Frankenstein – book review

Frankenstein – book review
I suppose most of you, if not all, will know Frankenstein’s story. It is one of the most important gothic horror novels ever written that also tells a timeless story. It is a gothic horror novel written by Mary Shelley. It is a classic novel which is well-known for many by the multiple cinematographic and ...

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March reading Wrap Up

March reading Wrap Up
Today I’m sharing with you something new, my very first Wrap up! Let me explain it for those of you who don’t know what a Wrap up is: it is a shot sumary of all the books read during a given period of time, in this case the month of March. I leave down here ...

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#quarantinewithPoe

#quarantinewithPoe
Today I tell you about my first read along on instagram, #quarantinewithPoe, which consisted of reading a Poe story or poem every day. I am not going to explain more about the challenge because I already told you about it here. The challenge is over and it’s time for a review about it. I am ...

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Homeland – book review

Homeland – book review
The Dark Elf trilogy is a fantasy saga with quite a lot of fame and supporters that, for some strange reason, I had never read. Jon had been very insistent that I should read it, and during this quarantine I finally read the first book, Homeland.   Synopsis The dark elves parted ways with their ...

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HEX – book review

HEX – book review
Today have here the video-review of the Dutch horror novel HEX. This book has been causing a furor in the social networks for the last months and, the truth is that it does not surprise me at all! It is a very intense and stressful novel in which terror comes from the human beings rather ...

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God Omens: book vs series

God Omens: book vs series
Almost a year ago Amazon Prime premiered this series. Surely you have heard of it because it had a spectacular jerk. It’s called Good Omens, but did you know that it is based on a novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett? In this video I make a comparison between the book and the series, ...

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