Anne With an “E” Netflix’s Series Adaptation Review

Rating: 5/5 Release Date: 05/12/2017 Networks: Netflix and CBC Adapted from the books Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery Genre: Historical Fiction, Coming of Age Themes: Prejudice, Friendship, Family, Discrimination, Love Overview Anne with an “e”  can’t stop day dreaming, talking and, certainly, can’t stop telling stories. Anne Shirley is an orphan from the 19th…

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor Book Review (non-spoiler)

Rating: 4.5/5 Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Mystery Overview Lazlo Strange, an orphaned librarian’s apprentice,  has an imagination that transcends the most elaborate of dreams. “Dream up something wild and improbable… Something beautiful an full of monsters… All the best stories are.” (Taylor, 115) Fueled by stories, books and fairy tales, since a very young…

The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski Book Review (non-spoiler)

Rating: 5/5 The second installment to the The Winner’s trilogy is even better than the first one. Compared to the Winner’s Curse, the Winner’s Crime has a darker tone and a faster pace. The world building and character development are stronger, and the plot doesn’t focus so much on the romance but on Kestrel’s schemes. Kestrel, once again, slayed.…

2017 Rereading Goals

So, what is the point of loving and owning so many books if we never read them again? It makes no sense. Therefore, I think it’s extremely important to re-experience those worlds and those characters that are so dear to our hearts, because if we don’t, then they will be forgotten and what we might have…