Ruby Red – Kerstin Gier

Title: Ruby Red Author: Kerstin Gier Publisher: Square Fish Publishing Date: May 22, 2012 Genre: Young Adult I used to be an avid reader. The books on my nightstand changed every week and the city library did not hold any new secrets to me. But somewhere in puberty it went all wrong. I valued boys over […]


Review – The Boot Camp by Kate Harisson

Seven days, Six nights, Three woman with extra heavy baggage and two ex-military men and one big, old, manor house that is everything except for what was advertised. Steph is a curvy, beautiful woman with very low self esteem, vicky is a round mum of three that won a ticket to the boot camp and […]


Review – The Girl on the Train

De gustibus et coloribus non est disputandum. There’s no arguing about tastes and colors. And that is true about a lot of popular things. Take “the girl on the train” for instance. I just ended the book and I had to put it down with a heavy “I don’t know what the fuzz is about” […]


Review – Dead girls don’t lie

What would you do if your best friend got killed over the summer? Would you look for the killer or would you just let the police do their work? What if your best friend sent you messages from beyond the grave? And what if she told you, you could not trust anybody, not even the […]


Review : Rainbow Rowell – Fangirl

  What is the point of writing a book that does not speak to the reader’s heart directly? Either it speaks to his sense of adventure or to her longing for a loving relationship, and sometimes, like Fangirl, it speaks to the scared little adolescent that is hiding behind books, a laptop and that stupid […]