Harry Potter-Spell Book Tag

Seen on many YouTube channels and now here on my blog: The "Harry Potter-Spell Book Tag" I thought that this is a good way to introduce myself and share some of my favourites. The book tag consists of a Harry Potter Spell (e.g. Expecto Patronum) and then a subtitle that explains what the book is (e.g. [...]

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Review – Me before You by Jojo Moyes

The world bestseller Me before You by Jojo Moyes finally made it onto my blog after being one of the book we had to read in school that I enjoyed. Me before You is about Louisa (Lou) Clark from England, who has a very low income and supports her family with her money. On the [...]

Review – Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Throne of Glass is the first book in it's series. It is yet another book by Autor Sarah J. Maas, to be exact the first one she has ever published (and that in her teens). We are transported into the Kingdom of Adarlan and meet Celaena Sardothien, Adarlan's Assassin. She is freed from a labour [...]

Book Talk – Narcissa Malfoy’s Lie

In the last Harry Potter book - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - there is one scene that raises questions. I have decided to take a closer look on a few fan theories. The scene I'm talking about is the one where Narcissa Malfoy lies to Voldemort about Harry being dead. After Voldemort casts [...]

The Netflix Book Tag

Damn, thenovelarchive, back at it again with a book tag. (Excuse my reuse of old memes) The Netflix book tag lists categories that appear on Netflix and then adds a book fitting to it. I thought, this would be a fun thing to do, since we know, that a lot of us love Netflix and [...]

Review – Harry Potter Illustrated Versions

You probably yawned, groaned or sighed, when you read the heading of this post. Maybe you thought: “When will she stop posting Harry Potter things?” or “Harry Potter? The illustrated version? That is a children’s book!” But since this is the my favourite series and nothing will ever come before it, I got I wanted to share [...]

Review – The Circle by Dave Eggers

The Circle is a novel by Dave Eggers that is now adapted into a movie starring Emma Watson as the protagonist, Mae. It takes place in the present time where a company called the “circle” employs Mae. The company combines every social media there is like Facebook, Google, Pinterest, Tumblr, Instagram and many more. Mae used to [...]

Review – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Throns and Roses by Sarah J. Mass, author of the Throne of Glass series , or commonly referred to as Acotar, is the first book in its trilogy. It started out as the retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The story is set in a fantasy world called Prythain. Feyre, the protagonist, is [...]

Review – Divergent by Veronica Roth

Divergent by Veronica Roth is the first book in the series with the same title and is is a dystopian Young-Adult novel. The book follows the story of Tris Prior, who like the rest of the population, has to choose a faction when she turns sixteen. She and her brother take a test to determine [...]