Top Ten Tuesday || Books I Would Hand to Someone Who Claims to Not Like Reading

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Once I saw that today's topic for TTT was books I would recommend to someone who doesn't read, I got a bit too excited because that's what I usually do... There aren't really many readers that I know irl (if they read, they don't read English books. So whenever I get the opportunity, I like… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday || Books I Would Hand to Someone Who Claims to Not Like Reading

Book review: Anxious People

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Anxious People by Fredrik Backman Genres: contemporary, fiction TW: suicide, mentions of depression, panic attack, mentions of drugs abuse, mentions of domestic abuse, mentions of alcohol abuse Viewing an apartment normally doesn’t turn into a life-or-death situation, but this particular open house becomes just that when a failed bank robber bursts in and takes everyone… Continue reading Book review: Anxious People

Book review: A Land of Never After

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A Land of Never After (Curses of Never #1) by R. L. Davennor Genre: fantasy TW: Violence, language, mentions of body dysphoria and suicide All my life, I’ve dreamed of the sea. Mermaids, stormy skies, daring adventures, pirates…it was little wonder I sprinted to the docks the moment I left the orphanage. Eager to begin… Continue reading Book review: A Land of Never After

Book Review: Get a Life, Chloe Brown

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Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert Genres: contemporary, romance, adult fiction TW: chronic illness, emotional abuse, toxic relationship Chloe Brown is a chronically ill computer geek with a goal, a plan, and a list. After almost—but not quite—dying, she’s come up with seven directives to help her “Get a Life”, and she’s already… Continue reading Book Review: Get a Life, Chloe Brown

Books to keep you hooked #Fantasy_edition

Hello and welcome back to another Books to keep you hooked Fantasy edition post, which a series of posts about interesting books that I think everyone should try (whether you like it or not is another matter, but I really hope you'll do) If you're a thrillers' fan, check out the previous one all about… Continue reading Books to keep you hooked #Fantasy_edition

Books that will keep you hooked #thrillers-edition

Hello everyone!! Hope y'all doing well! Seeing as there's a bit of extra free time these days (Unfortunately, I'm not included), I had this idea to make a list of names books that I think you would like reading, and as you can hear see from the title, it would be kinda like series of… Continue reading Books that will keep you hooked #thrillers-edition

Book Review: The Silent Patient

Hello and welcome back to another book review! Hope you're doing great and healthy..... this tiny little thing (COVID-19) had caused so much already but we can win against it! This is a chapter and we'll get through it. Meanwhile, stay home and be safe!!! Promising to be the debut novel of the season The Silent Patient is a… Continue reading Book Review: The Silent Patient

Book Review: The Boy Who Steals Houses

Hello everyone!! Hope you're enjoying what's left of 2019, because OMG 2020 is sooooo close now!!😱 Mine is going ,hmmmmm🤔,good So far. Yeah, it's pretty good with some tornadoes here and there but that's what makes it more enjoyable, isn't it?! I've been waiting for soooo long for the right moment to read TBWSH and… Continue reading Book Review: The Boy Who Steals Houses

Book Review: A Curse So Dark And Lonely

Hello fellow bookworms!! Hope you're having a great day(s)! I've heard so Much about this book that I couldn't stop myself from finally getting the chance to explore it! If you've read it too, I'd love to hear your thoughts about it and if you're as exited as I am to read A Heart So… Continue reading Book Review: A Curse So Dark And Lonely

Book Review: The Smallest Thing

Hello everyone!! Hope you're having a good day(s)! I actually just realised that I'm kinda late with this one *sigh*.... college. But, I think better a little bit late than never .....right?!?!? Anyway, thank you Giselle for providing me with the book's copy !! The Smallest Thing  By Lisa Manterfield  Publication date: July 18th 2017Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult The very… Continue reading Book Review: The Smallest Thing