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Gulliver's Travels (2008, Vintage) 4 stars

For the last 250 years people everywhere have enjoyed reading about Lemuel Gulliver's travels in …

Nice, but more notes than pages.

4 stars

It was quite a nice book to read. It is a satire, though I am quite sure that I did not notice everything. Actually, if it weren't for the introduction and notes, I would not have recognized a lot of things. But that is probably logical, since there are more notes than pages...

reviewed Books & Bone by Veo Corva

Books & Bone (2019, Witch Key Fiction) 5 stars

A Librarians-and-Necromancy Fantasy with Small Town Charm in a City of the Dead

The others …

Incredibly written

5 stars

Books & Bone is an absolutely amazing book about a girl named Ree who lives in a necromancer city. She was the first child to grow up in Tombtown, a city for necromancers. Though she doesn't feel like one of them, she has seen what necromancy does with people, and she doesn't like that. She wants another kind of magic, thought of as fairytales.

It is just an amazing book. Every day once I started reading, it was nearly impossible to stop. There is much adventure and it is very exciting. I love the way things are written. In the end there are so much nice plot twists, I really adore that.

Tuesday I finished it. I had the book with me to school and as always I arrived half an hour too early. So I started reading. I kept reading and I had to read out aloud to prevent …

Non-Player Character (EBook, 2021, Witch Key Fiction) 5 stars

32-year old Tar feels like a Non-Player Character in their own life. They’ve been utterly …

Absolutely amazing

5 stars

Non-Player Character is an absolutely lovely book about adults who get unexpectedly teleported to a different world, where they have magic and other special abilities. It is not only about their wonderful adventure in Vanthis, but it is also about how changing your setting doesn't change you. It is about how everyone has their own difficulties and so much more. It is just an incredibly well-written book and I truly recommend you to read it if you haven't already. This might be one of the few books that I want to read a second or maybe even a third time. Maybe this has actually became one of my favourite books.