🐣🐣48 hour Easter Giveaway 🐣🐣
Happy Easter everyone! I hope you are having an amazing weekend. To celebrate Easter I am holding a small give away open over Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. I will be sending the winner a book from their wish list.
The rules are simple:
💙 You must be following me (don't follow to unfollow because that sucks and will disqualify you)
💙Like this photo 💙 Comment with the book you would want to win (value of £15).
💙Comment in the same tag someone who might also be interested.
💙 Share this post in your story! I will reply with a 🐣 to confirm entry. Remember to tag me. (X1 entries)
💙 Add me on Goodreads! Link on my profile (X2 entries)
💙 Giveaway closes at 23:59 (BST) on Monday 22nd April 2019.
💙 Giveaway is open to anyone who Wordery or Book Depository deliver to.
💙 Must have a bookstagram account 💙 No private or Giveaway accounts 💙Must be over 18 as you will need to provide me with your address.
Giveaway not affiliated with anyone! This is self funded.
Winner will be announced on my story a few days after the giveaway ends. I will contact you by DM. If no response in 24 hours a new winner will be picked.
Hallo ihr Lieben 💖
Ich hoffe ihr konntet heute das schöne Wetter genießen 🥰
Maja und ich haben Erdbeeren gepflanzt und einen langen Waldspaziergang gemacht (wir sind laut Schrittzähler 7km gelaufen 😂)
Lest ihr eigentlich gerne Rezensionen? 😊
Ich lese oft welche auf Bookstagram umd es durften deshalb auch schon einige Bücher bei mir einziehen 🙈 (immer diese böse Werbung die einen zum kaufen animiert 🤣). Mir ist aufgefallen, dass ich am Liebsten Rezensionen lese, wo nicht nur Positives steht. Auch wenn ich gezielt nach Rezensionen zu einem bestimmten Buch suche, dann lese ich immer zuerst die Ausführlichsten mit den wenigsten Sternen. 😅
Wenn jemand alles super toll fand, dann bin ich oft erstmal skeptisch. Eigentlich ist das doof, denn Meinungen sind ja immer subjektiv und natürlich gibt es auch Bücher, die einen so begeistern, dass man nichts auszusetzen hat. 😂
Egal wie die Rezensionen aussehen kaufe ich die meisten Bücher trotzdem, um mir eine eigene Meinung zu bilden. 💖
Wie ist das bei euch? Habt ihr auch bestimmte Angewohnheiten und Vorurteile wenn es um Rezensionen geht? 💖
I had the most beautiful day today. We went to a national park in the Netherlands and now I am sitting on the sofa, watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, nibbling on some easter chocolate. Tomorrow we are off to some more easter celebrations with the family - and lots of food. The thing I love most about holidays.
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Q: What is your favourite holiday? 🐰
QOTD: Who is an author you don’t talk about often, but absolutely love? What’s your favorite work from them?
Honestly thanks to @br.enda beautiful recent posts, she has definitely reminded me how much I love Sanderson’s books! It’s actually a shame I don’t talk about him often. I discovered him in 2016 through my university professor who said I would ADORE his work after I submitted an analysis paper about the importance of world building in literature (Yes I basically wrote a 10-15 page paper on Tolkien lol)
And thanks to my professor, the Rithmatist became my first read from him! The story is told through the character, Joel who wants to learn the magical art of Rithmatics. Joel persuades Professor Fitch to teach him Rithmatic theory at Armedius Academy, but students start disappearing, Wild Chalklings now threaten the American Isles, and Joel is thrown into a practice he never thought of doing— investigating the crimes and saving the world (sorta).
Sanderson’s complex magic systems are my FAVORITE (he inspired a lot of my own WIP magic system), but it’s really his simplistic, fluid writing style that helps carry readers into his world building effortlessly without being overwhelmed. Plus, the illustrations are a sweet bonus to make the concept so majestic but realistic. I’m pretty sure I understand Rithmatic theory to a degree😂. ⠀⠀
I know the first quarter of his books are always described as “slow” by other readers, but I actually like it. It’s like the real world — we have to take baby steps before we enter the horrors of adulthood 😂. So don’t let that stop you because by the end you will throughly enjoy it!
