February wrap-up // amazing but little reading

I’m posting this before the middle of March. Win! Anyway, today I’m wrapping up the month of February. It was a great month personally. I did a lot of fun things and went outside of my comfort zone several times! Reading and blogging wise, it wasn’t the best month though. Oh well, this is still a hobby, isn’t it? Let’s get into this wrap-up! Continue reading

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The Solitude of Prime Numbers by Paolo Giordano

Today I will write a good old book review. I’ll give you my spoiler-free thoughts on The Solitude of Prime Numbers. Let’s get started!

6613956Goodreads / Amazon blurb:

A prime number is a lonely thing. It can only be divided by itself or by one, and it never truly fits with another. Alice and Mattia are both “primes”-misfits haunted by early tragedies. When the two meet as teenagers, they recognize in each other a kindred, damaged spirit. Years later, a chance encounter reunites them and forces a lifetime of concealed emotion to the surface. But can two prime numbers ever find a way to be together? A brilliantly conceived and elegantly written debut novel, The Solitude of Prime Numbers is a stunning meditation on loneliness, love, and what it means to be human.

Content warning: eating disorder, self-harm, homophobia, discrimination based on mental health,… (These are the ones I can remember.)


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