WWW-Wednesday #35 | 20 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday #35 | 20 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday is a meme I’ve seen on a lot of blogs, so I have no idea who came up with it first. The purpose of this meme is pretty simple: tell us what you have read last week, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. You do so by answering the following questions:

  • What have you read last week?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What will you be reading next?

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Review: Erin Morgenstern – The Starless Sea

Review: Erin Morgenstern – The Starless Sea

For many people, The starless sea by Erin Morgenstern is their most anticipated book of 2019. I haven’t read The night circus before, so I was a little hesitant about this book I have to admit. Is Morgenstern’s writing for me? However, I saw many positive ARC reviews of The starless sea, so I decided to dive right into it.

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WWW-Wednesday #34 | 13 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday #34 | 13 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday is a meme I’ve seen on a lot of blogs, so I have no idea who came up with it first. The purpose of this meme is pretty simple: tell us what you have read last week, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. You do so by answering the following questions:

  • What have you read last week?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What will you be reading next?

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Review: Erin Stewart – Scars like wings

Review: Erin Stewart – Scars like wings

A while back, I stumbled upon Scars like wings by Erin Stewart. I immediately added it to my TBR, because such stories interest me. First of all, I haven’t read any book about a burn survivor in Young Adult bfore. Furthermore, this story shows courage and empowerment, themes that are explored more and more these days.

  • Representation: Burn survivor, anxiety, insecurity, depression
  • Trigger warnings: Graphic description of burns and scars, (re-experiences of) a traumatic experience, bullying, suicide attempt
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Mini-review: Cassandra Clare -Clockwork Prince

Mini-review: Cassandra Clare -Clockwork Prince

2019 is the year I finally started reading the books by Cassandra Clare. I read them in recommended order, so I read the first three books of The mortal instruments and then I dove into The infernal devices. I just finished the second book in this series.

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The Friday Five: authors who should form a writers duo

The Friday Five: authors who should form a writers duo

The Friday Five is a weekly meme hosted by Joost @ Nerdygeekyfanboy in which several Dutch bloggers make top 5 lists according to a certain topic. I haven’t participated in a while because the topics were not that appealing to me, but this week’s topic, suggested by Joany @ Craving Pages, sounded really interesting. We all know Erin Watt, Nicci French and Chrristina Lauren, all examples of author duo’s. Which authors do I think should form a duo, Project-based or forever?

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Review: Renée Ahdieh – The Beautiful

Review: Renée Ahdieh – The Beautiful

When I first saw The Beautiful appearing on social media, I was curious. It’s about vampires and I really wanted to go back in the days and read a good young adult novel about vampires. All reviews I’ve read were glowing, so I decided to go ahead and read it.

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WWW-Wednesday #33 | 6 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday #33 | 6 November 2019

WWW-Wednesday is a meme I’ve seen on a lot of blogs, so I have no idea who came up with it first. The purpose of this meme is pretty simple: tell us what you have read last week, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. You do so by answering the following questions:

  • What have you read last week?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What will you be reading next?

WWW-Wednesday is a meme I’ve seen on a lot of blogs, so I have no idea who came up with it first. The purpose of this meme is pretty simple: tell us what you have read last week, what you are currently reading and what you will be reading next. You do so by answering the following questions:

  • What have you read last week?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What will you be reading next?

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Mini reviews: The seven sisters serie by Lucinda Riley

Mini reviews: The seven sisters serie by Lucinda Riley

I’m known for reading a lot of Young Adult books, but I like to expand my horizon and to read different genres as well. It was in September 2018 that I started reading The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley, because everyone kept raging about it in a good way and the books were literally everywhere. However, I deleted my first review of the first book because A) it was trash and B) I found it more suitable to write one giant review post with all mini reviews. This blog post will be updated and re-published once I finish The sun sister, which will be out here in February 2020. And then again once the seventh book in this series is out.

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