Hi there! Now when you took your time to find your way to my blog, I would like to introduce myself. My Name is Julie, and I am 27 years of age. I live in Denmark, however, I have just had a few good years living in Southern California with my Mexican/American husband, followed by a year in Germany. I am now back in my … Continue reading About me
The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe. Damn… I don’t even know where to begin with this review.I rarely read a book, where I seriously need a break afterward to just sit and stare out in the air. (And maybe question humanity) This book is based on real people and actual events, added a bit of fiction to make it read like a novel. But … Continue reading The Librarian of Auschwitz – Book review.
The Radium Girls by Kate Moore Let me just add that I realize this review isn’t very well written, but honestly, I am just so upset and frustrated – I need to get it all out!Oh my god! I am fuirous!What in the actual h**l was wrong with these sexist, narcissistic, ignorant men in this book! Honestly! I have never been this angry reading a … Continue reading The Radium Girls – Book review.
Hi guys! Are you ready for August? I feel like the summer (and my vacation) has gone by in absolutely no time!But at least, after 3 months of barely opening a physical book, I am back!This month has been a great reading month for me, and I have not only read a lot of books, but I have also read a lot of great books!I … Continue reading July Wrap Up!
Bibliotekaren Fra Auschwitz af Antonio Iturbe Jeg har været så heldig at modtage et anmelder eksemplar af denne bog fra Politikens Forlag, i bytte mod en ærlig anmeldelse. Puh…Jeg ved slet ikke hvor jeg skal starte og begynde med denne her bog.Det er sjældent jeg læser en bog hvor jeg i den grad har brug for en pause efterfølgende, til bare at sidde og stirre … Continue reading Bibliotekaren Fra Auschwitz – Dansk Anmeldelse
Heartstopper by Alice Oseman The second part of Alice Oseman’s series Heartstopper continues where the first left off.Charlie thinks he scared Nick off when he kissed him at the party, and Nick tries to figure out his feelings and how he can apologize for running off the night before. The series was initially published as a webcomic on Tapas. We could follow Nick and Charlie … Continue reading Heartstopper Volume 2 – Book review.
Heartstopper af Alice Oseman Jeg har endnu engang været heldig og modtage en kopi af denne skønne bog fra forlaget Politikens Forlag, i bytte for en ærlig anmeldelse. Anden del af Alice Osemans serie Heartstopper, fortsætter hvor den første slap.Charlie tror han har skræmt Nick væk efter at han kyssede ham til festen, mens Nick forsøger at finde ud af hvad han føler, og hvordan … Continue reading Heartstopper bog 2 – Dansk Anmeldelse.
Heartstopper by Alice Oseman I have been so lucky to receive a copy of this fantastic book from the Danish publisher Politikens Forlag, in exchange for an honest review. I have followed Heartstopper, like so many other people, on Tapas for years. But have now gotten the opportunity to sit with the physical book and read it in Danish. That was an incredible experience. The … Continue reading Heartstopper Volume 1 – Book review.
Heartstopper af Alice Oseman Jeg har modtaget en kopi af denne fantastiske bog af Politikens Forlag, i bytte for en ærlig anmeldelse. Tusinde tak for den skønne bog! Jeg har fulgt Heartstopper, som så mange andre, på Tapas igennem flere år. Jeg har nu for første gang fået muligheden for at sidde med bogen og læse den på dansk. Det er en helt fantastisk oplevelse. … Continue reading Heartstopper bog 1 – Dansk Anmeldelse
The Wishing Spell (The Land of Stories) by Chris Colfer This book series has been on my TBR for YEARS! But for some reason, I just never really got around to them. But the other day, I figured it was time. The book follows the two twins, Alex and Connor, as they discover a secret gateway into a fairytale book. They set out on a … Continue reading The Wishing Spell – Book review.
The Second Life of Mirielle West by Amanda Skenandore I received a copy of this audiobook from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. Mirielle is living a glamorous life in California in the 1920s. She is married to a movie star and is the mother of two beautiful young daughters. But after a minor accident with a curling iron, she is sent to the … Continue reading The Second Life of Mirielle West – Book Review.