Wrapping Up 2015

Another year is coming to an end, and oh wow, this was a heck of an year.

For started, back in the first week of the year i published here my first entry, then i didn’t even know what to do with this blog, i mean i had some ideas but i although i put some of them in words, my mind was pretty vague.

Any way, since then i started posting more frecuently and next year i hope will be even better. <fingers crossed>.

I started this year with only one goal, maybe two… I wanted to read 50 books, then i changed it for 100 when i saw i was in a good reading place, since then i managed this:tumblr_nveyloYHXu1uhggrro9_250 - עותק

Which is awesome, i read way more than i expected at first. Also, this year i found so many great books, new ones and a little older that i haven’t read, and it was incredible.

Somehow i managed to buy more than 100 books (obviously, because only in November i bought about 37), and i’m hoping i’ll get to many of them next year, meaning already tomorrow.

Sadly i didn’t get to some of the books i was planning to; The Ask and the Answer, Monsters of Men, The Magicians & We Are Completely Beside Ourselves. But really, i got to some of the best i’ve read anyway. It was real fun.

Apart of books […] i got to some really great stuff, back in August i got to travel to London all by myself, and it was epic, i visited so many places!

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Greenwich, museums, churches, Shakespeare’s Globe, a Lord of the dance show, i saw [finally!!] the change of guard at Buckingham Palace!, i went to an event where i got to meet in person David Levithan (one of my favorite authors!!), Lisa Williamson and Louise O’Neill!

I also visited The Making Of Harry Potter ! and travelled by train to Cardiff where i went to The Doctor Who Experience

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Man, i enjoyed every second of my visit to England. It was the best trip  ever [i’m already planning my next trip there].

IMG_6306Wow, i’m completely forgetting to talk about  the most important thing!! I adopted a beautiful dog back in March [like, how could i forget?! he is nagging me to go out right this moment!], my sister and I adopted this cutie we called Chobi, he was born in February and we got him from his mom’s owner, with whom we are still in touch.

Anyhow… let’s keep moving…

Oh! I almost forgot the Cirque Du Soleil! I saw the show in July and it was amazing, next year if they come i’ll be (again) in the first row to see them!

As for tv shows and anime watched; i started watching some great shows this year; Air Crash Investigation (XD), Sleepy Hollow, The Librarians, Tokyo Ghoul, Terror in Resonance, Sense8, Heroes (one of my favorite shows ever) Reborn, iZombie, Fresh Off The Boat, Mr. Robot… Digimon got back! (which reminds me i haven’t talked about it since March or April…) and the new Detective Conan movie !

Yep, i had a busy with nonsense year, also thin kabout the fact that Sleepy Hollow and The Librarians i saw twice, The Big Bang Theory got the same treat this year … isaw it all twice in a row. Currently i’m rewatching another of my favorites, The Office.

So, anyhow… although the past week was a difficult one i spent mostly in bed, most of the year was spent in a great capacity, for what concerns me.

Next year i’m looking forward to some really good looking books, my TBR list stands with about 372 books right now, the premiere of Shadowhunters (!) of which i’ll be talking about the moment it happens! the Cirque Du Soleil as i said before, some  book to movie adaptations, start my Biotechnology studies (i hope) and finding a  new (and better) job!

I hope your year was good and the next one even better! For all our dreams to come true, to have hope and believe in ourselves even more!

Thank you so much for everything,  for been there, for reading what i had to say and i hope to see you next year! I hope you all start 2016 the best way possible.

My best wishes to yo and all my love,

C.

 

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The Hunt Trilogy by Andrew Fukuda

People, it’s time…

Today i  wanna talk about a trilogy i found completely by accident, while looking for books to order from BookDepository, and the moment i started reading the first book i knew i’ll be reading the whole trilogy, because it’s awesome. Sadly i haven’t found many reviews or commens on it, so i decided to give it a push and help spreading the word about these books.
The Hunt (The Hunt, #1)The Prey (The Hunt, #2)The Trap (The Hunt, #3)

 

 

 

 

 

The Hunt (2012), The Prey (2013) and The Trap (2013) by Andrew Fukuda

Genre: Dystopian, Horror, Paranormal, Adventure, Vampires (not the regular ones you get in YA novels)
Pages: 296 – 326 – 320, respectively
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Rating: 4.25 stars (overall)

Summary: Don’t Sweat.  Don’t Laugh.  Don’t draw attention to yourself.  And most of all, whatever you do, do not fall in love with one of them.

