Stalking Jack the Ripper Review

Stalking Jack the Ripper Review

I never pick up mystery novels, which is actually very strange, since I love shows like Sherlock, CSI, Bones etc. The reason why I bought this is because when I was in London, we stayed at the area where Jack the Ripper killed all his victims and there were tours and everything. I wanted to… Read More »

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Rebel Spring Mini Review

Rebel Spring Mini Review

***I will do my best to discuss without spoilers. Read on with caution!    Rebel Spring is the second book in the Falling Kingdoms and let me sum it up: I am addicted to this series The twists and turns are stressful in a good way I love all the characters even the evil villain  I am… Read More »

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The Magician’s Workshop Review

The Magician’s Workshop Review

The premise of The Magician’s Workshop is so intriguing to me. Fast forward to the future where the Earth has been flooded and humanity lives on islands scattered throughout the globe. Also, magic abounds and citizens are able to cast projections, thereby altering reality. There is a caste system set in place and only those… Read More »

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You Will Know Me Review

You Will Know Me Review

Going for the gold means not letting a little thing like murder slow you down. In Abbot’s world, the parents are sometimes more immature than the children, underhanded comments abound, and there are some pretty shady parent meetings. You Will Know Me was such an interesting read! The world of gymnastics is pretty cut-throat, and… Read More »

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Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones Review

Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones Review

Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones, my first 5 star book of the year. For me it means a lot to rate a book 5 stars, because I rarely do. This book was incredible in so many ways. Most of the times I take of half a star or even a whole star when I don’t like… Read More »

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25 Bookish Facts About Me

25 Bookish Facts About Me

Today I’m going to share 25 bookish facts about me with you, so that maybe you can get to know me a bit better! Let’s jump right into the post. English isn’t my first language, Dutch is. The first English book I ever read was A Game Of Thrones by George R R Martin. I currently… Read More »

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In A Dark, Dark Wood Review

In A Dark, Dark Wood Review

I was at the Houston Airport with a three hour layover and completely and utterly unprepared in the literary sense. The absurd thing is I brought two books along for the trip and had already finished them. So I went to the gift shop and perused the shelves of the wildly popular titles and came… Read More »

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January OwlCrate Unboxing

January OwlCrate Unboxing

It’s that time again! A brand new OwlCrate found its’ way to me a few weeks ago. I tore into this box so quickly. It has been killing me to wait all this time to share with y’all! I am trying to figure out a good time to post to avoid spoiling the box for… Read More »

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The Radius of Us Review

The Radius of Us Review

If you are looking for a book that deals with diverse characters and situations than I think this book is it! I love LOVE how The Radius of Us adds diversity. One of the best things about this book I think is the diverseness (is that a word haha?) seems real. The main characters have… Read More »

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Book Of The Month Club

Book Of The Month Club

Book of the Month Club is a relatively new subscription for me. I first signed up in late December during their Black Friday sales. I had been following BOTM posts and tweets for about 3 months prior to. This was a well-researched decision for me and I am so happy I decided to become a… Read More »

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