Het is weer eens tijd voor wat mini-recensies. Ik heb een aantal boeken gelezen waar ik wel iets over te vertellen heb, maar wat te weinig is voor een uitgebreide recensie. In deze blog post lees je wat ik van De kleur van Colorado van Rebecca Yarros vind. Ook herlas ik Red, White, and Royal […]
Genre: General Fiction
Last fall, this new book by Colleen Hoover caught my eye. Regretting You was published in December 2019, but I just finished it recently. I’m lucky for once, because I finished it before it might get a Dutch translation. For the record, that is still unknown. Trigger warning: Grief, depression, death of loved ones
That March was a strange month is probably the understatement of the decade. In the Netherlands, we got our first case of Covid19 in the last weekend of February, but there was no reason to panic yet. So, life was normal in the first weeks of March. However, that changed on March 12 and even […]
Another mini-review, I just have little energy and less to say. This book was really hyped, but could I enjoy the hype?
I read other books by this author, which I liked. Did I like The Husband’s Secret as well?
It has been a few years since I read a book by Jojo Moyes. To be exact, that was Me before you in 2016. After this book, I didn’t pick up any other book by this author, although I bought The horse dancer. In October 2019, The giver of stars was released and this synopsis […]
Merry Christmas everyone! I will spoil you with some extra blog posts today, among which is this one with 3 mini-reviews. One of them is a Christmas story, so go ahead and enjoy!
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 -, […]
A while ago, I came across The seven or eight deaths of Stella Fortuna by Juliet Grames. I knew I wanted to read this book, but I just didn’t feel like buying it. Fortunately, it was included in October’s Bookchoice selection, so I went ahead and grabbed it. Trigger warnings: (mention of) rape
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. […]