Let’s Talk Bookish: what makes a book YA?

Another week is over, we’re in July already and my summer break starts in three weeks?! How come, I have one more test on Monday and then I am all stress-free for the summer and ready to enjoy the pool with all the summer books I can imagine! Anyways, back to the books: today I’ll talk about the aspects that make books YA, some problems I’ve had with YA and list some faves of mine! Let’s Talk Bookish is as always hosted by  Dani @ Literary Lion and Rukky @ Eternity Books!

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Let’s Talk Bookish: what do you look for in a review?

It’s been quite a while, but I’m back: several tests done, two to go. Anyways, I am super excited to get back on track and why not start with Let’s Talk Bookish – especially, when I suggested the topic. I’m super interested what all the other came up with, so if you’ve participated: comment! Let’s Talk Bookish is as always hosted by  Dani @ Literary Lion and Rukky @ Eternity Books!

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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag ft. me crumbling down

2020 is more than half-way over and I’m stick stuck in March. Corona made me loose track of time, I feel like we skipped the whole spring season and to be honest, we were thrown into summer?! During the past month, we slowly returned to reality, I have normal school again and that is something I’m immensely grateful for – some exams coming up (not very cool), but I am ready to enjoy summer evenings with my friends and am super excited for the trips my family has planned for summer break!

However: my reading, very unpredicted, suffered immensely this year. Normal as it started, I was suffocating in school work and then corona said hi and home schooling was even more intense and I haven’t had much time to read. So this should be fun, with the little amount of read books so far. By the way, I got the idea from Kaya @afictionalbookworm – so check out her post as well!

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Let’s talk bookish – anti heros!

I’m back – studying and reading (currently in the middle of rereading My Lady Jane and I’m having the time of my life!) has kept me from writing my blog, but this Let’s Talk Bookish topic is too good to be true: anti-heros. I’ll talk about my favorites, why I like them and then some books with anti-heros I wish to read soon! Let’s Talk Bookish is as always hosted by  Dani @ Literary Lion and Rukky @ Eternity Books!

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Rereading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – Review

Finally, after a very (too) long time, I’ve managed to finish rereading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire for the second time. It was the last book I read during last year’s Harry Potter Rereading Marathon (a private one haha) and I just had to continue this year. I have had a super filled week full of family (my cousin just bought the house opposite of my aunt’s and the whole family joined in and is helping him move in!), school and reading. And so I’ve had to make the tough choice of ignoring my blog for a couple of days in order to achieve my daily goals (no, I have not done so today, I still have to practice my Spanish presentation for Monday – adios amigos!). Anyways – here are my thoughts!

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Top Ten Tuesday: books I’ve added to my TBR and forgotten why!

And onto another tag: today I’ll list up all the random books on my TBR list that made sense at some point, but which are just unexplainable now. I usually add books very quickly, but I’m not much of a forgetter, so I hope I’ll be able to list some books (for the sake of this post, it would mean heavenly order for my TBR shelf). So let’s see!

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Broadchurch – Mini Review

It’s been one hell of a week – I’ve been living at my aunt’s house, writing and doing things for school, watching series and going out and tragically, never being able to finish a book. I’m still in the middle of Goblet of Fire (I hope to finish it this weekend) and have just finished watching the first season of Broadchurch with my mum and we are absolutely stunned – so here’s a small review!

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