I know I haven’t reviewed anything here, but I also haven’t stopped reading. Thing is, there are many books I’ve read since my last one. Here’s a list of read books since May 3rd:
Author: Idle Smith
Bring Me Back – B. A. Paris
I have had this book on my shelf for a while, but had only the opportunity to read this year. I have a long TBR list. It’s a fast-paced thriller with short chapters that it’s possible to read in one sitting. I myself have read this within 24 hours.
Six Tudor Queens 3: Jane Seymour
The third book of Six Tudor Queen. While I enjoy this book, it got more interesting after Jane is married. This book also told the story about Anne Boleyn in the eyes of the people around her, according to Alison Weir
Salt to the Sea – Ruta Sepetys
This is the first book by Ruta Sepetys that I’ve read. Easy to read and a reminder of the tragic event of Wilhelm Gustloff. If you like a WWII novel, I bet you’ll like this one!
The Stationery Shop
This is my first read by this author. I love that this novel combined the history of Iran in 1953 without it being complicated and romance. I’m not familiar with the situation in Iran. All I could imagine is that Iran must have been a beautiful country before the religious fanatics took over the country
Six Tudor Queens 2: Anne Boleyn
This is the second book of The Six Tudor Queens series by Alison Weir. Anne Boleyn used to be my favourite until I’ve learned more about her and also until I’ve read more about Katherine of Aragon. Anne Boleyn was my favourite as I thought she was outspoken and had her own unchanging opinion, despite being Henry’s wife. But while reading the first book and this one, my opinion about her changed.
Six Tudor Queen 1: Katherine of aragon
Admit it. History lessons are often boring, right? How about a novel, based on historical facts even though it’s categorised as historical fiction? Yes, yes! I can recommend this book and I tell you why
The Perfect Prey – Helen Fields
This e-book has been left unread for quite a while since I had purchased it last year. This isn’t new, but the Dutch language version has just been released last year, and that’s why I wasn’t even aware. Although the first book in this D. I. Callanach series was impressive, this second book wasn’t as interesting as I had expected