The Ultimate Lost in Translation Battle: German vs. Danish Book Titles (featuring Line @First Line Reader)

"Im Winter meines siebzehnten Lebensjahres kam meine Mutter zu dem Schluss, dass ich Depressionen hatte, wahrscheinlich weil ich kaum das Haus verließ, viel Zeit im Bett verbrachte, immer wieder dasselbe Buch las, wenig aß und einen großen Teil meiner reichlichen Zeit damit verbrachte, über den Tod nachzudenken." First line in Das Schicksal ist ein mieser … Continue reading The Ultimate Lost in Translation Battle: German vs. Danish Book Titles (featuring Line @First Line Reader)

My Very Spoilery Thoughts on A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

Warning: In addition to loads of spoilers, mature content, and highly inappropriate language, this review includes a whole bunch of opinions that might be offensive to people who really love this series. So read at your own risk! Don’t say I didn’t warn you. “The black water nipping at her thrashing heels was freezing.” A … Continue reading My Very Spoilery Thoughts on A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

Shadow and Bone – My Thoughts on the Netflix Series (With Spoilers!!)

Happy Friday, everyone! My week has been an absolute whirlwind, so sorry if I've been a bit absent these past few days! I finally started coding for my thesis, have a video project due in my Russian class, and on top of that, I'm currently in the middle of moving. I've been thinking about getting … Continue reading Shadow and Bone – My Thoughts on the Netflix Series (With Spoilers!!)

Book Review: How to Think Like Shakespeare by Scott Newstok

** DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Nevertheless, all opinions presented here are my own. ** “My conviction is that education must be about thinking – not training a specific set of skills.” Normally, I’m extremely picky when it comes to accepting review requests. What with one … Continue reading Book Review: How to Think Like Shakespeare by Scott Newstok