Please note that this review contains spoilers. Continue reading “Tricia Levenseller – Daughter of the Pirate King”
I first heard about Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor in The Russell Howard Hour and was immediately interested. The whole interview with Adam Kay seemed unbelievable – are there really people that say that doctors want bigger pay and better hours because they are greedy? As it turns out – yes, there are such people. And this is more of a rant about those people than a review. Continue reading “Adam Kay – This is going to hurt”
on goodreads., penned by Stephany Garber, is the first book in series about Scarlett and Donatella and it came out in January 2017. It is a young adult fantasy book with a bit of romance in it.
The second book titled Legendary is scheduled to come out in May 2018.
Please note that this review contains spoilers.
Because I have been out of the book loop for a while, when I looked at the upcoming releases in November, I honestly felt like I am entering a strange neighbourhood. But, after studying and checking out a lot of books, I decided on my five most anticipated books. Here we go! Continue reading “Anticipated Releases: November”
Holly Black is a bestselling author who writes books for children and young adults. She is the author of many well known books, including The Spiderwick Chronicles which I’ve read as a kid. She is mostly writing fantasy stories and her works have received a lot of award nominations. Continue reading “Holly Black – The coldest girl in the Coldtown”
Stephen Chbosky is an American novelist and screenplay writer, who is best known for his book The Perks of Being a Wallflower and screenplays for Rent (film) and Jericho (TV series). The Perks of Being a Walflower were published in 1999 and since then have been turned into a film starring Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller and received a lot of love from fans. Continue reading “Stephen Chbosky – The Perks of Being a Walflower”