• Challenges,  Tags

    Desert Island Book Tag

    Before I start out this post I just want to give a big shout out to theorangutanlibrarian for nominating me for this book tag! Theorangutanlibrarian has an amazing blog and if you are interested in books and pretty much anything to do with reading this is the blog you need to follow! Water — A book you simply cannot live without The Harry Potter Series By J. K. Rowling of course! Food — A book that is a close second on your favourites list The Little Prince By Antoine De Saint-Exupery Shelter — A book that makes you feel at home and safe The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy By Douglas Adams Flare Gun…

  • Favorites,  Game Of Thrones,  Reviews

    My Favorite Books Of 2015

    *Warning: May Contain Spoilers* This year I have tried to do a lot of new things (like start blogging) and so I tried to read more books than I usually do. I tried to read at least one book a week and these are some of my favorite books I have read this year in no particular order. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Leuithan “You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friends nose” I read this book pretty recently and absolutely fell in love with it. Honestly everything John Green does is pure genius but in this…

  • Reviews

    Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* “You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friends nose” Will Grayson, Will Grayson is another enchanting novel by John Green and David Leuithan that I have absolutely been obsessed with lately. It has the realistic yet engrossing characters and plot that we have now learned to associate with John Green while on the other hand it also has a darker and definitely relatable side that Leuithan is responsible for. This collaboration of writers is so perfect because they both bring out the struggles of both being a teenager and being homosexual so well. Green’s Will Grayson is admittedly…

  • Reviews

    Book Review: Paper Towns

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* John Green’s Paper Towns is easily a classic and officially one of my favorite books. His style of making the characters painfully realistic and relatable just makes the book better. John Green brings to life characters and plot lines that no other author could do so well. He never stops to try to make his characters perfect and pleasing to the reader but instead brings out their flaws clearly, not hiding any details. The first John Green book I have ever read was An Abundance Of Katherines and since then I have admired his writing skills. His books bring out emotions no one even knew existed. Green…