Hey fellow book junkies!
Sorry for not posting this weekend! I'm a mama of 4... I mean 3 children (accidentally counted my husband....oops) so weekends are typically very chaotic!
I hope everyone enjoyed or is enjoying their weekend! Mine involved a lot of yard work. I would have much rather been inside in the air conditioned house (I live in Mississippi) reading.
But FINALLY I am able to sit down and read with my favorite reading partner, Cole. Isn't he just the cutest? .
I am currently reading Winter by Marissa Meyer which is the last book of The Lunar Chronicles and I am LOVING them. I have actually been reading this book for about 2 weeks now because I keep putting it off... I just don't want this series to end. But I've got to finish it so I can start on Shatter Me. *sigh*
Anyways the QOTD is what book series do you wish would never end? I honestly have so many I could list. Also, does anyone else have cute furry reading partners?
Let me know! And as always happy reading!
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The name says it all.
Those pricey Thakur girls by Anuja Chauhan
It's a well written fast paced book, rich too. Perfect for a sunny winter afternoon.
Thank you @morgan_shamy for reaching out and giving me the opportunity to read an ARC of this book. One, this cover is stunning, and two, the story is so compelling. I read the whole thing this weekend. I couldn't put it down. Review to be posted soon on GoodReads.
✨ #unpluggedyaspring#unpluggedafspring ✨
Hi Melanie! 👋 First of all, advanced happy birthday to you! 😆😍 I'm Alexx, an enthralled bookworm and enthusiastic fangirl, currently living here in the Philippines! My taste in books involves queer sff, enemies-to-lovers or bestfriends-to-lovers trope, and necromancy. 😂
I looooveee that you're focused on self-care items and that your core mission is to inspire us to unplug and just spend our time with a good book!(yes please!) I also love that you guys pick some underrated books/series/fandoms in your boxes! 😭👏 That is something we don't see in other book boxes and I commend you for it! Because of these, it would be an honor to be a part of your team! As a rep, you can expect unboxings (a.k.a. fangirling mode 😂), photos with your featured merch and books, IG stories with news/updates, and my enthuasiasm and support! I'd also be happy to help on the product curation and ideas for upcoming boxes. 😄
Anyway, that's it for my entry! Thank you so much for this opportunity @unpluggedbookbox and I wish you more success! 😍👏
Anna Karenina is one of my favourite novels of all time. So excited to read this modern day retelling 💕
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"Pasión India" es una historia real sobre un gran amor que es contada a través de una narración de ficción extraordinaria que se presta para ser leída más de una vez.
Se trata de una novela que enamora desde la primera página cuando un 28 de #noviembre de 1907, reinaba la calma sobre el #océano y en un barco se encontraba Anita Delgado, una anduluza de 17 años, que estaría a punto de conocer el amor y sufrir los estragos del choque #cultural a un #país diferente al suyo: la India.
Book Review for Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
Actual Rating 3.75/5 Stars
Attachments is the first Adult book by Rainbow Rowell I have read. Loved Fangirl and Carry On was so good. This is another wonderful book by Ms. Rowell.
The time period is 1999-2000 and you really felt like you were there with Ms. Rowell’s writing. There were references to movies like Heathers and old school rock groups that were starting to fade out, and even the Y2K scare everyone was so worried about. We were all scared our computers would crash and we would be back in the Stone Age or something and people were stocking up on canned goods and water! All that was in there. It brought it all back like it was yesterday!
The characters were funny and warm. People you would like in real life.
Beth and Jennifer’s friendship was sweet and they were so hysterical.
And I loved Doris! The cute old lady Lincoln started to have dinner with every night in the break room. He would bring his dinner in every night that his mom had made homemade for him and share it with her so she wouldn’t eat her meals out of the vending machine. How could you not like a man who would do that? I even overlooked the nerd for life factor he accrued after finding out he plays dungeons and dragon’s weekly.
You couldn’t help but fall in love with all the characters. Except Sam. She was the “villain” of the story who’s ass I wanted to kick for hurting poor Lincoln.
