As many of you may have realised, I am very fond of the classic fairytale of “Beauty and the Beast”. I wrote a fanfic based on the story, read A Court of Thorns and Roses, written by Sarah J. Maas, and watched the magnificent new movie of this tale which is as old as time! So,…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: An Original Story In A Tale As Old As Time!
When you start reading a book series and the first three novels are super cool and charming and magnificent, you can’t help it but have great expectations for the last two, as well; even if you know that the protagonist is different and you have to get to know them pretty quickly from the beginning,…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Here’s to THE HEIR who thought that THE CROWN could make her powerful!
After reading so many fanfics, original stories based on that tale which is as old as time, even writing my own alternative ending of Beauty and the Beast, I can say with certainty that Sarah J. Maas’ novel, A Court of Thorns and Roses, is by far the most surprising and spontaneous of them all! The novel is…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Reading about a Different Beauty and a Beautiful Beast
Hello everyone and welcome back to another thriving Thursday! Today I’m gonna mumble like a lunatic about the book that literally broke my heart almost a couple of months ago. Well, this has changed of course by now, but at that certain point The One, the third book of The Selection series by Kiera Cass, made me cry!…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The One! And only, I may add!
Almost a couple of months ago, a friend of mine told me that YA is my tribe, the genre that suits me the most. I truly see what she means every time I read a good, young adult novel. Like The Elite, by Kiera Cass, for instance. It is the second instalment of the Selection best-selling series,…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Elite
Come on now, folks. Let’s admit it; every girl has dreamed at least once in her life how different her life would’ve been if she was a Princess. How much her everyday routine would change, how many people would run around her like lost puppies to please her, how tasty the food on her table…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Selection
It is a fact that when you know personally an author, you read their piece of art in a completely different way. It’s like you can hear their voice narrating the story. Or in this case and today’s review, you can hear them recite their poems clearly. At least, that’s how I felt when I…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Goblins, Poems and A Garden