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Marieke Nijkamp – This Is Where It Ends

Marieke Nijkamp is a Dutch writer and This Is Where It Ends, which came out in 2016, is her debut novel. Soon another standalone novel by her is coming out titled Before I Let Go and it is available for pre-ordering now.

This review will contain spoilers. Continue reading “Marieke Nijkamp – This Is Where It Ends”

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Tricia Levenseller – Daughter of the Pirate King

Daughter of the Pirate King is the first novel in new series and is also the first book written by Tricia Levenseller. The second book Daughter of the Siren Queen is due to come out in February 2018.

Please note that this review contains spoilers.  Continue reading “Tricia Levenseller – Daughter of the Pirate King”

Adam Kay – This is going to hurt

I first heard about Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor in The Russell Howard Hour and was immediately interested. The whole interview with Adam Kay seemed unbelievable – are there really people that say that doctors want bigger pay and better hours because they are greedy? As it turns out – yes, there are such people. And this is more of a rant about those people than a review.  Continue reading “Adam Kay – This is going to hurt”

Anticipated Releases: November

Because I have been out of the book loop for a while,  when I looked at the upcoming releases in November, I honestly felt like I am entering a strange neighbourhood. But, after studying and checking out a lot of books, I decided on my five most anticipated books. Here we go! Continue reading “Anticipated Releases: November”

Stephen Chbosky – The Perks of Being a Walflower

Stephen Chbosky is an American novelist and screenplay writer, who is best known for his book The Perks of Being a Wallflower and screenplays for Rent (film) and Jericho (TV series). The Perks of Being a Walflower were published in 1999 and since then have been turned into a film starring Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller and received a lot of love from fans.  Continue reading “Stephen Chbosky – The Perks of Being a Walflower”

Book Haul: January

I have started to attack my to be read list quite agressively, which means that I have started to buy more books that are in my list or that are relatively recent releases.  Continue reading “Book Haul: January”

Maureen Johnson – The Name of the Star

Maureen Johnson is an American author who mostly writes young adult fiction, she is best known for Shades of London and Suite Scarlett series.  Continue reading “Maureen Johnson – The Name of the Star”

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