I never would have thought that I’d enjoy a contemporary, coming of age novel that was super hyped up – but I did. And I’m super happy abut that. Here are my thoughts!Continue Reading
This book was one of the most odd yet fantastic books I’ve ever read. I’m certainly not the expert when it comes to contemporary let alone mysteries and crime, but this book did certainly leave a big impression. Here are my thoughts!Continue Reading
This book started as a regual side read on the weekends, just some book to read in one day to get your mind off of things. But The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo ended up being so much more than that. Continue reading “The Poet X – Review”
Today, fifty years ago, the author famous for hundreds of novels, died. Enid Blyton was my favorite children’s book author and therefore I’d like to make an apprechiation post.
PS: Sorry for being so inactive lately but school won’t let me have time!Continue reading “Enid Blyton”
What can I say? Loving it but hating how much it has affected me. I loved it and I felt with Molly and I loved Patrick and I hated Patrick. Katie Cotugno somehow always makes me fall in love with her characters and she hasn’t let me down so far, not after loving Top 10. Continue reading “99 Days – Review”
I have mentioned Jeanne Birdsall’s Penderwicks in so many blog posts of mine that I am wondering if some of you have had enough of them already. That may be the case for some of you. However, this will never be the case for me as my devotion and love for Jeanne Birdsall’s novels goes back so many years that I couldn’t, cannot and won’t picture my life without this family. Just now, let me explain why I love the Penderwicks. Continue reading “The Penderwicks – Review”
I don’t know how to start. This book sadly is reality, but it is also so much more: an encouragement for oppressed people to stand up, to demonstrate they have a chance, for people to realize this world hasn’t found a resolution for racism and for young people to cherish life and opportunities.Continue Reading