January 2019 Reading Wrap-up

And we’re already at the beginning of February. How is it possible that that January flew by so damn fast? It seems like I blinked three times and three weeks had passed. Anyway, as I participated in the 24 in 48 readathon this month, I almost doubled my reading during one weekend. (*small yeey*) In the…

S., the four-dimensional book

I’ve come to love Shusterman as an author during the last couple of years, so I keep an eye out for any book he publishes. When that latest release is about a modern day drought where the taps are suddenly not providing water any more, I don’t need any more incentive. I just knew I was going to love Dry.

December 2018 Reading Wrap-up

December is always a great reading month for me. The short days, the cold, the Christmas break, they all result in a lot of reading so I was very curious to see how many books I would be able to read. Most importantly of course, what the quality of my reading would be. And here…

November 2018 Reading Wrap-up

Winter time equals to blankets, hot cocoa and books to me, and I’ve definitely enjoyed the cosy and comfortable evenings so far. Here are all the books I read during those moments. Dry by Neal Shusterman & Jarrod Shusterman I’ve read a few Shusterman books by now and I immediately want to read this one…

Dry, or how I hugged my water bottle

I’ve come to love Shusterman as an author during the last couple of years, so I keep an eye out for any book he publishes. When that latest release is about a modern day drought where the taps are suddenly not providing water any more, I don’t need any more incentive. I just knew I was going to love Dry.

October 2018 Reading Wrap-up

October is traditionally the month that fall really hits with the days getting shorter and the reading time cosier. For me, it begins a period of more reading, but it was also the month I vowed to take my physical exercise more seriously and spent two days a week dying during CrossFit. Somehow though, I…

You Only Live Once, so how do you want to live your life?

A new Jess Vallance book? I want to read it. It’s about the pressure we live under and what’s actually important in life? I NEED to read it. That was basically my thought process when I heard of the existence of You Only Live Once, and I was determined to quickly get my hands on it and devour it.

That’s Not What Happened, but what did happen then?

From the moment I learned of That’s Not What Happened’s existence, I knew I had to get my hands on it. Even though I was a bit wary of Keplinger writing a book about a school shooting, I was still curious to see if she was going to be able to pull it off. Color me intrigued.

September 2018 Reading Wrap-up

In case you don’t remember, back in August I somehow managed to read 17 books. Don’t ask me how I didn’t it, but to prove that it’s not something that happens often, I also managed to read exactly one book by September 14th. Go figure. Warcross by Marie Lu This is the October pick of…

Made You Up, or didn’t she?

Made You Up has been on my radar for ages, but if it wasn’t for a blind book date at YALC, I still wouldn’t have added it to my shelves. How can I say no to a book with the very intriguing “reality is not what you perceive”-line on the wrapped cover? When I uncovered this book from the wrapping, I literally screamed. Maybe I was going to start reading this one very soon after all.