Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach (4/5)

Dead Letters is another Book of the Month*  pick that was a quick and fun read. Mysterious and thrilling, the book revolves around the disappearance of the protagonist’s twin sister. Having run away from her dysfunctional family to Paris, Ava Antipova, is forced back to her family vineyard in New York, when she learns of […]

Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer

So, it has been a while since I last updated the blog and there are a few reasons for this: I was working on my Master’s Thesis like a damn crazy person trying to get it finished so I could graduate in May or August, I did not finish it in time, I am hoping […]

The Lodger by Marie Belloc Lowndes (3/5)

I downloaded an app called serial read, that basically sends me a portion of a book each day to my cellphone and that is how I found this book. Inspired by the Jack the Ripper murders in London, this book takes the reader on a slow building thriller about an impoverished couple in desperate need […]

Room by Emma Donoghue (3/5)

I read through this book in one sitting, needless to say, it is a fairly easy and quick read but does contain some heavier themes. *spoilers do follow.* The book is narrated through the eyes of a 5 year old boy with limited exposure to the world, but an astonishing vocabulary. And if you read […]