Overall Attachments was a really c ute book. Something I really enjoyed listening too, I got some serious laughs and it was a great story. But in all honesty it wasn’t something that I would consider super memorable, like Carry On for instance, so it probably won’t stick with me forever. But I’m excited to read anything new by Rainbow Rowell who is most definitely a talented story teller! #bookreview#attachments#rainbowrowell#rainbowrowellbooks#bookstagram#fiction#contemporary#bookstagram#bookstagrammer#booklover#bookworm#romance#romancebooks#chicklit#chicklitreads#chicklitbooks
Simone de Beauvoir en una entrevista dijo: "Hubo un libro en que creí reconocer mi rostro y mi destino: Mujercitas de Louisa May Alcott". Hasta J K Rowling dijo que su heroína literaria favorita era Jo March.
Este libro tiene todos los condimentos. Condimentos raros para su época. Louisa May Alcott hizo esta historia de mujeres a pedido de su editor, libro que terminó en dos meses y medio, en el año 1868. Más de 150 años después y seguimos hablando de esta escritora y esta obra maravillosa. .
Creo que la hermana favorita de todas es Jo, una mujercita independiente, que no necesita (ni piensa) en casarse, que quiere ser escritora y que protege con todo su ser a su familia. Un personaje fuera de sí para la época, y un guiño de la autora, ya que Jo era como su alter ego.
No hay mucho para decir, todos en nuestra biblioteca deberíamos tener este libro. En mi casa hay tres ejemplares: uno de mi mamá de cuando era chiquita, otro que compartimos con mi hermana hace más de dos décadas y este de tapa dura, que compré hace 6 meses en Andorra y tiene una historia muy linda, la mía. Espero (algún día) pasarselo a mis hijxs... No veo la hora de leer la segunda parte! .
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The year of magical thinking 💫
Por fin terminé, digo por fin porqué aunque realmente es un libro muy bien escrito y relatado, fue difícil empatizar con el personaje principal.
Si tú estás pasando o pásate por una perdida, estoy segura que harás clic y lo disfrutarás mucho más, realmente olvidas que es una novela, parece una autobiografía 🤯. -
Sin duda buscaré más títulos de ella, le doy un 3.5 de 5 y bueno, a seguir leyendo y describiendo plumas femeninas 🥳😳. .
Nobody talks about this book. Or at least not many people do. I read this book several years ago and the first half I LOVED it. Finishing up I could have thrown it across the room and not taken a second glance. I loved the descriptions in this story. The atmosphere. The unknown (which is big for me because I HATE the unknown usually). The magic I felt between my fingers in the pages as I turned. Then through some unseen force, it stopped. I have no clue if it was me or the book to be honest. I was not a big reader like I am now while reading it. BUT I have also seen several people blast it for their own personal reasons
If you read this story, did you enjoy it? Why or why not? Did anyone else have a love/loathe relationship with it? Is it something I should revisit? I always want to give books another chance
Because I had twin toddlers that were just learning to crawl, the dust cover is MIA. so in its place here is a BEAUTIFUL succulent booksleeve from @createdbyraemn 🖤
Submitted my final project for my second to last class of grad school. I have a two week break before my final class starts so for the next two weeks I can read whatever I want! I will just enjoy reading a book that isn’t about educational theories, best practices, differentiating and increasing student engagement or instructional strategies. What are some books I should add to my to read pile?
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Paperback Crush: the Totally Radical History of 80s and 90s Teen Fiction by Gabrielle Moss. Do you remember where you were when Janie realized it was her face on the milk carton? If so, you will love this colorful and nostalgic trip down the pulp-strewn memory lane of YA publishing. There's a fair helping of 70s titles, but this is a retrospective of those book fair favorites: Fear Street, Babysitters' Club, Sweet Valley High, and so many more. I am 36 and I have probably read 3/4 of the books listed in here. Do yourself a favor and don't devour it; the chapters begin to run together if you don't savor each section. And if you agree with the statement "Lurlene McDaniel's cancer teens walked so John Green could run," come sit next to me. Satisfies the categories "a book set in the 80s" and "a book set in the 90s."
Return to Cornwall. : D The first time I read a book by this author. I liked the book more than I thought. What I found to be difficult about the book was that it was small text. But I will continue to read more books by this author.
"You can usually tell that a man is good if he has a dog who loves him."
A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Cameron
I finished reading A Dog's Journey last night and honestly found myself tearing up so much throughout this book. W. Bruce Cameron writes such a beautiful perspective on the way dog's see life. A Dog's Journey is such a beautiful tale of a dog's love for its human and others. ----------------------
Buddy is a good dog.
After searching for his purpose through several eventful lives, Buddy is sure that he has found and fulfilled it. Yet as he watches curious baby Clarity get into dangerous mischief, he is certain that this little girl is very much in need of a dog of her own.
