In my latest bookhaul, I included More Gappy Than Not by Adam Silvera. I wanted to read this book for a year, but the urge wasn’t that big however. I finally did an attempt to read it and I understand why my urge wasn’t that big.Keep Reading »
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?Keep Reading »
When I started reading V. E. Schwab’s books last summer, I instantly bought Vicious. However, it took me a while to pick this one up and unfortunately it didn’t meet my very high expectations.Keep Reading »
When Girls Of Paper And Fire came to my attention, I was not sure whether I wanted to read it or not. First and foremost, I saw mixed reviews and second, it took place in a palace. Again. I was not sure if I could handle another book in that kind of setting. Therefore, I pulled off reading this one until I purchased it back in February. I finally came around to read this and this book was so different from what I first expected this to be.
Trigger warnings: sexual assault, violence, rape, physical and mental abuse, homophobia. Representation: Asian, lesbian.Keep Reading »
I have been seeing Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff on social media and other blogs for a while now. I recently reactivated my Scribd account – because let’s face it, it’s so much cheaper than Audible – and I saw the entire trilogy on there. Time to check out what all this hype was for.Keep Reading »
After reading City Of Bones back in January, it was time to continue with The mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. In the second installment, City Of Ashes, the world will be explored much more.Keep Reading »
When The Darkest Starr by Jennifer L. Armentrout was published in Ocotober 2018, I just finished the third book in the Lux series. I already met Luc and I knew I wanted to read this book. However, I had to wait until I finished Lux, to avoid spoilers. I finished that series in February, so, it was finally time to read The Darkest Star.Keep Reading »
It has been a while, but I have another bunch of mini reviews for you. Two of these are novellas, so mini reviews make lots of sense. Furthermore, I have two books I don’t have much to say about, so here we go.Keep Reading »
Somewhere in the fall of last year, I came across Five Feet Apart. The plot interested me, so I saved it on Storytel. However, I never came around reading it until I saw it coming up again everywhere. The movie won’t be out in the Netherlands till June, so will the translation of the book.
Representation: Cistic Fibrosis, gay rep, POC rep. Trigger warnings: (mentioning of) death, grief, loss, heartbreak.Keep Reading »
This book and therefore review contains te following trigger warnings: alcohol and drug abuse, addiction, sexual assault, unwanted pregnancy, emotional abuse.
At the start of 2019 I went browsing to the “books released this year” section on Goodreads and I saw this book by Taylor Jenkins Reid popping up. I absolutely love The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo, so I immediately added Daisy Jones & The Six to my TBR. But was Daisy able to top Evelyn?Keep Reading »