Sunday, 31 January 2016

Do you like finals? I don't. | January Wrap-Up & February 2016 TBR

Aaaannnd the first month of 2016 is over! Ever since I started doing monthly wrap-up, I got more aware of time and months seem to go by so much faster, it's crazy!
I didn't have a very exciting month, compared to the previous ones, which is a little sad. I felt like I was just waiting for the month to be over, tbh, but I had reasons for that.

For the first two weeks, I had finals. I know guys, how cruel is it to schedule them just after Christmas break? It's so stupid. The worst part is that an association of students asked for them to be after the holidays and it has been like that for the past four years. Who does study during Christmas break? NO ONE. My boyfriend went back to Germany (but he'll finally be back in a week!) and I got sick. Moreover, I had to apply to a school for next year, it was really stressful because I had to ask my teachers to write me a recommendation. So yeah, it was fun time!

On the bright side, I started bullet-journaling and I LOVE it, guys! I learnt about it at the end of December, and it totally helps me because I just want to cross off all the bullets! 

I also got a new phone, because the last one was dying. Btw, I still haven't named it yet! I always name my phone/computer after a geeky character:
- my actual computer is Cress
- my last phone was Felicity Smoak

If you have any idea for me, I'll take it! For now, I might call it Gideon or the Knave, but it could change? I think there is an evil computer in Illuminae, so he could be my inspiration.

The last two weeks of the month, I started a new semester, which is enjoyable, but I still have four weeks to get through before a week of holidays, haha. I didn't do much either during those two weeks, because I've mostly been trying to be motivated to study (what a joke) but it's haaaaard.

In my cereal box, there was a BB8 I could put on my pen, how fun!

This month was just about waiting, because in February:
a) My boyfriend comes back
b) It's my birthdayyyyyy! I'm just mentionning it because I couldn't really buy books this month... Because I ask for books as birthday presents. So it was sad. I can't wait to get more books next month!

Stitching Snow by R.C. Lewis 4 stars
Exquisite Captive by Heather Demetrios 2 stars
Fire Falling by Elise Kove 3 stars
A Dawn Most Wicked by Susan Dennard enovella 4.5 stars
Princess of Thorns by Stacey Jay 3.5 stars
The Secret Fire by C.J. Daugherty and Carina Rozenfeld 4.5 stars
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken 4 stars
Où es-tu Elisabeth? by Sophie de Mullenheim read in French 4 stars
Sword and Verse by Kathy MacMillan 3 stars
Truthwitch by Susan Dennard 4.5 stars
Thief of Lies by Brenda Drake DNF
The Love that Split the World by Emily Henry 4 stars

TV shows:
New Girl
Jessica Jones
The Shannara Chronicles
The Big Bang Theory

The Children of Timpelbach

Frozen Tides by Morgan Rhodes
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
The Storyspinner by Becky Wallace
A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab (reread)
A book by Maria B. Snyder => Should I start by Poison Study or Touch of Power? 
Tell me down below!

And also, I want to get to February releases, because I'm excited for so many!

Top 5 books I'm excited for:
1. The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine
2. A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab
3. The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
4. Stars Above by Marissa Meyer
5. Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman

Goodreads Challenge: 11/120 => 8% 

Flights of Fantasy: 6/50 => 12%. It's actually the easiest to accomplish, since fantasy is my favourite genre. I don't count the e-novellas for this one.

Retelling challenge: 1/20 => 5%. I'm waiting for more retellings to be published, there is Reign of Shadows next month and I just downloaded Spinning Starlight

2016 debuts: 2/15 => 13%. Sword and Verse was a disappointment but I loved The Love That Split the World!

Rereads: 0/15 => 0%. I'm failing, which isn't a surprise, but I'll try more next month!

How was your month? Did you read some exciting books? Tell me all about it :)

Friday, 29 January 2016

A romance-driven plot which only redeemed itself at the end | Sword and Verse

Sword and Verse (Sword and Verse #1) by Kathy MacMillan

Published: January 19th 2016 by HarperTeen
Genre: YA high fantasy

Goodreads summary: Raisa was only a child when she was kidnapped and enslaved in Qilara. Forced to serve in the palace of the King, she’s endured hunger, abuse, and the harrowing fear of discovery. Everyone knows that Raisa is Arnath, but not that she is a Learned One, a part of an Arnath group educated in higher order symbols. In Qilara, this language is so fiercely protected that only the King, the Prince, and Tutors are allowed to know it. So when the current Tutor-in-training is executed for sharing the guarded language with slaves and Raisa is chosen to replace her, Raisa knows that, although she may have a privileged position among slaves, any slipup could mean death.

