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Ery-chan
You can tell the TV season is over because I'm reading a book after another...
Truth is, I just want to read as much as I can before the husband gets here, because I know, that for these 2 weeks we're going to be together, I'll be spend all my time doing fun stuff with him... Then I'll have 2 more weeks of loneliness and then BACK TO ITALY (where he's based now) for a couple of months! YAY, I'll be able to see my family, my friends, and I'll have my hubby with me every day after 5 pm! I can't wait... I love Florida but I don't have a real life here yet. I lived and worked on the water, constantly moving for 4 years, and now that I stopped I finally feel like I can start live a real life again but these past few months have been complicated... it's difficult to go out and meet new people when you know your time is limited and after all you're still a sort of gipsy. I just have to get over it I guess... Next year will be different.

But this is a book review post, so let's talk about the book!





The Miniaturist

Originally published: 2014
Author: Jessie Burton
Genres: Historical Drama
(reading time: May 31 - Jun 3)
★★★★½
400 pages in 2 days... I just couldn't bring myself to put this book down, I needed to know what would have happened to Nella, Johannes and Marin.

It's difficult to talk about this book without revealing too much, so I won't try to... If you want to read this review be aware it will contain spoilers.
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Can't wait for it... I hope it'll come out soon even if the last news is dated Jan 2015... and I can't wait for Burton's next novel!

P.S. I should make myself an icon more book related... This thing is driving me insane! :D
 
 
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