Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The lying Game AND The Princess Plot

The Lying Game AND The Princess Plot
Hello, this is an new blog post with and old crappy picture. But lets say EY-YO for double review.

Let's start off with The Lying Game by Sara Shephard. The author have a way of capturing the reader with her mysterious way of presenting the plot, and I really love that. She is one of my favorite authors and this is one of my favorite books by her. The Lying Game is even a bit more different as it's not only a live persons point of view, but dead as well. That is what add the thrill to the book.

I would totally recommend this to those mystery lovers as this is AMAZING! I totally cried at the end because it ended in a cliff hanger and I need the second book-- a moment of book nerd sadness.

Ratings: 5/5 ⭐

Next stop, The Princess Plot by Kristen Boie is the first book of the Scandia series. Sadly I haven't read the rest of the series yet.

A bit of romance with danger and lies, I enjoyed reading the book. You might have noticed, I love mystery/thriller books.The plot twist in the end was literally a OH MY GOD moment.

However some bits where bit more obvious to figure out, but then again some weren't that I had to give a thought on it .To me it started as a 'omg-im-so-cool' pre-teen story, but bloody hell it didn't continue like it was one. There was plenty of suspense and some political stuff in there, too. It was rad. I won't be lying if I said that this book shocked me. Because most certainly it did.

I would suggest this to the young teens to even people my age and plus. Really good book, and the pink cover is not something to be put off about trust me. The inside is magical.

Ratings: 4.5/5

Saturday, February 6, 2016

The Lucky One

The Lucky One
Clearly anyone who loves an romance fiction would love The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks. I mean, all his books are pretty amazing and this is one of them.

I seriously love Logan and the Nana. Seriously. I hated Keith until the very end of the book where he tries to save Ben, that was pretty heroic of him-- but then again he was a total obsessive creep through out the book. So despite his final action, I still hate him. Now Nana, like I said is my favorite character -- more than Logan; though those of us who have also watched the movie know Zac was the bomb. But seriously, Nana and her sassy way of doing things.

Overall I love this book! Seriously.

Ratings: 5/5 ⭐

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone

Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone 

For those who are obviously pissed of by me writing Philosophers Stone instead of Sorcerers Stone, my deep apologies *sarcasm intended*. I prefer the term Philosophers. Anyways for those who thinking Philosopher Stone and Sorcerers Stone are two different books - its not. Philosophers Stone is the British version, and the name along with few terms where changed in the American version.

 I think, Harry Potter is the only trilogy kind of book that I love so much.I must have read the whole series over a thousand times by now. And it would be hard for me to hear a word against Harry Potter book series by J.K.Rowling since it is the book series that got me into reading. Without it I might still be lagging around and being a boring person. Most people will say Harry Potter changed there life, I however must say it shaped my life as the Harry Potter book series revolved around me ever since I was born; to be honest.

I love the portray of the characters showing there bravery, how cunning they are, how they value knowledge, loyalty and such. And for those who live by the stereotypes of houses --- please stop! Not all Gryffindors are brave, not all Slytherin are evil as they are believed to be, not all Ravenclaws are smart and obviously Hufflepuffs are not some hippie-love-poition-drunk person. In fact they are all special.

Anyways, focusing more on this book- I would clearly suggest it to those readers looking for a book. The way the characters are portrayed is what is the best. Each one of them have a special trait that they value so much. The Malfoy on how they value tradition, Hermione on her knowledge, and despite being the youngest boy who came from a poor family you could even see the love for his family through Ron's character.

Ratings: 5/5 ⭐

Monday, January 25, 2016

The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book

An poor quality picture of and good book. I'd be completely bollocks to hate a book as good as this. Every single bit written well. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman is probably one of my favorite books involving both a graveyard and ghosts.

I love how it shows the characters relations with the ghosts both in a positive and a negative way. Its a good book to cuddle up with a cuppa on a rainy day. Plus the pretty illustrations make the book complete.Bods family is actually murdered by a dark force, and so its obviously a mysterious book-- then again I love reading murder mystery books.

And for those quote hunters, the book do contain some lovely quotes.

"Wherever you go take yourself with you" -Silas,The Graveyard Book.

I would suggest this book to all of you.

Ratings: 5/5 ⭐

Thursday, January 21, 2016


What are you guys up to? reading a new book? tell us.

I haven't been up to much. I picked up my O'level,IGCSE,SSC results the other day. Apart from 3/8 subs I got A's and A*'s -- so I am kinda okay I guess. I applied for an higher secondary school, I sent the three subjects for rechecking today.

Since today I wasn't feeling so well, I ended up being in bed later this evening with Matilda by Roald Dahl in my hands. I'm totally in love with this book. Before I continue further, I'll like to thank Anya, one of my bestie who lent me this book of wonder. 

I am absolutely in love with Matilda's character! We can relate to her in some way am I right? We are readers. Some of you are experts in maths (unlike me *sigh*), others in English whilst other in many other fields...!

I absolutely hate Mr and Mrs. Wormwood. They are the kind of parents that make me cringe. I hate how Mrs.Wormwood is either playing bingo or is sitting in front of the tally with heavily caked make-up. I hate how Mr.Wormwood makes me furious. He is the opposite of gender equality. I hate how he differentiate between Matilda and Micheal just because she's a girl and he's a boy.

Also I cannot possibly form a sentence about how much I loathe Miss Trunchbull. She is a bully and she is horrid. I completely hate her character and she deserve the sour end she got. I had a teacher like her in grade nine and it made me hate Miss Trunchbull even more. However I totally adore Miss Honey. She and Matilda are total gems.

I guess Micheal is okay, but I hate how his mind is infested thinking his fathers crooked ways are genius; then again you can't blame the boy as you can tell that he actually did care when he turned back to Matilda before leaving to Spain.

And; this is probably the longest review ever. I just had to. I was so lost into the book that every detail fascinated me. What is your favorite Roald Dahl book?

Ratings: 5/5 ⭐

Monday, January 18, 2016



Sara Shepard is one of my favorite authors. I really love this book from the Pretty Little Liars book series. I am really looking forward to get my hands on the rest of the series.

Well you all know what PLL is about, the book series is a bit different from the TV series yet I love the book series. The whole mystery goes on in the book made me thirsty for more of it. This book is totally "bae". The title itself describe how the plot was -- which by the way,was amazing.

Who is your favorite PLL character?
Mine is probably Hanna and Spencer, and I really love Aria's artistic side as well as Emily's sporty side.

Also, I am really sorry for the terrible photo quality.

Rating: 5/5 ⭐

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Sweet Valley University: Good-bye,Elizabeth

SVU: Good-bye,Elizabeth
Now I should probably recommend books for people younger than me; hence this post is about Good-bye Elizabeth, from SVU book series by Francine Pascal.

I think almost everyone who read one of the Sweet Valley book knows that these series are about two sisters: Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield. This book is more of Elizabeth's POV than Jessica.

I would recommend this to those young readers out there as I found this book quite capturing when I read it. Plus the book consist of 231 pages (at least my copy) so this is a good book for those book reviews you have to do for your English class.

Who's your favorite from the twin?tell us all in the comment

Ratings: 4/5 ⭐