That would be challenging enough, but training alongside Prince Mati could be her real undoing. And when a romance blossoms between them, she’s suddenly filled with a dangerous hope for something she never before thought possible: more. Then she’s approached by the Resistance—an underground army of slaves—to help liberate the Arnath people. Joining the Resistance could mean freeing her people…but she’d also be aiding in the war against her beloved, an honorable man she knows wants to help the slaves.

Working against the one she loves—and a palace full of deadly political renegades—has some heady consequences. As Raisa struggles with what’s right, she unwittingly uncovers a secret that the Qilarites have long since buried…one that, unlocked, could bring the current world order to its knees.

And Raisa is the one holding the key.


I have super mixed feelings about this one. The two halves of the book are totally different, it's insane. I was tempted to DNF it, to be honest, but I was anticipating it so I really want to give it a chance... And it got better. It was actually an addicting read, because I read it in a few sittings, but that doesn't mean it was a great read.

Things that I did not like

- The first half of the book almost only focus on the romance. But well, I only felt like the plot was based upon the romance, so NO.

-I was mostly bored.

- The fact that there are huge time gaps bothered me. You'll tell me that it's more realistic that nothing happens for months, and I agree, but the transitions weren't done well enough for me. It totally threw me off than we started when Raisa was fourteen and in the end she was eighteen, or so. For example, I'd have liked to see her Selection, it would have been interesting.

- The characters felt a bit flat to me. We didn't even really get to see how Raisa and Mati felt in love... Or it was just insta-love? I don't know… I felt like they were the only important characters in the story, and I wasn't even able to relate to them. The secondary characters were there, but we didn't get to see them a lot, except maybe Jonis, but that's all.

- Where was the character development? Raisa felt the same from beginning to end.

- It was totally infodump-y. In the beginning, I got an headache because too much information at once, it was hard to process.

Things that I liked

 - MacMillan was able to create a rich world that I was really interested in. I loved how religion was important here, and that we got to see the mythology at the beginning of each chapter (even if sometimes, I just didn't care).

- The ending was amazing. I wasn't expecting anything at this point but it was actually fast-paced and I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen. I was impressed by this ending, but it felt a bit rushed and I wanted this book to be more like that.

- This book is a fantasy standalone, which is pretty rare, but in this case it works, because of the way it ended. I read somewhere that the author was working on a companion book, which told the story from another character's perspective. If it's Jonis, it could be interesting, but if it's Mati, I don't see the point, at all.

-It didn't involve a love triangle, for once. The plot was romance-driven anyway, so it would have been useless.

- Finally, the idea behind this book is so important. Never forget that knowledge is power

Overall, I found that the first half of the book was completely different from the second, and I was so relieved, because it's one of the reasons I finished the book. I wasn't a big fan of the romance, especially since it was the focus of the first half of the book, which underwhelmed me. The characters felt a bit flat and didn't go through a lot of development, sadly. It was set in an interesting world though, I was actually fascinated by it. Moreover, the ending totally redeemed the book and it was worth it to read until the last page.

Were you excited about this book? Have you read it yet? Did you think we got too much romance?

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Grabby Hands : February 2016

I started a new feature at the beginning of the year, where I talk about all the books I'm excited for each month. I'm doing this at the end/beginning of the month (at least I'm trying). Let's talk about all the new releases I'm excited to read that are published in February.

                                                                 Published February 2nd                                                            

Stars Above by Marissa Meyer : The Lunar Chronicles are one of my favourite series of all time. When I heard there would be a bind-up of the novellas and it would have the epilogue, I was beyond excitement. Also, this cover is gorgeous, like the others.

Assassin's Heart by Sarah Ahiers : It's a debut novel with families of assassins, it sounds pretty cool. I'm sure it will be all about revenge, forbidden romance and epicness, I'm so pumped about that!

Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell : I remembered adding this book on Goodreads when it had a different title and cover, The Stars Turned Away, so it seems to be forever ago. This book is set in Neverland, which seems to be a dark place, and it involves different characters, I'm totally curious to see the way Neverland will be. I was disappointed by Never Never, also set in Neverland, when I read it last year, I hope it won't be the case this time.

Starflight by Melissa Landers : I didn't like Melissa Landers' debut novel, because I found it typical and really cheesy. But, most of the time, I gave author another chance in a different series. This book is a sci-fi one, set in space. I think because I loved The Lunar Chronicles and the Starbound trilogy, I could really enjoy it. Moreover, the romance is apparently cute, it could work!

Revenge and the Wild by Michelle Modesto : This debut novel is set in the Far West and features fantasy and steampunk elements, which means I'll probably love it. The main character must be very tough, because of the society, but also the fact she lost an arm and has a mecanical one. I loved the western novels I read in 2015, it's an interesting trend that has been developing lately, I can't wait to read this one.

                                                                 Published February 8th                                                            

The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skutskie : It's a debut novel (umm, are you surprised?) with sea monsters. It's something I've almost never seen (except in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea but that's all), I'm fascinated and scared at the same time, tbh. That eye one the cover freaks me out. Moreover, there are pirates!!!!!

                                                                Published February 9th                                                             

Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard : Like a lot of readers, I had mixed feelings about Red Queen, because of the similarties to a lot of other books, but at the same time, I liked the story and how it ended. I will be reading Glass Sword, because apparently, it's better than the first one.

Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman : This debut novel is the prequel story to Blackbeard, the frightening pirate. It is also a love story I think, and choices we make when we're coming of age. Because it involves pirates, I'm totally sold.

Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan : This is a high fantasy, but also a retelling of Rapunzel, and I looove that fairy tale (even if it doesn't really end well, errr, but it's still great). I didn't like Jordan's Uninvited, but this one sounds promising. It seems to be set in a world dark, where evil reigns. So yes, I'm excited.

These Vicious Masks by Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas : This book is set in Victorian England, so basically, yes. It is pitched as "Jane Austen meets X-Men". That sounds exciting, I hope it'll live up to that!

                                                                   Published February 16th                                                         

Riders by Veronica Rossi : I'm curious about this book, because it involves the horsemen of the apocalypse. It is unique, because I've never heard of a book involving those characters. I'm excited to see how Rossi will portray them. I had really liked her dystopia trilogy, Under the Never Sky, so I have faith.

The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine : This book is one of my most anticipated books for 2016. The cover is gorgeous. It's a Snow White retelling, but the main character seems to be more than that, and has magic. The love interest also has its own background, so he could be interesting.

The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Heilig : This debut novel involves time travel, so basically, yes! Heidi Heilig is an hilarious and sweet person, I can't wait to read her book. Some aspects of it seems a bit confusing, but I'm sure she'll explain it well. I love time travel because we get to see so many places and different eras.

                                                               Published February 23rd                                                            

A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab : A Darker Shade of Magic was one of my favourite books of last year, but actually, I loved every book this author wrote. I'm really excited to get back to this world, it's such an interesting one, and there will be a lot of consequences after what happened in the first book. This book seems to be a lot about Lila Bard, since she's on the cover, who is an aspiring pirate, so basically, yes!

The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury : I read Exquisite Captive this month, I was disappointed by this book, but jinnis intrigued me. I'm eager to read more novels featuring them, and this book could be a start. It's also a retelling of Aladdin, I love that Disney movie so much.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Places I visited through books and wanna see in real life | Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week's topic is a Freebie. I choose to talk about places I visited through books and would love to see in real life. We all love to read books because it makes us discover new places and a whole new world, that's that aspect of reading I wanted to highlight today. So thank you, books.

Of course, I didn't mention all the places I already went to (Paris, London, Roma, Barcelona and so on) nor the United States, because it was a little too obvious.

Amsterdam, Netherlands
seen in: Just One Year by Gayle Forman

Yeah, I know, I've been to Rotterdam last year, so it's a little ridiculous. But still. Everyone is so in love with this place, I want to know what it's all about!

Prague, Czech Republic
seen in: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

I'd love to go there, you have no idea. I was so surprised to discover this city through a book, even though the characters aren't there that long, but anyways. At uni, I have a class where I study the court of the Holy Roman Empire in the 18th century, and of course, Prague was included. Now, I just want to go there so badly.

Edinburgh, Scotland
seen in: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

Everyone loves Scotland. I know there is Outlander and everything, but still. Why is everyone obsessed with this country? It intrigues me and well... It seems like a magical place. I'm sure it totally has a medieval vibe to it and I'm an history major, so I don't mind. At all. Also, should I watch Outlander? I'm still on the fence about it.

Geneva, Switzerland
seen in: This Monstrous Thing by Mackenzi Lee

Tbh, until I read this book, travelling to Geneva wasn't my top priority, not at all. Moreover, it's really close to France, so what's the point? But well, I read This Monstrous Thing and the descriptions made me eager. So who knows, maybe one day?

Athens, Greece 
seen in: The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan

I've already visited Roma, so it seems logical I need to go there next, right? It was the next step for the seven demigods, so why not me? Just kidding, I want a peaceful trip there. Anyways. This year, I have a class called "Religion in Ancient Greece", so of course I need to go there someday, I don't want all this studying to be for nothing!

Saint Petersburg, Russia
seen in: A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

Well, okay Marguerite went to Saint Petersburg in an universe where it was like the beginning of the 20th century, but still! It seems like an eerie place, even if I would die if I went there during the winter, let's be honest.

Instanbul, Turkey
seen in: The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall

I just thought about all the delicious food I could eat there and my stomach growled. I think I need to eat and then I'll finish this post, haha. I found that Istanbul as a rich architecture and it could be so interesting to visit everything, like Santa Sophia or Topkapi Palace (I love that name!).

Bombay, India 
seen in: A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray

Once again, I'm here for the food and this time I had to put a picture, because Indian food is the best. Now, I'm aware of the problems of this city, but I'd love to go to India one day. It is such a foreign country, because it's not on my continent and those people have a culture completely different from my own, I'd like to discover it!

 Cairo, Egypt 
seen in: Strange and Ever After by Susan Dennard

I meant Egypt in general, it's just that I mentionned cities so far and I want to keep this post organized the same way, haha. Call it OCD if you want. Like everyone, I'm impressed by Ancient Egypt and I love to read historical novels that was set there (btw, we need more, YA authors ;) ). So of course, seeing the pyramids would be great!

Toronto, Canada
seen in: A Book of Spirits and Thieves by Morgan Rhodes

Wow, it's the only place in America that I talked about, I'm improving, haha. No, but seriously, it would have been to easy to talk about how much I'd love to go to the United States someday, but since so many of you are from there, it's not that funny. I'd also love to go to Canada someday and I'd ead all the maple syrup because I loooove it. I think I've talked a little too much about food on this post, I'll calm down, I swear!

Where have you already traveled to? Would you like to go to any of the places I mentionned? Which country/city do you want to visit someday?

Sunday, 24 January 2016

A long wait for an incredible world-building and adventure | Passenger

Passenger (Passenger #1) by Alexandra Bracken

Published: January 5th 2016 by Disney Hyperion
Genre: Young Adult, Time Travel

Goodreads summary: passage, n.

i. A brief section of music composed of a series of notes and flourishes.
ii. A journey by water; a voyage.
iii. The transition from one place to another, across space and time.

In one devastating night, violin prodigy Etta Spencer loses everything she knows and loves. Thrust into an unfamiliar world by a stranger with a dangerous agenda, Etta is certain of only one thing: she has traveled not just miles but years from home. And she’s inherited a legacy she knows nothing about from a family whose existence she’s never heard of. Until now.

Nicholas Carter is content with his life at sea, free from the Ironwoods—a powerful family in the colonies—and the servitude he’s known at their hands. But with the arrival of an unusual passenger on his ship comes the insistent pull of the past that he can’t escape and the family that won’t let him go so easily. Now the Ironwoods are searching for a stolen object of untold value, one they believe only Etta, Nicholas’ passenger, can find. In order to protect her, he must ensure she brings it back to them— whether she wants to or not.

