"So, a useful mental imagery to have in your head is: would this still be sexy if Wormtail from Harry Potter was doing it?" Now, I was raised in a household where talking about sex, sexuality and all things around it never were thought of as taboo. When I was 12 and I thought it… Continue reading Review: Doing It! by Hannah Witton
“Think … the greater danger for most of us is not in aiming too high and falling short, but in aiming too low and hitting the mark.” As a fanatic of both books and art, I couldn´t really imagine a book more fitting than this one. Oil and Marble is a novel about two of… Continue reading Review: Oil and Marble by Stephanie Storey
Is the 8th too late for a "beginning of the month" tag? Nah... right? Anyways, hello my lovelies! I´m back, with something else but a review! Exam season has been keeping me from being able to write much else for you but now summer´s here and I´m getting my inspiration back to work on my… Continue reading May Wrap-up and June TBR!
"To many, I was myth incarnate, the embodiment of a most superb legend, a fairy tale. Some considered me a monster, a mutation. To my great misfortune, I was once mistaken for an angel." This is one of those books that I think most people either hate or love. For me, I can´t decide which… Continue reading Review: The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton
Imagine having visions every time you touch someone. Imagine seeing a fractal, a mathematical pattern that somehow reveals a person's deepest and darkest secrets as soon as you pick up their jacket. Then imagine finding the one person ever who doesn´t cause that reaction. "I envy how touch is, for most people, as easy as… Continue reading Review: Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant
"For a moment, I let myself see past the glamour that concealed the tattoo on my right hand and forearm. The markings of my true heart. My true title. High Lady of the Night Court." It´s stunning. I don´t know what more to say. I´ve been putting off writing this review for a week now… Continue reading Review: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas
(this review will contain spoilers for the entire play) As a woman, as a feminist and as a believer in equality it truly pains me to have to admit I find some of the themes from this play still in existence today. The play was originally written over a hundred years ago by a man… Continue reading Review: Miss Julie by August Strindberg