Even though this isn’t my favorite work from him, The Mistborn Series definitely takes first place, but I feel this standalone is underrated and also deserves just as much praise! I definitely recommend ♡ ⠀⠀
Also tbh, this is the only book cover I like out of my Sanderson collection 😅. The UK versions of Mistborn and Skyward are just so much COOLER AND I NEED THEM.
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The weather is perfection this weekend ☀️😎 we have been enjoying the sun and been out and about (our reading is failing already 😂😅🙈).
But we had the chance to wear these awesome sunglasses by @tijneyewear 😎😍 we absolutely adore wearing them and are great in the sun! Don’t forget to head to their account to check out the different styles!.
Day 20 of #aprilinbooks19 - Character with your name.. Star of course!
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I Am Watching by Emma Kavanagh.💛❤ Published on March 26, 2019 by Kensington Books. 291 pages.
Fifteen year old Isla Bell is out for her morning run along the historic site of Hadrian's Wall when she comes across three bodies propped up against it. They appear to be sleeping, but as she gets closer, she can see the horrible bruising around their necks. Close by is another body laying on the ground. She approaches it cautiously, then sees that he is injured, but alive.
She runs home to get her Dad, police detective Eric Bell.
After more deaths, he finally catches local Heath McGowan, who is sent to prison for the crimes.
Ramsey is the only victim to survive. He goes off to school and tries to forget his harrowing experience.
Twenty years later, Isla is married to Ramsey. She is a professor of criminal psychology, studying the brain functions of psychopaths and serial killers. She gets a chance to include Heath in her studies and hopes to answer the question "why?"
Then another round of murders begin in Briganton, similar to the ones twenty years ago. Is it a copycat, or does Heath have a partner?
This chilling thriller keeps the plot twists coming. It started slowly, building the tension and intrigue.
Once it got going, I couldn't put it down. I had to find out what was happening and I never guessed the shocking ending!
What is the last thriller you read that surprised you at the end?!
Thank you to Kensington Books and Netgalley for the free ebook in exchange for an honest review. 🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤🔆❤ #iamwatching#emmakavanagh#netgalley#goodreads#wrennreads2019#wrennreads#ilovetoread#reader#books#bookworm#bookstagram#booklover#bookreview#ilovebooks#booksofinstagram#readmorebooks#bookaddict#bookobsessed#fortheloveofbooks#readersofinstagram#bookish#toomanybooksnotenoughtime
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Llevo un tiempo desaparecida y los próximos días no creo que la cosa mejore, peeero os cuento cositas. La primera es que me estoy viendo todas las pelis de "Los juegos del hambre" y ME ESTÁN FLIPANDO MUCHO 😍 (voy por la 3 🙊), me haré con los libros pronto 👏
La segunda es que @dreamsbookbox ha sacado una caja especial que no os podéis perder (mirar su perfil), en la foto están algunas cosas de la caja de marzo 'Dragones'.
Usando el código CRYSTAL10 os sale másbarato 😂😜
¿Qué pelis famosas me recomendais? Os digo que Harry Potter no la he visto y se que la tengo que ver, decirme otras porfi 😂
🇬🇧 This week is going away and I watched today «Your name» and now I can’t stop thinking about the movie and how it messed up with my emotions so hard. I usually cry with many things but today I cried like I never did 😭 What was the last book or movie that make you cry?
🇪🇸 Como ya sabéis, ando super enganchado a la trilogía «Guardianes de la ciudadela» de Laura Gallego y es que cuando ayer terminé «El secreto de Xein» no pude evitar llorar en una esquinita de mi cama porque aún no tengo el tercero y quiero comprarlo para poder leerlo cuanto antes 😭 Para mí esto es una gran sorpresa porque hasta ahora ningún libro de Laura Gallego lograba convencerme lo suficiente y estos tienen justo lo que necesitaba, Y NO LO SABÍA.
Como ya habéis visto en stories, hoy he visto por fin la película «Your name» y ha sido una maravilla. La verdad es que al principio me tenía un poco meh por todo el hype que había con ella pero poco a poco he conseguido engancharme hasta que ha llegado un punto en el que no podía dejar de pensar en ella y en lo que iba a pasar. Y MENUDO PLOT TWIST TIENE. Creo que he llorado más que nunca hoy 😂
❄️ Y hablando de llorar, ¿cuál fue el último libro que os arrancó unas lagrimillas?
