MANGA 1st IMPRESSIONS -Tokyo Ghoul, Black Butler and The Ancient Magus’ Bride


Hi guys! I haven’t done manga reviews in quite a long time, but I’ve recently gotten 3 new manga books that I’ve never tried before but wanted to, so, I decided to do a first impressions on them in one post!

These ones are the three mangas I recently got and read in order:


Tokyo Ghoul, Vol.1 by Sui Ishida

Black Butler, Vol.1 by Yana Toboso

The Ancient Magus’ Bride, Vol.1 by Kore Yamazaki

Like I said, I’ve heard of these books for quite some time and always wanted to get to them, but this is the first time I actually read them. As for my predictions on what I was going to like the most, I was completely wrong!Read More »

TTT: Books to Read By the Pool/At the Beach

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010 out of a love of lists. It recently changed to That Artsy Reader Girl and that’s where you can find the topics for each Tuesday.

This week’s topic is:

Books to Read By the Pool/At the Beach (This can also serve as your summer TBR)

Normally the type of books I read by the pool/at the beach tend to be easy reads. Generally, they are either tiny books, contemporary books, graphic novels/manga or in the rare occasion, poetry. But to be honest, nowadays I go more towards audiobooks when I read at the beach.

I will talk about some books I think are good to read outside during the summer (pool/beach). Some I’ve read, some I’ll be reading this summer.

Do you read by the pool/at the beach? What type of books?

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3 Manga Classics Mini Reviews

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Hi guys! I’ve been waiting to do one of these posts for a while, but to post only one review, it’s just not practical so I waited for a bit and have now three Manga Classics to talk about! Oops… If you’ve been here for awhile you probably know I love manga classics, they are a great way to either go back to a story you love or to get introduced to one (especially if you’re not sure about reading the original classic).

I’ve reviewed some of them already, which you can see here, and I can’t wait to talk about these ones, one of them being an ARC:


Manga Classics: The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

Manga Classics: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

Manga Classics: Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (ARC)

I have only read The Count of Monte Cristo classic yet and read Romeo and Juliet while reading the manga, to compare it. Keep in mind that my review for The Jungle Book is solely about the manga version without any comparison to the original, although I do compare it to the Disney version.

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TTT: Freebie – Bookshelf Appreciation​

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010 out of a love of lists. It recently changed to That Artsy Reader Girl and that’s where you can find the topics for each Tuesday.

This week’s topic is:

Freebie – create your own topic – Bookshelf Appreciation

So, I decided to share my bookshelves today. I love seeing bookshelf tours on Youtube but in bookish blogs, it’s a bit more rare to see them. And that’s why I decided to make that my topic. Also, sorry for some photos, the day was terribly crappy and so, I had to use artificial light which didn’t help at all.

What do you think of my bookshelves? How do you organize yours?

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Perfect World, Vol.1 by Rie Aruga

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Perfect World, Vol.1 by Rie Aruga

Series: Perfect World #1

Publisher: Kodansha Comics

Published March 20th, 2018

Genres: Manga, Realistic Fiction, Romance

Pages: 173

Format: ARC

Buy: Amazon

*Received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you very much! This doesn’t affect the review in any way. My opinions are, as always, my own.*

Perfect World is Rie Aruga’s touching drama about the romance that develops between an abled interior designer and her first love, whom she reencounters one day only to find he is wheelchair-bound.

26-year-old Tsugumi Kawana reunites with her first crush from high school, Itsuki Ayukawa, at a get-together between an architecture firm and the interior design company she works at. He sends her heart aflutter, until she realizes he’s now disabled, and in a wheelchair. At first she feels she couldn’t date a guy in a wheelchair, but then her feelings begin to change …

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March Wrap-up and April TBR


Hey bookish friends! How was your March??

Mine for sure was not what I expected. I was sick half of the month, I also somehow managed to end in a reading slump so… Not as good as I expected.

I read quite many books (13) but the majority was either manga or graphic novels, so technically I didn’t read that much. But hopefully, I will read more next month!

What did you read this month? Any favorites?

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February Wrap-up and March TBR


Hey guys! How was your February??

Mine for sure didn’t go as planned… It was still awesome but for sure not as planned.

First, I pre-ordered some books I really wanted to get and ended up not getting them due to them being sold out. So that was the not so great part. But at least I did get one I was really anticipating! Then, I ended up traveling to Berlin and so I wasn’t able to read as much as I wanted. Which to be honest I am MORE THAN HAPPY that that part didn’t go according to plan – which was to stay home and read.

Berlin was amazing! Definitely one of my favorite cities so far! A bit similar to Paris in my opinion, which I also love… I loved the feeling, I loved everything I visited and although I didn’t buy much I bought some pretty cool things, so expect a haul pretty soon!!

I will stop rambling now and get to the point of this post. This month I read 12 books. I am really happy with this month because I got to participate in the Contemporary-a-thon, which was amazing, you can check out my post here and I actually discovered a LOT of favorites this month.

What did you read this month? Any favorites?

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Contemporary-A-Thon Wrap-up!

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Hey guys! So, the Contemporary-a-thon just ended and I loved so much participating you guys have no idea! It made me push myself to read some contemporary books I was dying to read, and I personally think I made amazing choices because I loved all the books I read during February 12th to February 18th, with all my heart.

I kinda deleted TBR out by accident but I will tell which books were in it. I tried to follow it but one of the books I wanted to read was late arriving and so I had to switch things a bit and ended up reading one less. But it was amazing and I can’t wait to share my thoughts on the books I read with you guys, so keep reading!

The hosts for this read-a-thon are Chelsea, Julie, and Natasha. This read-a-thon was started by Chelsea and Julie last year and I can’t wait to participate in more of them!Read More »

Death Note: Black Edition Vol.1 




Death Note: Black Edition Vol.1 by Tsugumi Ohba
Series: Death Note #1 and #2
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
First published 2003
Genres: Manga, Fantasy
Pages: 392
Format: Paperback
Buy: Book Depository | Amazon

Killer 2-for-1 value on the hit thriller Death Note!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for audiences T+.  Contains Volumes 1 and 2 of Death Note!

Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects–and he’s bored out of his mind. But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami death god. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the Death Note to rid the world of evil. Will Light’s noble goal succeed, or will the Death Note turn him into the very thing he fights against?

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