I don’t DNF a lot of books. At least, that’s what I tell myself. My Goodreads currently reading shelf would tell you differently, as would the amount of books with bookmarks in them on my TBR shelf. So here’s a few of the books I never got around to finish. Honestly, you are allowed to judge me. Read More »
I recently read Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys. I don’t have enough to say about it to write a good, full-length review, but I wanted to share some thoughts anyway. Salt to the Sea is a historical young adult book about WW2. It takes place during the last year of the war, meaning it’s already bad when it starts, and oh dear does it get worse. It’s so good, and so, so heartbreaking. Read More »
I recently read Ordbrodösen by Anna Arvidsson, a book about a family where the women can control others with written words. It was just as awesome as it sounds. Sadly, it’s only published in Swedish, so my review will be written in Swedish.
Ordbrodösen av Anna Arvidsson
Utgiven: Januari 2017 av Raben&Sjögren
Genre: Fantasy, unga vuxna
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Today I thought I’d do something a bit different from what I usually post here. I’ll do a January favorites. Bookish things, of course, because everything in my life is bookish, but also some other things I’ve really loved this month.
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