A big bunch of mini-reviews

A big bunch of mini-reviews

It has been a while since I actually wrote a review and I have many many books to catch up on. So, it’s time for a bunch of the smallest of mini-reviews, because I have nothing to say about these books except for a star rating. Let’s see how this goes!

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Review: Tomi Adeyemi – Children of Virtue and Vengeance

Review: Tomi Adeyemi – Children of Virtue and Vengeance

After about 1.5 years, the wait was finally over and we were able to continue reading in “The Legacy of Orïsha” series. Children of virtue and Vengeance got its release last December and because this was my only anticipated book for that month, I wanted to read it as soon as possible. Was it worth the long wait? Please beware of spoilers of Children of blood and bone within the synopsis.

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Review: Bex Hogan – Viper

Review: Bex Hogan – Viper

When I saw the Dutch translation of Bex Hogan’s Viper in the upcoming releases sections everywhere early November, I was not sure whether I wanted to read it or not. However, I tried it, because this book kept me curious. Did I like it as much as I’d expected? Time for a bullet point review!

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Review: Kristen Ciccarelli – The Sky Weaver

Review: Kristen Ciccarelli – The Sky Weaver

Finally, the wait is over and the third and final installment in the Iskari series by Kristen Ciccarelli is here. I have been waiting for The Sky Weaver since the start of this year and I read it nearly as soon as it got released.

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Review: Nino Haratischwili – The Eighth Life (For Brilka)

Review: Nino Haratischwili – The Eighth Life (For Brilka)

The Eighth life (for Brilka) by Nino Haratischwili kept crossing my path for a while now, maybe a year or two, but I never picked it up. Let’s be honest, it’s a beast of a book, the Dutch version has 1,275 pages. The English one is 300 pages shorter – don’t ask me why -, but I wanted to read this family chronicle i my native language. After reading reviews of Haratischwili’s signing sessions in Amsterdam and The Hague back in November, I caved and bought the book and read it soon after.

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Review: Tess Gerritsen – The shape of night

Review: Tess Gerritsen – The shape of night

Back in 2013, I accidentally discovered the Rizzoli & Isles series by Tess Gerritsen. I really liked these books, which led to me finishing and catching up on the entire series within a year. Besides, I read some other books by this author, with different experiences however. So when I got the chance to get a review copy of The shape of night, I immediately jumped on it out of curiosity.

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Review: Alice Oseman – Radio Silence

Review: Alice Oseman – Radio Silence

Radio silence by Alice Oseman has been on my TBR for nearly 2 years now. I always intended to listen to the audiobook, but surprise surprise, that never happened. So I finally bought the ebook and actually read it.

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Review: Amy Giles – Now Is Everything

Review: Amy Giles – Now Is Everything

At the beginning of this month, Now is everything by Amy Giles got its Dutch release. From the moment I saw the synopsis, I knew that I wanted to read this book. I did nearly as soon as I bought it and I have no regrets.

  • Trigger warnings: physical and emotional abuse, mention of (committing) suicide
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