I have never being a history or social studies kind of guy. All these facts, dates, and events that molded society and the world hundreds of years ago haven't been in my interest while growing up... - I mean it sounds so boring, right? - However, I was the kind of guy that extremally loved… Continue reading “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind” by Yuval Noah Harari is all I needed to change my career
Hello, again book royalists! Another book review overdue! I am just going to say that I love taking notes and pretty much write the review on a note on my phone, it makes it easier at the time to finally translate it here! I have had this review on the draft for so long so… Continue reading “She was extremely smart, and now she was just a mother” ― We Were Mothers ― Katie Sise
Before we start mentioning all the wonders about this book, I want to apologize for all of those book worms who don't speak Spanish because they are missing one of the biggest mysteries and police crime novels that I have read this year or even in my entire life. All empathy aside, “El Silencio de… Continue reading (English) El silencio de la ciudad blanca ― Eva García Sáenz ― Why did I miss this for so long?
Lately, I have read and listened to multiple conspiratory theories about "ebooks dying", so I wanted to ask around if people thought that it was true or not. Happily, I got some reassurance that we are good and that ebooks are still a thing. (Thank God because I have like 55 yet to read). Then,… Continue reading Not so good arguments on why paper books are better than ebooks
From the exotic lands of Australia to England, Traveller Inceptio moves cross time and land. As a group of students discovered by mistake a time machine, they struggled to decide what to do with it since it only sends you 1000 years in the past. While they test the machine with themselves and other items,… Continue reading Indie Review: Traveller Inceptio by Rob Rob Shackleford
Hello book royalist! I am not sure if you all know this… but I made a huge discovery! In Goodreads! that if you don’t have me there, this is your chance to add me! I swear that I am fun! Or at least I am trying to be! XD So, all introductions apart! I have… Continue reading How to change the edition on Goodreads?
Hello book royalist! I am not sure if you all know this... but I made a huge discovery! In Goodreads! that if you don't have me there, this is your chance to add me! I swear that I am fun! Now, I was suffering like everybody else because I got into some books... and I… Continue reading How to have a DNF shelf on goodreads without altering your read shelf
Hello book royalist! I am here setting in my room looking at the shelves that I have full of books... but the ones that are yelling my name! and jumping off my shelf... should I be worried that they are doing that? is my room hunted?... any way.... leaving all the hunting aside... those that… Continue reading Which book from Book of the Month should I read next?
Gin Phillips takes the reader over a harmless safari and then she plunges them into the jaws of despair and endurance. - Inkish Kingdoms Phillips writes this amazing story where a mother and her 4-year old child go to the Zoo for a regular day of learning and enjoyment without knowing that they will end… Continue reading Fierce Kingdom ― Gin Phillips ―”They sound like young, obnoxious white men—aren’t they always young white men?”
Funny? Yes… Scary? Not at all. McBride did a really nice job adapting the typical “scary movie” characters (werewolves, vampires, necromancers, dragons) into "harmless" and fantastic beings. They are not exactly the kind of creatures that would hound you down and eat you - unless that you provoke that need on them. It is impossible… Continue reading Hold Me Closer Necromancer ― Lish McBride ― “I hated whoever woke me up. Had they come an hour earlier, I would have also hated their families and any household pets.”