When Buddy is reborn, he realizes that he has a new destiny. He's overjoyed when he is adopted by Clarity, now a vibrant but troubled teenager. When they are suddenly separated, Buddy despairs―who will take care of his girl?
I thought this book will help me to let go and bury a few, bitter memories but I was wrong. This book made me realize that I was wrong when I pushed those people away from me because I was fucked up. That I was angry to myself because I couldn't tell whenever they asked what's the problem. And I am still mad at myself because I can't go back to the person who I believe I am and I am still letting these monsters inside to take over.
This book taught me to hold onto these memories to remind who I was, who I am and who I want to be.
Fuck. I love Joshua Matthew Miller. He reminds me the love of my life.
Anyhow, this book shows the trauma of those women who got raped and sexual harassed. It freaking hurts. Every. Single. Second. Physically, emotionally, mentally and even spiritually. That's it.
Sunday already?! Just ticked off this beauty off my TBR! This book had me hooked from the very first chapter. I wasn’t sure what to expect, Ive never read any of Harloe Raes books before, but I definitely will continue to read her books after this!
This book starts off with Delaney in the hospital after a brutal head injury that leaves her with amnesia. Decker stumbles upon Delaney in the hospital, shocked that she doesn’t remember him. Delaney enlists Deckers help to get back to normal. This books is such a sweet friends to lovers romance! I couldn’t get enough of it.
Delaney: My heart broke for Delaney from the very beginning. I felt for her. I felt her pain, her heartbreak & loneliness. I was expecting her to stay this way throughout the book, but she surprised me. She ended up being so strong and self reliant despite her situation.
Decker: Gahhh. Decker!! Is there anything better than a bad boy? Or a reformed one for that matter! I was expecting him to be the typical brooding hero, but he also surprised me. He was so sweet & patient with Delaney. Also so protective of her!
The ending of this book had me teary eyed! I was so happy with the ending and they way things ended in the book between the two of them.
Sunday night mood✨>swipe>✨
pjs, in bed, with a new read 📖
I started listening to WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT on @audible tonight and... wow! Can not wait to see where this story goes ♥️
📷 book pic @notthepathtonarnia
Freakonomics ⭐⭐⭐⭐ &
By Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner. .
One of my goals for this year is to read at least twenty-four non-fiction titles, so two a month (not doing as well in February, but we still have almost half the month, right?). Freakonomics and Superfreakonomics are two books that talk about some things going on in society and their causes and effects. They're both really interesting reads but I most definitely prefered Freakonomics to Superfreakonomics. .
How's your reading going so far this year? Are you picking up more physical books, e-books, or audiobooks? I think I've been reading audiobooks the most so far this year. I always tend to read a lot more in a year when I pick up a lot of audiobooks. .
Who can make your story even more interesting? An awesome villain.⠀
So what makes an awesome villain?⠀
1. Make the villain more powerful than the hero. By that I don't mean make him/her physically or socially superior. If the villain can exploit the hero's vulnerabilities. Lot of movies take the easy way out here, the villain kidnaps the hero's loved one. But get creative.⠀
2. The villain and the hero seek the same thing. Same girl in a college romance, power and money in a mafia thriller, shiny things in a Marvel movie⠀
3. The villain should test the hero's beliefs (and also the reader's) I have heard this one : the best villains are those who do the evil things for the right reasons. Nobody does evil for the sake of being evil.⠀
4. Finally, the villain is the best if he/she can change the hero. Whether it is to push the hero to train harder or better yet make them learn a truth about themselves or the world. ⠀
Of course these are just my thoughts. Feel free to disagree and share your own thoughts.
QOTD: If you could have one of the following bookish perks, what would you choose?
• A free book once a week for the rest of your life
• Your one successful bookstore • Three fictional characters (your choice) become alive and dear friends to you
Hey, it’s me in a post for once! Brandon and I spent Friday night and yesterday in Portland, and I got to visit Powell’s City Bookstore for the first time (and voodoo donuts for the first time!) 😍 it was a dream 💖 it was rainy, cold, and parking was basically impossible, but what’s new in the PNW? 😂
Also, don’t forget to enter my giveaway by midnight PST!!
Here are my 2020 reads so far! To kick or 2020 I figured what better way than to start with The great Gatsby?
