Hello! I haven't been on for a month so I thought I'd drop two posts in a day than my usual once-a-week routine. That's obviously not good enough so you can work out a punishment for me if you like. Few weeks ago, I got carried away and started lending my copy of Written in the Stars to … Continue reading Why Being An Overprotective Book Hoarder Is Great
This review/discussion contains spoilers for Harry Potter the Goblet of Fire. Read at your own risk. Just because you have the emotional range of a teaspoon doesn't mean we all have. I'll say it: The fifth HP book was by far the most dramatic one. Yes, Harry was angsty, had his share of temper tantrums … Continue reading Mini Harry Potter Book talk: Ron Weasley Appreciation Post And Why Angsty HP Was Great
Hello everyone. My term break ends today *sobs* so I thought I'd drop off an update since I'm probably going to be inactive in the upcoming weeks or so. I turned 17 a few weeks ago and yesterday, I finally decided to take a trip to the bookstore. I've been meaning to get myself … Continue reading 2017 | Birthday Book Haul
Throughout history, people with new ideas—who think differently and try to change things—have always been called troublemakers. Let me just say that the first Vampire book that I read was Twilight. And well, that is enough to give anyone a bad impression of the Vampire species (sorry twilight fans!). And that is truly a shame … Continue reading Book Review: Shadow Kissed (Mini Review)
Books like these are the reason I have trust issues. You know, the book with the gorgeous cover, the unique title and the catchy slogan which turns out to be a pile of garbage. Unless you like having pretty books on your shelf regardless of the content, here's my advice: Don't purchase this book. Don't fall for the pretty cover. Don't fall for the hype. Don't waste your time. Two out of five whales.
Or, another episode of Veronica Roth Screws Up Again. *Disclaimer: This is going to be painfully negative but it's not written to discourage people from reading this book (wink, wink). Also, I've not read Carve the Mark (it's not like I'm leaving a rating?) but I don't see why that should stop me from talking … Continue reading The Truth About Carve The Mark And Why Sponsored Reviews Suck [RANT]
This was hilarious, feminist and so very messed up but well-written. And hey -- incase you couldn't tell, all the weirdass things about Greek Mythology are narrated by our favourite Seaweed Brain so if that does not convince you to read this, I don’t know what will. 5 out of 5 whales.