Together, Etta and Nicholas embark on a perilous journey across centuries and continents, piecing together clues left behind by the traveler who will do anything to keep the object out of the Ironwoods’ grasp. But as they get closer to the truth of their search, and the deadly game the Ironwoods are play­ing, treacherous forces threaten to sep­arate Etta not only from Nicholas but from her path home . . . forever


There was a lot of hype around this book and like many of us, I was anticipating this book like a crazy person, since I first heard of it when it didn't even have a synopsis, and hadn't read the Darkest Minds trilogy yet. I was scared I wasn't going to love it, because it wouldn't be as good as what I expected, but I was wrong, even though I had a few issues with the book.


So, let's start with what bothered me throughout this book… The pacing. This book had one of the most uneven pacing ever and it irritated me. At first, I thought the story would move forward very quickly, because we stayed in modern day New York for one chapter before Etta travelled for the first time and went to 1776. I thought that after that, we would have some big revelations and then her adventure would start. Alas, I was wrong.

In fact, we stayed in 1776 until page 200 I believe? At first, Etta was on the ship -where she met Nicholas- and if you know me, I love when books involve ships. It's like, my favourite thing ever. I wasn't disappointed, being on a ship was so amazing, really. But I felt like they stayed too long on there, and then in New York. I thought we would get more time traveling during those first two hundred pages, but nope. Also, because there is a ship on the cover, I wanted to get back into the ship after, but that wasn't possible. I NEEEEEEED SHIPS, OKAY?

I totally understand why this book took its time, don't get me wrong, guys. While Etta was on the ship, she still learned a lot about time travelling, but her knowledge was also completed by Cyrus Ironwood, the villain of this story. But actually, the fact that his name is Ironwood makes him a villain because "iron"? It sounds creepy, right? Anyway, Etta starts to learn a lot more about her family past and it was really interesting, and then, she's sent on a scavenger hunt to find an object. That aspect reminded me so much of the quest in Percy Jackson, because she even had a deadline, it was kind of funny. Well, not for her, but for me.

When Etta and Nicholas finally started their quest, the book moved so much faster and I couldn't help but turn pages and read as fast as I could, because I needed to know what was happening.


It was an AMAZING part of this book. First of all, Bracken managed to make the concept of time travel easy to follow and realistic. Sometimes, it feels so complicated and is really oriented toward science-fiction, but it wasn't the case at all! I didn't get a headache after the explanation, that's a good point!

Moreover, getting into different cities and time periods was AMAZING. I totally thought the author had done her research, because it actually felt like I was there and I was so excited to discover each location through the characters' eyes. However, I'm sad we only saw some locations only during one chapter -like Angkor- when we went to other locations for a hundred pages. It's an issue that relates to the pacing, I wished we had seen more of those places and less of others, like the long beginning in 1776.

I enjoyed the 'hierarchy' in this world. At first, the travellers were four different families but because of conflicts, Ironwood is the only one remaining and they basically rule the world. The fact it was organized behind a patriarch and that the travellers have to go back to his time reminded me SO MUCH of the Ruby Red trilogy, which I loved. Moreover, there is also a "rebellious" group, the Thorns, and I can't wait to learn more about them, because they were almost just mentioned in this book.


In The Darkest Minds, the story was told through Ruby's point of view and was written in first person. Here, the author choose to do something different, indeed we had the points of view of both Etta and Nicholas. I thought it worked so well, because being of two different time periods, they didn't have the same views, it was interesting. However, because she writes long chapters, sometimes I just wanted to continue being in the head of the same character and didn't want to wait thirty pages for that.

 I was really interested in having Nicholas' perspective, because he had to get through so many things, because he was a person of colour. I found it really important that Bracken talked about those issues, because in each time period he travelled to… He was judged because of his skin colour and well, it was the time were slavery was common *sigh*. Of course, as a person of the 21th century, it was infuriating and Etta was so mad about it (that scene on the ship was hilarious)! I really liked that Bracken took the time to talk about this issue, because it's not completely resolved today either… But I just want Nicholas to settle down in the 21th century so it'll be way better for him.

I enjoyed both main characters, but I wished we had more secondary characters. In TDM, the secondary characters made the story so much better, but here, it was missing. Some of the characters we saw on the ship were really interesting and I wished I could have gotten to know them more.


