May Wrap-up

Usually I don’t have a reading schedule, I read what I feel like. May was no different, I wanted to read more of the Harry Potter books and read something I’ve heard of before. Here’s what I read in May:

Warcross was the first book I read this month, I had heard many good things about so I decided to read it. It surely didn’t disappoint!

I’ve never been a fan of high tech worlds like the society in this book, but when I read Warcross the topic didn’t get boring at all.

Rating: 4,75

The plot in this book was caught my interest very quick. I liked it but it wasn’t really the best Harry Potter book so far, it was just too long and I whished to hear more about Ron. I loved reading about the Weasley twins in this book, though. They were amazing!

Rating: 4,25

I re-read this book this month and it was as good as the first time. I love it so much, I love Po and his questions, Katsa and her stubbornness and how fun this book was to read.

I remember thinking the first time I read this book that there were too many names to remember. In the beginning it got very hard to remember everyone.

Rating: 5

This must be one of the best books I’ve ever read, it never got boring to read or too much. I loved the characters and to follow Bitterblues life almost ten years after her father was killed.

Rating: 5

There were characters in this book that I’ll always love. The book was a great sequel, I got my answers but there were still things that she left. I liked it very much even though everything happened very fast, it was intense.

Rating: 4,25

Re-read this one too (May was a month of re-reading, I’d say) since I totally fell in love with it last year when I first read it. The whole world, the language, the plot and how things were described.

This book hasn’t been translated to English (yet?) but I really hope it’ll be very soon.

Rating: 5


As you can see, I read a lot of fantasy this month. I’m planning June (and the rest of the summer) to be filled with series and books from authors I’ve never read anything by.

Click here to go to the book reviews of these books.

Odin’s Child – Siri Pettersen

Sadly this book hasn’t been translated to English, which I hope will change soon.

Tyvärr finns inte denna bok översatt till engelska, vilket är väldigt synd och jag hoppas att det blir ändring på detta snart.

I read this book last summer and fell so hard for it! The characters, their mistakes, what they learned, the plot, everything! Reading this book didn’t only teach me a lot and was a reading experience I won’t forget, it also gave me a feeling of myself. I saw myself in Rime when he chose to be a warrior instead of being a politician. He seeked freedom, as we all do.

Hirka was a great character to follow through the book. I understood her and learned from her. Her life had a kind of simplicity (well, the fact that she was an odin’s child didn’t make it easy for her) and she was so independent. Yes, as you can see, I love the world Siri Pettersen created. I mean, Rime? He’s so unique and I just love everything about him!

In the beginning of this book when I read from Urd Vanfarinns perspective it got a little boring. He wasn’t very interesting of a character but the story of the book got clearer when I got to see things from his side.

I could talk all day about how much I love this book, but I’m not going to do that. But. I have to say that Siri Pettersen is making it very hard not to read the two following parts of this book at once, even though I’ve already read them. I miss Rime and his unique way of looking at things, I miss how determined Hirka is.


Favorite character: Rime An-Elderin

Original title: Odinsbarn

Original language: Norwegian

Rating: 5

Goodreads rating: 4,17


Läste denna bok sommaren 2019 och föll så hårt för den! Karaktärerna, världen, misstagen, lärdomarna, handlingen, allt! Att läsa denna bok gav mig inte bara lärdom och en läsupplevelse jag sent kommer glömma, utan också en stark känsla av igenkänning. Jag såg mig själv i Rime när han valde stridskonsten över politiken. Han sökte frihet, som vi alla gör.

Hirka var en bra karaktär att följa. Man satte sig in i hennes historia och levnadssätt, förstod henne och lärde sig av henne. Hennes liv hade en typ av enkelhet (bortsett från faktumet att hon var ett odinsbarn, förstås) och var så självständig. Ja, du hör ju, jag älskar världen Siri Pettersen skapat.

I början av boken tyckte jag att det var oklart vad ”famna” betydde, det gjorde historien lite luddig tills man förstod. Kanske var det tänk så, att man skulle behöva läsa mer för att förstå? När man läste ur Urd Vanfarinns perspektiv blev det aningen långtråkigt, han var inte en sådan intressant karaktär, men det gav ändå en intressant syn på boken. Det blev lite enklare att förstå vissa saker även om han var en tråkig person.

