Book Review: Ship of Theseus by JJ Abrams & Doug Dorst

Ship of Theseus (also known as S.) by JJ Abrams & Doug Dorst 

Genre: Mystery / Fantasy

Page Count: 456 pages

Publication Date: October 2013

 

Goodreads Summary:

One book. Two readers. A world of mystery, menace, and desire.

A young woman picks up a book left behind by a stranger. Inside it are his margin notes, which reveal a reader entranced by the story and by its mysterious author. She responds with notes of her own, leaving the book for the stranger, and so begins an unlikely conversation that plunges them both into the unknown.  Continue reading

Spreading the love among bloggers!

So recently I’ve been thinking about what a lovely little community we have here as book bloggers! Day after day I see people leaving thoughtful, encouraging comments on other bloggers’ posts, collaborating with one another, or just being awesome in general!

And here I was, thinking to myself, why don’t I contribute to the awesomeness that is the book blogging community by reaching out to other bloggers? Continue reading

Book Review: Perfect by Cecelia Ahern

Perfect by Cecelia Ahern

Genre: Young Adult / Dystopian

Page Count: 352 pages

Publication Date: April 2017

 

*I was provided a copy by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

 

Goodreads summary

Celestine North lives in a society that demands perfection. After she was branded Flawed by a morality court, Celestine’s life has completely fractured–all her freedoms gone.

Since Judge Crevan has declared her the number one threat to the public, she has been a ghost, on the run with Carrick–the only person she can trust. Continue reading

Blogger Q&A with Mystery Date with a Book

My Q&A at “It’s a Readers Life”… 😀
Come check it out!

It's A Reader's Life

Hello everybody, it’s Friday which means I have another feature for you. This week the lovely Fernanda @ Mystery Date With A Book is doing a Q&A with me. If you want to see more bookish posts, give her a follow. I love her posts!

Why did you decide to start a blog?

At Uni, the most frequent feedback I got from my lecturers was that my “scientific” reports didn’t sound scientific enough. They read more like magazine articles (according to the academic world). After receiving the same feedback over and over again for almost 3 years, I decided not to fight it anymore. Instead, I embraced my non-scientific writing style and started a book-related online business and blog! It made sense to me, since I like books and blogs… Plus, I thought a blog would be a good idea to spread the word about my handmade bookish accessories

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