The books of January

January has been a long month, or so it seems. I managed to read ten books, but am sure this is a one off. Am still contemplating on how I managed to read that much… I have read six thrillers towards the end of the month, because when I get swept in the psychological dramaContinue reading “The books of January”

What was the last book you read?

What was the last book you read? For me, it was Plague of Corruption:Restoring Faith in the Promise of Science by Dr Judy Mikovits and Kent Heckenlively. After watching the short interview that has been removed from YouTube, Plandemic, I decided to read the book to see the whole picture. Yes, I know at timesContinue reading “What was the last book you read?”

A good thriller for winter days

I haven’t done a book review for a long time and it’s not because I haven’t read anything this year (I have, 36 books to be more exact) but because I didn’t feel the need to review them. Up until the last one, up until The Family Upstairs. A couple of days ago, I gotContinue reading “A good thriller for winter days”

A book for all women out there

Happy Women’s Day, ladies! Even Google celebrates it so why shouldn’t we? I wanted to write a poem dedicated to us all, but settled on something better. A book written by a woman about a woman. Disclaimer by Renee Knight is my gift for you all. The Goodreads synopsis sounds like this: Finding a mysteriousContinue reading “A book for all women out there”

Where They Found Her was just the begining

I’ve already told you I have a reading list to complete by the end of this year. However, there’s always a book that comes to me unexpected, so I just can’t turn my back on it. And once I start reading I dive into a new world, ready for a thrilling adventure. And who can refuseContinue reading “Where They Found Her was just the begining”

A heartfelt memoir-Not Really Gone

In my reading list for 2016 I’ve included the most random choices, knowing that I have to raise the bar a bit and try new and unknown book genres. Since I haven’t read a memoir yet, was looking for one on Goodreads. Luckily, I received an email from Blaire Sharpe who was offering her memoirContinue reading “A heartfelt memoir-Not Really Gone”

Reconstructing Amelia

This year’s book challenge is a very diverse one and am going to stick with it. But in order to do so I had to do some research and landed on BuzzFeed’s list of 53 Books you won’t be able to put down. Going through the list I came upon Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight. I don’t know whatContinue reading “Reconstructing Amelia”