So, before I go into a rant, I want to state this very clearly that this book was not recommended to me by anyone nor did anyone ever threw it on my face that I HAD to read it. So to say, I dropped the axe on my own leg and chose to suffer and […]Read More Pretty little liars: Review.
⭐⭐⭐. I am going to say it right off the bat. I had problems with this book. I had problems with the main character and I had problems with the writing style. Fortunately for me, I was introduced to Rainbow Rowell through #carryon . Or I might have said that I would never pick anything […]Read More Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell.
Name: Catching fire (#Hungergames 2) Writer: Suzzane Collins Review: 4/5 Breezed right through it in two hours tops. The government is not happy for being humiliated on-screen by a sixteen year old ‘lovesick’ girl. President Snow burns with rage at being shown off. Victory has not been sweet for the winners of the 74th hunger […]Read More Catching fire: Hunger games #2
Name: The Hunger games (#theHungergames 1) Writer: Suzanne Collins. Review: 4/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book deserves recognition. I mean, a book is definitely something for me when it can make me willingly cheer for a sixteen year old girl to kill other kids her age. Suzanne’s writing style is very ingenious. Simple, edgy and very normal […]Read More Hunger games (#1) : Book review
My first book by Agatha Christie and I am dissatisfied and very disappointed. Because with all that hype that surrounds this book; it just didn’t do it for me. I came in for a phenomenal murder mystery that everybody was hyping over but instead I got a cheap murder episode. By all means know that […]Read More Book Review: And then There Were None.
Name: looking for Alaska. Writer: John Green Review: I liked this, yes but it’s not the phenomenon people make it to be. I almost thought I was throwing myself into a new adventure ride like Harry Potter with so much hype around it. But all I got was a sweet pudgy school boy and a […]Read More Review: looking for Alaska by John Green.
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak WaltonRead More The Journey Begins