Hi! Let’s start with the basics: I’m Ani, currently 20 years old and I live in The Netherlands. My hobbies are ballroom dancing and, of course, reading. I don’t recall when my bookish addiction started, but I know that I was young (I just asked my mom and she said it started when I was almost 6 years old). I mostly read young adult fantasy books. Some of my favourites are the A Court of Thorns and Roses series, the Six of Crows duology and Vicious (I still have to read Vengeful woops). I haven’t read the Harry Potter books yet (please don’t judge me), but after doing the quiz on Pottermore over 5 times, it became pretty clear that I’m a Hufflepuff.
Welcome to my blog! I’m just getting started, so please don’t mind my rookie mistakes. Besides reviewing well-known ya books, I review e-arcs of unknown authors. I truly hope that this blog will be another way of promoting their books in the future. If you want to be notified when I post another review, make sure to subscribe!

Blog posts

Review: Renegade Queen, by R.J. Vickers

I don’t know what’s going on, but I seem to be reading lots and lots of awesome books lately. I guess I’m lucky! Renegade Queen by R.J. Vickers is definitely one of those awesome books. I was SO EXCITED for this book after the cliffhanger from Innocent Queen and Renegade Queen did not disappoint! I was sitting on the edge of my seat throughout the whole book. Renegade Queen picks up where Innocent Queen left …

Review: The Vine Eater, by Carol Beth Anderson

I don’t even know what to say. I loved loved loved the first book in The Magic Eaters Trilogy: The Frost Eater. When I got the chance to read The Vine Eater as well, I was THRILLED. And it did not disappoint at all. Wanting to keep this review spoiler-free, I’m skipping the short description of the events in this book. All I’m saying is that this book picks up exactly where The Frost Eater …

Review: Magic, by Mike Russell

Before the universe existed, there was a giant, black, upside-down top hat surrounded by empty, black nothingness. Magic follows 23-years old Charlie Watson as he writes about how magic exists. And then how it doesn’t exist. And then how it exists again. The story is narrated by Charlie himself and starts with a description of how the world was created. Magic is… different. I went into this book without any expectations and I was incredibly …


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