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🚨SPOILER ALERT 🚨ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED :: MARCH 2 2017 PUBLISHER :: SCHOLASTIC PRESS SERIES :: THE SIN EATER'S DAUGHTER PRECEDES BY :: THE SLEEPING PRINCE AUTHOR :: MELINDA SALISBURY PAPERBACK :: 320 PAGES RATING :: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 SYNOPSIS :: The rebellion is in peril.The dangerous Sleeping Prince, once thought to be nothing more than a fairy tale,… Continue reading Book Review :: The Scarecrow Queen by Melinda Salisbury
🚨SPOILER ALERT 🚨 ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED :: MAY 31 2016 PUBLISHER :: SCHOLASTIC PRESS PRECEDED BY :: THE SIN EATER'S DAUGHTER SERIES :: THE SIN EATER'S DAUGHTER HARDCOVER :: 336 PAGES AUTHOR :: MELINDA SALISBURY RATING :: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 SYNOPSIS :: Ever since her brother Lief disappeared, Errin's life has gone from bad to worse. Not only… Continue reading Book Review :: The Sleeping Prince by Melinda Salisbury
🚨MIGHT CONTAIN SPOILERS🚨 AUTHOR :: MELINDA SALISBURY PUBLISHER :: SCHOLASTIC PRESS ORIGINALLY RELEASED :: FEBRUARY 5, 2015 GENRE :: FANTASY, YA FICTION RATING :: ★★★★★ SYNOPSIS :: Twylla is a non-royal, goddess embodied girl living in a castle, betrothed to the prince of Lormere and lives with him and his mother, the Queen as well… Continue reading Book Review :: The Sin Eater’s Daughter by : Melinda Salisbury
Originally published: April 24, 2001 Author: Daniel Handler Page count: 256 Illustrator: Brett Helquist Publisher: HarperCollins Genres: Gothic fiction, Absurdist fiction, Steampunk, Mystery Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Vile Village is the seventh book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, written by Lemony Snicket aka Daniel Handler. In this book, the Baudelaires are sent to live with an… Continue reading The Vile Village by: Lemony Snicket [BOOK REVIEW]
🚨 SPOILER AHEAD 🚨 ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED :: April 11, 2017 PUBLISHER :: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers AUTHOR :: MELISSA DE LA CRUZ BOOK GENRE :: FICTION/YA FICTION/HISTORY HARDCOVER :: 368 pages RATING :: 💏💏💏💏 /5 He had written her reams and reams of letters, as well as a poem that she kept folded in a… Continue reading Book Review :: Alex & Eliza by Melissa De La Cruz
I believe the issue with movies that have been inspired by books is being able to reflect the emotions of each character in a way the audience may relate to as well as recognize from its original story.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED :: 2005 PUBLISHER :: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers AUTHOR :: RACHEL COHN PAPERBACK :: 352 pages GENRE :: YA FICTION RATING :: 🍤🍤🍤🍤/5 Why do adults think every girl who isn’t some overachieving nitwit needs to be reassured about her intelligence? Folks, my self-esteem is just fine, thanks. I may not be… Continue reading Book Review :: Shrimp
Reading Challenge : 50 Books Read : 45 Reading Challenge for 2018 : 30 I had a lot of fun reading all sorts of books in 2017. I've always been a bookworm but I took my book addiction a little further last year and read almost every free moment of my day. Although I have… Continue reading 2017 Reading Recap.
I did not think I would ever read the entire Bible and was close to having a panic attack when, about 3 weeks before the end of 2017, I realized that the last 4 books of the Bible I had left to read were some of the longest books in the Old Testament.