Flashback 2015 and Forward 2016

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Hello my lovely readers and followers ! 🙂

2015 has come to an end already and we wanted to take the time to thank you all for such an amazing year. We started our blog late in July and since then we had a great time in sharing our thoughts on books, reading your reviews and being a part of this big bloggers community. We also decided to do a makeover of our home page and banner for the new year so be sure to check that out 😉 We wanted to blend comics and books in our theme—just to show what our blog might have in store for everyone—and that’s what we came up with.

Some 2015 stats :

topbooks

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Invisible Monsters by Chuck Palahniuk

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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The Gods of Gotham by Lyndsay Faye

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey

1984 by George Orwell

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THE ALIENIST BY CALEB CARR

 

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mostanticipatedrelease

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New Year also comes with new resolutions 😉 Ours will be to post more random posts; varying it from the formal reviews so you guys get to know us better 🙂  We hope you enjoyed this cute little post for the new year 😀 ! Have an amazing time with all your loved ones and we will see you all for more reviews and posts in 2016 ! Stay tuned !

LASHAAN & TRANG

 

Happynewyear

11 thoughts on “Flashback 2015 and Forward 2016

  1. Ana says:

    Amazing review!! I like to read these kind of reviews, they show how thankful we are at the end of the year :)!!! Have a happy new year my friends !!! Wish you all the best from Austria!!!

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  2. jessreadingnook says:

    I really need to read Six of Crows! I loved the Grisha trilogy, and everyone seems to love Six of Crows. Definitely near the top of my TBR this year.

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  3. Karina Pinella says:

    I read Harris’ Red Dragon and the butler didn’t do it. That’s all I’ll say because I don’t want to spoil it for you. In fact, there really is no butler. Good book, but of course, you think this too because you are so Hannibal obsessed. Have fun reading!

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