Hello Everyone, I am starting a series on my blog called “Question For The Readers.”
Recently I am reading Every Day by David Leviathan, and I am trying to keep myself from looking at the back of the book because it is so interesting, and I want to know badly what happens to A at the end.
So what about you, Have You Be Tempted To Look At The Back?
This is my review of FanGirl by Rainbow Rowell, a Young Adult Novel.
The book is about a girl, Cath, that wrote fan-fictions and also read it with her twin sister, Wren, but things change when they both leave for college. Cath is not ready and eager to adapt to college life, whereas Wren was as she had refused to share a dorm room with Cath whom she had shared a room with for eighteen years. Cath felt abandoned after Wren left until she found a friend in her wild roommate Reagan and Levi, the boy she found in her room on her first day of school. Continue reading
I love to read books very much, and if you read my about page you will see that I said that I read more than 2000 pages in about 32 hours which is true. I spent last year’s Summer reading and volunteering at the Library. I read up to 7 books before I even read the book that I was supposed to read for my honors class Summer Assignment which is funny and amusing to me. I have been observing the way I read, and I have even asked people about their reading habits recently. Continue reading
This is to say thank you to all my followers, and I’m wishing you guys a very HAPPY EASTER We make mistakes because we are only humans, Continue reading
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I sat down and stared at the plaque that I had won for my extra-ordinary proficiency in oncology, I remember how tears poured down from eye sockets as I went up the stage to collect my award. I was surprised because I was not expecting to have won anything for my generosity and kindness to my patients, and the kids that suffered from serious illnesses especially cancer. My idea and discovery of the way cancer can be cured without using radioactivity. I personally knew that this was a little bit out of the box, I still did not expect it because I was not doing it to be famous or anything. I did it because losing someone you love to disastrous disease makes you want to make sure that human being on earth dies or suffers seriously because of that disease. Continue reading
This is a review of Worth The Wait by Laura Jackson, a christian teen fiction with romance.
It is a story about how the character Ellie get confused in relationship with a lot of things meddling in her mind the of and on of Dylan, the presence of Josh which puts out-of-place while she tries to find and regain her true self. Continue reading
In this book the stereotypical saying that people from the hood die in the hood is broken.
This book is about how three friends Sampson, George, and Rameck struggled their way to success from the hood. This book is a biography of three doctors written by Sharon Draper. This book highlights the act of perseverance that we have to go through to achieve quality life goals.
Reading non-fiction books can sometimes be a heartache because it can be boring, too real, long, too analytic, and sometimes feels like a forced reading. Non-fiction books can be described as realistic books without fantasy. You should know that non-fiction books are not free of imaginations, and not all non-fiction books are biographies or autobiographies, for example, your textbooks can be classified under non-fiction books because they are factual. Reading non-fiction books for most people takes a lot of concentration to comprehend most of the words or message that is passed. Some of the obvious difficulties that we face reading non-fiction books include:
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
This is a review of The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by Emily Lockhart, a book that I read for a Battle of the Books. The story focuses on Frankie, a girl whose outburst was meant to be known by all after hiding in the shadow of her sister Zada. After the summer holiday she came back to school for her sophomore year a different success. She meets the boy Continue reading
Jane Eyre is a British romantic novel written by Charlotte Brontë and published in October 16, 1847. The film was later release on March 11, 2011 in the United States. The story is about the character of Jane Eyre, her growth to adulthood, her complicated family, and her love for her master Mr. Rochester at Thornfield Hall.