September 2019 Wrap-up

Books I've Read in September 2019 September has been a busy month traveling and works wise, so I struggled to find as much time as I'd like to read. I also started focusing on my art a bit more because I really want to get better at it, so I'll have to find a healthy …

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Review: “Before the Coffee Gets Cold” by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

I spent a year living in Tokyo and studying, which was one of the most interesting and difficult years so far. Therefore, I have a soft spot for everything Japanese, especially quirky books by Japanese authors (looking at you Mr. Murakami). I came across this one on NetGalley and requested for early access because the …

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New Releases in October 2019

Another month, another bunch of new book releases! This time, I'll introduce you to three books that I'm personally looking forward to. Hopefully I'll be able to read them some time soon! All book descriptions are taken from Goodreads. The Secret Commonwealth by Philip PullmanPublication: October 3rdThe second volume of Sir Philip Pullman's The Book …

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Review: “Iron Gold” by Pierce Brown

After devouring (and recently rereading) the original trilogy, the Red Rising Saga, I could not wait to get my teeth into the fourth book that takes place 10 years after the last one. However, I was weary of what implications could this cause, as the trilogy on its own was fantastic, with phenomenal world building, …

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The Man Booker Prize 2019 – The Shortlist

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It's been just a bit over a month since the Longlist was announced and here we are now, the Shortlist has finally been unveiled! The six authors that have been nominated are Margaret Atwood, Lucy Ellmann, Bernardine Evaristo, Chigozie Obioma, Salman Rushdie, and Elif Shafak. We have the six time …

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