Purple Hibiscus

by  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie This is written in the point of view of Kambili. She comes from a wealthy family, were her mother is a good, submitted wife, her father is a generous but fanatical Catholic and were her brother and she must shut up and do everything their father says. It is normal for... Continue Reading →



You, by Caroline Kepnes ⭐️⭐️⭐️½ This novel explores the mind of a psychopath. The title says it all, it is all about you. I did enjoy this story a lot. It feels like a train accident : you have time to see it coming, but you can't get yourself to look away from the story.... Continue Reading →

The littlest Bigfoot

By Jennifer Weiner This is the story of people that are called Freaks. Know them? The ones that stood out, the ones that were different than Normals, the ones that were shunned by society, the ones that were label as ''losers''. This is a story about young children who feels they don't belong where they... Continue Reading →

My scary TBR

Well this is something that I put off for way too long... My TBR (or to-be-read for the uninitiated) pile is kinda getting out of hands. This is due to mainly two factors. The first one, the easy explanation, is that I've just obtained my diploma after three years of intensive work. I didn't have... Continue Reading →

Exit West

By Mohsin Hamid l This book receive amazing reviews and the hype about it was phenomenal. I was really excited to read and see what the fuss was all about. The synopsis seem promising too: In a country teetering on the brink of civil war, two young people meet—sensual, fiercely independent Nadia and gentle, restrained... Continue Reading →

The unseen world

By Liz Moore Ada's father is slowly succumbing to the Alzheimer's disease and her world is falling apart. Not only because she is losing her father, but because he isn't who he said he was. This is a tale of discovering the truth that a father thought would one day come back to haunt him.... Continue Reading →

The Gardener

by S.A Bodeen   Mason is angry at his mother when he founds out his father is out there. He goes to her work and while he waits, plays a videotape where his father is reading a children tale. There are four other people with him, they are not moving, not talking they are barely... Continue Reading →

The wonder

By Emma Donoghue I received this as a Christmas gift and I had read so many bad review about it that I was sure I would hate it. Of course, I ended up really loving it. Lib is a nurse who is asked in a small  Irish village to keep watch over a girl who... Continue Reading →

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