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Anticipated Releases: September

August is coming to an end so fast and once I looked at the releases of September, I was a bit taken aback, because either it will be an awesome book month with lots of magic and adventures, or it is going to crush and burn. Continue reading “Anticipated Releases: September”

Rupi Kaur – Honey and Milk

Rupi Kaur is a young artist and poet, originally from India, but now living in Canada. She uses drawing, painting, writing and other forms of art to express herself and the issues and problems she believes in. Continue reading “Rupi Kaur – Honey and Milk”

Roald Dahl – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a dark children’s book by British author Roald Dahl and illustrated by the amazing Quentin Blake. Continue reading “Roald Dahl – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

Top 5: Favourite Literary Cats

I have to admit, cats are one of my favourite things in the world. The gentle purr, soft and warm body, head bumping… I could continue on and on about it, because, God damn it, I just love the animal!  Continue reading “Top 5: Favourite Literary Cats”

Discussion: Paper Book? Audio Book? E-book?

I believe that words, “I prefer paper books, because they are REAL books!”, are familiar to you. I have heard many people saying that and I have said it myself too. But after time things change, I am not saying that anymore, because the e-book devil has me in its possession!  Continue reading “Discussion: Paper Book? Audio Book? E-book?”

J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne – Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One & Two (Special Rehearsal Edition): The Official Script Book of the Original West End Production is a script of a play in the Harry Potter universe that recently had a premiere in London. Continue reading “J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne – Harry Potter and The Cursed Child”

Memory Lane: How did you learn to read?

Many people who love reading say that they read already as children. They give the impression of little genius kids, who taught themselves to read at age of three and started on classics ten years before me, although we are the same age. Continue reading “Memory Lane: How did you learn to read?”

Kiersten White – And I Darken

This review contains major spoilers, continue reading at your own risk.

Kiersten White, based in San Diego, is an American author, best known for her Paranormalcy Trilogy. Her new book And I Darken came out in July 2016 and was one of my most anticipated books coming out in July. It is the first book in The Conquerors Saga and is a retelling of Vlad the Impaler as a girl.
Continue reading “Kiersten White – And I Darken”

Erin Watt – Broken Prince

Broken Prince is the second book in The Royals series that came out very recently – in July 2016, and is written by Erin Watt which is a pen name for well known writers – Jen Frederick and Elle Kennedy. As always – this review will contain spoilers for the first book in the series.  Continue reading “Erin Watt – Broken Prince”

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