World War II Reads

I live in The Netherlands and today marks 75 years of freedom in The Netherlands. Yesterday (4th of May) we remembered all the lives lost during the war and today we celebrate freedom. These are strange times to celebrate freedom when we are all stuck at home. Still I am so grateful that I grew... Continue Reading →

The Hazel Wood review

A review about The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. Synopsis Seventeen-year-old Alice and her mother have spent most of Alice’s life on the road, always a step ahead of the uncanny bad luck biting at their heels. But when Alice’s grandmother, the reclusive author of a cult-classic book of pitch-dark fairy tales, dies alone on... Continue Reading →

February Update

I did not read much in February. University kept me busy. So this post will be short. Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis I listened to the audiobook version of this book. I really liked that she is the narrates the book herself. This is a really hard book to rate and talk about.... Continue Reading →

January update

Hello, here my update for January. Most books that I read this month are easy and quick to read. University has been kinda busy and I did not want to read anything that difficult while my brain was already stuffed with all that I need to learn. So here are the books I read this... Continue Reading →

2019 best reads

2019 was not my best reading year (I ended the year with a reading slump). However I did read some really good books this year and wanted to share some with you. Hopefully at the end of this you will have some awesome books to add to your TBR. I put the goodreads summary and... Continue Reading →

Spooky Halloween reads

Halloween is almost there and to get into the spooky vibes of this holiday I made a list of some great spooky reads. I do not read many scary books myself so this list is mostly based on recommendations I got from friends. I put the goodreads summary with every book. Hope you have an... Continue Reading →

Uprooted review

This is a review of Uprooted by Naomi Novik. Every ten years a wizard named the Dragon comes to the valley and takes a girl to come live with him in his tower. The villagers accept this because the Dragon protects them from the dangerous woods around them. When these woods get to you they... Continue Reading →

Spin the dawn review

A review of spin the dawn by Elizabeth Lim Maia Tamarin is an amazing seamstress who works at her fathers shop. The war leaves her family broken, the family is asked to compete in a sewing contest to become the imperial tailor. Disguised as her brother Maia takes his place to save her family. At... Continue Reading →

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