What I’m reading in March 2022: climate fiction, stories from 1960s Transylvania, and a longlisted book for Women’s Prize for Fiction

In the past month, reading fiction felt like a much-needed escape from the real world. However, focusing on something else than reading the news from Ukraine was tough ... so the 2 books I managed to read are a real achievement! Let's get the sharing started!

Survival and connection of endangered horses and endangered people : The Last Wild Horses by Maja Lunde (book review)

Climate fiction, a genre I've recently discovered, quickly became one of my favourite tools to raise awareness about climate change. In this respect I'm following with great interest Maja Lunde, the Norwegian author of the Climate Quartet series (my series spotlight post). So you can imagine my excitement when I saw on Edelweiss that her … Continue reading Survival and connection of endangered horses and endangered people : The Last Wild Horses by Maja Lunde (book review)

My most anticipated book releases of 2022

2022 comes with so many amazing new books! Here I am sharing which are the five stories to be published in 2022 that I am super excited to read πŸ™‚ The Last Wild Horses by Maja Lunde I've been waiting for this book with so so much enthusiasm! The Last Wild Horses is part of … Continue reading My most anticipated book releases of 2022

Before and after the water crisis hits the Earth: The End of the Ocean by Maja Lunde (book review)

More than one year ago I read my first climate fiction book - The History of Bees by Maja Lunde. Ever since I've been (not so) patiently waiting for the release of the second book of the series - The End of the Ocean. Read it, loved it, ready to share my thoughts with you!

What I’m reading in July 2021: dystopia, dystopia, dystopia … and a bit of fantasy

July is here! It's a time of celebrations - my birthday and our wedding anniversary are the highlights of the month πŸ₯³ Plus the excitement of the upcoming summer holiday in August β˜€οΈ  Let's get to the bookish side of life! July seems to be all about dystopian stories, with a touch of fantasy. Finishing … Continue reading What I’m reading in July 2021: dystopia, dystopia, dystopia … and a bit of fantasy

Dystopia – my favourite genre?! 10 dystopian books I read

Margaret Atwood said that dystopian stories are like a signpost saying "bad future ahead if you go this way" - I love this metaphor! And dystopia seems to be one of my favourite genres, based on my recent reads. Here are 10 dystopian books that I enjoyed reading, in a random-aesthetically-pleasing order πŸ™‚