Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag 2019

Hey guys! Can you believe we are already halfway through the year?? It’s already Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag time! This year has been quite different from the last as I’ve been reading a lot less. Nevertheless, I’m excited to do this tag! Continue reading

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And that’s a wrap // May

Hey! How are you? I hope you’re really good. I know this wrap-up is really late. I started writing it at the beginning of June, but then exams happened and well, this was shoved from the list of priorities. Nevertheless, I’m excited to be back and tell you about May. It was a really good month for me. I went to Paris, I celebrated my birthday, and much more. Let me tell you how my reading went! Continue reading

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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