Cath only has one passion: Simon Snow. Whole her life she was hand to hand with her twin sister, Wren. Both shared the same love for Snow…… Read more “In Review: Fangirl”
It always feels sad to close a book. It feels as a world had just stopped existing. Opening it again releases all those characters, those relationships, those stories. But closing a book for the last time is even sadder. In those times we know it was a good book, we know it was worth the time. Carve The Mark was not an exception.
On one peaceful day, I was scrolling down my Twitter like I enjoy doing every morning. When I was giving up and put down my phone, one…… Read more “In Review: We Can Be Mended”
Hiding herself behind the glasses, Audrey struggles every day with an anxiety disorder that locked her away from the world. Step by step, she’s fighting her battle…… Read more “In Review: Finding Audrey”
Did you ever questioned yourself what’s the story behind some old pictures?? Ransom Riggs did and the result was Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.