What I’m Currently Reading: Life After Life

I’m currently 96 pages into Life After Life. So far, it’s been pretty hard to get into. I know they’re in World War 2 and the main character is supposed to do something to help prevent it. (or at least that’s what I’ve heard) It can be tiring to read because the main character will die ofContinue reading “What I’m Currently Reading: Life After Life”

Do Books that get Turned into Movies Receive too much Attention?

We’ve all gone into Barnes and Noble, we know the books that have been turned into major motion pictures are in the front(at least in the one I go to). Some days they even have there own special stand right when I walk in the store or right when I’m about to check out. BooksContinue reading “Do Books that get Turned into Movies Receive too much Attention?”

The Cabin: I can’t Believe who did it

***Spoilers!*** After my first theory, a lot of information was introduced. There was so much new information I wondered how the main character didn’t know about it in tell now. Did these characters even hang out that often? How could she not know half the terrible things her friends did? It just doesn’t seem realistic, if she’sContinue reading “The Cabin: I can’t Believe who did it”

The Cabin by Natasha Preston: I Think I Already Know who did it

I’m currently 72 pages into The Cabin by Natasha Preston and I think I already know who killed Courtney and Josh. I feel like it’s almost too obvious, he told Josh to, “drop dead,” and if that statement was to subtle for you he also told Josh, “[he’d] kill him.” I believe that the person who saidContinue reading “The Cabin by Natasha Preston: I Think I Already Know who did it”

In a Dark Dark Wood with Psychopaths!

This book is absolutely in insane, take a perfectionist, a ex best friend and a ex boyfriend and you got a nuclear bomb waiting to go off. These people are adults acting like teenagers. I thought this book might be too much like Gone Girl, but the conflicts mixed with subtle good deeds forced me to figure outContinue reading “In a Dark Dark Wood with Psychopaths!”

Books I Plan to Read this Summer

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware I enjoyed reading Ware’s The Woman in Cabin Ten, so I’m hoping In a Dark Dark Wood, will be just as pleasant. I like how she builds up the conflict in her books and layers them so the reader isn’t focused completely one the main idea. Big Little Lies byContinue reading “Books I Plan to Read this Summer”

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, What I’ve Learned

Spoilers! This book was one of the longest books I’ve read so far, and I plan to read The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.  I’m not sure if I’m going to like the fourth book, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, since the author was David Lagercrantz instead of Steig Larrson.Continue reading “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, What I’ve Learned”

The Dying Art of Romance Novels

There’s all kinds of books ranging from science fiction, to realistic fiction, but it seems some people believe that romance has been a degraded genre. I think they’re just repetitive and people are getting bored of reading them. Some of the conflicts are hardly even that difficult for the characters to get over and IContinue reading “The Dying Art of Romance Novels”

One Minute of my Time? What is the World Coming to?

Has my generation really gotten to the point where we can’t we put in ONE MINUTE of our own time to read someone else’s work? I’ll admit I’ve clicked the like button and never actually read someone’s post, but their are some post where I actually committed my time to reading it and helped with discussions onContinue reading “One Minute of my Time? What is the World Coming to?”

Who did it? The Women in Cabin Ten by Ruth Ware

Let me first just talk about the cover, no matter how much someone will try to drill into a readers head that the cover doesn’t matter it still won’t happen. Humans are visual creatures and there isn’t much we can do to change that. The cover on The Women in Cabin Ten literally caught my eye, someContinue reading “Who did it? The Women in Cabin Ten by Ruth Ware”

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