I hope that you are having a most enjoyable Saturday!
I know that I am in the minority, but I just didn’t love The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo! This is why - I found it really hard to connect with Evelyn (and Monique too). I felt like everything thing she did was selfish, even getting the journalist that she wanted, was for her own gain! I just had no compassion or empathy for her, yes she had gone through hard times, but almost every decision she made was only for her own good, others always came second. Also, I felt like the twist was cruel and again motivated by the need to clear her conscience and absolve herself without thinking about how it was affect the persons life (some things we just don't need to know).
However, I think that TJR did a great job in writing the story, for me to be frustrated with it because of a character(s) not a writing perspective. So kudos to her for getting the story across, and maybe even the point of it wasn’t to like Evelyn, but more of a story about atonement! Who knows? I’m still pondering it. •
It also made me realize how much I do love HEAs! What are your thoughts on this book and the need for a book to have a HEA?
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The Cahuenga Library is my home branch so I thought that it was only right that my first library shout out was to them. This library has amazing librarians and staff who are always there to help you and provide great recommendations. They also have great events during the week as well as on the weekends to keep you entertained and to meet your community members. Some of my favorite events to attend are Yoga for everyone on Saturday mornings and book club once a month on a Saturday afternoon. Check out my blog(http://unconventionalquirkybibliophile.home.blog) to read about how you can find a great library that fits your needs.
#QOTD What is something unique to your local library?
Liz is also really enjoying our small getaway filled with reading, relaxing, cuddles and eating, she knows that’s good 🐶✨ - E.
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¿Una historia de amor que quieras leer? Sin duda escogería esta, la compre hace poco y no he podido leerla. He recibido tan buenas críticas que necesito leerla ya. Pero tengo otro libro primero 🤔 y ¿Uds qué libro leyeron en esta semana de descanso? Yo pensaba leerme forastera pero el tiempo no me dio.🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️ #bookstagram#bookish#bookishlove#bookslover#libros#librosrecomendados
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have been thinking about this book in the time since I've finished it, and I've had such a hard time formulating what to say about it. It was SO well written, and so quick to read for a non-fiction book, but the content was HARD. I cried. I was mad. I was heartbroken & so sad for everyone who has been touched by this tragedy.
I was 8 on April 20, 1999. I vaguely remember hearing about Columbine, and I remember hearing some of the stories (including one that turned out to be false), but I don't remember the day it happened. This book truly helped to give me an understanding of the before, the during, and the aftermath. Dave Cullen has such a way with words, keeping me engaged & wanting to read more, while clearly & factually talking about what happened. I loved that it was so straight forward, because I had no unanswered questions after I read it.
I want to say that should be read by everyone, but realistically, it isn't for everybody to read. It is gritty & awful, and so heart wrenching. It graphically describes the events of April 20, 1999, and it leaves you with such a knot in your stomach while reading, because you know how things end up. There are so many triggers in this book, but Dave Cullen truly did such an amazing job investigating & reporting on this.
Thank you to @jennastopreading for making me pick this book up, and thank you to @davecullenwrites for writing this. I cannot believe it has been twenty years since this horrific day. I’m thinking of and praying for everyone who was touched by this tragedy today.
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I seriously love this series! I wish it was more popular. And I wish the author would continue on with it, even though it definitely ended the way it needed to.... I just love it so much. I love this bee candle @jrosewordsmith sent me a couple years ago, and if you read this trilogy, you’d understand its significance.
“Blood Will Spill, Hearts Will Break: With a fierce rivalry raging between two warring families, falling in love is the deadliest thing Sophie could do. An epic debut set outside modern-day Chicago.
For Sophie, it feels like another slow, hot summer in Cedar Hill, waitressing at her family”s diner and hanging out with her best friend Millie. But then someone moves into the long-abandoned mansion up the block--a family of five Italian brothers, each one hotter than the last. Unable to resist caramel-eyed Nicoli, Sophie finds herself falling for him -- and willfully ignoring the warning signs. Why are Nic's knuckles cut and bruised? Why does he carry an engraved switchblade? And why does his arrogant and infuriating older brother, Luca, refuse to let her see him? As the boys' dark secrets begin to come to light, Sophie is confronted with stinging truths about her own family, too. Suddenly, she's torn between two warring dynasties: the one she”s related to and the one she's now in love with. She'll have to choose between loyalty and passion. When she does, blood will spill, hearts will break. Because in this twisted underworld, dishonor can be the difference between life and death.”
