12 Books I Read in 2021

Photo by Ugur Akdemir on Unsplash or How I traveled Fictionally Last Year I wrote a similar article about the books I read in 2020, which you can read here. You’ll find I was a much more “productive” reader back then, with 19 books read, as opposed to only 12 this past year. For some reason, despite theContinue reading “12 Books I Read in 2021”

The June Book Review

The Binding by Bridget Collins Disclosure:After spending some more time with the second and third books of The Daevabad Trilogy, about which I wrote in my last review here, I needed some time to readjust. That series hooked me and it felt hard to pick up something, fearing it might disappoint. I have not reviewedContinue reading “The June Book Review”

The April Book Review

Photo by Ed Robertson on Unsplash The City of Brass I was such a lazy reader this month, I only started reading in the last few days. Thankfully, the book has got me so caught up, I could barely put it down. The book I’m talking about is “The City of Brass” by S.A. Chakraborty. An adult fantasyContinue reading “The April Book Review”

The March Book Review

Photo by Tom Hermans on Unsplash The Alice Network I’ve started the month with a big reading mood that somehow managed to fade quickly, which resulted in only one read book in March. However, the book was great. I’m talking about a novel, called “The Alice Network”, written by Kate Quinn.  The description seemed promising and I hadContinue reading “The March Book Review”

The February Book Review

This month was slightly more fruitful in terms of reading than January, although not much. I managed to read a novel and a novella. I’ll be covering both in this review. Please beware, there are spoilers ahead.  Five Quarters of the Orange by Joanne Harris Joanne Harris is an English author, best known for theContinue reading “The February Book Review”

The January Book Review

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue I’m hoping to read at least one book per month this year and so far I’ve managed. I’ve started with The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E.Schwab. Now, I’ve seen the name of the author several times before and thought I should have a go at one ofContinue reading “The January Book Review”

19 Books I read in 2020 – how I traveled fictionally in Covid times

I’ve always enjoyed reading, and I prefer fiction for the way it makes me feel rather than the information conveyed. I enjoy wandering into a story, only to get back to real life a few hours later. I studied philology so I can be quite critical of literature, but I usually prefer no to. OneContinue reading “19 Books I read in 2020 – how I traveled fictionally in Covid times”