Goodreads recently announced the winners of the goodreads choice awards 2017 so I decided to take a look at the winner and chose books for my TBR. I rarely read books at the time they come out because it is really difficult for me to find them where I live. With so many books I… Continue reading Goodreads 2017 choice awards to my TBR
Original Title: The giver Author:Lois Lowry Genre: Young adult dystopian This book is part of a quadrology called the giver quartet.The other books being Gathering Blue , Messenger and Son Goodreads synopsis Twelve-year-old Jonas lives in a seemingly ideal world. Not until he is given his life assignment as the Receiver does he begin to understand the dark secrets behind… Continue reading Reading Time: The giver
Last month I read a book for one of my classes, it was a historical fiction novel. Since I now lots of people generally have reding as an assignment i'll share some tips that helped me. First you should ask to your teacher how he/she is going to evaluate the assignment, sometimes you'll have to… Continue reading How to: Reading assignments
Last weekend was my local book fair and I was happy because is like a mini-christmas for me.Sad thing is that I couldn't attend any panels or QAs with some authors (to be honest they rarely bring any international authors so I think I didn't missed much ). We went as a family (we always… Continue reading Book fair!(mini book haul)
It's been ages since I posted a book review, I literally spent all the month of september reading this book. I have quite a lot to say about it but first basic facts: Original title:El hombre que amaba a los perros Author: Leonardo Padura Genre: Historical fiction Goodreads synopsis The story revolves around Iván Cárdenas Maturell, who… Continue reading Reading time: The man who loved dogs
I haven't post a bookish post in a while and it seemed fair to explain why. I chose a 700+ book for a class to read and plus my recently busy schedule I don't have time to read other book. I am not the kind of person that can read multiple bookstore at once, I… Continue reading Book update
Last month in my language class(equivalent to an English class I think?) the teacher announced us that we were going to read a book (a historical novel) for class and the general response was a sad: Nooooooo.... :(. It amazed me a bit because we are college students, by this point I thought they already… Continue reading Is it good to be obliged to read in school?