Cinder by Marissa Meyer // A mini book review

Cinder Marissa Meyer

About the story // Cinder is a mechanic in New-Beijin. And a damn good one at that. Every day she goes to the market and offers her services to earn a little money. But it’s not that easy when you are a cyborg. Especially not when your own family despises you.

One day a peculiar customer enters her little shop. Prince Kai himself. That day would change her life forever. She learns secrets about her past and is caught in the power struggle between Prince Kai and Queen Levana.

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Others talking about Ancillary Justice // Under the Spotlight

Sometimes you just need more than one opinion to decide whether a book is worthy enough to be put on your TBR. So here I’ve got a few people, who were also talking about Ancillary Justice and I greatly enjoyed.

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Shall we try something new? // Under the Spotlight

Today marks the day of something new on here. Yay.

I’ve wanted to do this for forever but could never agree on how to do it. So it just stayed on my “Things I want to try on my blog” list and waited. Until now. I thought it was enough time wasted and decided to just go for it.

Starting this month, I’m going to dedicate the a few days at the end of every other month to one book. You can expect a (short) review of the book, tell you what I liked or did not liked. Maybe I’m gonna sprinkle my favourite quotes in there as well.

Sounds good?

Then let’s get started.

Here is my first book in the Spotlight: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Ancillay Justice

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The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton // A book review

the seven deaths of evelyn hardcastle

About the story: At 11:00 p.m Evelyn Hardcastle will die. Every single day unless Aiden Bishop can identify the murder. Only then the circle will be broken and Evelyn gets to live. But it’s difficult when you wake up in a different body over the course of a week and there is another killer on the loose, who is stalking you.

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Bookshelf Tour #38 // The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden

the girl in the tower

The court of the Grand Prince of Moscow is plagued by power struggles and rumours of unrest. Meanwhile bandits roam the countryside, burning the villages and kidnapping its daughters. Setting out to defeat the raiders, the Prince and his trusted companion come across a young man riding a magnificent horse.

Only Sasha, a priest with a warrior’s training, recognises this ‘boy’ as his younger sister, thought to be dead or a witch by her village. But when Vasya proves herself in battle, riding with remarkable skill and inexplicable power, Sasha realises he must keep her secret as she may be the only way to save the city from threats both human and fantastical…

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My resolutions for 2019 // Let’s have a chat

Another year is over. My 2018 felt weird at times, certainly got more stressful in the end, but still brought me some very wonderfull moments. I made the first steps into a potential wrestling career, have grown as a person and learned so much more about myself.

And now I shall make plans for the new year. As in the past years I wanted to share my resolutions with you all, hoping sharing will keep me on track.

Have you made resolutions for this year already? Let me know 🙂

hello 2019

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