Tag: wrap up

28 December 2019

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 Kristoff Dance of Thieves by Mary E. Pearson Vampire Academy […]

3 August 2019

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 it sends a strong message, and additionally, it’s a really […]

7 February 2019

January wrap-up

Just a short post, because January was a busy month for me, and so is the beginning of the February. I didn’t read a lot this month, but my definite favourite I discovered this month was ‘All for the Game’ series by Nora Sakavic. I absolutely fell in love with this series, and I have a feeling you are going to hear much more about […]

30 November 2018

November wrap-up

This month was also a good reading month for me – I have to admit that bookstagram is really motivating me to read more (not to mention all the book recommendations). Both October and November are ‘Harry Potter’ months for me, so I’ve mostly reread the series. I’ve also started rereading ‘Grisha Trilogy’, even though I read it in July. Overall, I liked all the […]

29 October 2018

October wrap-up

October was such a good reading month for me! Honestly! I have managed to read 10 books which, compared to September, is a lot. My favourite read of this month was ‘Everless’ (I don’t include ‘Harry Potter’ in that, because ‘Harry Potter’ is ‘Harry Potter’). Here is my October wrap-up! ‘Catwoman’ Sarah J. Maas ★★★★★ I was so excited to finally get my hands on […]

6 October 2018

September wrap-up

It was a terrible reading month for me, really. I wasn’t home for the most time and I didn’t take any books with me. Then, I was on my holidays where I was too busy sightseeing, resting and bonding with my family. But I still wanted to share the books I have read this month with the world. I managed to find two interesting books […]