For the most part I enjoyed all of these books! Some more than others! From here on out I will be posting more in depth reviews but just wanted to get started with what I have read! 🥰
Save the date to hear @sandi.writes! Details below 👇
Repost : "Along with Amarjit Kaur, I'm coming to a backyard near you* on the 14th
March for another storytelling session.
(*if you live in the City of Bayswater that is 😁) NOTE: This is a FREE event but in the true spirit of Secret Squirrel 🐿
business, you'll need to register your attendance to gain access to the
address. There may even be a secret handshake 🤝🤜🖖(Okay I made the secret handshake bit up ... but you really do need to register to get the address.
Even I don't know whose backyard I'm storytelling at yet 😳) https://centreforstories.com/event/backstories-bayswater/
If the City of Bayswater isn't local to you - fear not, there may be
another Backstories event near you - with other fabulous storytellers.
You'll find all the Backstories locations on the Centre for Stories
website: https://centreforstories.com/events/ "
Backstories is a one-day multi-sited storytelling festival located in the
suburbs of Western Australia. Reaching from Falcon to Carramar, Backstories
provides new opportunities for storytellers to share stories in local
Repost from @centreforstories [Image Description: Black text on a white background ‘Where stories come home’]
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This was my weekend ☺️
Camping + reading + dogs •
A delightful, charming and witty chick lit read!!!! 5 STARS!!!! See our complete review and the author's GIVEAWAY! (LINK IN BIO)!!!! Erotic Fiction? by Hannah Lynn is NOW AVAILABLE!!!! About the book:
There’s nothing sexy about her humdrum life as a mum. But is her husband’s
crazy scheme a bit too exciting?
Sarah’s mind-numbing housewife existence is turning her brain to mush. With her
third bun in the oven, this British mum is drowning under a mountain of playdates,
bills, and head lice checks. But her man’s get-rich-quick idea of writing steamy
novels isn’t her ideal way to dial up life’s passion.
Drew desperately wants a break from Sarah’s whinging. And if that means
researching how to write racy books all by himself, then he’ll make the sacrifice. But
as he finally warms Sarah up to the sultry side hustle, their R-rated private project
gets publicly exposed…
With an office scandal brewing, it’s only a matter of time before gawking workers
and a perfectly nosy PTA president turn them into social pariahs.
Can Sarah and Drew earn some extra income from sizzling lit without falling prey to
Erotic Fiction is a charming comedy for fans of humorous fiction. If you like sweet
love stories, endearing characters, and dry British humor, then you’ll adore Kindle
Storyteller Award Winner Hannah Lynn’s delightful tale.
Buy Erotic Fiction to slip into something a little more lovable today!
Well I finished Lemn Sissay’s My Name Is Why today and immediately fell apart. I grieved this book. I grieved this childhood. A memoir about his theft in infancy from his Ethiopian mother’s care in a “home” for young mothers in rural England, through his failed white foster placement, and then through various boy’s “homes” until his own ingenuity springs him from the system, this is really a memoir about a beautiful boy who sows poetry from seeds of racism, and neglect, and abuse, and torture. The art in this book was multitudinous, but for me it was primarily twofold. In the one instance Sissay gets all of his documents as a ward of the state from birth to adulthood, and he intersperses physical copies of these in the linear story of his life, interpreting them as he writes, highlighting how bureaucracy steals the love that should shape every childhood, and also steals the truths that young Sissay experiences. Through this he demonstrates how semantics turn regular childhood actions into problematic behaviours, and how it erases the violence inflected on his young body. And then, secondly, Sissay writes with the honestly, the brightness, the kindness, and the hurt of a young child, which screams out the absurdity and inherent brutality of a system that separates a child from any promise of love and attachment. He takes bureaucratic language and turns it on it’s head with his truth. The actual poetry in this book is so spare and says so much, I was transformed. I can’t say enough what a visual experience this was. And what a visceral one. My breath was taken away more than once, and I held my children closer every day I picked up this book. A memoir for the ages, I can only hope that Sissay writes the rest of his life for us as well. Thank you @canongatebooks for this review copy.
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Creo que este era el libro indicado para iniciar este proyecto 💕
Si no hay un mañana es un libro fascinante que te atrapa desde el primer momento✨. Su hilo conductor es un poco una historia de amor 🥰 (y si que me encantan) pero más allá de eso, es una historia de aprendizajes, culpas y valentía.
Sus personajes son tan reales que permiten que te identifiques con sus miedos o con sus sueños en múltiples ocasiones.
