The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah has to be one of the best books I've read this year. It's a historical fiction novel based on occupied France during World War II. If you're looking forward to read about this war from a woman's point of view, this is the book for you! The Nightingale - Blurb… Continue reading Book Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
How would you feel if you're stranded on an island with a guy you don't exactly get along with- plus two dorks?! Lovewrecked by Karina Halle is that scenario come to life! “How are we going to get through this?” she asks, her voice quiet against the roar of the downpour, the rain running into… Continue reading Book Review: Lovewrecked – Karina Halle
This is a very well plotted psychological thriller! I loved how it has a feminism sub-genre involved in the story. The Herd demonstrates the power of female empowerment and how women should ALWAYS support each other no matter what. However, it also portrays the power of envy and how it can really screw your mind.
Do you clap when you land? In a novel-in-verse that brims with grief and love, National Book Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Acevedo writes about the devastation of loss, the difficulty of forgiveness, and the bittersweet bonds that shape our lives. Camino Rios lives for the summers when her father visits her in the… Continue reading Book Review: Clap When You Land – Elizabeth Acevedo
Do you like visiting bookstores when you travel?! As you well know, I absolutely LOVE traveling! Especially literary travels. There's nothing more rewarding for me, than to submerge myself in an ocean of books and buy a ton of them when I visit famous independent bookstores around the world. I've been lucky enough to visit… Continue reading Bookstores I wish to Visit!
Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton was recommended to me by a fellow book blogger a few months ago. I thought it interesting since I live in a town that survives out of the sugar industry. After the Cuban Revolution, a lot of cubans emigrated to Miami. Especially the ones who had a priviledge… Continue reading Book Review: Next Year in Havana- Chanel Cleeton
No todo el mundo tiene la dicha de tener una mamá artista. Aunque a veces la quiero matar, ha sido la persona que mas ha influido en mi amor por la lectura y todo lo que tenga que ver con el arte. Es mi compañera por default para todos los viajes, ya que compartimos los… Continue reading Book Review: La Verdadera Yo – Olivette Santoni
El año pasado tuve el inmenso placer de conocer Viena. Esto inició mi obsesión con Isabel de Baviera, popularmente conocida como Sissi, Emperatriz de Austria. Una mujer que tuvo todos los lujos soñados por cualquier joven de la época. Un joven y apuesto emperador profundamente enamorado y los lujos que conllevaban ser su esposa. Sin… Continue reading Book Review: Sissi, emperatriz accidental – Allison Pataki
“It’s the way he had a cup of tea waiting for me when I woke up. It’s the way he turned on his laptop especially for me to look up all my Internet horoscopes and helped me choose the best one. He knows all the crappy, embarrassing bits about me that I normally try to… Continue reading Book Review: Can You keep a Secret? – Sophie Kinsella
The Book It has always been a goal of mine to read all of Jane Austen's novels. I read Pride and Prejudice when I was in High School, but that was it and I don't remember much to be honest. I fell in love with the film, which is still a favorite of mine. Now… Continue reading Book Review: Emma – Jane Austen