I can’t believe I finished it – the longest book I ever read and the story I wanted most never to end. Here are my thoughts on Marissa Meyer’s finale strike against the evil Queen Levana.Continue Reading
It took me far longer than I had hoped to finish the third book of Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles and to be honest – I don’t know where to start.Continue reading “Cress – Review”
This book started as a regual side read on the weekends, just some book to read in one day to get your mind off of things. But The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo ended up being so much more than that. Continue reading “The Poet X – Review”
After my long car ride today, I finally made it to finish the sequel of Marissa Meyer’s novel Cinder. And I have quite a few thoughts about it. And just to mention, as this is indeed a sequel, my review of Scarlet might contain spoilers.Continue reading “Scarlet – Review”
Today, fifty years ago, the author famous for hundreds of novels, died. Enid Blyton was my favorite children’s book author and therefore I’d like to make an apprechiation post.
PS: Sorry for being so inactive lately but school won’t let me have time!Continue reading “Enid Blyton”
After a week of too short reading time, I finally made it to Marissa Meyer’s final explosion in her novel Cinder. I couldn’t love a book more – is all I am saying to that Continue reading “Cinder – Review”
I have not read a book that brought me to my limits like this one in a long time. I panicked more than a few times, I feared for a life and I got entangled in the story. Sabaa Tahir’s novel is straight-out a masterpiece. Continue reading “An Ember in the Ashes – Review”