Review: Atlas: The Story Of Pa Salt by Lucinda Riley and Harry Whitaker

Finally it was there, the final book in the really popular “The Seven Sisters” series by Lucinda Riley. As she passed away in 2021 to cancer, she couldn’t finish this series herself. Her son Harry Whitaker granted his mom’s wish and finished the final book. He and Riley co-wrote several childeren’s books together. However, many… Continue reading Review: Atlas: The Story Of Pa Salt by Lucinda Riley and Harry Whitaker

Review: The Traitor Queen by Danielle L. Jensen

Several years ago, I found The Bridge Kingdom by Danielle L. Jensen on Audible Plus. This means that no credit is needed to listen to the audiobook, which is a nice surprise. I liked the book and I was planning on listening to it’s sequel, The Traitor Queen, soon-ish. Well, that took me about 2… Continue reading Review: The Traitor Queen by Danielle L. Jensen

Review: Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

Rebecca Yarros has been known for her new adult and romance novels which are often emotional rollercoasters. Recently, she also published several adult novels such as The Last Letter and Reason To Believe as well as historical fiction, The Things We Leave Unfinished. Now, she decided to take on a different approach and published a… Continue reading Review: Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

Review: Every Summer After by Carley Fortune

Let’s start this review with a confession, because I have never heard of Every Summer After by Carley Fortune before the Dutch translation was announced. It’s a really popular book amongst the booktok croud, but I’m not part of it so no wonder I’ve missed it. The announcement of the translation did ring a bell… Continue reading Review: Every Summer After by Carley Fortune

Review: The Switch by Beth O’Leary

A few years ago, Beth O’Leary debuted with her novel The Flatshare. This book got lots of praise, which I can’t judge since I haven’t read it yet. Her following novel The Switch again got lots of praise and hype. This one I recently read. Do I agree on this hype or was this book… Continue reading Review: The Switch by Beth O’Leary

Review: A Thousand Heartbeats by Kiera Cass

I’m certain we all remember the moment Kiera Cass debuted with The Selection, the series that turnt out to be one of the biggest guilty pleasures amongst YA readers. It still bremains one of the many YA classics to date. I picked up these books very late because upon release I was in the biggest… Continue reading Review: A Thousand Heartbeats by Kiera Cass

Review: The Things We Leave Unfinished by Rebecca Yarros

Rebecca yarros is one of my autobuy authors. My introduction to her novels was when I picked up the first book in the “Flight & Glory” series (which I still haven’t finished by the way). After that, I’ve read nearly all her books – except some older ones and some installments in series. One of… Continue reading Review: The Things We Leave Unfinished by Rebecca Yarros

Review: It Starts With Us by Colleen Hoover

As many of you may know, Colleen Hoover is one of my autobuy and autoread authors. This was already the case before she got so incredibly popular on Booktok. I don’t have TikTok myself so I don’t know what people say about her books on there, but just a few of her books get all… Continue reading Review: It Starts With Us by Colleen Hoover