Review – The Paper Magician

The Paper Magician by Charlie N. HolmbergGenre: Young adult, FantasyPages: 222Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The storyline is following our protagonist, Ceony, just as she finishes her education at Tagis Praff School for the Magically Inclined and start on her apprenticeship. Even though Ceony finishes her education in one year and is on top... Fortsett lesing →

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10 fantasy series that I need to start reading!

There are so many fantasy series that I would like to read. In this post I will however limit myself to write about the 10 series that I already have on my physical TBR book self that I have yet to start reading! The majority of these books are as big and heavy as bricks... Fortsett lesing →

Review – A Darker Shade of Magic

A darker shade of Magic by V. E. SchwabGenre: Fantasy, YAPages: 413Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Kell is one of the last living Antari - magicians with a rare coveted ability to travel between the four parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White and, once upon a time, Black London. Although they are built upon a... Fortsett lesing →

A gigantic book haul

At a local recycling center they have a section where people can leave books that they do not want anymore and then others can pick them up for free. I have been there a few times now, but there haven’t been much space allocated to books and I believe that is one of the reasons... Fortsett lesing →

July TBR

As mentioned in my Reading the alphabet - C post I am not sure how much I will be able to read this month as I am going on an extended holiday and visiting some countries where I am not sure if I will be able to bring books (due to censorship). I will however... Fortsett lesing →

June Wrap up

I have found it difficult to read this month. For some reason I am too restless and can not properly settle and read for a long time at a time. Despite this though I have managed to read quite a few books this month. Even got a head start at reading books that start with... Fortsett lesing →

Review – The Poet X

The Poet X by Elizabeth AcevedoGenre: Poetry, Contemporary, YAPages: 357Rating: 5 out of 5 stars In this story we meet Xiomara. A Harlem Sophmore who feels unheard and unable to hide in her neighborhood. She is not as saintly as her virtuous twin brother. With tough exterior, covering up her insecurities, she is always ready... Fortsett lesing →

Mid year reading stats update

Can not believe that half of 2019 has passed already! Where has the time gone? Despite the fact that the first six months has been pretty hectic at uni I have surprisingly enough managed to stay on track in regards to my reading goal for the year! In this post I have gathered some stats,... Fortsett lesing →

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