Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie​

Do you know when you don’t like one character and it’s ruining all the reading experience for you?! Yeah, that’s what happened here for the first half of the book. At one point I was really tempted not to finish it, as I really wasn’t enjoying the story, but I pushed myself to get through…

Our souls at night by Kent Haruf

This book was recommended to me by my grandma who had the copy of her sister at home. When I needed some moral support, I went to the bookshop and found the English publication, with its beautiful cover, and bought it. Some days after I also found the Italian publication in a secondhand bookshop and…

10 things to do in NYC

I managed to pick 10 things of what I want to see just for the sake of this post. In fact, my list is huge!

April 2018 wrap-up

Here we are again with our monthly appointment: these are the books I’ve read during the month of April. This month I’ve got a short list, because I started reading multiple books, but couldn’t finish them. If I’ll read them at last, I’ll include them in another wrap-up, I promise. Obsidio by Amie Kaufman and…

Obsidio

I’m writing this review a couple of weeks after finishing the book because I wanted to think about what I was going to write. I was expecting a great book, a greatfinale to the series, but I got somehow disappointed. Don’t get me wrong. The book was indeed a great book, but my expectations were…

The Outsider by Albert Camus

I am proud to say I’ve finished reading my first book in French: “The Outsider” by Albert Camus. This is what I think of it.

February & March 2018 wrap-up

In February and March I’ve reread a couple of my favorite books and read for the first time some very good ones. Here’s the list and the links to the reviews: Origin by Dan Brown The royal rabbits of London by Santa Montefiore Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff Gemina by Amie Kaufman and…

💀 The roaming dead 💀

Hello everyone! Today’s the day we’re going to talk about the dead. Ok, now that I have your attention, let’s begin my brief review of the children’s book “Fifth Grade Screams: The roaming dead” by Frank Livingston and Janee’ Livingston. On Goodreads, the book is described as “a lighthearted middle-grade school book”, which I can…