At the start of June, I spun my TBR wheel a total of five times. Each spin provided me with a new challenge regarding what books to read. Go back to my previous post to see what books I chose to try to read in June! I prioritized books with the word "you" in the title because I participated in the Buzzwordathon hosted by Booksandlala in which you had to try and read as many books as possible which had titles that contained that word. Out of the five books I selected, I ended
The only thing crueler than a cage so small that a bird can’t fly is a cage so large that a bird thinks it can fly. This book managed to do so many great things, and I am thoroughly impressed. The prose is incredibly well written, and the details and metaphors used carry throughout the entire novel in a fashion reminiscent of Stephen King. Speaking of King, this book is definitely scary. I would even dare to say horrifying at times. Was it horrifying because of the stalking a
The only thing crueler than a cage so small that a bird can’t fly is a cage so large that a bird thinks it can fly. 3.5 stars. This book managed to do so many great things, and I am thoroughly impressed. The prose is incredibly well written, and the details and metaphors used carry throughout the entire novel in a fashion reminiscent of Stephen King. Speaking of King, this book is definitely scary. I would even dare to say horrifying at times. Was it horrifying because of the
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People are who they are and, try as you might, you cannot make them be what you want them to be.
Every teenager can relate to at least one thing from this book. It follows the story of Elise as she tries to change and discover herself. It tackles the feeling of not fitting in, the feeling of escape, and the feeling of finding a secret part of your life that you can protect and keep from getting ruined.
When you find a passion, or something that makes you happy, you must
For my English class this year we were asked to write essays in the style of "This I Believe." Below is the belief that I decided to express. Thank you so much to John Green for creating the masterpiece that is Turtles All the Way Down. I’ve always known that I’m crazy. I live with anxiety and intrusive thoughts, and I’ve always felt at least a little insane because of some of the things I do. I’ve only met a select few people who think in the same way as me. I like to descri
So... this isn't my typical kind of read. Obviously this also isn't really a "real" book as it is the book that the character Jane wrote on the show Jane the Virgin. I was interested in reading it because I'm getting mildly frustrated with the current season of Jane the Virgin so I needed a moment to step back and enjoy the plot of season one all over again (which this book essentially follows but in 1900 rather than present day).
Overall, I'd give this book around 2.5 sta
Starting this month, for the rest of the summer (and maybe the year?), I will be spinning the patent-pending TBR Wheel five times! Each section of the wheel contains on category in which I must find a book to fit it from my TBR, and read it that month. If I finish all five books, I can read whatever I want for the rest of the month. If I fail, I must carry it into the next month. So, without further adieu, it is time for spin number one! 1. Big Book: Read a book over 500 page