When travelling meets literature: Books that take place in another country (Top Ten Tuesday)

When two of your hobbies meet in the same blog post ... there's a lot of enthusiasm involved for sure! At the intersection of bookish blogging and travelling, I found today's Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Take Place In Another Country (I guess another country than the one I live in). Top Ten Tuesday was created by The … Continue reading When travelling meets literature: Books that take place in another country (Top Ten Tuesday)

Reading plans: What fiction books I want to read in 2018

As we are getting closer and closer to 2018, I couldn't resist planning what books to read next year. In this post I included 7 books that I want to read, ranging from contemporary writers to classics. Here we go! § The Labyrinth of the Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafón This is the book I expect the … Continue reading Reading plans: What fiction books I want to read in 2018

Series Spotlight: The Cemetery of Forgotten Books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (book review)

Note: Since the time I wrote this post, the fourth book was published. I read the final installment and posted an updated version of the review. Please check the updated version here. Thank you! Just one more chapter and then I should go to sleep... one hour later: Ah, I want to read the next … Continue reading Series Spotlight: The Cemetery of Forgotten Books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (book review)

Playing with fire: The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (book review)

The Midnight Palace is part of the author's teen series, written at the beginning of his career and published in 1994. Carlos Ruiz Zafón is most famous for The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, which is one of my favourite series and it will be for sure featured soon on this blog 🙂 WanderBook travelling from … Continue reading Playing with fire: The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (book review)