Suppose you are an avid reader. (You probably are...)
But you are facing that dilemna that so many of us face. WELL, I have the solution for you as I am going to start doing monthly book suggestions that I would reccomend with a few comments... More →
Generally speaking, there are two types of dystopias: ones where you live in constant fear and ones where everything seems idyllic. Some time ago, I made a list of the scariest dystopias to live in:
This is... More →
For my fourth-year Sparkversary, I’ve decided to honor the actual Sparknotes on Sparknotes by giving my thoughts on the last few literature texts I studied.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
In 17th-century Salem, a woman is condemned for adultery and forced to wear a scarlet “A”... More →
“No thanks. The poor toilet’s never had anything as horrible as your head down it – it might be sick.” – Harry, The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 3
“We’ll send you a Hogwarts toilet seat.” – George, The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 6
“Yeah, he’s off to the Chamber... More →
Hunger is a very, very strong desire that must be fulfilled. So if you are currently hungry for a cheerful adventure story, this is not the book you should read. Within these pages is a story of miserable people hungry for food, horrible people... More →
Cath from Fangirl
Like me, she enjoys writing fanfiction, and often withdraws into a fictional world. Although I’m not complete fandom trash like she is, I’m still very passionate about books and movies that I love.
Anne from Anne of Green Gables
Anne has a powerful imagination, which... More →
We love to quote movies, but books also have hilarious quips the world can’t do without.
“Non-existent cat named Suzie got your tongue?” – Zach, Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter
“There is a proverbial saying chiefly concerned with warning against too... More →