Discovering one’s self can be a mess and this book speaks true to it.
I had a complicated relationship with this book.
The writing was brilliant! It was just the right amount of telling us few, but letting us know enough.
The book cover and the title was misleading. The story was underwhelming.
This book was pain and hope in one.Continue reading “Book Review: We Are the Ants (Non-Spoiler)”
The lines were impactful! It sure moved and inspired me in ways I cannot describe.
I studied senior high in a private catholic school, and this book served as a time-travelling machine going back to that time.
If I were to ask whether or not you should read this book before diving to Six of Crows, my answer would be…
I have been bookstagramming for months now and I must admit, at first I was very unfamiliar on how it works: what filters to use, the angle of the photos, and setting up a flat lay… but not anymore!
VE Schwab’s writing style was definitely a talent to live for. I will literally read anything she writes, even if it was a grocery list.