Hey there! Welcome back to my blog and thank you for dropping by, welcoming me back to a space you all helped me create <3 I thought that before I get back to regular blogging, I'd do a book tag since I haven't really done one before. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the original creator of [...]
“Audiobooks speak for themselves.” ~ Paul Acampora, I Kill the Mockingbird Haha! Well, yes they do. And if you don't pick a good narrator, there is no way you'll enjoy the book. That's one mistake I made when I first entered the land of audiobooks and I spoke about it in a blog post which also happened [...]
Hi everyone! Every author has their own way of creating their characters, specially protagonists. The big and small details, history and struggles. This year, I read two immensely loved books with protagonists that share a few things in common but one in particular - health. But did I equally like them? Here's a friendly comparison: [...]
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon My rating: 2 of 5 stars In One Line: Misguided representation of a highly sensitive health disorder, unfair and disappointing plot line ; good writing style and a quick read with fun illustrations. Before I begin and tell you the reason why this book disappointed me.. let's look at how this [...]
Dear Diary First thing's first, why do my posts get randomly deleted?! I had to re-post yesterday's blog. Second, WHY IS TIME IN SUCH A HURRY?? IT'S DECEMBER TOMORROW! 5 MORE MINUTES AND IT'LL BE 2018!! WHAAATTT! I woke up around 10-10.30 AM, I suppose. I was grumpy and looked quite funny. Stayed in bed for an [...]
It starts with a series of letters written by Captain Robert to her sister, where he describes his emotions, loneliness and his urge to share his days with someone close. In those letters, we also get to meet a man who was found in the icy sea water, almost dead, saved by the ship's crew. Initially quite, this man starts opening up to the captain and explains how he got here. Victor Frankenstein tells his story to the captain in hopes to warn him about his mistakes and asks him to learn from them.