Question: Where did February go? This month has just flown by. I haven’t spent the amount of time reading that I would’ve liked to, but the audiobook saved me. I have spent time on campus, group works, tutor training, summer job applications, travelling to and from my boyfriends place… It has been a hectic month. On top of that I had some motivational struggles in the … Continue reading March 2017 TBR
So… I did what you shouldn’t do. I went to a second hand bookstore. I didn’t plan on buying anything, I just heard about it and wanted to check it out. So I went there, found the English section, and I was mesmerised. Books for only a couple of euros!
I did restrict myself, and they didn’t have much in the fantasy section (especially not first books in a series). But these are the books I bought:
Chocolat by Joanne Harris
Price: 2.50 €
I have seen this movie so many times, and I cannot get enough of it. It is a beautiful story, with a wonderful pacing. A woman arriving in a small French village and opening a chocolaterie. To do this during Lent is seen a a threat to the good population of the village, and her different view of the world something inappropriate. This story, at least the movie, has left me thinking. I really hope the book lives up to the movie.
Thank you so much Sophie from Blame It On Chocolate for this nomination! This award really warms my heart ♡ If you also feel like blaming it on chocolate you should definitely follow her! I know I do 😉
Once again, thank you! This means a lot to me. And to show how much it means, I will now do the things I’m supposed to, starting with the rules…
Season 2! Here it is 😀
I have to be honest and say that this episode isn’t one of my favourites. It didn’t bring mush to the story and was just very basic. However, it is a fun watch with a lot of humour.
The Crimson Campaign by Brian McClellan My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book is so close to amazing it can get! But I didn’t want to give it 5 stars, since The Autumn Republic probably will blow my mind! Oh my expectations are high. Thank you Goodreads for recommending me this series. I didn’t know what I was in for, but I don’t regret … Continue reading The Crimson Campaign