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 26 years of age. I am Danish, and I live in Germany. However, I have just had a few good years living in Southern California with my Mexican/American husband. Now I am back in cold northern Europe. … Continue reading About me
Can you believe July is already over? I had SO many things I wanted to do in my vacation but barely managed to do any of them… One thing I did do was read – Thank god! And this month was a great month bookwise, and I managed to finish 11 books, of which the 5 of them was physical books, I am very pleased. I … Continue reading July Wrap Up
Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer Spoiler alert, just in case. Okay, I got around to the third book of the Twilight series. I must say, I do think the series is growing on me? Although this book had some MAJOR things, I just straight out hated. Once again, Bella only sees Edward. He is her entire world, and as you know, that is very healthy to … Continue reading Eclipse – Book review
The Shamer’s Signet by Lene Kaaberbøl I got the last three books of this series for Christmas last year by my good friend from Denmark. Unfortunately, I never got around to read more than the first one. Now I finally found the time for the second! In this book, we continue the story after Dina and her mother returns from Dunark. But things are still … Continue reading The Shamer’s Signet – Book review
New Moon Stephenie Meyer So after having waited around three months for this book to be available on Libby, I finally got to listen to it. Once again, I am sorry, Twilight Fans – this is not going to be a positive review. I started the book with the same resistance as the first, I don’t really like love stories, and this is definitely not an … Continue reading New Moon – Book review.
Magda by S.E. England So this is the last book in the trilogy about Ruby. There might be spoilers from the two previous books in this review. I could not wait to get started on this one. The books work so well to be read right after each other. And I just needed to get an end to it all! In this book, we once again visit … Continue reading Magda – Book review
Tanners Dell by S.E. England This is the sequel for the horror book Father Of Lies. (you can find a link to my review of that one here.) I will, therefore, leave a Spoiler alert for the first book, just in case. I couldn’t wait to get started on this one after finishing the first. Luckily, the audiobook was available to get right away. The book continues where … Continue reading Tanners Dell – Book review
The Story About a Boy by Line Lybecker Last year I went to this small book convention at my local library in Denmark, where I met the author of this young adult book, and ended up buying a copy. I do not know why it has been taking me so long to get started on it, but I finally did. The story follows the 18-year-old Thobias, … Continue reading The Story About a Boy – Book review.
Father Of Lies by S.E. England So I just joined a Horror Book Club! And this was one of the books that were suggested to be next month’s book but weren’t chosen. Anyway, I thought it sounded exciting and just had to read it. The story follows a group of characters, all somehow involved in solving the case of what happened to Ruby. Ruby is a … Continue reading Father Of Lies – Book review.
Landline by Rainbow Rowell Do you have any authors you just blindly buy books from? Because they just keep being good? Rainbow Rowell was that for me, until this one, I guess. This is the first non-YA book I have read by her, and I am pretty disappointed in it. The book follows Georgie, she is married to Neil, and they have two young daughters and a … Continue reading Landline – Book review.
Wraith Ladies Who Lunch by Sean Patrick Traver Back in 2017, I went to the LA Comic-Con, and of course, I came home with a few books. One of them was this little gem, it is even signed by the author whom I met that day, (a nice man by the way!) It took me forever to actually get around to this book though, the … Continue reading Wraith Ladies Who Lunch – Book review