Why LA Pourquoi Paris? Book Review

What’s up readers? It’s the 14th day of Blogtober! If you don’t know what Blogtober is, it is a series I am conducting that starts from the first of October where in I post on my blog everyday until Halloween.​ πŸŽƒπŸ“–πŸπŸ“šπŸƒπŸ‚β€ Book Depository  Synopsis:  Why LA, Pourquoi Paris? represents a visionary approach to a comparative…

Beginning French by les AmΓ©ricains Book Review

Synopsis: The trouble started when their dream came true. First they took French. Then they took leave of their senses. They bought a 400-year-old cottage in rural France from an ad on the Internet. Their β€œcompletely restored” farmhouse certainly looked charming, but the pool leaked, the walls cracked, and the electricity fizzled whenever they switched…

Book Review: Counting Wolves by Michael F. Stewart

Hey! Ho! What’s up readers? I’m back with another book review! πŸ˜„ “There once was a girl named Milly who was the wolf’s coveted meal. Whose father left her in the clutches of an evil stepmother. Whose stepmother imprisoned her with monsters.” Book Details:  Format Paperback | 226 pages Dimensions 133.1 x 202.95 x 12.95mm | 263.08g Publication…

Book Review: All Things New by Lauren Miller

Hi readers! How have you been? I’ve been busy lately and haven’t posted for a while but I’m back now with another book review! 😊     Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Jessa Gray has always felt broken inside, but she’s gotten very good at hiding it. No one at school knows about the panic attacks, the therapy that…

Book Review: A Short Border Handbook by Gazmend Kapllani

“Before being built on the ground, borders and walls are erected in our minds and souls.” Synopsis:   After spending his childhood and school years in Albania, imagining that the miniskirts and game shows of Italian state TV were the reality of life in the West, and fantasizing accordingly about living on the other side…