“I'll tell them how I survive it. I'll tell them that on bad mornings, it feels impossible to take pleasure in things because I'm afraid it could be taken away. That's when I make a list in my head of every act of goodness I've seen someone do. It's like a game. Repetitive. Even a little tedious after more than twenty years.
Book review! ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Out of 5
A beautiful historical fiction with a story of oppression and then freedom.
I've never read a book that covers the historical silk trade and it's conspiracies before and found this interesting. Plot driven rather than character based I found the storyline captivating and enchanting!
Thank you to NetGalley and quercus books for this arc in exchange for my honest review! @netgalley@quercusbooks
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📖 Boa tarde pessoal. Entre sol e chuva, sigo lendo as minhas metas do feriado: O príncipe cruel , indicação da Elay @umalivraria e A Caça. Finalizei A Caça e gostei muito, apesar de algumas coisinhas terem me incomodado. Comecei a ler O príncipe cruel da Holly Black e por enquanto, está muito bom. Uma mistura de contos de fada, muito drama e açao. E vocês? O que estão lendo? ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📖 Sinopse de A Caça :
O ano letivo começou e Greer MacDonald está se esforçando ao máximo para se adaptar ao colégio interno onde ela entrou como bolsista. O problema é que a STAGS, além de ser a escola mais antiga e tradicional da Inglaterra, é repleta de alunos ricos e privilegiados – tudo o que Greer não é.
Para sua grande surpresa, um dia Greer recebe um cartão misterioso com apenas três palavras: “caça tiro pesca”. Trata-se de um convite para passar o feriado na propriedade de Henry de Warlencourt, o garoto mais bonito e popular do colégio… e líder dos medievais, o grupo de alunos que dita as regras.
Greer se junta ao clã de Henry e a outros colegas escolhidos para o evento, mas esse conto de fadas não vai terminar da maneira que ela imagina. À medida que os três esportes se tornam mais sombrios e estranhos, Greer se dá conta de que os predadores estão à espreita… e eles querem sangue.Que a caçada comece!
✨“ Afie sua lâmina. Proteja seu coração “ - O príncipe cruel, Holly Black. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #book#meus2literario#acaça#hollyblack#oprincipecruel#faroeditorial#quotes#citacoes#prosa#poesias#amor#romance#bookstagram#loverecordɑr#books#booklover#lover#bookworm#bookobsessed#bookish#bookphotography#graтidão#mabennett
“Meet Doris, a 96-year-old woman living alone in her Stockholm apartment. She has few visitors, but her weekly Skype calls with Jenny—her American grandniece, and her only relative—give her great joy and remind her of her own youth.
When Doris was a girl, she was given an address book by her father, and ever since she has carefully documented everyone she met and loved throughout the years. Looking through the little book now, Doris sees the many crossed-out names of people long gone and is struck by the urge to put pen to paper. In writing down the stories of her colorful past—working as a maid in Sweden, modelling in Paris during the 30s, fleeing to Manhattan at the dawn of the Second World War—can she help Jenny, haunted by a difficult childhood, unlock the secrets of their family and finally look to the future? And whatever became of Allan, the love of Doris’s life?”
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Going to enjoy a cozy day with my socks on and The Glass Sentence! All I need is tea, and it’ll be perfect!
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They’re here! These four books were gifted to me as one of the giveaways that @diana_bibliophile hosted recently and I’m so excited to add these to my shelves 📚
I love Diana’s choice to give away books from her own personal collection that she no longer had a need for. It feels more personal, and I love the history behind pre-loved books. I can’t be the only one, right? .
Thanks again, Diana! 🥰 Now which of these should I pick up first?!
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I have so many feelings about this book, all good of course. I just don’t think I’ll be able to do this book justice in my review because it was such an emotional read. I didn’t expect any of what I got out of this. I knew very little about this book going in. I saw it on Book of the months best of the year reads and figured id give it a shot. Man was I ever glad I got a copy. I will also say if you loved where the crawdads sing you will most likely enjoy this one. I loved both and they are very similar in quite a few ways, just different characters, and scenery.
