Wednesday, 4 July 2012


I have lived a thousand lives.

I was once a boy wizard, chosen to save the world from evil. I was a fearless warrior graced with survival. I was a teenage girl who suffered from cancer. As a young girl, I've lived in Nazi Germany. Once, I received a golden ticket that granted me entry to the best chocolate factory in the world. I was a son of a God. I once went to a school for spies. I've been a necromancer and a faerie, a doctor and a murderer, a princess and a pauper. I have lost count of all the times I've saved the world from certain doom, without the population's knowledge. I have made many choices, have been given innumerable second chances. I have done many things, some I am not proud of. I've traveled across great distances, space and even time itself. I have died many times, and reborn many more.

Stories create passages for readers, like me and a million others, to delve into different worlds, to live different lives, to escape reality.

I love reading YA fiction the most, but I occasionally enjoy adult and children's fiction novels once in a while. When it comes to YA fiction, I have an eclectic taste, from chick lit to dystopian and from suspense to adventure.
This blog will mostly be filled of reviews and ramblings about literature and other relate, sometimes unrelated, things.


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