Vivienne, Jude and Taryn and three sisters living peacefully in their mortal homes when suddenly a mysterious man came into their house, killed their father and mother and kidnapped all three of them. Fast forward to when the siblings are young adults, and we discover that they have been raised in the Faerie world. A … Continue reading The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King by Holly Black
It's been almost a week since the awesome readathon, 24 in 48 ended, and here I am, always late with a post to tell you about how well I did in that weekend. Let's jump straight into the books, and if you're interested in the books I planned on reading, don't forget to check out … Continue reading Wrapping up the Summer 24 in 48 readathon 2019!
Hi everyone and welcome back to my blog! After last week's book review, I'm back with another post of a combo of two books that I recently read that I'd like to talk about. This time, these are two very different books that I just happen to read close together to each other and that … Continue reading Two recent Netgalley reads
This modern retelling of Antigone has shaken the world with its impact and multiple nominations in prestigious book awards for its content and writing. In this relatively short novel Kamila Shamsie weaves the lives of an immigrant family living in the UK: three siblings who were orphaned when they were young and their relationship with … Continue reading Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie
Lausanne is probably not the first city you think of visiting when you think of Switzerland. Situated by the biggest lake in Europe, Lake Geneva, it is paler and less touristy compared to Geneva and Montreux, both located nearby each other. However this little city has its own charm, and here are my experiences exploring … Continue reading Your mini guide to Lausanne, Switzerland