Your MC is Leni, she is the daughter of Cora and Ernt Allbright. Ernt is a War Veteran and was a POW (Prisoner of War). When he finally returns home he is struggling with PTSD, he is having flashbacks and nightmares. This book takes place in the 70s so there wasn’t as much help for people that had gone through what he did. He is very abusive to his wife and controls every move that Cora and Leni do.
Ernt has a friend pass away and leaves ernt quite a chunk of land for him in Alaska. Ernt immediately thinks that this is what his family needs, that everything will be better for them and his nightmares and flashbacks will go away and they will be a happy family again. Ernt packs his wife and child up and they head to Alaska with no plan or clue as to how to live or survive. The place they go to in Alaska is the last frontier, there is very little to no power. They have outhouses and you keep warm by the fire, you hunt and grow what you eat, completely off-grid living.
First, I want to say that there are very graphic scenes of domestic abuse as Ernt beats Cora. He is also an alcoholic and drinks very heavy to try and deal with his PTSD. So if these are things you are not good with reading or trigger you, I highly recommend skipping this one.
This book honestly blew me away and legitimately made me cry towards the end. I’m still putting my heart and soul together after I finished reading it. I was not prepared at all for any of the scenes or what happened in this book. I went into it basically not knowing nothing and I’m honestly glad I did. (Full Review on Goodreads and blog, link in bio)
qotd // if you could become best friends with any author, living or dead, who would you choose?
i will say either Margaret Atwood, Leigh bardugo, or Sarah j Maas
1126 minutes ago
Heute war ich mit meiner Mom auf dem örtlichen Flohmarkt.
Bücher habe ich keine gefunden, dafür aber einige DVDs, darunter sogar fünf Steelbooks.
Für den kompletten Stapel habe ich vierzehn Euro gezahlt. Ein guter Preis finde ich 😊
Weekend feels. ✨ If you went to Hogwarts, what would you do on the weekends?!
I’d be reading next to the lake, visiting Hagrid, and drinking Butterbeer!
516 minutes ago
¡Hola bookworms! ¿Cómo están?
Hoy vengo con un nuevo booktag, al que me nominó la linda de Yani de @clasicodesorden. 🍁 ¿Alguna vez haz dañado un libro prestado?
Nop, nunca! he dejado que me presten muy pocos libros, y por lo general trato de leerlos rápido y cuidarlos (con mi vida) 🤗 🍁 ¿Cuánto tiempo te lleva leer un libro?
Mm.. y depende de cuánto me enganche con la trama. He terminado libros en un día, y creo que lo máximo que me he demorado, han sido tres semanas. 🍁 ¿Libros que no has terminado?
No Te Escondo Nada, el primer libro de la trilogía Crossfire (demasiados tópicos para mí 🤷♀️). 🍁 ¿Libros populares que no te gustaron?
Un libro famoso que leí y que no me gustó fue Cumbres Borrascosas 🙈 🍁 ¿Hay algún libro que no le dirías a nadie que estabas leyendo?
Jaja nunca me pasó esto, pero no veo por qué debamos tener vergüenza de una lectura 😅😊 🍁 ¿Eres un lector rápido o lento?
Soy una lectora bastante lenta (a pesar de lo mucho que me guste un libro, avanzo muy de a poco). 🍁 ¿Te gusta compartir lecturas?
Últimamente es una actividad que me encanta hacer (pero tengo que tener algún interés en el libro, aunque sea por salir de mi zona de confort). 🍁 ¿Lees mejor en tu cabeza o en voz alta?
Soy una lectora silenciosa! Pero en ocasiones en que leo en inglés, suelo pronunciar algunos párrafos.
Sigo con el finde de maratón de lectura 🙌 con #maratonviajera y #yoleoconrb .
'Persiguiendo a Silvia' me tiene súper enganchadísima. 'La Profecía del Cuervo' me está pareciendo una genialidad 🖤 y 'Crimen y Castigo' me volvió a atrapar!
De todas maneras, entre alguna que otra salida... avanzo de a poco 🤗 .
