My Thoughts About Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson (Book Review #25)

4 stars out of 5 The book follows the struggle of Mathilda “Mattie” Cook during the yellow fever outbreak in Philadelphia in the year 1793. Mattie lives with her widowed mother and veteran grandfather. They do own a coffee shop that Mattie is dreaming of improving by the time comes that she’ll already be the… Read More My Thoughts About Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson (Book Review #25)

The Top 5 Intimidating-ly Thickest Books On My Shelf (Hardbound Edition)

After watching the latest episode of The Walking Dead yesterday night, which, if one may ask, my most favorite tv series, I ended up with nothing to do. I’m currently on a reading slump and I don’t feel like reading anything. I have this thing that when I am on a reading slump I tend… Read More The Top 5 Intimidating-ly Thickest Books On My Shelf (Hardbound Edition)

My Thoughts About Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys (Book Review #3)

Is it fine to call a book beautifully written when all what’s in it is suffering and death? A World War II book that tackled the struggles of lesser known European countries, this is about Lina Vilkas, a 15 year old girl Lithuanian and the struggle she and her family had to go through during… Read More My Thoughts About Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys (Book Review #3)