Gene is different from everyone else around him.  He can’t run with lightning speed, sunlight doesn’t hurt him and he doesn’t have an unquenchable lust for blood.  Gene is a human, and he knows the rules.  Keep the truth a secret.  It’s the only way to stay alive in a world of night—a world where humans are considered a delicacy and hunted for their blood.

When he’s chosen for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt the last remaining humans, Gene’s carefully constructed life begins to crumble around him.  He’s thrust into the path of a girl who makes him feel things he never thought possible—and into a ruthless pack of hunters whose suspicions about his true nature are growing. Now that Gene has finally found something worth fighting for, his need to survive is stronger than ever—but is it worth the cost of his humanity?

(summary taken from GoodReads)

My Opinion On The Trilogy:

When you start reading the first book you’ll probably think this sounds like a Hunger Games rip off, I know.

Gene is a lone human in a city full of duskers (a kind of vampires, very aggressive, willing to die trying to eat any human they would find), in a world where humans are believed extinct except for the ones the Ruler has for him and his people.

When one day he is chosen by a raffle to participate in a hunt for the last humans, an event that will be televised for the rest of duskers in the city, his secret is at risk, he hasn’t have the abilities duskers have and he knows that if he doesn’t do something to keep on hiding his life is over.

When the event starts all hell breaks loose and Gene has to take care of himself, his humanity and his sanity. And all these while doing the right thing for himself and his kind.

The story is full of action, fast paced and very complex, even if it doesn’t seem so at first. Also, the books are pretty short, so it is an easy and fast reading .

The main setting of each book is different, so the dynamics on each of them is very unique, which is kind of difficult to find in many books.

The descriptions were so vivid it was like watching it all myself in real life. The ‘vampires’ in the books are pretty scary, they don’t just drink blood, they have a taste for human flesh, and they’ll do anything to get it.

As the books progress, the story develops to deeper levels, which were made really good. When reading the first book you may get a lot of questions without answers, then in the second it starts growing even more, actually the second book got me so tense because i needed answers, it was driving me crazy. But by the end of book three you’ll get all the answers. I don’t think there was any issue unfinished.

I really loved the characters, i mean, the humans being hunted, they were all such dears, i liked them a lot. Gene was a good natured leader, his heart was in the right place, also, apart of a time or two that i felt like he was being a coxmplete idiot… his character was a good one.

Although the only pov we get (at least in the first two books) is Gene’s, later there’s another one that i enjoyed very much [no spoilers],the author managed to get all the vibe from the story.

Anyway, in my opinion [and without spoilers] the books were a very fun ride, i wish more people would read it, because it totally kicks a**,  i has a great time reading them and i’m pretty sure i’ll reread them.

 

 

 

 

New Year’s resolutions | 2016

As 2016 approches i started to look back on how this year went, and i checked on my resolutions for this 2015, which weren’t many, just read more than last year (…). I got to admit that as far as it goes i couldn’t have done anything else either way but this 2016 i’m going to try harder.

These past few months i’ve improved a lot; i read many books and started blogging more frecuently, so i decided that it’s time to take myself seriously and do something with about it.

So, after thinking about this stuff a lot i decided to write down my resolutions in the place where nothing ever disappears, the internet, so i can’t take them back.

Without farther nonsenses, here are my new year resolutions for 2016:

Books resolutions:

  • Read at least 4 non-fiction books
  • Read at least 20 of the books i’ve already own
  • Read (at least) 3 complete trilogies
  • Read 2 Shakespeare’s plays
  • Reread 2 favorites
  • Read (at least) 2 completed manga
  • Finish reading a series i started and put on hold
  • Read a classic every month

Blogging resolutions:

  • Start doing the Top 5 Wednesday
  • Post a book review once a week
  • Post at least three times a week

For my entertainment – resolutions:

  • Watch at least 20 of the anime waiting on myanimelist
  • Go to the movies at least once a month
  • Get out more
  • Watch all the Star Wars movies
  • Do something unexpected once every two months

To Do And Not Do resolutions:

  • Leave tumblr.&facebook for good
  • Play less Sims
  • Buy books only if really necessary
  • Start cooking more
  • Take care of everything so i can start studying by October
  • Go back to therapy
  • Find one beautiful little thing every week
  • Be neater in my room
  • Find a new job
  • Start writing more

 

Favorite Books | 2015

Yes! the year is ending soon, so i thought i could share my favorite readings of 2015, in case you didn’t read those and wanted some kind of opinion. This way, if you find you agree with my views, then maybe next year you can check out my recommendations and so… that’s what i do with the reviewers i follow at least, and it brought me incredible results. Although i read all these books in 2015 it doesn’t mean they were all published this year, i’m kind of catching up with a lot of books right now…[i’m trying my best here]..

So, without further comments, let’s start talking about my favorite books of the year!

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ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES by Jennifer Niven

This is by far the book i loved most this year. Maybe it’s my favorite book of all time, really. It’s been a long while since i got so attached to a character from a book. The way Jennifer wrote about so difficult topics, it really moved me. I mean, for me the characters, specially Finch and Violet, were so real and alive, i felt their happiness and their pain. I loved them  so much, and i cried a lot too. Mmm, at first i wasn’t sure if i wanted to read it because i knew it was a very emotional book, but when i saw it in the bookstore i knew i needed it. Oh my gosh… if i hadn’t read this book. Truth be told, the book talk about depression and other mental issues, it’s raw and truthful. It may break your heart once or twice,  but it’s such an incredible book the heart break it’s worth it. Yeah, i’m still having trouble breathing while remembering some parts of the book, but i think the ‘scar’ it left me it’s one of the best things to ever happen to me. It made me think so much about some things.. I love it, and i recommend it to all, okay, not to kids, but to all grown ups, even if you are not a ‘young adult’ anymore.

16068905FANGIRL by Rainbow Rowell

If i have to pick a character in literature that remind me of myself, i’ll say hands down, the main character of this book, Cather. I’ve never really found a ‘me’ character in the books i read, and i have to admit that this made it so much funnier to read, it felt real. With characters really taken from an everyday life, this book will speak to all many young and not so young book lovers out there. I totally loved the fact that Cather is a bookish person herself, but not a hipster one, she is just one of the fangirls (obviously), one of those that get too attached to the characters and writes fanfiction on her free time (and sometimes not so free time). Also, the fact that this is not a book about a girl starting as a geek and then becoming super popular, she grows a lot in the book and develops better social skills, but it’s not like that. I think this book is very well written and handled, it’s funny and realistic. It gets the mind of a almost grown up discovering other sides life perfectly.

13262783EVERY DAY by David Levithan

A’, the main character of this book, is one of my favorite characters ever. Lacking a body, and perpetually waking every morning being another person, A’ isn’t just an interesting character, but a very complex one. The topics brought up in the book, about what makes us human, what do we really love in the other person, what can we be, what do we think we deserve and what we really deserve, are so powerful and they were well managed. I was incredibly touched by the wise words the author used so many times. I learnt a lot from this book, really. The companion to this book ‘Another Day’ was released this year, and i got the oportunity to meet the author when he was presenting the book in the UK, which was one of the highlights of my year. The man himself is as inspirational as his work, and you could see that he writes from the heart. It was amazing.

17347389THE DREAM THIEVES by Maggie Stiefvater

I really wanted to talk about the whole series, because i read the three books already available of The Raven Cycle, but then decided to highlight the one i liked the most, although obiviously i think they are all great books. This book is the second in the quartet, and it developed to places i didn’t think the books were heading to at all. When reading the first book, i liked it a lot, but because of the writing style of the author i wasn’t sure i would keep reading.. Anyway, the moment i got this one i knew i was in for good. The book focus a lot in my favorite character of the series, Ronan Lynch, and we get to such deep and personal places with him, it totally changed my opinion on his character, and made me love him a lot. Yeah, as i said before, i’m not sure the writing style is for everyone, but if you are willing to give it a shot, i’m pretty sure you won’t be disappointed. Also, the story is so original and simply amazing, i’m bitting my nails waiting for the last book to come out next year. A great reading indeed.

229109001THE REST OF US JUST LIVE HERE by Patrick Ness

With the idea that not all of us were born for ‘greatness’, this book shows us that we are actually heroes anyway, we are the heroes of our lives [cliche, i know but so real]. Yeah, we may not save the whole world from imminent destruction, but we can make our days count, not only for ourselves, but for the people around us.

20649195BECAUSE YOU’LL NEVER MEET ME by Leah Thomas

This book is about the friendship between two boys that only know each other by mail, one of them has a  sort of allergy of electricity and the other one is  blind.. Yeah, this may sound as your regular book about teenage angst, but the thing is… this book was so much more than i expected… I mean, it starts as a regular YA book but then develops to so much more than  that, i was very pleased with the way it  took

23058402 THE ART OF BEING NORMAL by Lisa Williamson

I’ll admit i’d never heard about this book up until the moment i went to an event in London where the author was presenting the book. And i wasn’t about to take it until she read a chapter of the book, if i remember it right it was chapter 23(which i found to be a very emotional one), when she finished i was tearing up pretty much, a lot. The book is about David, a 14-years old boy that feels he was born in the wrong body, and the new kid at school, Leo, who only wants to blend in. Life will (obviously) find a way for them to meet and a friendship will develop. I loved this book so much, i don’t really have words to explain why, but the two boys were so sweet and their pain felt so real to me. It was a great reading, I may or may not give up some activities while in London in order to keep reading it…

 A MONSTER CALLS by Patrick Ness

I already talk about in the November Wrap Up about how much i loved this book and the fact that i think every kid should read it, everyone should read it, really. This book talks about something we all go through, the loose of people we love. Colin’s mom is dying of cancer, his life in school is harsh because he is getting bullied and his grandma came to take care of him when his mom is in treatment. Colin’s also being visited by an old tree next to his house. The way the book manages to talk about the grief, the pain, the fear of losing people we love and having life changed forever is something that will stay with me forever.

 READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline

Everyone is using the virtual world of Oasis not only as a game but as a way of living, kids go to school there, people meet and make friends there, everything is possible there. When the creator of Oasis dies stating that all his money will go to the first person to find the easter egg he planted on the world, the biggest hunt in the world begins. Our hero Wade is on of the egg’s hunters and as we see him trying to find it, we also see how this world affects humans’ lives, what the world has become with this new technology out and more. I’m not a huge fan of this kind o narratives where everything or almost everything happens within the virtual world, but i have to admit the story was so engaging it was difficult to put the book down.

ELEANOR & PARK by Rainbow Rowell

This sweet book about young love is so simple and yet,  it’s story will stay with you for a long time. I really love Rainbow’s style of writing, i think it has some sort of ‘magic’ to it. I enjoyed reading this book so much, mostly because the characters were so alive and so true. I don’t know how to really describe all the feelings that i went through when reading the book. It was just amazing, i totally recommend it.

9750937MY NAME IS MEMORY by Ann Brashares

The moment i started reading this book i knew i’ll love it. This is Daniel and Lucy’s love story, a love that goes beyond time and life. Daniel remember his past lives as if they were this one, and for ages he is being in love with Lucy’s soul (i guess) and in every life he looks for her, but things never go his way. The story goes back and forward between their meetings in their lives, each story is super sweet and lovely, i absolutely adored it. Daniel’s character was a sweetheart and i felt his hurt every time. Although many people said it ended unsatisfying and it was a little true, i think the story itself is worth it even with that ending. Anyway by any chance the author would write a sequel, i’ll be first in line to get the book.

17571564HYPERBOLE AND A HALF by Allie Brosh

OMG, this book was hillarious, i mean.. from the very begining it was such a fun reading, i loved it. True, it had some more serious topics brought up, like depression and such and i have to say it was too real..it was so well explained it felt very right for me. So, because this book was so real and such fun i totally adored it, so much. I even managed to convince my sister to read it, and she is loving it too. So, now i’m waiting for the author’s next book which will come out next year [and i forgot to add it to my RASAP (reading as soon as possible) list].

SIMON VS THE HOMO SAPIENS AGENDA by Becky Albertalli

Wow, okay, this book was the sweetest and happiest thing i’ve read all year. Full of fun and easiness, the way Simon talks is one of my favorite things on the book. The romance is sweet but even then not too heavy, most of the time Simon and his love interest only talk by emails and he doesn’t know who Blue (the other boy) is. Oh, did i mention Simon is gay? Well, yeah… and the story begins when his secret is threatened by one of his peers. The story is not only about love, but friendship and family. I enjoyed every second of this reading and i’m looking forward to reread it next year. Also, i’m waiting for the next book the author will published, because i really liked her style and i’m planning on supotying her works as much  as possible.