Egentligen skulle jag kunna prata hur länge som helst om hur mycket jag älskar och uppskattar denna bok, men det tänker jag inte göra. Dock ska jag säga att det blir himla svårt för mig att inte läsa de två återstående delarna i serien efter att ha läst denna, även fast jag redan läst dem en gång. Jag saknar redan Rimes unika sätt att se på saker och Hirkas beslutsamhet.

Wildcard – Marie Lu

Goodreads synopsis: Emika Chen barely made it out of the Warcross Championships alive. Now that she knows the truth behind Hideo’s new NeuroLink algorithm, she can no longer trust the one person she’s always looked up to, who she once thought was on her side.

Determined to put a stop to Hideo’s grim plans, Emika and the Phoenix Riders band together, only to find a new threat lurking on the neon-lit streets of Tokyo. Someone’s put a bounty on Emika’s head, and her sole chance for survival lies with Zero and the Blackcoats, his ruthless crew. But Emika soon learns that Zero isn’t all that he seems–and his protection comes at a price.

Caught in a web of betrayal, with the future of free will at risk, just how far will Emika go to take down the man she loves?

Hi! I read the second book in the Warcross series this weekend; Wildcard. This book was very good, I didn’t get disappointed at all. First of all: I completly loved Hammie, she was so wonderful to know more about and I just fell in love with how she thinks. I mean, I wouldn’t dare play chess against her.

One of my other favorite characters was Tremaine, he was just unique and I really trusted him throughout the book. More about him will you find in my review with spoilers.

This book was intense, everything happened so fast and sometimes I didn’t understand what was going on. A lot happened and parts of it was hard to get. That was one of the few things I didn’t like about Wildcard.

The mind can make you believe whatever it wants you to believe.

Every problem has a solution. But after every solution, there’s a new problem to tackle, some new challenge to take on.


Review with spoilers

When Tremaine was shot and Emika thought he was dead, it felt very wrong. I didn’t know what to do, he was a big part of the book to me and reading it without him was unthinkable. I think one of the reasons it felt so wrong was because how he and Roshan obsiously hadn’t sorted out their past, they did mean a whole lot to each other but didn’t want to admit it. I wanted them to forgive each other or whatever they needed before Tremaine was allowed to leave the book.

Hideo was kinda hard to understand in this book, he was unpredictable. I was always on the watch when he was mentioned. It felt sad how he thought he was doing the right thing by trying to take over the entire world after his brother disappeared.


Favorite character: Tremaine

Original title: Wildcard

Release year: 2018

My rating: 4,25

Goodreads rating: 3,99


Hejsan! I helgen har jag läst den andra delen i Warcrossserien: Wildcard. Denna bok var väldigt bra, jag blev inte det minsta besviken. Bland annat älskade jag Hammie, hon var så underbar att få läsa mer om och jag kunde inte låta bli att avundas hennes schackhjärna! Hennes lösningsbenägenhet, vänlighet och hennes energi var unikt att läsa om.

En av mina andra favoritkaraktärer var Tremaine, han var bara så intressant och mystisk. Jag visste inte riktigt vad jag skulle tänka om honom, ändå litade jag verkligen på honom genom hela boken. Mer om honom längre ner i recensionen med spoilers.

Denna bok var väldigt intensiv, allt skedde så snabbt att jag inte alltid hängde med. Det hände mycket, ibland så mycket att det inte gick att förstå. Det var en liten nackdel, men handlingen i övrigt var underbar!


Recension med spoilers

När Tremaine blev skjuten och jag trodde att han dött kändes det väldigt fel. Jag visste inte vad jag skulle ta mig till, han var en stor del av boken för mig och det blev lite otänkbart att han inte skulle finnas med längre. Jag tror att en av anledningarna till att det kändes så fel var för att han var oavslutad, han och Roshan hade uppenbarligen inte rätt ut deras förflutna och man förstod hur mycket de betydde för varandra.

Hideo var ganska svår att förstå sig på i denna bok, han var oförutsägbar. Jag var alltid på min vakt med honom efter att han i första boken gjort något så oförutsägbart som försökt ta kontrollen över hela världen.

WWW Wednesday!

Hi! Today I’m trying something different, I will talk about what books I’ve recently read, will read and what I’m currently reading. This challenge is hosted by this blog Let’s start!

