Synopsis: The sea rose. Civilisation was wiped out, countries drowned. Out of the ashes of a desperate refugee camp, a new society was born, with a new place to call home: Land. Trapped by an aggressive sea, its citizens were bound to rules that saw the weak removed, marriage and children by approval only, and… Continue reading Review: Land by Alex Campbell.
Okay so before we start – yes, I know I’m a terrible person. I announced a month ago that I was back from my blogging break and I disappeared again after only one post. I’m sorry but the procrastination ghost came to haunt me back yet again. I’m going to try to post more often… Continue reading A Work in Progress by Connor Franta – Book Review
Disclaimer: The images are taken from google. Warning: don’t read this if you haven’t read The Mortal Instruments. It contains a lot of references from that series. A Spoiler-Free description of the book: Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy consists of ten interesting novellas from Shadowhunter Academy. It’s about a boy called Simon Lewis who was… Continue reading A Quick spoiler-free Review on “Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy”
Hello Everybody! I’m so bored right now and I don’t have ANYTHING to do, so I just thought I’d write a book review – no, actually two book reviews, – on two books I recently finished reading: I was Jane Austen’s best friend by Cora Harrison and its sequel, Jane Austen stole my boyfriend. I… Continue reading A Book Review on I was Jane Austen’s best friend and it’s sequel
This review contains spoilers. Little Women. Author: Louisa May Alcott Orginally published in: 1868 Genre: Bildungsroman (whatever that is), Classic, coming-of-age story. Review: I ablsolutely adored this book. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is a wonderful book, and is one of my favorite classics. The book, at times was very sad, but most of the time… Continue reading A book review on Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
I know, I know – I did a review on the Mark of Athena AGES ago and I was supposed to do a review on The house of Hades ages ago but I just didn’t feel like it and I’m sorry. So, hello guys. Today I’ll be doing a book review on The House of Hades… Continue reading A Book Review on The Heroes of Olympus: The House of Hades
So I’m currently reading City of Heavenly Fire, the sixth and the last book from the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare, and I’ve almost finished reading it. I’ve never ever felt this sad while reading a book. I still can’t believe this is the end. The end to my adventures with Jace, Clary, Magnus,… Continue reading A sort-of Book Review on City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare