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review 2018-01-15 00:40
Ines' Words - Haidji
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Beautifully written in Haidji's characteristic style. I enjoyed this short book. This one is especially musical and melodic. A simple story, but a very intriguing one. 

I really love Haidji's descriptions. One of my favorites was:

"Was left in the room,
in Silence.
The Silence that says everything by telling nothing."

Nicely written.
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review 2017-07-14 21:57
Harables: Short Stories 2
Harables: Short Stories 2 (Volume 2) - Haidji

Thw author of this collection of stories has a knack for making you really feel her words rather than just read them. Her writing is very artistic and unique. I love to read her writing when I want something thought provoking and emotional. She uses not only the words, but also the puncuation, placement, and spacing to make her statement. The first time I read something written by Haidji  I was reluctant to proceed much further than the first sentence,  but soon realized that the style and what I assumed were mistakes were actually intentional.  Very lovely.


In this we get 15 stories. If you read and enjoyed the first Harables you are sure to like this. Yes this is a book of short stories, but it will definitely appeal to those who enjoy poetic writing. 

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review 2017-05-07 20:56
Harables: Short Stories 2
Harables: Short Stories 2 (Volume 2) - Haidji

By: Haidji

Publisher: Createspace

Publication Date: October 22nd 2016

Format:  Paperback

Pages: 200


Haidji, author of SG Suicide Game, Life into Mist, Fancy & Adriaan, Harables – Short Stories 1 and Ines’ Words now brings us Harables – Short Stories 2,

with fifteen new stories. Each story showcases Haidji’s unique voice and imagery,


including “The Gondola Walker,” “Lob’s Castle,” “The Blue Spot,” “Final Destination” and “Candles.” True to Haidji’s form, this book is beautiful and magical.


You’ll want to read each story more than once, to uncover all Haidji’s meanings.

Entering Haidji’s world, you will find hope, love and wonderful mysteries


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My Review:


As i said before , Haidji has a very special way with words . You feel the warmth of the story .


All the stories here were so sweet, and they all had a lesson to be delivered at the end of each one :


” Life is just a class filled with different kids doing the same or different things “


“No matter how good you are, How amazing your work is : if you don’t value what you do , asking the right price for it , no one else will do it.”


“Because sometimes , paradise can be there , close to you , every morning , inside your cup of coffee, bringing you joy and happiness”


The same as “Fancy & Adriaan” .it’s very easy to go through and finish , i can picture myself reading it at the beach or in a nice garden under the sun .


It is overly a good book , it does not fall with my usual reads , yet i enjoyed it . i don’t think the genre matters when you like the story .


I would recommend it to people going through reading slumps and wanting to start with something light and easy to get into , or anyone who wants to take a break and read something sweet and different .


the reason why i give it 4 stars is because it was a great collection of interesting short stories ; and i didn’t struggle reading it nor get bored , we can all agree that that’s something important when it comes to books .


And i want to thank Haidji for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review .


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review 2017-04-28 18:56
Fancy & Adriaan by Haidji
Fancy & Adriaan - Haidji


By: Haidji

Publisher: Createspace

Publication Date: 2014

Format:  Paperback

Pages: 62






Do you believe in love?


Do you really Believe in love?


Fancy & Adriaan is a fairy tale; a real love story.


Fancy was born in a flower, in a distant world.


Adriaan was born over tree branches, in the same world.


As a fairy and as an elf, they lived their lives and their platonic love, in that world.
One day, Fancy decided to seek permission to go to the human world.
Will Fancy & Adriaan’s love survive?


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My Review:



I received this book from a giveaway , and to be honest i didn’t expect it to be this good since i’m not usually a fan of love stories . BUT i actually enjoyed it.


I finished this in less than an hour i think , partly because it is short , but i was very fun to read.


Haidji managed to create a fairy tale story that can be read by all ages , it was just so CUTE , yet it held a realistic dimension , you can relate to the characters’ feelings and thoughts yet each reader would interpret them in their own way . it had a different meaning for me.


such a fun light read . i would recommend it if you were in a reading slump and needed something light to get you back up.


here are my favorite quotes :


“Adriaan thought what Fancy felt, and Fancy felt what Adriaan thought.”


“His thoughts rather than helping him , created more walls around him”




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text 2017-03-01 15:35
My February 2017
The Policewoman - Justin W. M. Roberts
Pride and Prejudice - Manga - Morpheus Studios,Po Tse,Jane Austen
Thief of Lies - Brenda Drake
Graffiti (and Other Poems) - Savannah Brown,ed stockham
Harables: Short Stories 2 (Volume 2) - Haidji
Harry Potter: Die Märchen von Beedle dem Barden / Wilharm: Ein Klassiker aus der Zaubererwelt von Harry Potter - J.K. Rowling
Guardian of Secrets - Brenda Drake
Gone Wild - Jodi Lundgren
Der Schneeleopard - Tess Gerritsen,Andreas Jäger
The Policewoman - 4.5 stars
Manga Classics: Pride and Prejudice - 5 stars
Thief of Lies - 4.5 stars
Graffiti (and Other Poems) - 4.5 stars
Harables: Short Stories 2 - 4 stars
Die Märchen von Beedle dem Barden - 5 stars
Guardian of Secrets - 3 stars
Gone Wild - 2 stars
Der Schneeleopard - 5 stars


Favorite book(s) of the month: The Policewoman, Manga Classics: Pride and Prejudice, Graffiti (and Other Poems), Der Schneeleopard


Books started this month but haven't finished yet: Everything Reminds You of Something Else, Entsetzen


I just need to stare at the amount of books I read this month. Granted, one of them I read all through january and finished on the first of february. Some of them are very short books or poetry. But damn, I finished 9 books this month. Even though there was a lot going on and a lot of running around from one appointment to the next.

Qualitiy wise, I only didn't really enjoy two of the books I read, the rest of them were really freaking great.

I'm trying to keep my hopes up, cause I don't think I will keep up with the reading pace I had in february. But man, if would be great if march were amazing like that.

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