Morgen, 9 juli, verschijnt het boek Pans Labyrint: het labyrint van de faun van Guillermo del Toro & Cornelia Funke. In samenwerking met Querido (kinderboeken), mag ik één exemplaar van dit boek weggeven! Op Instagram, in de caption onder bovenstaande foto, kun je de regels vinden en mee doen. Deze winactie eindigt komende zondag, 14 juli, 12:00 ‘s middags! Succes!
Lees verder voor meer informatie over het boek 👉🏼
Title: Waiting for Wednesday
Series: Frieda Klein #3
Author(s): Nicci French
No. of pages: 478
Publication date: May 24th 2013
Date read: June 24th 2019
I post this one day late, just because I didn’t feel like posting it yesterday and actually forgot about it most of the time 🙈 But here it is: my May wrap up. It has been such a good month, reading wise, and I managed to read nine (!) books in total!
Another month has gone and May stands waiting around the corner. We’re already, almost, halfway through the year already guys! HOW?
Anyway, April was quite a good month to me, when it comes to reading. There was another #25infive readathon during the last weekend of April, so I was able to finish up my last reads and even get a head start on my May TBR!
Now, let’s get on with my April wrap up 👉🏼
This week it’s time for another #25infive readathon, hosted by @25infive over at Instagram: over the next five days, starting today, I’m going to try to read as much as I possibly can! Unfortunately, I have two quite busy days, but the other three days are still free, so that’s good. Let’s get on with the books I’ll be reading in the coming five days!
How cool is this cover? This is the cover of the psychological thriller and short story Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal. If that title doesn’t make you curious, I really don’t know what does!
It’s been a while since I made my last “This or that?” post! I still come up with new ones, and I love answering them, so here are five more this or that dilemma’s!
This year’s Black Friday was a good one. Pieter and I managed to snatch a bigger and, more important, better television and I bought a couple of books for myself. In this haul I will give you the blurbs of these books, plus the blurbs of one I got to review!
Title: City of the Shrieking Tomb
Author(s): Patrick A. Rogers
No. of pages: 266
Genre: Horror, Supernatural
Publication date: September 24th 2018
Date read: December 2nd 2018