Review: The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins

So, this year I’ve decided to read more classics since I have a huge list of books I wanted to read but never got to them. I started with the Moonstone which is the parent of all detective, mystery fiction in English literature. Every human institution (Justice included) will stretch a little, if only you…

Review: If Not for You by Debbie Macomber

Beth grew up under her mother’s constant control; how to dress, what to do, who to date, those decisions were always made for her. Finally, Beth decides to stand up for herself and start living the way she wants. With the support of her dear aunt Sunshine, Beth leaves Chicago and moves to Portland, gets…

Review: Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks

This is not a war, this is a test of how far man can be degraded. Stephen is an Englishman traveling to France. He is staying with Azaire family in the gorgeous estate. He’s enjoying the beautiful French town, charming summer weather and falls passionately in love with Isabelle the host’s wife. Eventually, they elope…

Review: The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer

It’s like the difference between… between reading about gravity and then falling for the first time. Alex is in hiding. For three years she hasn’t stayed too long in one place, she has never used the same name twice and three times she was almost killed. Once she was a brilliant chemist working for the…

Review: Replica by Lauren Oliver

Gemma is an average teenage girl. Sometimes her life seems like a nightmare, she lacks confidence, she mocked by popular girls, boys don’t pay any attention to her, her parents are strict and concentrated in their own matters. Gemma’s only comfort is her best friend April, with whom she shares everything. One-day Gemma’s life changes…

Review: Sweet Black Waves by Kristina Perez

Odai eti ama. I hate and I love. Many years lasts the cruel and bloody war between Iveriu and the overseas kingdom Kernyv. The multiple and brutal invasions of the villages of Iveriu took many innocent lives, including Lady Branwen’s parents. Now there is a chance of peace between two rival kingdoms. A new king…

Review: My Plain Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, Brodi Ashton

Jane Eyre is a poor orphan. That didn’t change from the original novel. She teaches at Lowood school and enjoys painting. She has two best friends: Charlotte Brontë and a ghost named Helen Burns. Yes, Jane can see ghosts and that’s why the Society for the Relocation of Wayward Spirits interested in recruiting her as…

MID-YEAR BOOK FREAK OUT TAG

So, it’s the middle of the year and I’m 9 books ahead of my reading challenge, good for me! So far it was a good reading year for me. Got to read some very good books. I hope it keeps that way, no disappointments. Best book you’ve read so far in 2018. I still have…

Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Evelyn Hugo the most famous and glamorous Hollywood icon of the decade. Her way to the top was difficult and eventful. Everyone is dying to know more about her career but even more about her personal life because Evelyn had seven husbands. Now Evelyn finally raises the curtain to her past and ready to tell…

The Book Blogger Test Tag

Hey guys, another tag is coming your way! Thank you  MS. VICTORIOUS for tagging me!  The rules of this tag are quite simple: Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog Answer the ten questions asked on this post Nominate at least five people to do it also   Top 3 Book…