Este libro deja un gran enseñanza, que ya podrán imaginar por su nombre y gracias a el inicio este sueño, que aunque simple está lleno de magia para mi.
𝐋𝐚 𝐅𝐨𝐢𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐮𝐱 𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐫𝐞s 📖
C’est la tentation qui trône sur les étagères, dans les bacs, à travers les vitrines. Depuis quelques jours déjà tu connaissais le lieu, la date et l’heure de ce jour bénit - par les dieux des mots. Tu sais que tu vas passer une belle matinée, ou un agréable après-midi ou encore que sais-je et que dis-je, carrément une sacrée journée ! Tu te dis que c’est juste l’occasion de se balader parmi toutes ces mystérieuses reliures, et si tu ne déniches rien, ce ne sera pas la fin du monde. Ouais c’est ça ! 🤣 En fait t’es bien préparé psychologiquement, à fouiller, à dénicher quelque chose ! T’as ramené ton tote bag spécial ou ton sac de courses Leclerc - dans cet état de « 𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐬𝐞-𝐥𝐢𝐯𝐫𝐨𝐩𝐡𝐚𝐠𝐢𝐞 » le style sérieusement, c’est juste un détail - et c’est partie pour entrer dans l’arène ! En scène l’artiste ! Autour de toi on parle actualité littéraire, coups de cœur, classiques incontournables à lire, et à l’occasion d’une rencontre tout à fait charmante, tu échanges aussi. Mais ne perdons pas le cap, aujourd’hui tu es un(e) 𝐗-𝐌𝐞𝐧 𝐝𝐮 𝐥𝐢𝐯𝐫𝐞 - ou un(e) 𝐀𝐯𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫 𝐝𝐮 𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐧 si tu préfères - et tu dois en ramener quelques-uns, en sauver d’autres, à l’abri du danger ! Bon...😏 en fait dans ma bibliothèque. (Suite) ⬇️
12 788 hours ago
À mon tour de découvrir ce dernier tome ! ⭐️ D’habitude j’attends la sortie en poche mais là je vous avoue qu’il me tardait de retrouver cet univers incroyable et tous ces personnages hauts en couleur 🤩 ! Jusqu’ici je dirais que « Les Disparus du Clairedelune » a été mon petit coup cœur. Je suis vraiment rentrée dans cette saga à partir de ce deuxième volet. Il ne reste plus qu’à mettre un point finale à tout cela... 😏 enfin, déçue ou pas, je n’oublierais pas à quelle point cette saga m’aura fait rêver, transportée !
🌈 Et vous... une préférence parmi les quatre tomes ou impossible de choisir ? 😆
17 17915 February, 2020
Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf .
One word to describe this book - beautiful. Woolf is one of my favourite writers, her style of writing is my greatest inspiration. Through this novel, Woolf takes her readers on a journey - a journey through a crowd of people, a journey of seeing different people, of getting to know them, and essentially, identifying with their struggles. 'Mrs. Dalloway' unfolds the tale of each character with all their every day struggles, their attempts to hold themselves together even when they are falling apart. .
Clarissa Dalloway struggles to maintain the elegant, classy image of a socialite, all while feeling stifled in a marriage with a man she isn't really happy with. With Peter's return, she is forced to come out of her denial and face reality as it is. Woolf's depiction of PTSD through the character of Septimus is brilliant. A veteran of the World War, Septimus suffers without anyone to help him, with the memories of the war, of the death of Evans haunting him, forcing him to make an ultimate choice. From the start to the end, this novel captures the attention of the readers through its simple yet masterful portrayal of the characters as well as their psychology. .
Do give this book a read if you haven't already, Virginia Woolf rarely ever disappoints!
4 3214 February, 2020
𝙎𝙖 𝙜𝙪𝙚𝙪𝙡𝙚 𝙙’𝙖𝙣𝙜𝙚 𝙖𝙫𝙖𝙞𝙩 𝙡𝙚 𝙜𝙤û𝙩 𝙙𝙪 𝙥𝙧𝙚𝙢𝙞𝙚𝙧 𝙘𝙝𝙖𝙜𝙧𝙞𝙣 𝙙𝙤𝙣𝙩 𝙡𝙖 𝙢𝙤𝙧𝙨𝙪𝙧𝙚 𝙣𝙚 𝙨’𝙚𝙛𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙚 𝙟𝙖𝙢𝙖𝙞𝙨
Le théâtre des nuits, la scène de vie.... ce merveilleux roman, c’est le hasard pour espérer encore l’envie. Ces femmes qui se livrent en ne pensant que très peu, tout bas à cette liberté fantaisiste. Non ! Oublions ! Aussi frêles que sois notre existence, continuons de nous frayer un passage. Entrons décemment pour ne pas déranger, ne pas brusquer, surtout ne pas heurter les jugements de l’époque. Ces textes officiels, nullement considérés par la majorité.
