Recension: Till min dotter

Till min dotter av Malin Wollin                                                                                             Utgiven: 2016 av… Continue reading Recension: Till min dotter


Recension: Allt jag inte sa

Allt jag inte sa av Yrsa Walldén Utgiven: 2017 av Vox Hur berättar jag om den här fantastiska boken? Någon slags sammanfattning så att det blir tydligare med vad jag pratar om till att börja med kanske.     Tänk att flytta till en helt ny stad utan att känna en enda människa. Tänk att… Continue reading Recension: Allt jag inte sa

Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

So for the first 3 days of BookTubeAThon I read the Shatter Me trilogy. Like many other books I read during BTAT, my impression was pretty meh. But there was definitely some upsides, as well as a few downsides to the series. This will mostly be a review on Shatter Me, but I'll mention a… Continue reading Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Review: It’s Not Like It’s a Secret

It's Not Like It's a Secret by Misa Sugiura Published by HarperCollins in May, 2017 The first half of this book was actually really good. It wasn't wow but it was perfectly enjoyable and I thought that it was a cute romance that I could recommend to just about anyone. Then, it wasn't anymore.  Let's start… Continue reading Review: It’s Not Like It’s a Secret

Review: The Melody of You and Me

The premise of The Melody of You and Me (TMOYAM) promises a sweet novella about two girls falling in love in a bookstore. Amazing, isn't it? It was absolutely great, but unfortunately it didn't go much further than what could be read at the back of the book. After dropping out of university and breaking… Continue reading Review: The Melody of You and Me

Why you need to read Article Three

Hi! Today I wanted to share some of the reasons why you should want to read Article Three by Anna Jaksobsson Lund. If I'm doing this to avoid chemistry (which is ironic, because I'm anticipating AJL's (is that an okay shortening? My Swedish teacher says to never ever use the author's first name in anything… Continue reading Why you need to read Article Three

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Review

Alternative title: The story of how I learned to research books before reading them The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-Time by Mark Haddon Published: 2004 by Vintage Contemporaries  Genre: Fiction The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is about Christopher Boone, a 15 year old boy with Asperger’s Syndrome. He lives with… Continue reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Review

The Grisha Trilogy: A very spoilery rambling

So over the last 6 days I've been reading the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo. The SoC duology is one of my all time favorites, and although I tried to keep down my expectations for this one, it wasn't easy. (I feel like I've been over this a million times.) Anyway, I wasn't blown away,… Continue reading The Grisha Trilogy: A very spoilery rambling

Review: Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

At long last, I've finished this review. (I've been working on it for a month.) You can read it in either Swedish or English under the cut. Hope you'll like it, and that you decide to pick this book up, because it needs to be read. Huge thank you to Harper Collins Nordic for sending… Continue reading Review: Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

Review: The Siren by Kiera Cass

The Siren by Kiera Cass Published by HarperTeen in January 2016 (org. 2009) Genre: Fantasy, young adult, romance I didn't have very high expectations of this book. While I to some extent enjoyed the Selection series (or at least the first three books, which was all I could take), especially how fast paced it was,… Continue reading Review: The Siren by Kiera Cass