Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Yay or nay: Yay a million times. 4.5 🌟 Let me tell you something funny. I really hated this book because it made me cry so much. Not exaggerating, from start to finish I was in tears. There is such a beauty in the sadness of this novel, … Continue reading Where the Crawdads Sing, begins the loneliness
I couldn't help to join the Negative/Positive Review banter! I have OF COURSE.. some opinions..here we go. 1-Your Blog, Your Rules. As Drew said here in his fab post many times, if you're on your blog, it's your rules, your world, your post, no one really can argue why you're posting a positive or negative review. … Continue reading Positive or Negative, it’s the honest review that counts!
There are books that take you away from your reality, cutting your ties with daily hassles and absorb you in. Have you recently read one like that? #OnceUponARiver by Diane Setterfield definitely fits that category. It's filled with magical realism- but surprisingly some science too- lots of interesting characters, a Negro farmer with a golden heart, … Continue reading Once Upon a Time, there was a river
Today is my turn on the fabulous Winter of the Witch's UK blog tour and I am very excited. Winternight trilogy started with The Bear and the Nightingale and introduced us one of the most kick-ass female protagonists of YA fiction: Vasya. When we met her in Bear and the Nightingale she was a child-girl, … Continue reading Winter of the Witch: The final book of Winternight Trilogy and GIVEAWAY!
So a promise is a promise: I am planning my TBR now, see? Done my homework. Nailing it. In this delicious pile of books, you see Fates and Furies and Nine Perfect Strangers, and Normal People, the books I said I'll read like, 3 months ago now? Let me tell myself one thing: It's happening. I … Continue reading My January TBR : A small step for book world, a big gulp for me
After seeing my buddy Umut's fabulous new year resolution post here, I am so inspired to write mine. So here's my bookish goals this year! 1. Don't be greedy when requesting books When it comes to requesting books from Netgalley, or asking proofs from publisher, I found that I was greedy and careless. Guys, I … Continue reading A new year, a new bookish me