Ces hommes... embrasés dans leur certitude d’être plus et certainement pas moins. Aucune demie-mesure ou peut-être faut-il creuser pour briser un temps soit peu l’armure ? Obsessions, pensées historiquement incarnées pour se sentir apaiser. Ironie du « j’ai tant besoin d’elle »
C’est l’histoire de ces rêves d’artistes, des rudes souvenirs glacés que le spectacle vient doucement apaisé. Violente existence, amour brutal, douce passion. La confusion, la réalité et l’abandon pour s’évader.
4 1095 February, 2020
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#pandadiyorki Sherlock Holmes Kızıl Soruşturma//Kitap yorumu .
Sherlock'u herkes gibi bende biliyorum. Bilmediğim onu okumanın ne kadar farklı ve ne kadar keyifli olduğuymuş. Bugüne kadar nerdeymişim ? Bu keyifden niye mahrum bırakmışım kendimi ? Okuması öyle kolay ve öyle akıcı ki. Bir gram da mı tıkanmaz kurgu ? Yok. Su gibi akıyor su. Bide acemi şansı yanlışlıkla doğru bişey yapıp ilk kitaptan başlamışım 😂 Böylelikle hem Watson'ı hemde Sherlock beyi iyice bir tanıma fırsatı buldum. Hatta bir taşla iki kuş vurup onların da birbiriyle tanışmalarına şahit oldum. (Kendimle beşlik çakıştığım an 👏) Olay şöyle gelişiyor:
Dr.John Watson İngiliz ordusunda bir doktor. İkinci Afgan savaşı sırasında omzundan ağır bir yara alıyor ve eve geri gönderiliyor. Bir süre otellerde yaşadıktan sonra bu böyle gitmez dediği ve eve çıkma fikrini aklına koyduğu noktada talih karşısına ev arkadaşı olarak Sherlock'u çıkarıyor. Daha tanıştıkları ilk andan ne kadar ilginç bir karakter olduğunun farkına varıyor. Bu ilginçlik gayriresmi bir şekilde dedektiflik yapan Sherlock'a gelen bir davayla tavan yapiyor. Eski bir evde bir erkek cesedi bulunuyor ve nasil öldüğü hakkında bir bulgu da yok. Fakat bu davayı ilginç kılan bu değil. Duvara kanla yazılmış olan o kelime: Rache. Onlar bu davaya derinlemesine girerken bizde birlikte davayı çözüşleri ve tabi ki
Sherlock'un dillere destan dehasıma şahit oluyoruz. Tekrar söylüyorum gerçekten okumak bilmekten çok farklı. Zaten dehşet zeki olduğunun bilinci içindeyim ama buna okuyup kendim şahit olmak çok farklı bir zevk. O kadar analitik ki. Ordan onu nasıl çıkardı da nasıl buraya bağladı derken beyinler yanıyor. Bu sırada size düşen tek şey hayranlıkla olaya şahit olmak. Bir kere öyle güzel bir kalem ki gerçekten onlara bir üçüncü olarak olay mahallinde bulunuyormuş hissi alıyorsunuz. Betimlemeler öyle gerçek. ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
DEVAMI YORUMDA ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ #bookpost#bookblogger#bookshelf#bookstagramturkey#bookstagramkesfet#bookstagrammer#kitaplarindili#kitaplarinpilibitmez
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« Romance. 💕 »
» Pourquoi j’ai longtemps évité ce genre de lecture, et que maintenant je ne la quitte plus ?
» J’ai connu la New romance avec bien évidemment After. J’ai à l’époque enchaîné les trois premiers tomes, mais leurs histoires « on s’aimer, on déteste » ma quelque peut gonfler... et du coup, j’ai stoppé sans finir la saga (Oui je sais; honte à moi-même) mais, je finis le dernier tome très bientôt! Parce que oui, je suis quand même fan d’After!
» J’ai redonné une chance à la romance après avec la saga « You Kill Me » et celle-ci, par contre j’ai tellement adoré que j’attendais les sorties avec impatience. Mais pour moi, la romance c’était toujours la même chose, toujours le même style..
