Tunnel of Bones – Victoria Schwab

Tunnel of Bones – Victoria Schwab

Anything Victoria Schwab touches turns to instant magic. Tunnel of Bones was a delight to read and I preferred this (maybe slightly) more than City of Ghosts, but perhaps that’s just because I’m already used to the characters and didn’t have to get to know them all over again. The book made me want to drive to Paris and watch a ghost show or two (and I might even do the ghost tour part when I’m in Paris at the end of October).
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Comeback: A K-pop Novel – Lyn Ashwood & Rachel Rose

Comeback: A K-pop Novel – Lyn Ashwood & Rachel Rose

If you’re a sucker for sweet romances and are curious about Asian culture, do yourself a favour and pick up this book!

I’m the first to admit that I am usually pretty picky when it comes to reading self-published novels, so I tried to lower my expectations when I got into this. But believe me, I really didn’t have to! Read more

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Pumpkinheads – Rainbow Rowell

Pumpkinheads – Rainbow Rowell

A graphic novel set in a pumpkin patch on Halloween night, where we follow two best friends on a mission to find true love & snacks? You can count on me wanting to read this the moment it was released! 

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A Year of Opportunities Ahead

The last month before the start of the new year, is always a busy one. Especially this year, as the NEWTs (Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests had to be taken). I, of course, knew that the NEWTs would be right before the start of the new school year and it would be extremely busy, but I tried my hardest to pass the necessary exams, to become my preferred profession after graduating Hogwarts.

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The End of an Adventure

There’s nothing more exciting than landing in a new city, your head swirling with anticipation, ideas and recommendations.

On June 7th, 2015, I, therefore, decided to pack my bags and travel to Lisbon, Portugal, and start a new life, a new job and leave behind the Netherlands. Only 11 months later, I decided to move again and continue my journey towards Dublin, Ireland, where I’ve spent 3 years, 3 months and 11 days of my life. I had my ups and downs, but all in all, I’ve learned to love the country, the people and the friends I’ve made along the way.

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