Harry Potter Illustrated Editions

As you may very well know, I'm a true Potter head at heart. It took my a lot of time to finally acquire the illustrated editions by Jim Kay and I have to day, I don't regret them. The illustrations are truly beautiful and only true Potter heads can appreciate them. I understand that everyone [...]

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JULY TBR

I'm back with one of my favorite type of post, July To Be Read! July is going to be a fairly busy month for me, both work and study wise. But this won't stop me from trying to squeeze everything in my schedule as I find that I am more productive when I have a [...]

Why I read Wuthering Heights every year 

I have a problem. I recognize this. I try to fight it but it's all in vain. I ready Wuthering Heights every year and here is why: The Moors. I'm so in love with England's countryside and the way the moors are described. Scenery and setting are key in this novel. The characters are so real. They [...]

A Court of Thorns and Roses – Review

"I love you," I said, and stabbed him.  I decide that this book series deserves individual posts or this would end up just one huge babbling run on blog post 😂 So, starting off with the book that had me hooked with Sarah J Maas' writing, A Court of Thornes and Roses (ACOTAR). The book is a modern [...]

Six of Crows Duology – Review

Whoever says that they did not fall in love with Kaz Brekker while reading Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom IS LYING! I haven't crushed on a literary character so hard since Twilight and Edward Cullen! 😍 I did not expect to like this duology as much as I did. I didn't know what to expect going in but [...]

Shatter Me Series – Review 

This series have the most eye catching covers! Get it? Get it? OK, apart from my cold- Arctic Poll worthy- puns, I think that this is the review for those who want to read something easy and interesting.  The series have mystery, romance and are as breezy as they can get without loosing sight of [...]

Throne of Glass Series – Review

I started reading the Throne of Glass series a year ago. I had just finished the A Court of Thornes and Roses trilogy by Sarah J Maas and I wanted something to feel the gap. I thought that since it was a series by Maas, it would be similar to ACOTAR. Boy WAS I wrong [...]