Review: Colleen Hoover – Verity

Review: Colleen Hoover – Verity

Before I start with the actual review, I would like to provide some trigger and content warnings. To be honest, I don’t know where to begin regarding these warnings, because this entire book is a big trigger warning from start to finish. A car accident, death, murder, traumatic experiences, manipulative lying…… Verity by Colleen Hoover contains all these triggers. Therefore, I would like to say the following on this subject. If your mental health is unstable and if you are sensitive to different kinds of triggers, this book might not be the best one to pick up for you. This book could make you feel rather unsafe because of the triggers. The first trigger is already on the first page and it doesn’t stop until you close the book. So please be aware of this whenever you decide to pick Verity up. If you still want to read my review, click on “continue reading”.

Keep Reading »
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!

Keep Reading »
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.

Keep Reading »
Mini-recensies: Hartstocht // Shadows // Reveal Me

Mini-recensies: Hartstocht // Shadows // Reveal Me

Vandaag heb ik weer een aantal mini-recensies voor jullie. In deze editie bespreek ik drie novella’s, waarvan ik er eentje al in juli las. Ik wachtte echter even met een recensie tot ik wat meer novella’s zou hebben, want er lag er nog eentje te wachten en er kwam er recent nog eentje uit. Kijk je mee?

Keep Reading »