“Aren’t memories a little like furniture of the mind?” Continue reading The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt by Andrea Bobotis
House of Glass is a platypus of literature. The book has a body of a gothic mystery and a tail of another genre. Continue reading House of Glass by Susan Fletcher
An exceptional pacifist novel about WWI, but unfortunately I failed to like the book as much as I anticipated. Continue reading The Salt of the Earth by Jozef Wittlin
It’s a story about a 17-year old girl called Fleetwood who’s trying to save herself, her baby and her friend in England during the times of witch-hunts. Continue reading The Familiars by Stacey Halls
“BREAKING: Nuclear weapon detonates over Washington
BREAKING: London hit, thousands feared dead.
BREAKING: Munich and Scotland hit. World leaders call for calm.” Continue reading The Last by Hanna Jameson
What I’ve read and what I’m reading in this new bookish year. Continue reading New year is here, let’s plunge into new books!
How I tricked my brain into not buying more books. Continue reading Wishlist as a life hack for buying less books
Really good stories, books from the future, and one book I decided not to finish. Continue reading Reading books in December
Many people adore Bitter Orange. I won’t say that the adoration is undeserved. I just won’t be one of those people. I did like this book but there were some moments that I liked less. Read more for my review of the book. Continue reading Bitter Orange by Claire Fuller
The Stranger Diary is described as “contemporary gothic” and it’s not really untrue. It’s just that contemporary in this book goes one way while the gothic part goes the other. Continue reading The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
Some books are like mystical creatures. I don’t know the exact numbers but they are rare. Maybe they are even a disappearing kind, although I hope not. Here’s my review of a book like this. Continue reading Virgil Wander by Leif Enger
I recently reviewed a couple of books “from the future”. That means they are advance reading copies sent by publishers to “readers of influence” so that the readers can read and influence via their platforms. To say that I’m excited is an understatement. Continue reading On books, time travel and advance reading copies