Book Review contemporary Literary Fiction

Beartown by Fredrik Backman – Book Review

I read this book last year and have put off writing a review because I find myself incapable of capturing what Beartown truly made me feel. It’s hard to write a comprehensive review that will give proper justice to this book, but I will do my best to do so. Reading Beartown was an experience. […]

Monthly Wrap Up

July 2022 Wrap-Up

You’re probably wondering why I’m writing about my July wrap-up when it’s already September. If you’ve read my last wrap-up post, I talked briefly about how busy and overwhelming life has been lately. Life continues to be so, especially that I have now officially joined the thirties club. There’s a lot on my mind lately […]

Book Review Fiction

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman – Book Review

Last summer, I happen to discover Fredrik Backman’s work for the first time when I read Anxious People. That book is a masterpiece in my opinion, and I immediately just wanted to read all his other novels after. I read A Man Called Ove next which is probably his most popular work. It has already […]

Book Review Humour

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman – Book Review

In the summer of 2021, I started to get back into reading again. I’ve been on a long reading slump prior to that, and I was just in a phase where I was still trying to figure out what genre of books I actually like. Coincidentally, someone in my neighbourhood started a book club and […]