• The Tiger's Watch
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    Julia Ember – The Tiger’s Watch

    The Tiger’s Watch Author: Julia Ember Date read: 23 August 2017 Times read: 1 Book page ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I so much wanted it to be good. I so much liked the description of this book, so when I was approved to receive an ARC of it, I was happy. But it took me 17 days to read a book with 180 pages. Yes, I really wanted it to be good, but it wasn’t. I liked the idea of bonding with animal and I had never read a book with gender fluid protagonist, so I really wanted to know more.…

  • Eliza and Her Monsters
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    Francesca Zappia – Eliza and Her Monsters

    Eliza and Her Monsters Author: Francesca Zappia Date read: 6 August 2017 Times read: 1 Book page Definitely my newest favorite book of all time! I don’t know what to begin. This book just blew me away! I remember that it was in one of the Owlcrate boxes and later on all the good reviews started to appear everywhere. I thought I had to check it out. It’s late May release, so I’m not that behind, but I wish I read it sooner! It’s that awesome! I’m not an artist in the way that most people understand it. I’m web designer and I draw in my computer only, but all…

  • Lady Midnight
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    Cassandra Clare – Lady Midnight

    Lady Midnight Author: Cassandra Clare Date read: 24 May 2017 Times read: 2 Book page After the second reading, I can finally write a review… Yes, it took me a whole year to write a review of Lady Midnight. A few days ago, I finished the second reading of the book to prepare for the release of the second book of the trilogy, and I’m glad that I did it. Although it is the first book of a new series, “Lady Midnight” definitely requires you to read the other books of the world of Shadowhunters. Here we get acquainted in detail with Emma and Julian, whom we met in “City…

  • Geekerella
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    Ashley Poston – Geekerella

    Geekerella Author: Ashley Poston Date read: 17 May 2017 Times read: 1 Book page I loved this book! What can I say? I was so hooked with it and I finished it in 2 sittings. I saw it on BookTube – it was the Booksplosion’s book of the month for April and Jesse, Kat and Christine were talking about it that much, so I decided to pick it up. And I don’t regret at all. It is said that this book is a Cinderella retelling, but I must say that this is the best Cinderella retelling ever. Mix some geeks, some glitter and Cinderella – and voila, a great book…

  • And I Darken
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    Kiersten White – And I Darken

    And I Darken Author: Kiersten White Series: The Conqueror’s Saga, Book 1 Date read: 14 May 2017 Times read: 1 Book page I remember seeing this book on so many BookTube channels – it was in one of Owlcrate’s boxes last year and I heard so much good things about it. And I must say I was very tempted to read it as soon as I saw Bulgaria on the map. I should tell you, guys, that I’m from Bulgaria and I was excited to read YA book, including Bulgaria and East Europe territory. I’ve been obsessed with buying this book for months. But now, I’m glad that I didn’t…

  • Wintersong
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    S. Jae-Jones – Wintersong

    Wintersong Author: S. Jae-Jones Series: Wintersong, Book 1 Date read: 11 April 2017 Times read: 1 Book page [clear] I love this book!!! Originally, this book is retelling of the famous movie “Labyrinth” with our long-loved Mr. Bowie. It seems that lots of people had watch it, but I’m not, so this book was fresh for me, with no expectations and I must say that I liked it a lot! I wanted this book not only because the synopsis caught my interest, but also because this beautiful cover. Look at it. Isn’t it perfect? I do love roses, as it can be seen and I had to have it. At…

  • august wrap up
    Bookish Blog

    August Wrap Up

    So, August came to its end and now there is the beginning of the autumn coming up. (Yes, I pretty much mess British with American English, and yes, I do prefer the word autumn instead of fall). Anyway, I put myself on a challenge this August and I have to read some books – something like a read-a-thon, but the whole month. There had 7 different categories and I completed 6 of them, so I’m kind of content. Well, let’s see what I did read in the month of August! The Tales of Beedle the Bard Author: J.K. Rowling Series: Hogwarts Library Well, this book was released in Bulgaria long…

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    June & July Wrap Up

    And it looks like July is almost over. I missed the wrap up last month, so this one is going to be for the both months. Plus, at the end of the post I’ll write some more things about this website and my blog. But first, let’s see the books, which I’d managed to read the last two months. ~~~ As you may see I’d been able to buy and read one of Harry Potter’s school books – “Quidditch Through the Ages” by the incredible Kennilworthy Whisp and with the help of the famous J.K. Rowling. As I’m also a fan of this so popular magic game and also very…