or English and why? What is better to do?” These discussions start every so often, so it’s time to write your own opinion about reading in your native language versus reading in English once and for all.

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(EN) Bookending Summer: Books to take on holiday, but there is a limit!

(EN) Bookending Summer: Books to take on holiday, but there is a limit!

Hello and welcome to my first prompt as your host for Bookending Summer! I will be hosting the final three days of this great event and we have had a lot of amazing prompts before. Time for me to challenge you a bit! Summer is the time to go on a holiday and a holiday means lots of reading time. However, you also have to be social and go and see something of the place your are visiting. Therefore, there is a limit on the amount of books you are allowed to take. You can only take 3 books, no matter the format. Tough decisions have to be made, but here are mine.

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(EN) The TBR Alphabet Tag

(EN) The TBR Alphabet Tag

Okay okay, I have still some reviews to catch up on, but I found this tag over at Bookish Mimich a while ago and it looks fun! Besides, some different content is great, so here’s me, finally doing the TBR Alphabet tag.

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(EN) Review: Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman – Aurora Rising (The Aurora Cycle #1)

(EN) Review: Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman – Aurora Rising (The Aurora Cycle #1)

After reading Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman, I knew I wanted to read Aurora Rising. Illuminae unfortunately didn’t work for me because of its unusual format, but this book is written in the traditional format and the synopsis sounded appealing to me. Moreover, my expectations were set high because of all the hype the ARC of Aurora Rising was receiving. Did this book live up to the hype for me?

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(EN) The Folk Of The Air Book tag

(EN) The Folk Of The Air Book tag

I haven’t done a tag in a while and this one has been sitting in my drafts for forever and ever. I, obviously, love The Folk Of The Air series – I admit that it took me a while -, so when Rain did this tag I knew I wanted to do it too.

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