Hello people of the internet and welcome to a challenge I’m going to participate in! I swore that I’d not do challenges in any possibly future, but since it’s a Readathon, technically I’m not breaking any of my own set rules.
Terry Ives ist eine junge Studentin, welche sich anstelle ihrer Mitbewohnerin auf eine Studie im Hawkins National Laboratory einlässt. Im Zuge der Experimente lernt sie drei weitere außergewöhnliche Menschen kennen: Alice, Gloria und Ken. Bald entdecken die Vier, dass diese Experimente nicht mit rechten Dingen zugehen und auch an Kindern, unter anderem an der fünfjährigen Kali, experimentiert wird.
Aurora finds herself on a mission, opening a chest she shouldn’t have and therefore freeing the auras. Those auras were locked away for centuries and were embodied in the humdrums, letting feelings rule over them and therefore almost destroying humankind. To save the world, Aurora has to find the auras and lock them back into the chest they escaped from.
Naturally, I heard of this book not because I stumbled upon it or because I saw it at other blogger’s social feed, but because a movie adaption with Cole Sprouse as Will and Haley Lu Richardson as Stella is coming out and the trailer was super cute and it had a feeling of a cute, sad but well-made film.
Here are my read books of February 2019!
Long time no booktag – or anything, that hasn’t been a review or book wrap-up. So I was surfing through the internet and discovered the 2019 New Year Book Tag at What To Read Next Blog. It’s technically still the new year, right?
The first month of the new year is over and I’ve managed to read 5 books, which I’m really proud of having done so. Here’s my list and short opinion about them!