The tree w’s are:

  1. What did you recently finish reading?
  2. What are you currently reading?
  3. What will you read next?

Recently read: I finished re-reading and reviewed one of my absolute favorite books two (or three?) days ago; Bitterblue written by Kristin Cashore. This book is amazing and I love it.

Currently reading: I’m currently re-reading one of my other favorites from last year; Odin’s Child written by the norwegian author Siri Pettersen. This book is very special to me.

I’m so sorry but I couldn’t find a picture of this book in English.

Currently reading: I’m also reading a book I got yesterday, a book I’ve wanted to read for some weeks now; Wildcard by one of my favorite authors Marie Lu. So far this book is very good!

Will read: I’ve never really had plans for what books I’ll read next, but this time I do. When I’ve finished Wildcard I’ll read The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes written by the famous author of The Hunger Games. This is prequel of the trilogy and I can’t wait to read it! (it was released yesterday!)

Another book I can’t wait to read is Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston. I’ve waited for it for weeks but sadly it’s stuck somewhere so I’ve got to wait to read it. There are so many great things said about this book and I really hope it’ll be as good as I’ve heard.

Bitterblue – Kristin Cashore

Goodreads synopsis: Eight years have passed since the young Princess Bitterblue, and her country, were saved from the vicious King Leck. Now Bitterblue is the queen of Monsea, and her land is at peace.

But the influence of her father, a violent psychopath with mind-altering abilities, lives on. Her advisers, who have run the country on her behalf since Leck’s death, believe in a forward-thinking plan: to pardon all of those who committed terrible acts during Leck’s reign; and to forget every dark event that ever happened. Monsea’s past has become shrouded in mystery, and it’s only when Bitterblue begins sneaking out of her castle – curious, disguised and alone – to walk the streets of her own city, that she begins to realise the truth. Her kingdom has been under the thirty-five-year long spell of a madman, and now their only chance to move forward is to revisit the past.

Whatever that past holds.

Two thieves, who have sworn only to steal what has already been stolen, change her life forever. They hold a key to the truth of Leck’s reign. And one of them, who possesses an unidentified Grace, may also hold a key to her heart…

I wrote a review for the first part of this series (Graceling) a couple of days ago and now I’m writing for the last part, I skipped the second (Fire). When I read these books last year I didn’t enjoy Fire as much as the rest of them, it was well written, of course, but just not really for me. Maybe I’ll re-read it someday, maybe I won’t.

Back to Bitterblue now, I love this book so much! It’s feels amazing to read, sometimes my heart breaks and other times I can’t help but smile. It was very fun to follow Bitterblue nearly ten years after her father was killed and see how she tries to get the kingdom on it’s feet again. I appreciate how you understand how she feels and that she wants to live instead of just sit in the castle all day.

When she met Saf I couldn’t stop reading! He was so mysterious and an amazing character to get to know. I love him! I also loved that Katsa and Po came to visit Bitterblue sometimes, it made this book even better, because they are very special to the Queen of Monsea. Like the silings she never had?

There were some things I didn’t like in the book; it was too easy for Bitterblue to lie. She didn’t seem to have any problem with it at first. Maybe that’s what happens when you get everything you want?

The more I see and hear, the more I realize how much I don’t know.

Bitterblue

Teddy grinned again. ”Truths are dangerous,” he said.

”Then why are you writing them in a book?”

”To catch them between the pages,” said Teddy, ”and trap them before they disappear.”

”If they’re dangerous, why not let them disappear?”

”Because when truths disappear, they leave behind blank spaces, and that is also dangerous.”

Teddy

Every configuration of people is an entirely new universe unto itself.

Bann

”You’re crying.”

“I’m not.”

“Right,” he said mildly. “I suppose you got rained on.”

Saf

Favorite character: Bitterblue and Teddy

Original title: Bitterblue

Release year: 2012

My rating: 5

Goodreads rating: 4,00


För ett par dagar sedan recenserade jag den första delen i denna serie (Graceling) och nu den sista, jag hoppade alltså över den andra (Fire). När jag läste dessa böcker förra året blev jag inte så förtjust i Fire, den var självklart välskriven precis som resten av böckerna, men passade inte riktigt mig. Det gick att hoppa över en del i serien eftersom varje bok är fristående även om man förstår händelserna bättre om man läser alla böcker.

