The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo: It was alright, not mind-blowing, but it did make me wanna clean up my closets a bit and I have now trash bags full of clothes to give away. However, a lot of things in her book I won't bother to do nor apply because it doesn't fit me and who I am, and also a lot of things she relates were a bit cringey and questionable, but I could also feel how heartfelt she was about her beliefs. 6/10
Bleu Puzzle by Nathalie Dau: a tiny novel of a hundred pages that was extra-fantasist in a good way, even though the writing felt a bit over-the-top for nothing at times. Still an overall pleasant ride though. 6/10
The Woman with the Colt 45 by Marie Redonnet: Another tiny novel of a hundred pages that turned out to be a fresh surprise, the writing style was definitely peculiar yet good and entertaining, following the story of coming of age and independence of a middle-age women during wartime, and I really enjoyed it lots. 7/10
Currently just started reading:
Beauté Fatale (Fatal Beauty) by Mona Chollet: Adding another essay to the big pile of feminist essays I own, after having read The Second Sex (1st volume) by Simone De Beauvoir, I needed a slight break from De Beauvoir but still need to read up on feminism. So Mona Chollet it is! She's currently having a lot of popularity with her more recent essay "Sorcières (Witches)" but I decided to read Beauté Fatale first, treating about the alienation of the cult of women's beauty in today's society, especially in France. So far I like her style, very straight-to-the-point and sometimes sarcastic, but definitely spilling tea all around.