Wintersong and its conlusion Shadowsong are an interesting mix of retellings: The Erlkoning, Labyrinth, the Goblin Market and the tale of Hades and Persephone. I was wary of this duology and I had every right to be as it turned out, but I still enjoyed it to a point.
Revenger was a surprising action-packed space adventure, a thing I wasn’t expecting after the first few pages.
Heksenhoeve by Belgian author An Janssens is a great supernatural mystery to prepare for Halloween.
Foundryside is a fast-paced and action packed first installment to an adult fantasy.
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
Lake Silence, the standalone The Others book filled with cliche. And I didn’t care.
Reign of the Fallen was a highly buzzed book in 2017 with necromancers. It finally released in last January.
Title: Paaz (Paaz 1) by Myrthe van der Meer Genre: Mental Health Release Date: October 2012 Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Goodreads Synopsis When Emma is admitted to the Paaz* she knows a mistake has been made. She has a great job, a great boyfriend and a great life. That she wants to die… Continue reading Book Review – Paaz