Bookish Delights

Welcome to my blog!

I have huge passion for books. My favorite genres are Young Adult and Fantasy, but I also enjoy good dystopian novels, historical fiction and European classics.
I've been reading since the age of four and books are big and important part of my life. 

 

 

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I feel safer asking this question here as opposed to twitter (which doesn't get sacrasm and where very few people seem to bot...
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The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read.
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I read this book in the long ago and far away. I was in college and had it as an assigned book. I enjoyed it at the time. We ...
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The only valid censorship of ideas is the right of people not to listen.
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A fitting finale to the Temeraire series. In many ways, satisfying even. Completion. Maybe not exactly as predicted or ev...
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The Booklikes-opoly shake-up came in just the nick of time! I was ready for a new audiobook, but a couple of days from finis...
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Re-Post of 6/16/2017 review now that there's a bookclub for series: I like Jane. I enjoy this series. I'm looking forward...
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Censorship always defeats its own purpose, for it creates, in the end, the kind of society that is incapable of exercising re...
June2017
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text: Summer books you can't miss!
Summer is coming. Now, after I've made that trying- to-be ASoIaF reference, it's time to talk about books! This time of the year is all about light. easy, enjoyable read no ...
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"Summer will soon be upon us so here are our favorite books to bring to the beach!" says Overdrive (public library ebook and ...
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When I am an old woman I shall wear purple. With a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me. Jenny Joseph Happy 85t...
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A Talent for Trickery is a historical romance with a Victorian setting (1871, I believe), and unlike many with that era's set...
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This was cute and a little bit funny, but it was also very short and it didn’t really have any substance. It was basically a...
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Back to New Fiddleham, New England with Abigail Rook and her eccentric employer, R.F. Jackaby, supernatural investigator. Fro...