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    Bookreview: The Invisible Library

    This is my bookreview of “The Invisible Library” by Genevieve Cogman. This is the first in a book-series about the interdimensional book-stealing librarian, Irene Winters. I know, it sounds super weird but it’s actually Irene’s job to steal books. Her adventures are high-adrenaline mysteries starring a kick-ass booklover. Summary Borrowed from the authors webpage: “Irene is a professional spy for the mysterious Library, which harvests fiction from different realities. And along with her enigmatic assistant Kai, she’s posted to an alternative London. Their mission – to retrieve a dangerous book. But when they arrive, it’s already been stolen. London’s underground factions seem prepared to fight to the very death to…

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    Esbjerg Fantasy Festival 2018

    Esbjerg Fantasy Festival 2018 er den fjerde festival af slagsen. Festivalen er arrangeret af Esbjerg kommunes biblioteker og foregik i år i og omkring hovedbiblioteket i Esbjerg. Fantasy festivalen inkluderer alt lige fra bøger og illustrationer til rollespil og merchandise. Jeg var inviteret til at deltage på festivalen den 16. september og her er et lille udpluk af mine oplevelser. Læs mere om festivalen her>> Pernille på Esbjerg Fantasy Festival 2018 (Jeg fik et gratis armbånd til festivalen, for at skrive et blogindlæg om min oplevelse) Bøger & forfattere Det er ingen hemmelighed at jeg er super fan af sci-fi og fantasy. Så jeg startede min søndag på festivalen med…

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    Bookreview: The Frozen Telescope

    Here is my review of “The uncommoners – The Frozen Telescope” by Jennifer Bell. It’s the third and final book, following “The uncommoners – The smoking hourglass”. Read my review of the first book here>> “Ivy and Seb can’t wait to join Valian for their first ever overseas uncommon adventure – they’re meeting in Nubrook, the completely astonishing and totally-different-to-Ludinor trading market hidden underneath New York. But there’s no time to enjoy looking round all the incredible sights – they’re on a mission to find Valian’s long-lost sister, Rosie. But it seems they’re not the only ones looking for her. Once again the Dirge rear their terrifying heads, and it…

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    Bookreview: The Smoking Hourglass

    Here is my book review of “The Smoking Hourglass” by Jennifer Bell. “The Smoking Hourglass” is the second book in ‘The Uncommoners’ series, following “The Crooked Sixpence”. Read my review of the first book here>> “As soon as Ivy and her brother Seb set foot back in the mysterious underground city of Lundinor, they know that something has changed […] something dark is stirring just below the surface, and uncommon traders are uneasy. Ivy and Seb have stumbled into a plot that could condemn every uncommoner to a disastrous fate […] can Ivy and Seb put a stop to the sinister Dirge’s plans?” (Blurp borrowed from Penguin books) Review of…

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    Bookreview: “The Uncommoners – The Crooked Sixpence”

    “The Crooked Sixpence” is the first of three books in the series about The Uncommoners by Jennifer Bell. The story is aimed at tweens and brings us to the world of common things with uncommon abilities. Here is my bookreview of “The Crooked Sixpence” Summary: We follow Ivy Sparrow and her older brother Seb when they discover a secret world right under their noses. When their grandmother Sylvie is admitted to the hospital, they siblings are thrown into dangerous events. Suddenly they find themselves caught up in a big mystery and they set out to explore. A family secret, weird policemen with toiletbrush weapons and a huge underground market called…