Tillbaka till Bitterblue nu, åh vad jag älskar denna bok! Så välskriven och underbar att läsa, ibland går mitt hjärta i bitar och andra gånger jag kan inte låta bli att le. Det var väldigt kul att följa Bitterblues liv nästan tio år efter hennes far dött och se hur hon försöker få kungadömet på fötter igen efter Lecks tid som kung. Jag uppskattar hur man förstår att hon känner sig instängd och som att hon vill leva istället för att alltid sitta vid kontoret.

När hon träffade denna Saf blev jag helt trollbunden och ville inte lägga ifrån mig boken! Han var en sådan tjurig, bestämd och fantastisk karaktär att få läsa om. Något annat jag ofta uppskattar är att man fick träffa Katsa och Po igen vid ett flertal tillfällen i boken, det förgyllde allt, eftersom de har ett väldigt starkt band till drottning Bitterblue. Som de syskon hon aldrig hade?

Det fanns några saker jag inte riktigt tyckte om i boken; att det var så enkelt för Bitterblue att ljuga. Hon verkade inte tycka att det spelade så stor roll. Kanske känns det på det viset om man alltid får allt man vill ha?

Graceling – Kristin Cashore

Goodrads synopsis: Katsa has been able to kill a man with her bare hands since she was eight—she’s a Graceling, one of the rare people in her land born with an extreme skill. As niece of the king, she should be able to live a life of privilege, but Graced as she is with killing, she is forced to work as the king’s thug.

She never expects to fall in love with beautiful Prince Po.

She never expects to learn the truth behind her Grace—or the terrible secret that lies hidden far away . . . a secret that could destroy all seven kingdoms with words alone.

I’ve read this book one time before and decided to re-read it since I’m still waiting for my new books to come. I first thought it’d be kinda boring to read a book I’ve already finished, but I was very wrong. It was as good as it had been the first time!

Oh wow, what I love Prince Po! His interesting questions, how he sees on life and how much he takes care of those he love. He made this book even better and was an amazing person to read about.

I love Katsa, the protagonist, nearly as much as I love Po. To follow her adventures and see her evolve as a person through the book was wonderful. Her stubbornness and strength was so beautiful to read about.

The plot was amazing, it constantly changed and so did the characters. This idea of graced people is very good, it feels new and unexplored even though every fantasy reader have read many books about people with supernatural powers. I did think Cashore used too many different names in the beginning, I had to write them down to remember all of them (the first time I read it). This book is definitely a book every fantasy or young adult lover should read! It’s odd (in a good way, of course) and fun with relationships that will change the world. I love this book with all my heart.

”It seems better to me for a child to have these skills and never use them, than not have them and one day need them,” she said.

Katsa

When you’re a monster, she thought, you are thanked and praised for not behaving like a monster. She would like to restrain from cruelty and receive no admiration for it.

Katsa

Original title: Graceling

Translator (Swedish): Carina Jansson

Release year: 2008

My rating: 4,75

Goodreads rating: 4,08


Åh wow, vad jag älskar Prins Greening Grandemalion aka Po! Hans intressanta frågeställningar, hans oskyldighet och hur omtänksam han är mot de han bryr sig om, är bedårande. Han förgyllde hela boken var en fantastisk person att läsa om.

Katsa, huvudpersonen, älskar jag nästan lika mycket som Po, att få följa hans äventyr och se henne utvecklas som person genom boken var underbart. Hennes envishet och styrka var intressant att läsa om.

Själva handlingen tyckte jag om helhjärtat, den förändrades ständigt och karaktärerna utvecklades. Dock tyckte jag att Cashore öste på med för många namn i början, jag blev tvungen att skriva ner dem för att inte totalt blanda ihop alla. Men i övrigt finns det inte mycket att anmärka på.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – J.K. Rowling

Goodreads synopsis: Harry Potter is midway through his training as a wizard and his coming of age. Harry wants to get away from the pernicious Dursleys and go to the International Quidditch Cup. He wants to find out about the mysterious event that’s supposed to take place at Hogwarts this year, an event involving two other rival schools of magic, and a competition that hasn’t happened for a hundred years. He wants to be a normal, fourteen-year-old wizard. But unfortunately for Harry Potter, he’s not normal – even by wizarding standards. And in his case, different can be deadly. 

