May Reads (2017)

Realistically speaking, I am betting my money on catching up with my ever-growing  TBR pile in the summer. I visited Greece for a few days in April and I thought I was going to be able to marathon-read some of my books. Little did I know I was going to be running around and having…

Book Haul (April 2017)

Dear reader, I have a problem. My book buying has been out of control lately. This months excuse were the Bailey’s longlist for Women’s Fiction and the fact that I found many titles on Amazon for very cheap. There is only shame and joy for the having a lot of books delivered to my door….

April Reads (2017)

Here’s to yet another month in which I failed to follow my TBR schedule. No matter, March brought some fortunate moments and beginnings, and also delays in reading books and falling behind on the planning once more. But at least I officially have a Master thesis project now and I am also volunteering for the…

Book Haul (March 2017)

This month I am bringing, yet again, another big book haul! Apart from the five books that I am planning on picking up in March, I made the mistake to go into a bookstore. There, the temptation was of course very big but I behaved myself and actually came out of it empty handed. Then,…

Under the Dome by Stephen King (Book Review)

Under the Dome by Stephen King My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Book synopsis: The community of Chester’s Mill in Maine could have never imagined that one October day, a huge, sock-shaped and of unknown origin invisible element, that would soon come to be called “the Dome”, would shield them off from the rest of…

Book Haul (February 2017)

I was just about to start writing this post when I realised that I did not make a January Book Haul post. As a result, this is going to be a rather massive, collective book haul for the months of January and February. Let’s jump right in: 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster During the…

February reads (2017)

With January officially behind us and February just starting to make an appearance, I think it’s best to begin with a wrap up of the past month. In January, I successfully finished four out of the six novels I had originally planned on picking up and you can find reviews for all four of them…