How can I resist a tag that involves recommending books? Isn't this what all bookworms enjoy to do? 🙂 Thank you Ally for creating this amazing tag! Let's go!
The "learnings" were derived from 3 books that focused on the murder mysteries set in university campuses: The Secret History by Donna Tartt, Book of Mirrors by E.O. Chirovici, and The Truants by Kate Weinberg.
Mangoes and books - how could I resist doing this tag? It was super educational and fun to write this post, as I learnt so many things about mangoes in India! ❤
I do not usually read series and I like to experiment reading new authors, so there are not many chances to read many books by the same writer. However, there are some exceptions, as you'll see in this post.
As June is the month of celebrating childhood in many countries around the world, I join the party by sharing with you stories of amazing children and teenagers from books. This post presents a list of children, main characters in fiction and non-fiction books, each one portraying valuable life lessons.
After being mesmerized by "The Secret History" by Donna Tartt and rather captivated by "The Goldfinch" by the same author, I had to read also the third book written by Tartt - "The Little Friend". Given the previous two experiences, I had high hopes towards this book ... as dear Shakespeare said "Expectation is the root of all heartache".
If you want to find out what I'm reading in May, keep on reading this post. Spoiler: fiction and non-fiction, oceans and fabric, lovely reading ideas!
If you want to find out what I'm reading in April, keep on reading this post. Spoiler: historical fiction and mystery adventures 🙂
I started 2020 in style - in February I read "The Secret History" by Donna Tartt, the book that became one of my favourite books of all time. As I also read "The Goldfinch" quite recently (in 2019), I identified interesting common aspects but also differences between the two books. These aspects are briefly described … Continue reading Let’s talk about “The Secret History” and “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt
Hello and welcome to my third WWW Wednesday! For those who are not familiar with WWW Wednesday, it is a post hosted by Sam@Taking on a World of Words, consisting of 3 questions about the past, current and future reads. So if you want to find out what I read in February, keen on reading 🙂 … Continue reading What I’m reading in February 2020