English review

It took me nearly two weeks to finish this very long Harry Potter story. But not even after two weeks do I know exactly what to say about it, it wasn’t the best of Rowlings book. It just got too much to me, most of the time I like when I need to think twice over and over but here? No, it was too much. I think Rowling made the book too long.

There were things I liked, though; how amazing Fred and George were in this book. It was fun reading about them and get to know them a little better.

But, as I said, this isn’t my favorite Harry Potter book. It wasn’t bad – no, of course not – but too long. And I missed Ron, I wanted to hear more about him and his life.

Not pleasant. And there’s no counter-curse. There’s no blocking it. Only one known person has ever survived it, and he’s sitting right in front of me.

Mad-Eye Moody

If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.

Sirius Black

Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.

Albus Dumbledore

‘Curiosity is not a sin,’ he said. ‘But we should exercise caution with our curiosity … yes, indeed …’

Albus Dumbledore

SPOILER

I appreciated that for the first time the theme in this book – The Triwizard Cup – was arranged and not one of Harrys own adventures. Another thing I liked was how other magical schools was involved. I mean, Krum? I found the whole Krum-still-goes-to-school thing unexpected and fun, escpecially how he and Hermione (Herm-own-ninny) got close to each other.


Original title: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Release year: 2000

My rating: 4

Goodreads rating: 4,56


Svensk recension

Tog mig upp mot två veckor att läsa ut denna 600 sidor långa Harry Potter-bok. Ändå vet jag inte riktigt vad jag ska säga om den, enligt mig var det inte Rowlings bästa bok. För mig blev allt lite för mycket, vanligtvis gillar jag när man får tänka om hela tiden men här blev det för mycket. Jag fastnade inte för att Rowling drog ut på hela historien.

Det fanns flera saker jag tyckte om, bland annat hur fantastiska Fred och George var i denna bok. Det var roligt att läsa om dem och de förhöjde boken lite.

Som sagt, detta är enligt mig inte den bästa Harry Potter-boken. Den var inte dålig – nej, absolut inte – men lite för lång och krånglig.

Citat finns i den engelska recensionen eftersom jag läser alla citat på engelska.

SPOILER

Jag uppskattade verkligen att det för en gångs skull var ett arrangerat tema i boken; inte Harrys egna äventyr. Något annat jag gillade var att andra skolor blandades in, nya karaktärer är (oftast) roligt. Hela Krum-går-fortfarande-i-skolan-grejen var intressant och hur Harry fick lära känna honom lite mer än Quidditchspelaren Krum. Och Krum och Hermiones (Herm-own-ninny) förhållande, vad ska vi säga om det? Oväntat? Vet inte riktigt det eller hur jag tyckte att det förändrade historien. Mycket känns oklart i den här boken.

Warcross – Marie Lu

Goodreads synopsis: The obsession started ten years ago and its fan base now spans the globe, some eager to escape from reality and others hoping to make a profit. Struggling to make ends meet, teenage hacker Emika Chen works as a bounty hunter, tracking down Warcross players who bet on the game illegally. But the bounty hunting world is a competitive one, and survival has not been easy. To make some quick cash, Emika takes a risk and hacks into the opening game of the international Warcross Championships—only to accidentally glitch herself into the action and become an overnight sensation.

Convinced she’s going to be arrested, Emika is shocked when instead she gets a call from the game’s creator, the elusive young billionaire Hideo Tanaka, with an irresistible offer. He needs a spy on the inside of this year’s tournament in order to uncover a security problem . . . and he wants Emika for the job. With no time to lose, Emika’s whisked off to Tokyo and thrust into a world of fame and fortune that she’s only dreamed of. But soon her investigation uncovers a sinister plot, with major consequences for the entire Warcross empire.

English review, spoiler free

Wow! I’m impressed by this book, it’s well written and the plot is complex. The theme, technoligy in the future, is new for me. Most of the time it doesn’t interest me too much, it gets kinda boring and confusing. But none of those words describs this book.

When it comes to the characters I must say Hideo Tanaka was one of my absolute favorites in the beginning. He was confusing and didn’t seem to trust anyone, so young in age but so old in mind. Just how mysterious he was and how little you knew about him. That was amazing!!

The ending of this book was unexpected (I’ll write more about the ending in the review with spoilers) and good. Suddenly you had no idea what to think anymore or who was trustworthy. I love that about books, when your entire ground falls apart and you’ve to rethink everything, it often makes the plot better.

