If Stoker’s Dracula fascinated you, you’re not the only one. Vampire stories have a way of capturing the reader’s attention (which is why this isn’t the first time we’ve written about vampire books!)
If you don’t want to stop reading vampire stories at this ultimate classic, here are three excellent reads you can continue your quest with: Continue reading “3 books to read if you enjoyed Stoker’s Dracula”
Elf on a mission
Historian elf Brangwain Spurge has a very clear mission. He must travel to the land of goblins and present their King with a mighty present. But there’s a catch : the king is a dark, mysterious alien.
Goblin archivist Werfel has his own mission. He is Spurge’s host, and he’s determined to please his guest and assist him in any way possible. Continue reading “Elves, Goblins, and all kinds of madness: The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But even if this is an exaggeration, it is definitely a period with more time off. And that can only mean more reading for the bookworms!
So, here are 5 books we enjoyed lately. They are well-written, attention-grasping, and absolutely worth your time! Continue reading “5 books to help you unwind on the Holidays”
Meet Cason and Davis
Cason Martin is a teenager with high ambitions. She is one of the finest ballerinas, and one day she is going to be the best there is. But things start to change when Cason, for the sake of an audition, hides a painful injury. As her knee snaps, things start to go downhill. Cason is diagnosed with cancer, and her life changes dramatically. Continue reading “Dreams shattered and lives regained: Brave Enough, by Kati Gardner”
A woman is dead. And a Corset is to blame.
Ruth is in prison for murder. But it is the way in which she causes people’s deaths that is chilling: the teenage seamstress says she does it all with a needle and some thread. Her dark thoughts and anger, she claims, are sewn into the clothes she makes. And people who wear her clothes soon meet their untimely end. Continue reading “Victorian thrillers: The Corset, by Laura Purcell”
X and Zoe are in the brink of darkness.
The two of them live worlds apart. That is not an exaggeration. X is a prisoner of the Lowlands, and will be so for the rest of his existence. Zoe lives a normal life in Montana. But neither of them is happy as long as they aren’t together. This time, X has a plan. And it is not a very solid one. Continue reading “The Brink Of Darkness, by Jeff Giles”
Violet North is brilliant. She is also inconvenient to her family.
Abandoned in a small house and left to fend for herself, no one expected that she would become a resourceful, fierce person, and the creator of a massively successful book series. But that is not the most important part of her story; that part will come when a stranger and a dog come to stand at her door. Continue reading “Moments that define us: The map of us”
Frankie’s life has turned flat- and books are her only consolation.
Yes, she has a job she loves at her best friend’s bookstore. But her love life has never been the same ever since Ads left her almost three years ago. She has also stopped writing since her second book was rated horribly by critics. Let’s just say that she’s not living her best life right now.
But just as she started to feel like this will be her life from now on, a gorgeous man steps into the bookstore. But, alas! He heads towards the YA novels: the one genre Frankie finds horrible. Among sweet coincidences and hilarious situations, Frankie and Sunny will come closer together. Continue reading “The Book Ninja”
Virginia’s universe is expanding
It has been a few months since teenager Virginia decided that her life will change for the better. She thinks that she’s more confident about her appearance now. She also has a boyfriend (yes, it’s official!), Froggy, and the family problems revolving around her brother’s “ordeal” seem to belong to the past.
But what if this kind of life isn’t what she wants anymore?
What if her feelings for Froggy have faded away? Even her parents constantly try to put her on a diet and urge her to lose weight. If everyone thinks that way about her and she breaks up with Froggy, will she ever find another person that likes her again? And then there’s Sebastian: that smart, adorable geek she met one day by chance, making her life exciting again! Continue reading “The Universe Is Expanding, And So Am I”
Can distance stop two people from being in love?
Cecilie meets Hector in a chat room dedicated to their favorite band. The bond is instant. With humor and light-hearted flirting, it doesn’t take long for them to realize they are each other’s soul mates. The time they chat grows longer, their feelings deeper. There are just two problems: the distance between them is 9000 km; and most importantly, Hector is already in a relationship with another woman. Continue reading “Against all odds: The Distance, by Zoe Folbigg”