 

Well people, that’s it for the moment … To be honest i wanted to bring 15 books but only managed 13 that really brought up all the feelings when i read them… well, actually more, because some of the books have sequels or companions that i read but felt a little redundant, but i really liked all The Raven Cycle books very much, Another Day (companion of every day) and Carry on (sort of spin off of Fangirl)…

Summing up, this was a great year, these are only the books i loved way too much for my own sanity (:p), but there were many excelent books i got to enjoyed… I hope  2016 will be at least this exciting!

‘Til Next Time 😉

Books I did not finish | 2015 edition

Hello there! So today i’ll be talking a bit about the books -i remember- starting reading over the year and why i didn’t finished them… obviously, my opinions are  nothing more than that,  opinions. I have no intent of offending anyone or any book, for all I know you’ll find here in my list your most beloved books and will think i’m an idiot for not liking them…

Please remember, each person has their own taste in books as in all other things, the fact that  i didn’t enjoy these books (so much) doesn’t mean anything.. I just thought about sharing my experience with these books, mostly because if you felt the same maybe in the future or in my previous recommendations you may find something you’ll like and so…

I hope you enjoy the post 🙂

Shiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls, #1)Description [HERE]

Because I really enjoyed reading The Raven Cycle I decided to give a chance to another series by the author. By the summary I thought the story would be a nice and sweet story but after just a few chapters I couldn’t stand it. I’m not sure if it’s because of the writing style of the author which is pretty special and sometimes is a little weary and tiring or because I didn’t like the main characters. Anyway, I had to put it aside because I just couldn’t stand it any longer.

TimeRiders (TimeRiders, #1)Description [HERE]

I really enjoyed this book when i started reading it and the idea of it was great… But at some point for some reason I couldn’t concentrate on it anymore, I didn’t understand what was going on who was who and such, so I had to stop reading it, hoping one day I’ll get to pick it up again.

 

 

The Darkest Minds (The Darkest Minds, #1)Description [HERE]

Okay, so a lot of people talks about this trilogy, everyone seems to love it and had enjoyed it. That’s the main reason I picked it up really, only I couldn’t click with it, even though the premise is one that got my eyes. I love books about people with superpowers but for me this one just wasn’t working.  Maybe it wasn’t the right time to read it though. Now, another series by the same author is coming up next year and I’ll try that, maybe after getting used to her style I’ll be able to read this book at last.

Clockwork Princess (The Infernal Devices, #3)Description [HERE]

While waiting for the last book in The Mortal Instuments series i decided to start reading The Infernal Devices. Most of the people I know enjoyed this trilogy more than the original series, as for me, i find the love triangle of the books completely annoying and after reading the first two books and started the third one I decided I don’t really care about it… at least for now, maybe someday I’ll get back to the book, after all it’s the last one and I love the shadow world very much…

We All Looked UpDescription [HERE]

Mmm, I knew I wanted this book the moment I saw it. At first I had no idea what was it about, but after getting it I thought it would be a great reading. Only not really, I couldn’t click with the characters, they annoyed me really badly and after getting to the middle of the book I decided I didn’t care what would happen next. I’m sure though lots of people may find the book very enjoyable, and I recommend it for YA contemporary lovers, the fact that the book wasn’t for me doesn’t mean it was a bad one.

A Darker Shade of Magic (A Darker Shade of Magic, #1)Description [HERE]

So many people talk about this book and every single one loved it. Well, not everyone, I didn’t. This really annoys me, mostly because it was so difficult to get! It took me weeks and weeks to finally find and get it!  I started it before my trip to London, and maybe if I would’ve taken it with me I could have read it just because I really needed a book to read, instead I bought some and read those. I kind of feel bad for not liking this one, but really, is it that good? If it is, and you think I need to give a second chance tell me, I’m willing to give it another shot, not right now maybe, but next year for sure.

Beauty QueensDescription [HERE]

Okay, so books that include plane crashes may not be the best idea for me. But that’s not the reason I put down this book.. This was the first time I tried one of Libba Bray’s books and  I didn’t know her writing style which, apparently, I don’t like much.

 

 

Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) Description [HERE]

Another book everybody loves, and one I personally am not thinking about picking up again. I’m not sure why but people seem to not notice the main character is a complete Mary Sue that can do everything and is super pretty and is an incredibly talented killer and is [spoilers], because yeah, this book is pretty obvious and I’m fairly sure I know how the series is going to end, so I figured, why bother?

