Monthly Archives: March 2016
Book 3 of 2016
“Some infinities are bigger than other infinities.”
I have to admit this book has been on my ‘To be read’ list for ages, and I mean ages. I saw the film when it came out with my sister and loved it so I was excited to see whether this book lived up to the hype. People rave about John Green’s writing and I am happy to say I was not disappointed.
The Fault in Our Stars is a contemporary story narrated by Hazel, a 16-year old girl who has thyroid cancer in her lungs, who meets Augustus Waters at a support group. Augustus suffers from osteosarcoma and as the book goes on we see their new-found relationship develop.
“That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.”
John Green writes in a way that is fresh and captures your attention. You fall in love with…
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This is my first Colleen Hoover’s book and it will never be the last. Its so fantastic. The whole plot, storyline was so beautiful and yet sorrowful at the same time. The bonds we had with each every characters was so strong. There were so much depths in the characters. I almost died when the about the plane crash. Thank god all of them was alright. I was warn that all Colleen Hoover’s book will always have a real sad point. I knew it must have been with the baby, but never did I know it was like that.
The relationship of Tate and Miles is so messed up. How could she agree with such agreement. Friends with benefits? He had just used her and left her on the table. Such a horrible person. How could someone even do that! He did became who he was now was due to…
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After I Do // Taylor Jenkins Reid
4.8 stars out of 5
“A Little Bit Stronger” Sara Evans
Women’s Fiction/Contemporary Romance
From the author of Forever, Interrupted—hailed by Sarah Jio as “moving, gorgeous, and at times heart-wrenching”—comes a breathtaking new novel about modern marriage, the depth of family ties, and the year that one remarkable heroine spends exploring both.
When Lauren and Ryan’s marriage reaches the breaking point, they come up with an unconventional plan. They decide to take a year off in the hopes of finding a way to fall in love again. One year apart, and only one rule: they cannot contact each other. Aside from that, anything goes.
Lauren embarks on a journey of self-discovery, quickly finding that her friends and family have their own ideas about the meaning of marriage. These influences, as well as her own healing process and…
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You can say I cheated or that I didn’t set the bar too high for my challenge. If you don’t know, I set my Goodreads goal to be 40 books this year. My last years was 20, but I ended up reading 50. Now you may ask (if you’re not following me on Goodreads), how did you manage to read so many books so quickly? Here’s the quick and simple answer: comics.
I started the year off good, reading six books in January. But then I discovered comics, so I wanted to give them a try, and see how I like this new genre and style of storytelling. Little did I know that I’d be giving up a whole reading month to just reading comics. When I went on Goodreads, all of the comics were listed by issues, so as I started marking each single issue as “read”…
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Hello! Welcome to a series review which includes my favorite animal the wolf. The “Wolves of the Beyond” series By: Kathryn Lasky follows Faolan in his adventures along with his friends. Faolan is a gnaw wolf which means that he has a deformity. The gnaw wolves are the lowest rank amount the clans, who sadly get treated very poorly. But then again there are people in real life that are similar to the gnaw wolves, wether it be in the fact they have a deformity or get treated badly or even both. But that’s not what I’m here to talk about today, I’m talking about a book about wolves. Faolan was taken away from his mother like all “machaldahs”(sorry if I spelled it wrong) and left on a “tumfraw” (this I know I spelled right) to die or maybe if they are strong enough survive. If they do survive then…
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“–the way you experience things,in your life span, so wildly and deeply and all at once,”
I just love that quote. ❤️
I NEED A COURT OF MIST AND FURY NOW!!!
A COURT of THORNS and ROSES (ACOTAR) was mesmerizing.
For the Goodreads synopsis of the book, click here 👈🏼
When I started ACOTAR I had little to no knowledge about what’s going to happen.
It’s actually based on both Beauty and the Beast & Cinderella. Although it’s more Beauty and the Beast than Cinderella. The thing is I never knew it was based off anything at all! So when I started it, I was like “Woah, this is oddly familiar”. All I knew about the world was that it had faeries and mortals. Yeah told you no knowledge at all.
I already read Throne of Glass (#1 of the Throne of Glass Series) till Heir of Fire (#3) by the…
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