Ninfa Dormiente

Ninfa Dormiente di Ilaria Tufi

RATING: 5/10 📖📖📖📖📖

GENRE: contemporary fiction/ detective story/ thriller

BOOK DETAILS: Link to book details on Amazon

SYNOPSISMAIN CHARACTERS: Inspector Teresa Battaglia, her police team, a blind bluehaired young girl and her dog, Smoky, Resia Valley people

POINT OF VIEW:  1st person narration (Teresa’s)

HOW I MET THIS BOOK: one of my best friends suggested it as the new emerging writer.

Ninfa dormiente (Teresa Battaglia, #2)

Ninfa dormiente by Ilaria Tuti
My rating: 3 of 5 starsLa prima parte del libro è come sempre accattivante, ti strega con descrizioni di luoghi e personaggi in un gioco di metafore e similitudini. Lasciando tutto in sospeso. Purtroppo, però, la seconda parte diventa una accozzaglia di eccessive informazioni, di storie che si intrecciano, di personaggi con le loro storie personali. Insomma ci sarebbe materiale per scrivere tre romanzi. Peccato, ad un certo punto mi sono stancata e ho saltato pagine perchè seguire il filo era veramente diventato faticoso.
Comunque Teresa Battaglia rimane l’ispettrice migliore in circolazione.
Il terzo libro sarà sicuramente migliore.

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© Dom

Away for a While

Hello blogger friends!

Time is a tyrant, as well as the everyday personal tasks. It has been a while since I wrote last time on my tiny blog. It should be a book blog, with some book reviews. Unfortunately last year I wrote here only a few reviews of the books I read. Anyway if you are curious you can find my 2017 book reviews here

But what about my New Year resolutions?

1) writing at least one post on my beloved tiny book blog once a month

2) painting at least two paintings using different techniques

3) having a walk once a week

4) taking some pictures to be posted here and to contribute to my favourite challanges

5) reading my favourite blogs at least once a month and leaving a lot of likes on my favourite pages and posts + reading at least 25 books (sipping them)

6) trying… to be happy and serene again!


WHAT DID I DO LAST YEAR?

My summer flew by. I had a great time in central Italy, where I had the chance to visit unbelievable and forgotten places. If I’ll have the chance I will write about it and post some magic photos. In September I got a permanent position at the local High School, which was a great surprise to me. I cried because it had been my dream since ever. In October I also got an extra position at the evening classes. In November I had a short break in Palermo (Sicily, Italy) with two faboulous colleages.  We had a great time at our friend Laura, always the best. In December... at Christmas all the family was sick and had the worst Christmas ever! Anyway. It is now time to start again.

Hope you are all well and you are reading a wonderful book

Do

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