About

I had this idea that I was going to read all the classics before I turned 30. But then I realised that the idea came to me too late, real life demanded too much of my attention, and those Brits (who shall remain nameless) were just too tiresome. So I decided to do something else, completely forgot what it was, and started this blog to help me remember.

More than anything, I write for my own record-keeping, which means that all my reviews are completely unprofessional and utterly unreasonable – much like myself. At the end of the day, it’s only my opinion.

To be noted is that I will continuously and unapologetically abuse commas. I like to [ab]use commas.

The blog name, “Kill Me if I Stop,” is a quote from my favourite book Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman, and pretty much sums up how I feel about reading (and writing/talking about my reading). I'm a very anal and minimalistic person who doesn't like clutter, so there will be no pretty pictures or fancy gadgets here: just me writing about my reading.

I love classic; literary; Russian; and science fiction; along with more obscure literature that you’ve probably never heard of, so there won’t be a lot of contemporary bestsellers here – I'm a very suspicious reader.

Reviews can be found under each respective year. Unfortunately I have not reviewed all the books I have read, but all the titles are recorded. There is a list of authors of the books I have reviewed on the right hand side of the page, and a bit further down the tags I have used. 

On Wednesdays there will be a Swedish review.