There was this one thing I missed in this book, how did Emika and Keira first meet? Maybe Lu writes more about it in the next book but I would’ve loved to read about their background history.

Every looked door has a key, Every problem has a solution.

Emika Chen

Everything is science fiction until someone makes it science fact.

Hideo Tanaka, ch. 8

It is hard to describe loss to someone who has never experienced it, impossible to explain all the ways it changes you. But for those who have, not a single word is needed.

Emika Chen, kap. 23

But beauty can make people forgive a thousand cruelties.

Emika Chen, ch. 27

English review WITH SPOILERS

Can we discuss the ending? It was very interesting (I use that word very often, don’t I?) and took a unexpected turn even if the fact that Sasuke turned out to be alive didn’t surprise me. It felt sensible to me but how is Emika going to handle it? Haven’t read the second book in the Warcross series yet but I can’t wait to see (read) her next move. Hideo or Sasuke? Who’s she going to help to take down the other? That’s what I can’t wait for, I do have a guess though. (:

Something I hope to read more about in Wildcard is how Roshan and Tremaine met, it’s obvious they’ve known each other in some way. I really liked Tremaine, can’t tell why though. I just hope to see more of him!


Favorite character: Hideo

Original title: Warcross

Translator (Swedish): Katarina Falk

Release year: 2017

My rating: 4,75

Goodreads rating: 4,17


Svensk recension, spoiler free

Wow! Jag är verkligen imponerad av denna bok, den är välskriven och har en genomtänkt handling. Temat, framidsteknologi, är väldigt ny för mig, jag brukar inte intresseras av det så mycket. Vanligtvis kan det bli tråkigt och konstigt, men jag ska säga det att det kan sägas mycket om Warcross men inte att den är tråkig.

Angående karaktärer var Hideo Tanaka en av mina favoriter i början av boken, de dubbla signaler han signalerade och fasaden han ständigt höll tätt kring sig. Det var helt fantastiskt att läsa om honom! Just hur mystisk han var och hur lite man visste om honom…

Bokens slut var verkligen oväntat (skriver mer om det i recensionen med spoilers) och bra. Plötsligt visste man inte vad man skulle tro längre vilket jag tycker om med böcker. Just detta att behöva tänka om och se ens grund falla samman kan höja handlingen väldigt mycket.

Den var en sak jag saknade med boken, hur möttes Emika och Keira? Kanske får man reda på det i nästa bok men jag hade gärna velat veta deras bakgrundshistoria.

Varje låst dörr har en nyckel.

Emika Chen, kap. 2

Allting är science fiction till någon gör det till science fact.

Hideo Tanaka, kap. 8

Det är svårt att beskriva förlust för någon som aldrig upplevt den. Det är omöjligt att förklara alla sätt som den förändrar en människa på. Men för de som själva upplevt den behövs inga ord.

Emika Chen, kap. 23

Men skönhet kan få en att förlåta tusen grymheter.

Emika Chen, ch. 27

Svensk recension MED SPOILER

Alltså kan vi diskutera slutet av boken? Mycket intressant vändning även om det inte förvånade mig att Sasuke visade sig vara vid liv trots allt. Det kändes vettigt för mig men hur ska Emika hantera nyheten? Har ännu inte läst andra boken så det ska bli intressant att se hennes nästa drag. Hideo eller Sasuke? Vem ska hon stödja för att ta ner den andra? Det blir intressant att se även om jag redan har en gissning på vems sida hon kommer att stå på. (:

Något jag hoppas få veta mer om i nästa bok är hur Roshan och Tremaine möttes, det är tydligt att de inte de kände varandra på något sätt. Gillade verkligen Tremaine, kan dock inte förklara varför. Jag bara hoppas att man får se mer av honom i nästa bok!

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Hi! As you may have seen, I’ve decided to write in two languages – English and Swedish. You can read more about this here. Anyway, my domain doesn’t feel right anymore, it’s in Swedish… No, I don’t like it, therefore I’m going to change it very soon. How soon is still unclear but soon. I just wanted to tell you that.

I changed my domain from arecenserar to, as you can see, echoofthoughts. Nothing else has changed, this is still a book blog. (:

I have also changed my username from Swedish arecenserar to echobookthoughts. This is only because I want my username to be something anyone can understand.

Thank you!