 

Between the Lines Description [HERE]

I loved reading Inkheart by Cornelia Funke, so I told to myself, another book about people from books? That’ll be awesome! And though the idea is great and I enjoyed reading it, at some point I just found myself putting excuses to not read it when I had free time, so I decided to put it aside for a while and I’ll come back at some point, because I really liked it, it just wasn’t the right time.

 

We Were LiarsDescription [HERE]

This book was everywhere last year, but I never thought I’ll give it a chance, until while in London I saw it by half price and told myself “why not?” … I tried reading it, but for some reason after getting to page 15 I couldn’t keep reading, so now it’s sitting there, hoping one day I may want to read it… I just hope no one spoils the story for me before (and if) I get to it.

 

The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir who got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe Description [HERE]

I took this book with me to London this summer, something about the idea of me and the book sharing a journey seemed nice. Only I forgot to whom this book is, i mean,… because it’s regular fiction and not young adult, I rapidly found I couldn’t click with the characters, so I put it aside.. Maybe when i’m more into ‘regular’ fiction..

 

AfterworldsDescription [HERE]

I’ve been meaning to read this boo for ages, then I bought it when I was in London and started reading it, but I bought so many books back then .. I started reading other books and because I’m not very convinced with the author’s style I put it down once and hadn’t picked it up again since… Although the idea is super interesting and I loved the main characters, so I’m pretty sure I’ll give it another chance… maybe next year.

 

Outlander (Outlander, #1)

Description [HERE]

So many booktubers were talking about this book and the tv show I thought of giving it a chance, only to then find out it new adult fiction, which is not of my liking really, too much romance and drama for this gal.. Although Jamie was a sweetheart, it feel a little too much for me, also the book was super tiny and it was uncomfortable to read from… I thought of keep watching the show, but i didn’t either [tbh]… I can understand why so many people like it, althought not why so young gals do.. to me it felt like a book for 30-somethings. Anyway, just in case you’re interesting, the writing is wonderful, really.

‘Tis The Season Book Tag

Book tag time comes early this week, mostly because I wanted to post something wintery/christmasy …

This tag was created by RichardDenney . Hope you enjoy it! :3

1. Do you have a favorite Winter read?

Mmm, not really. Maybe one of the Harry Potter books, mostly because Harry Potter is a great reading for any season…although i guess that if i was reading A Song of Ice and Fire, it would be the perfect reading for winter…

2. Find a book with blue on the cover!

Made You UpSo, i haven’t read this book yet.. but it’s waiting for me in my kindle. Any way, i love the cover a lot. Like, seriously is gorgeous.

 

 

 
3. Find a book you’d use as the star on a Christmas tree?

The Raven King (The Raven Cycle, #4)Oh my, the moment i saw this cover i fell in love with it, it so beautiful, i can’t describe it really. I can’t wait to have the boo in my hands, not only for the cover though.. i really want to read this book already.

 

 
4. Pick one fictional place that would be perfect for a Winter vacation!

Hogwarts. I want to spend my winter vacation at the most magical place in the world, of course!
5. Pick one fictional character you’d take with you on your Winter vacation!

OH! I want Magnus Bane with me, i’m sure it’ll be lots of fun!
6. Name one book on your Wishlist this year!

1984Mmm, i have so many… but if i have to decide…for ficiton i really want 1984 by George Orwell. As for non-fiction, i’ll be very happy if i could get Columbine by Dave Cullen..

 

 

7. Favorite Holiday drink, treat, & movie?

Hot Chocolate&Cookies(of any kind really)&Home Alone

I’ve seen this movies so many times, and i really can’t imagine a christmas day without it. Like, i watch them every year.. i mean… i’m leaving here now just to do exactly that.

 

 

 

 

Merry Christmas to you all!! I hope you have a great time with your loved ones!

Endgame by Nancy Garden

Hello there,

so before we start with this review i want to say that this one comes with a trigger warning just in case, because i’m not sure how sensitive people may be to the subject, only while reading about some real cases and books like this one (fictional) i realized that i get anxiety and panic attacks because of the sensitive subject. The book is about school shooting and bullying, so if it may trigger you, please stop reading. Thank you. Continue reading