» Pendant 2ans, je lisais que très rarement de la romance. Mon coeur s’était retourné vers la dystopie. Mais en discutant avec certaines d’entre vous, j’ai pu voir une autre image de la romance.
» Et finalement, maintenant j’ai vraiment du mal à me tournée vers autre chose. J’aime lire les histoires d’amour, qu’elle soit facile, ou difficile à lire. Finalement elles sont toutes différentes, avec des personnages différents, avec leurs mal-être (ou quelquefois, je me reconnais dedans!) bref, la romance maintenant je ne la quitte plus.
17 20613 hours ago
Quando non hai voglia di applicarti per fare una foto ma te ne freghi perché gli Adelphi, come li metti li metti, fanno sempre la loro 🐖 figura 😂😂😂 📚La Domenica è Adelphi 📚
Woke up this morning and decided I needed to read something different, so here we are. Happy Sunday 🌟
35 1158 hours ago
Hei hei oameni dragi! ❤️
Astăzi am revenit cu o poză nouă din seria #studymotivation și sper să vă motiveze!! 🤗
Q: Ce vați plănuit să faceți în această zi frumoasă de duminică? 🤔🤗
Eu unul m-am trezit cu chef de făcut la mate! 😅 Așa că astăzi mă pun bine la birou și o să fac câteva variante de bac la mate. 🤗 Aseară am început să citesc primul volum al dilogiei "Alexandre" de A. Stephanie și vreau să mai citesc și astăzi! 🤗😍
O după amiaza cât mai frumoasă și mai plăcută tuturor! ❤️
3 17115 hours ago
Hello sweet friends! It’s always such fun getting to know each other 💕 I would love for you to introduce yourself in the comments below!✨ A little bit about me - I am a hopeless romantic & old soul with a penchant for classic stories. My blog, An Enchanted Life, is dedicated to celebrating the magic of storytelling and whimsical lifestyle 💕 If you’re new here, welcome to our kindred community! Between our Enchanted Book Club and frequent giveaways, there are always fun activities to participate in and ways to meet kindred spirits 💖 I can’t wait to continue getting to know each other and to share the exciting things I have in store for us this year! 💕
142 2,3345 hours ago
Suretler- Cenk Mustafa Güven .
🍀 " Bu hayat hep böyle mi, birini yola sokmak için hep digerini mi harcar?"
🍀 " 'Her bilinç kendi evreninde gerçekse diğer insanlar nedir, Neden bize görünüyorlar ve en önemlisi bira maçları var mı? '
Sorusuna Ruhumun cevap verişiine şahit oluyordum. 'Suretlerin gayet size ibret olmaktır.Suretsiz ibret, gayesiz hayat olmaz.' " .
🍀 " Aşklar fedakarlıkla taçlanır. En vazgeçilmezini feda edemeyen insan ne kadar severse sevsin aşkın doruğunu göremez."
🗝 Son zamanlarda okuduğum en dingin kalemle tanıştığımı düşünüyorum. Açıkçası Suretler kitabının arka kapağını okuduğumda beni neyin beklediğini tahmin edemedim. Icindekilerin sırrını vermeyen bir arka kapak yazısından sonra iyice meraklandığım bu kitabı bir gece okumasında bitirdim ancak bendeki etkilerinin bu kadar kısa sürmeyeceğine emin olabilirsiniz .
🗝 Kimilerinin upuzun yıllar süren yaşamı boyunca sorgulamadığı şeyleri henüz ilkokul öğrencisiyken sorgulamaya başlayan ve hayatı boyunca devam eden bu süreçte kötülük kavramının hayatındaki yerini kafasında çözmeye çalışan Can'ın hikayesini okuyoruz. Felsefik ve psikolojik durumlar, bolca sorgulamalar ve hatta sohbetler uzerinden ilerleyen kitapta harika bir kurgu ve beni benden alan bir son var .Kitaptaki karakter detayları muazzam ve her bir karakter şahsına münhasır. Cok beğenerek okudum .
🗝 Ben bu kitabı @l_sevdali_l öncülüğünde güzel bir grupla okudum. Yazarımız @cenkmustafaguven e ve bana eşlik eden grup arkadaşlarıma cok teşekkür ederim. 💛 .
🗝 Hepinize iyi pazarlar, keyifli okumalar diliyorum 🖤