Some people might say it was a little instalove-y… And I won't deny it, tbh. But, the fact that we had both characters' perspective made it so much more buyable. From the beginning, those characters had some swoony-worthy moments and I couldn't help but ship them together. It was also a really interesting relationship, because Nicholas was from the 18th century while Etta was from the 21th and it doesn't work the same way. Like, Nicholas was so worried about Etta's reputation, that was fun! I had so many feels about this ship, so really, I don't even care if it had instalove. Those ones are definitely OTP!


The ending was so fast-paced and full of emotions, this book deserved to be a 4.5 stars just because of that. It's funny how an ending can totally change my view on a book. While I was reading the last chapters, I couldn't stop reading because EVERYTHING was happening. When I finished chapter 21 I was so upset! Luckily there was chapter 22 who offered a little bit more of a closure, it totally felt like the characters were trying to plot something but well… We'll see… It ended on a BIG cliff-hanger, but Bracken is a queen at doing that, so who is even surprised? Seriously, I need Wayfarer NOW.


This book took some time to start, but once it picked up, it was a gripping read until the very last pages, which ended on a cliff-hanger (I. NEED. MORE). The world-building was well-detailed, which made me feel like I was in those places with the characters. Speaking of which, our two main characters were really interesting and had a lot of chemistry, as well as a swoony-worthy romance, even though her relationship progressed a little bit too quickly. I wished we had seen more of the secondary characters, but I think it'll happen in the next one. Basically, this book is a must-read, even if I had some issues with it.

Have you read this book? What did you think of it?

Saturday, 23 January 2016

5 tips to survive when you live with a bookworm

Today i want to participate to the blog of my girlfriend by speaking about an original subject that you may don’t know : How is it to live with a bookworm ?
Because i can tell you from my own experience, when you aren’t a bookworm it could be strange sometimes to live with one 😋
So i will make a top 5 of those weird things that could happened when you live with a bookworm, in order to help your boyfriend/girlfriend, possibly non-bookworm, to understand their behaviour !!

-1 You have to learn not to be jealous of books.

Indeed, a bookworm can desire a book so strongly, be so impatient to hold it in his hands, whereas as a non-bookworm you'd rather to have all these feelings turned towards you . That could lead to strange situations where your boyfriend/girlfriend will say « i want you, oh, i want you so much! » and you will answer « yeah, me too darling, let's do this » and he/she will answer « oh i was speaking of a book sorry » « oh crap. ». This is so frustrating 😋 but don’t worry from them it's normal !

-2 You should learn to live in silence, while your bookworm reads.

Never, NEVER interrupt your bookworm during his reading time because I can assure you, at that moment, if they had the power of Darth Vader, they would force you by one look to be quiet!!! The only good reason who could justify that you interrupt them is to inform them that their book mail has arrived. So learn to live in complete silence with your bookworm,  if you want to survive 😉

-3 For all the bookworms, people who do not read are heretics! 

So if you live with a bookworm, he will be confronted to two different choices : burn you, or convert you to his religion where books are relics and authors are gods. Don’t worry, most of the time they will choose to try to convert you! When they begin, they are ready to make a crusade to convert you by making plans on several years, buying you books for Christmas or your birthday to force you to read. But don’t worry again that just show how much they care about you 😉

-4 A bookworm has two personalities 

After a certain amount of time you will be able to observe that your bookworm has two different personalities and the key of those personalities is… Books !!! I’m sure you were not expecting that 😋 So, if your bookworm reads a book and likes it, he will be happy during several days, very optimistic and dynamic. But if he doesn’t like the book, well my dear friends, run for your life, buy a full armour and build a bunker until your bookworm reads a book he likes. Indeed, before that, he will be possessed by a dangerous blood rage against the world, because he spent money and time on a bad book… But if you are very brave, you could try to give him a hug. That works… Sometimes... 😋

-5 To end this, I will speak about what you could consider as the weirdest behaviour of your bookworm : He could cry for fictional characters, especially when one of them dies. 

As a non-bookworm you could find that strange. But, think about that each time your bookworm will be touched by a character, in a positive or negative way, he will come back to you, because he will need to share -because he loves you- his experience and at last, that's why we love them : because they are different from others with whom we are used to live 😉
I will leave you here, I hope I helped you to understand your bookworm and please if you liked it let me know that would be really kind of you 🙂

My dear bookworm i love you ❤️, and please stay who you are even if sometimes you can be weird 😋