Another book which has been on my TBR for almost two years is Anna & The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I bought this book in 2016, because it sounded really lovely back then. However, I never managed to pick it up until now. Was it still as lovely as I thought it would be when I bought it? Read More
A series that I was meaning to start ages ago was the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. Whilst shopping at YALFest, I really had to face the fact that it was time to finally pick it up, since there were so many Grisha goodies. And heaven knows why I’ve waited so long with reading this, because I really don’t. Read More
The English book info would not fetch, so therefore I added the Dutch information. However, this information is also incorrect as the Dutch book has been released on April 10, 2018.
When it was announced that Laura Steven is coming to YALFestNL and that her book The Exact Opposite Of Okay would be released in Dutch, I immediately put it on my TBR. Not just because of YALFest, but because the synopsis sounded very interesting to me. A YA novel about slutshaming, I haven’t read many of these. Read More
In the fall of last year, Adam Silvera released his new book, They Both Die At The End. However, this book was not really on my TBR at the time. I found it on Storytel back in December and after reading the synopsis, I decided that I wanted to read it. Little did I know that the Dutch translation was already on its way, it will be in stores on April 26. But, is this book worthy of buying? Read More
This will be my first review written in English. Why am I not writing this one in Dutch? Well, because I’ve read the book in English. Whenever I saw that this book was going to be released in Dutch, I was not really eager to read it, let alone buy it. However, I found the English version when I randomly scrolled through Storytel. I decided to put this on my TBR on there and this week I’ve read it finally. Beforehand, my expectations were very low, but did the book succeed in surprising me?