🍂The Ship Of The Dead REVIEW🍂
Rating: 5/5 ✨✨✨✨✨
I- I’m- I’m literally speechless. Uncle Rick has done it again and I couldn’t be happier. He was definitely able to destroy my soul in the meantime but this was so incredibly written, with such beautifully developed characters and with an incredible plot. That wow, Rick, JUST TAKE MY WHOLE DAMN SOUL WHY WONT YOU???? This was seriously so incredible and, yes, I know that I’m literally using the same adjectives over and over but my is literally BLOWN INTO PIECES I can’t write coherently right now. One thing I definitely want to mention is that Alex is just has well written as before and the representation keeps being ON POINT. Also, Mallory Keen has been one of my faves since the first book and MA GIRL FINALLY GOT WHAT SHE DESERVED YASSS BITCH!
Two things I didn’t like though:
1) That reference to Percy and Annabeth suffering????? THATS UNACCEPTABLE?????
2) That hint at a sequel for the sole reason that my babies have suffered enough LEAVE THEM ALONE DAMMIT
Conclusion: 1000% would recommend LITERALLY 6/5 STARS IM IN LOVE THIS KILLED ME AND RESURRECTED ME
As October experiences make their way to members, we'd like to announce the number one most-kept book of September: #ClubSage selection HANGMAN PUZZLES FOR CLEVER KIDS! ✨
One of the things we love sharing at Literati is the book that provides an interactive experience, often something kids can alter and personalize, that wouldn't be found on the shelves of a library. Puzzles, coloring books, activity books, and more come mixed with all the gorgeous picture books -- and that's just one way Literati makes sure each box has something for every child. ✨📚✨
Hello everyone~ 🐶
Cold weather is coming back which means I get to drink more hot chocolate.
I'm currently reading 3 books:
- Voyager by Diana Gabaldon
- Golden Son by Pierce Brown
- 1984 by George Orwell
I often read multiple books at a time for many reasons. Here because one is too big to be taken in my bag, another has been in my tbr for too long and the last because of a bookclub. I'm glad I'm not getting confused with my readings~
추운 날씨가 왔으니까 핫초코 많이 마실 수 있어요~
지금 소설 3권을 읽고 있어요. 자주 다른 이유때문에 여러 책을 읽어요.
Se algum dia John Green vai me decepcionar com um de seus livros, esse dia não é hoje. ⚡️❤️ ⠀
Acabei de postar a resenha do novo livro de seu novo livro, Tartarugas Até Lá Embaixo, confira ➡️ http://bit.ly/2gv3nhc (link na bio) 🐢 ⠀
✨ Carol ✨
Mirad ya estamos comenzando a recibir cosas bonitas para que las podáis pedir para Navidades.
Y comenzamos con la jirafa más famosa @lajirafasophie
Hemos estado unos días sin ella y ya la echábamos de menos.
[Lendo] 📖 "– Não, minha cabeça é vazia – respondeu o Lenhador de Lata. – Mas antigamente eu tinha um cérebro, e também um coração. Como experimentei os dois, prefiro ter um coração" .
O Mágico de Oz será um dos livros a ser discutido no clube de leitura da @leiturasdabel, dia 04/11, às 14h, no @teatrojosedealencar. 💡
Let your boat of life be light, packed with only what you need - a homely home and simple pleasures, one or two friends, worth the name, someone to love, someone to love you, a cat, a dog, and a pipe or two, enough to eat and enough to wear, and a little more than enough to drink; for thirst is a dangerous thing. #bookclub @waterstones #threemeninaboat#jeromekjerome
book update 🤖
there is... very little to update lmao but i’m starting a new for pleasure book! it’s called ‘the little book of hygge,’ hygge being ‘the danish word for warmth, comfort, or togetherness’. honestly speaking i 200% picked it up because someone put it on a shelf next to ‘the life changing magic of tidying up’ and that book is my favourite book so i formed positive associations since they have the same colour scheme and size 🙄
What a dope-ass night with friends! Shout out to everyone who stopped by for food and good discussion on our latest read, Black Privilege by Charlamagne Tha God! 📚
Interested in joining us for more events? DM me for deets about LinkNJ!
🥃🥃🥃🥃 Recommended for anyone who fantasizes about marrying a brooding stranger with a dark past.
Oh, “Rebecca.” I finally stopped dragging my feet and read you. And in the end, I liked you, I really did. But it took me all the way to the VERY end, because nothing happens in this book until about the last fifty pages. It’s like du Maurier stuck a book I loved inside a book I hated just to mess with me. There’s nothing that makes me want to rip my hair out more than a novel in which the heroine spends full pages describing dresses and the trinkets on her nightstand. And there’s a lot of that in “Rebecca.” Also, the heroine/narrator in question doesn’t have a name, which is exhausting. Also, there’s an alarming lack of standing out on the moors. Honestly, there were points in the narrative where I felt almost too weary to continue, but then something ominous would happen to lure me back in. And I’m glad it did because that ending paid off big time. I won’t give any spoilers, but the narrator’s reaction to finding out what happened to Rebecca filled me with such delight that I turned a 180 in my judgement of her. It completely redeemed the novel for me. Get down with your bad self, you no-name interloper.
And He seeks out the desolate places in us as well. Excited to jump into #findingspiritualwhitespace with friends soon! It's for sale for $1 over at CBD. See author @thebonniegray's profile for the link.
“La vida de los mini héroes” de @olivier_tallec algar editorial.
Los mini héroes tienen una vida apasionante llena de desafíos, pero no todo es siempre genial.
También se aburren, les entra el miedo o han de afrontar misiones especiales que preferirían rechazar.
Seguro que después de oler este libro te das cuenta de que conoces a más de un mini héroe.