Diana Bishop is a graduate historian, a witch from a long and famous lineage, and works as a Yale alchemist. In the University Library of Oxford she finds the Ashmole 782, a long-lost manuscript, which has among other things described the origin of witches, vampires, and demons.
Since the movie adaptation “Love, Simon” was so hyped and of course, I have to watch hyped stuff, I decided to read this book although I swore to myself to not launch myself into YA books anymore. Because hyped YA books tend to disappoint me. I closed this book thinking, that it was a nice…… Continue reading Review: Simon VS. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
I didn’t quite know if I really wanted to write a full review on this because I’m not in the LGBTQ+ community, so I probably don’t get half of the theme here. But what I get is when characters are being simply the worst and mean. I’m a former fanfiction writer, so I’m pissed at…… Continue reading Review: Ship It by Britta Lundin
Another year, another Book-Tube-A-Thon Reading challenge list. If you don’t know what Book-Tube-A-Thon is, it’s a yearly event which lasts for a week, in which you get challenged to read as much as possible. There’s also a Reading Challenge list to challenge yourself. This year’s event will take place from July 30th to August 5th,…… Continue reading My #BookTubeAThon 2018 Reading Challenge Books
Another month, another book wrap-up. I’m quite surprised that I read 5 books in a month since I didn’t get the feeling that I have read that many. I’m looking forward to having another good reading month. EAT ALL THE STORIES! Books I have read in June: 1 Across the Universe by Beth…… Continue reading June Book Wrap-Up 2018
This is a book review of a book by a German author whom I stumbled upon one day by accident and by now have almost read every single book she has published (except for the short stories). Yes, you all need to read them (if you speak German since the books aren’t translated…yet). I present…… Continue reading [GER/ENG] Book Review: Die Schöpfer der Wolken by Marie Graßhoff
Since I’ve been sorting out my TBR shelf of Goodreads to help me find books I actually want to read, I created a list of popular book series I probably will never finish. Simply because I either didn’t like the first book to begin with or because I lost interest in them over time. But…… Continue reading Popular book series I have started but won‘t finish.