More Than This – Patrick Ness

I've never read anything by Patrick Ness. There, I said it. For some weird reason, I always picked up More Than This when I found myself in the bookstore, and always put it back on the shelve again. I don't know why. Probably the cover was too cool for me to handle 🙂 When it … Continue reading More Than This – Patrick Ness

The Natural Way of Things – Charlotte Wood

For me it's very dangerous to watch this Dutch tv-show called 'De Wereld Draait Door' (The World Keeps Turning. Basically meaning; The World Is Going Insane), because of their book panel. DWDD (De Wereld Draait Door) once in a while has a few booksellers coming in talking about their favorite book of the month. This time Charlotte … Continue reading The Natural Way of Things – Charlotte Wood

All The Bright Places – Jennifer Niven

After reading Holding Up The Universe I wanted to read EVERYTHING written by Jennifer Niven, so I kicked of my Goodreads 2017 challenge with All the Bright Places, and I’m very afraid to say; I didn’t like it. I don’t know if it’s just me, because some days my Instagram feed is PACKED with ATBP … Continue reading All The Bright Places – Jennifer Niven

#girlboss – Sophia Amaruso

When I learned that Sophia Amaruso's NY Times bestseller would become a Netflix series, I downloaded the book on my Kindle so fast I even impressed myself, not even knowing I would impress myself even more that afternoon by reading it cover to cover in just a few hours! Sophia's story is a modern fairytale … Continue reading #girlboss – Sophia Amaruso

The Girls – Emma Cline

This book was staring at me for weeks! I really loved the cover, but all I heard was 'something something Manson'. As a true chicken shit I was afraid to start this book because of the Manson reference, but boy, was I wrong! Emma Cline had me from the first page (well, the cover actually). … Continue reading The Girls – Emma Cline

The Swans of Fifth Avenue – Melanie Benjamin

Once upon a time there was a place where the socialites got up not a minute before three PM because the light was the most flattering for their complexions. That place was fifth avenue and Truman Capote was the man of the hour. When young Truman gets a ride on CBS founder William Paley's private plane … Continue reading The Swans of Fifth Avenue – Melanie Benjamin

Heroes of the Frontier – Dave Eggers

Ever since I read The Circle, Dave Eggers is one of my favourite writers. When I heard about Heroes of the Frontier I was over the moon; another few potential nights of not sleeping! Yay! Heroes of the Frontier is about Josie, mother of two little kids; Ana and Paul. Josie has had enough of … Continue reading Heroes of the Frontier – Dave Eggers