My Thoughts About The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz (Book Review #132)

“Before I nodded off, I thought about what my dad had said — that life wasn’t all nice and neat like a book, and life didn’t have a plot filled with characters who said intelligent and beautiful things. But he wasn’t right about that. See, my dad said intelligent and beautiful things. And he was… Read More My Thoughts About The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz (Book Review #132)

My Thoughts About Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven (Book Review #116)

You are wanted. You are needed. You are loved. Jennifer Niven is really good with playing with the feelings and emotions of her readers. If Violet & Finch’s story in All The Bright Places took you on a roller coaster ride of emotions, in Holding Up the Universe, be prepared for another ride. Niven yet… Read More My Thoughts About Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven (Book Review #116)

6 Book-to-Movie Adaptations that I’m Excited to Watch this Second Half of 2016

Book to movie reviews are now becoming a thing here in my blog. I was not a fan of movies being adapted from books previously but as time goes by, I slowly appreciated it. It no longer became just about comparing the book from the movie. There’s really something about being able to see the… Read More 6 Book-to-Movie Adaptations that I’m Excited to Watch this Second Half of 2016

My Thoughts About Saga, Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer) and Fiona Staples (Artist) (Book Review #103)

The hype is true. The hype is real. Before diving into this graphic novel, my expectations were really very high. I always see this on almost all of the “Top Graphic Novels of all Time” list that I have read or watched. A lot of people are so over the moon with this series that… Read More My Thoughts About Saga, Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer) and Fiona Staples (Artist) (Book Review #103)

My Thoughts About Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson (Book Review #102)

So onto the second graphic novel that I read this year! I read the first volume of Lumberjanes and I must say that this is a gem! 🙂 The first volume, Beware the Kitten Holy, which collects the first four issues, takes place at a summer camp in the middle of the woods – Miss… Read More My Thoughts About Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy by Noelle Stevenson (Book Review #102)

My Thoughts About The Stonekeeper (Amulet #1) by Kazu Kibuishi (Book Review #101)

So I’m back into reading graphic novels! 🙂 Apart from The Walking Dead graphic novels last year, where I managed to only read until Volume 4 (which contains issues 19-24), it’s only until now that I got myself into reading graphic novels again. And I’m on a roll! 😀 I actually started three different graphic… Read More My Thoughts About The Stonekeeper (Amulet #1) by Kazu Kibuishi (Book Review #101)

Book Blog Feature #8: Book Quotes from All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

You probably already know the drill. After a good book read, comes my book quotes. 🙂 And this time, it’s All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. I am now addicted to creating plates for my book quotes. 😀 Like what I said on my previous book quote feature, there’s really something relaxing with creating… Read More Book Blog Feature #8: Book Quotes from All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

My Thoughts About All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (Book Review #99)

The book is a story about sufferings told thru the perspectives of the main characters, two broken 17 year-old high school seniors, Theodore Finch, the school freak, and Violet Markey, the popular school girl. It starts when Violet tries to kill herself by jumping from a bell tower only to be preempted by Finch who… Read More My Thoughts About All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (Book Review #99)

My Thoughts About The Midnight Sea by Kat Ross (Book Review #98)

The book started strongly, sort of somewhat dramatic, as we meet Nazafareen, a young nomadic girl, losing her sister to a wight, a form of Druj or an undead creature. From there the book began with Nazafareen struggling to move on from what happened to her sister. A chance for revenge came one day when… Read More My Thoughts About The Midnight Sea by Kat Ross (Book Review #98)