Good Morning! It’s the start of another week. It’s Monday! What are you Reading is hosted by Kathryn from Book Date , this is a weekly event to share what we’ve read in the past week and what we hope to read, plus whatever else comes to mind. I’m hoping to squeeze in some of my books […]IT’S MONDAY! WHAT ARE YOU READING?📚 — Susan Loves Books
hi hi hi, friends! it has been a while since i’ve done a 3 mini review post, but this one has been sitting in my drafts for so long – i knew i wanted to quickly add a third review once 2022 came around! i hope you enjoy, and i hope you’re being gentle with yourselves! (and i hope to have another one of these posts up sooner than the last, muhahaha!) happy reading! 💗
💛 A review to check out: Johely’s!
“Magic could not speak, yet interacting with it felt like a conversation, a dance, a story shared with a friend with the ending left up to interpretation.”
This was our September 2020 pick for the Dragons & Tea Book Club, and I loved it so much. This is a story about identity, classism, privilege, freedom, honoring…
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Reviews From the Stacks Last month discovered Jana and her blog Reviews from the Stacks. Jana created this fun, monthly book meme. Now, it is true that Jana runs a link party for this which takes place on the second Saturday of every month. But I missed that last month, and Jana didn’t mind my […]TCL’s #SomethingDifferentSunday – Spell the Month in Books #2! — The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog
I wonder. A lot. Sometimes about different things, and sometimes, about the exact same things. I go through moods of content and anger. All wondering. The definition of wonder is; “a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable.” You could absorb that information so many ways. I wonder which […]Sometimes, I wonder. — Alecia Writes
The Spy by Paulo Coelho is a novel about Mata Hari, the infamous dancer and courtesan. The novel starts out with her getting ready to face the 18 men who are at the ready to fire at her. Written based on real events, The Spy provides us with an insight into who Mata Hari was and how she ended up facing a firing squad.
Coelho needs to be commended for writing this book. There is immense research that went into this book. The timeline and the photographs interspersed throughout it make it a worthy read. Novels that are based on facts sometimes tend to become a bit too fictional. Coelho though has refrained from this habit. And The Spy becomes an interesting read through and through.
Mata Hari writes letters to her daughter and her lawyer about her life, this is what forms the basis of the book. How…
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Автор: Бојан Радичевски Се работи за една жена, затвореничка во сопствената куќа… Жена, на која животот ѝ го сервирал најлошото. Живее на нездрав начин – со многу вино, и поради својата состојба – со многу лекови и редовни посети од нејзините психијатар и киропрактичар. Книга во која се опишува регуларниот живот на жената и злосторството […]Рецензија за книгата „Жената на прозорецот“ од А. Џ. Фин — Bookreaders Community