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May Wrap Up…belated.

I know June’s already two weeks old and I’m late with this – but better late than never, right? Right! Okay so, let’s wrap up last month’s reading, shall we? Let’s also keep using worn-out uncool proverbs! Like this one: … Continue reading

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The time has come. I’ve been waiting to announce this for quite a while now. And today is the day I can finally make it official! I’m going to be leaving the book business behind. For good. I’m starting a … Continue reading

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What I read in March

Okay, this is going to be a short one. In March I read three books. However, one of them was really long. Here they are in all their glory: The Nix and We Are Okay were each in their very … Continue reading

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Review: Nina LaCour – We Are Okay

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour 4 out of 5 stars Contemporary YA is not really my genre. And it’s fairly rare that any book in that genre catches my attention. For me to want to read it there has … Continue reading

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Review: Nathan Hill – The Nix

The Nix by Nathan Hill 5 out of 5 stars Wow! This book! It’s only March but The Nix might become my number one read of 2017! It surprised me; it kept coming back to me even when I wasn’t … Continue reading

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What I read in February

My reading goal for this year is 30 books. I set up a goal that is rather low (compared to the number of books I usually read per year) in order to take some of the pressure off reading. I … Continue reading

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Review: Ross Welford – Time Travelling with a Hamster

Time Travelling with a Hamster by Ross Welford 4 out of 5 stars Ross Welford has written a really wonderful time travel story for kids! This is the story Albert Chaudhury who on his twelfth birthday gets a letter from his deceased father telling … Continue reading

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