I'm sure you've been wondering for an incredibly long time: "What exactly does it take to become one of Michele's favourite characters?" Well, I've got some great news for you - that's what this list is all about!
I really felt like this was a perfect way to end Lara Jean's story. I was a little apprehensive when I first heard that this book was being published, because I knew that the series was originally supposed to only be two books. I was worried that the story would seem contrived, and that a false-feeling "happily ever after" would be foisted upon us. I should have simply had faith in Jenny Han.
Theodora Fox has always longed to join her father on his treasure-hunting missions - but she always ends up left behind in hotel rooms. Always, that is, until her father needs rescuing. Now it's up to Theodora to find Vlad Dracula's cursed ring and save her father, all while evading the sketchy characters that seem to be following her every move.
Aru Shah is a liar. She doesn't necessarily mean to be a liar - she has such a large imagination that is sometimes difficult for her stories to stay firmly grounded in reality. One of her lies quickly gets out of hand, however, and Aru accidentally frees the Sleeper from his prison. Now Aru must stop the demon before it's too late!
We all have them. Those books that you've been meaning to read that you just never seem to get around to. Maybe someone told you to read it, maybe you feel like you really should read it, or maybe you genuinely have always wanted to read it, but, for whatever reason, you still haven't. Here's …
When Daisy Jones joined forces with The Six, they created one of the most influential albums of all time, and they became the most popular band on the planet. But now, for the first time, the world will know how they made it to the top.
Nothing gets me more excited than loving a book that I didn't think that I'd enjoy. And this Top Ten Tuesday is all about that - books that you loved that were outside of your comfort zone.Top Ten Tuesday was originally hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but has since moved over the That Artsy Reader Girl. …
In one of the first books to feature time-travel, a mechanic from nineteenth century New England is knocked out during a fight and wakes up in Camelot. He decides that with all of his knowledge of the modern world, he should be able to run the whole country himself in three weeks.
The playground is no what it used to be. Nadia is charging a Playground Tax for all of the fun things, and Robin refuses to pay. Not only does Robin not get to play on the playground, but she can't even hang out with her best friend, Mary Ann, because they haven't spoken since the school year started. When Robin decides to take justice into her own hands, she faces the fury of Assistant Principal Johnson, and becomes the outlaw of Nottingham Elementary.
Sorry for the radio silence over here - I injured my arm while I was in France and then was not able to get it taken care of, and (long story short) I wasn't able to move for the first two weeks of August and today is the first day that I've actually pulled out my laptop and typed anything in over a month. But! I have been reading! Because I haven't really been able to do anything else. Here's an update: