Title: Sadie Author: Courtney Summers Published: 2018 *** Gosh, this book touched me so deep. So truly beautiful it broke my heart. The prove of pure sister love. I’m far from the believe… More
Like every year I set a challenge for myself to do in the next 365 days.
I want to read 65 books, which is my Goodread challenge.
The list of goals you can see below is a way to make myself read different books. I have a problem to stick to a genre I like and to read lots and lots of books from this genre. So let’s change this. I have 21 different aims which, I hope, I will be able to cover during the year.
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Title: ‘The Dollmaker of Krakow
Author: R. M. Romero
“You can destroy a person, Karolina, but destroying their story is far more difficult. No one is ever really lost as long as their story still exist.”
Author: Stephanie Garber
A story for all of you – lovers of the magical. Book that gonna feed you starvation for magic. With every page you will go deep into the Caraval’s magic and secrets. But don’t forget:
“Before you fully enter into our world, you must remember it’s all a game. What happens beyond this gate may frighten or excite you, but don’t let any of it trick you. We will try to convince you it’s real, but all of it is a performance.”
Title: ‘The Handmaid’s tale’
Author: Margaret Atwood
“Nolite te bastardes carborundorum”
Title: A Man Called Ove
Author: Fredrik Backman
I cried my eyes out in the mid of the night. All these emotions that pinched my heart, I can barely breathe. I don”t even know what to write down here. This is a book has to be experienced, it has no logical explanation.
Author: Silène Edgar & Paul Beorn
What will happen if a letter can travel through the time?
The year is 2014, the city – Laon, France, Adrien is the typical 13-years old teenager – seized with pangs of love for his beloved Marion, overload with homeworks and chores.
The year is 1914, the place Corbeny, France. Small village within 20 kilometers distance from Laon. Hadrian is 13-years old boy, assuming the responsibility for the family farm. He lives in that dark period in our history, when not everybody can afford an education. That’s the reason why he tried to convince his father that he have to study in the big city.
Their boring daily routine will turn upside down with appearance of two letter boxes – one blue and one yellow.
Title: ‘The Nightingale’
Author: Kristin Hannah
I am speechless. I finished the book 15 minutes ago, but I am still staring in the wall and tears are falling down my cheeks. It’s been a while since I’ve been that touched by a book. This story and this two sisters turn upside down the idea of the women’s role in WWII.
Author : Deborah Moggach
First published : 1999
You probably won’t find a person who doesn’t know Kochenhof and the endless tulip fields in Holland. Today this is the country with biggest tulip production in the world. Every spring we can enjoy The Tulip Fest in Amsterdam where we can see different tulip cultivars selected there. This period in their history, to which the author take us, is extremely interesting for me in a professional way and also as a flowers lover.
Author: Dot Hutchison
Published: 2016***Usually I don’t choice book by its cover. But in this case, when I saw the book’s cover I was almost sure that I wanna read this book. The cover with its dark tones and eye catching red details is so stunning.* Then there was a brainstorming review that made me 100% sure I am gonna read this book.
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‘The Tea Rose’
Author: Jennifer Donnally
Fiona is 17 years old girl who works in Burton’s tea factory. She leads a life of Irish emigrant with her big family. There is Joe as well. The next door boy she is inlove with and also he is inlove with her since they were children. The only light in their light is their cacao box. It consist all of their savings set aside to support their dream – to have their own shop.
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