Book Review: “Circe” by Madeline Miller

Sometimes even amongst the Gods one feels an outcast. Circe was born a Goddess never to be one of them it seems, for what she lacked in titanic cruelty and supernatural powers she made up for in an empathy alien to her kind. Maybe she was just too human, she did sound like one after…

My first #2016classics challenge selections

Classics and I have never had the greatest relationship. Not sure whether my French mother tongue has anything to do with it, but reading classics and understanding them has been a struggle in the past. However, until recently I came across one that I not only understood and read in its entirety but I also…

The Daphne du Maurier blog tour: “Jamaica Inn” review

Hello Everyone, Welcome to my tour stop on the “Daphne Du Maurier blog tour”. I hope you’ll enjoy the review :). I must say that when it comes to classics, I do not have a huge repertoire of “read” books to my name. So when the opportunity to read one presented itself, I jumped on…

Book Review: “Landline” by Rainbow Rowell

Synopsis from    Landline is the 4th novel by author Rainbow Rowell. I have had this novel on my “to read list” for a while, but I was holding out on reading it until the New Year and now have to cope with not having any new material to read by the author until she…