The Chronicles of Narnia Book #1 Review| I Think I Read The Wrong Book

When I thought of Narnia, I imagined a group of kids walking in and out of a wardrobe cabinet with a talking lion, but instead I read about two kids who were pressured by a creepy uncle, to go into this magical land that he got from a faerie. Let’s just pause and disect this and realize that this uncle was willing to loose a … Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia Book #1 Review| I Think I Read The Wrong Book

The Devil Wears Prada: The Movie Was Better Than The Book | Book vs. Movie Review

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Designer: Lauren Weisberger

Release Season: April 22, 2003

Thread count: 401 pages

Category: Contemporary Fiction, Chick-Lit

Textiles Themes: Capitalism, Leadership, Beauty Is Pain

My Rating: ★★★.5☆☆

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Along Came a Spider: A Good Story But A Tough Read | Book Review

Spoiler Free Where To Buy This Book: Synopsis In the first book of Alex Cross mystery series, Alex is a homicide detective with a PhD in Psychology given the case of finding the whereabouts of two kids who were kidnapped by a teacher from their private school, and not the case about a family of three who were murdered in their apartment in the ghettos … Continue reading Along Came a Spider: A Good Story But A Tough Read | Book Review

Wuthering Heights: Gothic Literature At It’s Best | Book Review

Spoiler free Where To Buy This Book Helpful Links & Tips Meet All 19 Characters of Wuthering Heights (Spoiler Free). This post was very helpful to identify the character during my reading journey. As I was reading the book, all of the characters and the children of the main characters got mixed together, so it was nice that I had it all organized in one … Continue reading Wuthering Heights: Gothic Literature At It’s Best | Book Review

Turtles All The Way Down: John Green’s Next Best Book | Book Review

Spoiler Free Book Review National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Where to buy this book: I finally read Turtles All The Way Down! I bought this book right when this book was released three years ago, but never read it. I loved John Green’s books, but I was scared that this was going to be a let down. Fast forward today, in quarantine, in the mood … Continue reading Turtles All The Way Down: John Green’s Next Best Book | Book Review

A Court of Frost And Starlight: The Book We Could Probably Live Without | Book Review

Spoiler Free Author: Sarah J. MaasSeries: A Court of Thorn and Roses #3.1Release Date: May 1, 2018Page count: 239Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, but mostly Young Adult RomanceThemes: Love, redemption, healingMy Rating: 4.5★/5 Where To Buy This Book: Synopsis This book takes place weeks after the war from A Court of Wings and Ruin, in the heart of where Rhys and Feyre have choosen their home: … Continue reading A Court of Frost And Starlight: The Book We Could Probably Live Without | Book Review

Six of Crows: YA’S Gold Standard of A Thriller | Book Review

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Author: Leigh Bardugo

Release Date: September 29, 2015

Page count: 465

Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy

Themes: Thugs and Thives, Money Talks, Darkness

My Rating:★★★★★

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Synopsis

A soon to be Netflix series in late of 2020, Six of Crows is the young adult fantasy version of the film Ocean’s Eight. Full of action, magic, and wit, Six of Crows is an adrenaline rush ride with a group of thugs and thieves that join a heist. This group of thieves are not afraid to kill, steal, and loose their loyalty for money. Bardugo’s craft allows you to escape into a dark world with a group of thieves and you are the spectator, witnessing all of their crimes.

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The Old Man and the Sea | Book Review: A Perfect Escapism Novella For Quarantine

Author: Ernest Hemingway

Release Date: September 1, 1952

Page count:127

Genres: Fiction, Novella, Allegory

Themes: Defeat, Death, Pride

My Rating:★★★★★

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The Bluest Eye | Book Review

Author: Toni Morrison

Release Date: 1970

Page count: 206

Genres: Fiction, African American Literature

Themes: Beauty, Whiteness, Seeing vs. Being Seen, Sexual abuse

My Rating:★★★★★

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I read this book as part of my book club pick for the month, and I do not regret choosing this book for the month of March. This book has everything one can hope for: wit, humor, beauty, tragedy, and imagination.

Synopsis

This book focuses on the story of Pecola during the Great Depression. Pecola is a young black girl who has an abusive father and a mother who finds comfort in her job of caring for a white home. Pecola is often mocked for her dark skin and prays for blond hair and blue eyes. In this novel, you read the story of Pecola when she was taken care by another family, learn the backstory of Pecola’s parents, and ultimately, the meaning of beauty, race, and class. 

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