I updated my Goodreads after finishing L. Frank Baum's The Sea Fairies and lo and behold, I managed to read 80 books, my target for 2017. But I will let you in on a little secret: seventy four of those were Japanese comic books. I used to think that counting comic books as part of … Continue reading Reading Goal Achieved… with a little cheat
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The Peculiars A Book Review of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Jahzeel Dionne V. Ybasco ________________________________________________ “There are peculiars all over the world,” Miss P, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Having a different world where diversity is tolerated and encouraged is a famous theme in the fantasy genre that it does … Continue reading The Peculiars
THE VOICE OF ERAGON An Analysis of Christopher Paolini's novel, Eragon by Jahzeel Dionne V. Ybasco _____________________________________________________________ That some books are inspired by other classic and more renowned books is nothing new to me. It is to be expected. As million books are published every day, it is not surprising that some have the same … Continue reading Review: Eragon
Not once have I been astounded by fantasy classic authors for their ability to create different worlds and make them seem real. I was blown away by Pullman's story, I can't help but feel for Lyra, Pantalaimon, and the characters they have met on their journey. I enjoyed the excitement of looking for the lost … Continue reading Review: The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman
A Review of S.K Michels' debut novel, The Shadow and The Light By Jahzeel Dionne V. Ybasco An archetypal story with seven leading characters, among them a muse, an old man, and three hero archetypes, this novel has a certain appeal, not different from George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire. What makes this … Continue reading A Story of Archetypes
by Jahzeel Dionne V Ybasco _________________________________________________________________ How do you define success? What is success for you? These questions are possibly the most common ones you can find in slam books – those colorful little notebooks containing questions that made the lives of those born in the 80's and 90's go round. They were meant to … Continue reading Defining Moment
Awesome Review from Ms Jessica of LifeAfterBooks.com! Thanks for accepting my request and featuring me in your blog.
Publication: June 25th 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
My rating: 3.5 stars
Goodreads summary: Not all stories end happily nor tragically. Most of them just need to be continued. Azalea Anthony is a writer, or what she claims to be. Vim Harvey is her friend, or at least what she wants to believe. Jasmine Morrish is Azalea’s archenemy, or so what Jash believes Azalea makes people believe…er–There are other characters, too: like Warren, the basketball player, Beatrix, the model, Tom, the perfect excuse of a brother, Eclaire, the eccentric bff, etc. They all hangout in one place where they can enjoy a steaming cup of debates, an aroma of gossips, a side dish of basketball, a topping of drama, and a menu…
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