Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

I saw this over at PaperFury’s blog (make sure you check it out!), and I thought it would be a fun thing to do – especially since I have not been doing my monthly wrap-ups this year. And what a year it has been! Let’s be honest – this year is a mess with everything …

My favourite 10 books of 2019

My favourite 10 books of 2019 The Heart of a Changeling by Caitlyn E. Lloyd Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery (reread) The Final Empire (Mistborn #1) by Brandon Sanderson Becoming by Michelle Obama Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid Nevernight by Jay …

July wrap-up

‘Sky in the Deep’ Adrienne Young ★★★★ I actually gave it 4,5 stars, because it was really damn good. We don’t have many books about tribes in Young-Adult, which is a shame. I liked the characters, who were from different tribes, but realise that they are the same despite fighting for centuries – I think …

June wrap-up

‘Romanov’ Nadine Brandes ★★★ I usually love retellings, but I have to admit that I didn’t like this one as much. It was very different from what I have already known about Anastasia. I liked the main character – she was everything a main female character should be, and I liked the tsar’s whole family. …

‘Red Rising’ Pierce Brown

synopsis Darrow is a Red, which is the lowest caste in colour-coded society. He works all day along with his people, making sure that Mars is habitable for the next generations. He does everything willingly, hoping that his children will have a better life than he has. However, soon he discovers that his caste had …

April wrap-up

‘Vicious’ V.E. Schwab ★★★★ I’m not sure how I feel about this book just yet – the beginning was too dull for me. It took three months to finish it, but when I finally decided to read it, I did it in one day. I definitely did not like the beginning, but the rest was …