A summary of my review of Jade War: Fonda Lee, stop breaking my heart.
Last year I really enjoyed The Bear and the Nightingale but didn’t quite fall in love with it. Now however I already knew the world and the characters. The Girl in the Tower delivered for me. It was all about the characters.
Happy new year! This week the topic for top ten tuesday is top rated books of 2018 (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). I decided to share my 5 and 4,5 star rated books of last year. I haven’t been rating books very high as you will see in my stat post later… Continue reading My 5 and 4,5 Star Reads of 2018 / #toptentuesday 169
Last year I saw a translated to Dutch middle grade book making the rounds. It was more so under the radar and the attention seemed to come more from book sellers than any of the Dutch book bloggers. This book was The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. Straight of the cover pulled me in and… Continue reading Four Reasons to Pick up this Middle Grade: The Many Worlds of Albie Bright
I finally read the conclusion to the Lockwood & Co. series!
Lake Silence, the standalone The Others book filled with cliche. And I didn’t care.
Book: Clear Card Volume 1 (Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card 1) by CLAMP Release Date: December 2nd 2016 Tags: Manga / Young Adult / Fantasy / Magic / Japan ⌘ ⌘ Other books by this author I reviewed Legal Drug (vol 1-3) Goodreads ⌘ Possible spoilers for the previous books in the series Thank you… Continue reading Book Review – Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Volume 1
Three years ago I read the Seraphina duology. Here are some reasons I loved it.
The conclusion to the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard trilogy!
This book, with a long title that I somehow always forget the order of, has been hyped and recommended to me for the last year and a half or so. I’ve been told that I would love it. If that isn’t an insane expectation to live up to, I don’t know what is. But you know what, I loved it.