Hello Bibliophiles! How’s the month of April going for everyone? I hope it is filled with fun and discoveries, and of course more books! So today, I’m going to review The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard which by far, is one of my favorite Young Adult Novels to date. Synopsis (taken from Goodreads): Advertisements
Hey Everyone! Happy Friday the 13th! Did you guys know that one of the origin theories of how people come to perceive this day as unlucky came from the Catholic Bible? It was said that Friday was the day that Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit on a Friday. Added 13 to be an… Continue reading Book Review Fridays: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
“It was the nicest thing she could imagine. It made her want to have his babies and give him both of her kidneys.” Hey Everyone! Welcome to Book Review Fridays! Tonight, I’ll be recalling a book that marks a year since I’ve read it: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell.
Er. I KNOW IT’S A MONDAY! But I want to make Book Review Fridays a staple thing on my blog. So…please consider this a late entry. 😀 “God gives us the ugliness so we don’t take the beautiful things in life for granted.“ Hey guys! So here’s my take of Colleen Hoover’s Ugly Love.
Hello fellow Bibliophiles! It’s been quite a while since I posted a book review, I’ve been doing heaps of errands and work. But here it is! Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang This book is the Story about Liz Emerson, who decides to kill herself by crashing her car. Unfortunately (or fortunately? I don’t know… Continue reading Book Review: Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang
I just watched Gone Girl two days ago. Hands Down. I loved it! I haven’t gotten to reading the book yet (decided internally with myself to watch the movie first before reading the book). But I have finished reading Flynn’s other novel Sharp Objects and it was good…dare I say…probably better than Gone Girl (basing… Continue reading Book Review: Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
Hello Everyone! Tonight’s book review is of “The Strange Library” by Haruki Murakami. This is actually my first read from Mr. Murakami, and definitely won’t be my last. 🙂