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Top 5: From Page to Screen

One of my friends recently asked which book I would make into a film or TV-series if I could and that got me thinking about all those great books and book series that really deserve to be made into a... Continue Reading →

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Book vs Film: The Circle (Spoilers)

(Long post so bring a drink and maybe a snack. Happy reading) This is a strange one because I really liked to book, but I really disliked the film. The book is good and scary and haunting - it really... Continue Reading →

September Books

September is now over and we are a few days into October and now there are only 3 months left of the year! How did that happen? This year is just flying by and I feel like I have been... Continue Reading →

Review: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

I gave The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead four stars on Goodreads (you can follow me there if you want). I thought this book was really great, great storyline, great characters and great writing! Colson Whitehead can really write and I... Continue Reading →

August Books

Wow, August came and went so fast. I cannot believe it's already September. This year is just flying past me. I only read two books in Augst, which means I'm now 9 books behind schedule. I really need to get... Continue Reading →

Questions for a Reader #1

This will be the first post in a new series here on the blog. A series I have called Questions for a Reader. In this series, readers that I know will answer the same 5 questions about their reading and... Continue Reading →

July Books

July was definitely better book-wise than June. I finished 3 books in July but I'm still 8 books behind in my reading challenge so that's not good. I need to get more organised with my reading so I'm thinking about... Continue Reading →

Review: Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

(May contain semi-spoilers) "Fresh from a brief stay at a psych hospital, reporter Camille Preaker faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls"... That is how the description of... Continue Reading →

Review: The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman

(May contain semi spoilers) "The New York Times bestseller: a true story in which the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved hundreds of people from Nazi hands"... It might be a best seller but I understand why it only has 3 1/2... Continue Reading →

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