Bookhaul: April & May

Don't be scared, but be warned. It's a long list. I was lucky enough to find someone giving away their entire YA English collection and get a bunch of books from them. Also allowing me to spend most of my money otherwise. So, sit back and relax. It's gonna take a while. In the other... Continue Reading →

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Favorite books of 2016

It was really hard to cut this list down to only ten books. I wanted it to be a mix of fiction, non-fiction, Dutch, English, German, children's, young adult and adult books. So it took me a while to get all those categories represented in the best way! So, without furrther ado, in no particular... Continue Reading →

Review: The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells

Synopsis Man had not yet learned to fly when H.G. Wells conceived this story of a Martian attack on England. Giant cylinders crash to Earth, disgorging huge, unearthly creatures armed with heat-rays and fighting machines. Amid the boundless destruction they cause, it looks as if the end of the world has come. Bullet-point review ★★★★☆... Continue Reading →

Book fair Enschede

As you probably already know, about three weeks ago I went to a book fair when I was staying with my parents. Now, the time has come to tell you a bit more about this book fair. This book fair* only has second hand books that have been donated to them. During the last full weekend... Continue Reading →

July Wrap-Up

I wasn't quite sure how to do my July wrap-up. Since I've been doing the Sunday Post, it seemed like it might be nicer to wrap up a whole month of blogging, instead of just telling you which books I've read. Sure, it's interesting, but at the same time a list of books is also... Continue Reading →

A Slip under the Microscope by H. G. Wells

A Slip Under the Microscope H. G. Wells Penguin 2015 £0.80 (UK) ★★★☆☆ Synopsis Disturbing, prescient stories of human conscience and conflicting desires by the pioneer of science fiction. Review This lovely little black classic from Penguin contains two short stories by H. G. Wells. I quite enjoyed the first one and would give it... Continue Reading →

June bookhaul & wrap-up

Once again, I bought way too many books. I don't know, but it just seems to happen that way. It's never planned. However, I've also gotten through quite a few books this month, so I believe that makes up for it, right? Anyway, here's the books I bought/received this month: 1. The Young Elites by Marie... Continue Reading →

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