¿Ustedes qué andan leyendo? ¿Se unieron a alguna maratón?
Nomino a las cuentas etiquetadas a que se animen a responder estas preguntas! 🙌😊
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¡¡Hola gentecilla!! Hay libros que llegan a nuestras manos en un momento que no es el ideal.
Algunas de estas novelas acaban en manos de otras personas, pues terminamos regalándolas, donándolas o intercambiándolas.
Otras corren mejor suerte, pues llegan a caer en nuestras manos y se convierten en un pedazo más de nuestra lista de lecturas.
Happy Saturday booklovers! Today is the 20th and that means we’re only one week away from #seabookstoreday ! If you’re in the Seattle area and considering participating but don’t know where to start, you’re in luck! My 2019 Guide is now live on the blog and is chock-full of tips and resources to help you plan a successful bookish adventure. Link is in bio!
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Dieses Buch möchte ich jedem ans Herz legen, der zwischendurch (oder generell) gerne niedliche Geschichten liest, bei denen es einem warm ums Herz wird 😍🧡. "Das kleine Café in Kopenhagen" ist nämlich ein absolutes Wohlfühlbuch, bei dem man lachen und träumen kann!
In meinem letzten Post zu diesem Buch habe ich ja bereits von den sympathischen Figuren geschwärmt und nach wie vor ist Eva (die Besitzerin des Varmes Cafés) meine allerliebste Figur dieser Geschichte 🤗🧡. Die Protagonistin Kate war mir manchmal ein bisschen zu naiv und wirkte etwas unreif, was ich für eine Protagonistin etwas schade finde... Im Zusammenspiel mit den anderen, teils chaotischen Charakteren brachten mich Kate & Co aber oft zum Lachen 🤗. Vor allem gibt es in den ersten zwei Dritteln viele lustige Szenen, die ich zum Ende hin ein kleines bisschen vermisst habe😉.
Besonders hervorheben möchte ich noch, wie sehr mir mit dieser Geschichte Kopenhagen schmackhaft gemacht wurde 😍🇩🇰. Dort möchte ich unbedingt einmal hin reisen!
Eva hat in dieser Story nicht nur den anderen Figuren den Hygge-Lebensstil näher gebracht, sondern mich mit der für diesen typischen Gelassenheit, Gemütlichkeit und Wärme beeindruckt!
Insgesamt vergebe ich 4 von 5 Sternen 🌟🌟🌟🌟.
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'Never cross the line, after which you stop being human' What a great words. One action is enough to become inhuman.
"Istanbul crimson nights" by Kristi Zeyn @kristizeyn
I have never read books in this genre about Muslim countries, so after seeing this book, it became very interesting for me. I am delighted!
There are many books about maniacs, but here, the topic touches on very serious things. Things that not everyone likes to talk about. To be honest, I did not understand how quickly the book ended, because the plot made me dive inside immediately.
From the very beginning, I guessed who was the killer, but then I started thinking about others. However, in the end, having learned the truth, I was pleasantly surprised. And the story of the killer himself made me think. Is he a murderer?
I want to warn you, that there are scenes of violence in the book, and very heavy descriptions, if you have problems with that, it is better not to read.
Main characters. I will say only one thing. Probably the real love should be like that. Without many words, without unnecessary romance. Actions, deeds, that's what matters.
Description of the city fascinated, now I really want to visit Istanbul and see all this beauty with my own eyes.
I advise this book to everyone who likes to solve secrets, read about serious things, and psychology. This is not just a psychological thriller story, this is a revelation, this is life, the reality in which we all live. 5/5⭐
Have you already read this book? .
■ “Αν ήμουν βιβλίο”, τα πρωινά της Κυριακής θα τριγύριζα στα σοκάκια της Πλάκας. Εκεί θα έβρισκα ένα νεαρό κορίτσι που θα ήθελε να με διαβάσει στα σκαλοπάτια ενός στενού δρόμου, να με γνωρίσει, να με μάθει, να με αγαπήσει... ■ «Αν ήμουν βιβλίο / Se eu fosse um livro», Συγγραφέας: Jose Jorge Alves Letria,
Εικονογράφος: Andre Letria,
Εκδόσεις Καλειδοσκόπιο, 2015) ■