• review: romanov by nadine brandes

    Jasmin May 13, 2019

    The bond of our hearts spans miles, memory, and time. I must say that I have never been particularly interested in history when it was a subject in school. Pushing through historical facts was something I found rather boring. Historical books were also something I…

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  • review: the priory of the orange tree by samantha shannon

    Jasmin May 2, 2019

    We may be small, and we may be young, but we will shake the world for our beliefs. The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon has been highly demanded by readers all over the world since its announced release. A new high fantasy…

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  • review: the oddling prince by nancy springer

    Jasmin April 9, 2018

    What is a friend? Troth without end. A light in the eyes, a touch of the hand – I would follow you even to Death’s dark strand. A medieval Celtic kingdom – which is normally isolated and has to fear only occasional revolts by one…

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  • review: big water by andrea curtis

    Jasmin March 24, 2018

    Thinking about facing one’s fate head on is perfectly fine when it’s theoretical, distant, a glimmer of an idea, not even the idea itself. A heavily laden ship with flimsy lifeboats and panicked passengers in heavy waters – the perfect foundation for a heart wrenching…

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  • review: norse mythology by neil gaiman

    Jasmin June 15, 2017

    The Norse myths are the myths of a chilly place, with long, long winter nights and endless summer days, myths of a people who did not entirely trust or even like their gods, although they respected and feared them. This is a spoiler-free review which…

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