Star-crossed love: The Time Traveller’s Wife


I’m not going to summarise the story, plenty of other reviews fill their spaces with that. I prefer to share a few thoughts that I have about it. This is a very bitter-sweet story that at times (especially when the foreshadowing occurs, which it basically does all the time) can Read more →

“Sunshine” by Robin McKinley


Robin McKinley’s “Sunshine” is Not Your Ordinary Vampire Tale Finally a stand-alone novel that encompasses vampires that are not angsty teenagers that sparkle! It’s gritty, it’s (somewhat) gory and it tends to put the vampires back in the monster and horror department as it should be! It’s nice to see Read more →

Bye-Bye GoodReads – The GoodReads Blunder

If you are a regular on GoodReads (GR) and participate in their Groups, the GoodReads Feedback in particular, you will have noticed that GoodReads has recently made a humungus blunder and literally shot themselves in the foot. What did GR do you ask? Well to put it simply: they are Read more →

“The Show” by John A. Heldt

The Show

I’ve had the pleasure of reading John Heldt’s previous time-travelling novels The Mine and The Journey. Both were well written, well researched and very compelling and they both drew me in  right from the start. They are novels that truly bring independent authors out of the shadow and into the Read more →

“1Q84″ by Haruki Murakami


I started reading this book in November 2012 and only finished this today (August 21st, 2013). I believe that this is the longest that it has taken me to finish a book, though granted, this tome is +1100 pages long. For me this was the first time that I have Read more →

“Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn

Gone Girl

Just finished reading Gillian Flynn’s latest tour de force. Need a few minutes to gather my thought and my humble review will be coming right up! So… It’s really hard, for me, to say anything about this book without giving away the plot, so I’ll try to keep this short Read more →

“Halfway to the Grave” by Jeaniene Frost


I just finished reading Jeaniene Frost‘s Halfway to the Grave. It ended up on my book shelves after I requested recommendations of good non-YA Urban Fantasy (UF) novels, after having had my fill with the mediocre Twilight and The Awakening and The Struggle, that for some reason also pass as Read more →

“To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

to kill a mocking bird

Today I finished reading the classic To Kill a Mockingbird and I’m glad that I finally got around to reading it. This classic story gives you a good glimpse of the racial stigma and inequalities of the 1930′s USA, stigma and inequalities that to this date still, to some extent, Read more →

Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Most Intimidating Books

Top Ten Most Intimidating Books (might be intimated by size, content, that everyone else loves it but you are sure you won’t etc) If you are curious future TTT topics then you can check out the future topic list here. The Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Broke and the Read more →

Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far In 2013

Top Ten Books I’ve Read So Far In 2013 If you are curious future TTT topics then you can check out the future topic list here. The Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Broke and the Bookish. So far this year the books that I have read have been memorable, Read more →

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