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Day 7: A Book You Can Quote

The society was also fairly corrupt, if memory serves. I remember hallucinogenic drugs, and of course, there was a basilisk thrown in there, maybe meant to destroy the world? I have a very small memor...

Day 6: Favorite Young Adult Book

If you have not read it already, I urge you, for the sake of your sanity, don’t read it. I don’t think that I had a favourite young adult book in a very long time. Whatever it used to be, I’d forgotte...

Day 5: Book You Wish You Could Live In

How much would it suck if Harry Potter were actually real, but you’re just another non-believing, non-seeing muggle? A book that I could live in was far harder than I thought. I’m sure there are have ...

30 Day Book Challenge – Day Two: A Book You Have Read More Than Three Times

It’s always great when you are able to find a book that you can read over and over again without it getting old. The one book that I never get sick of reading has to be Chris Wooding’s Poi...

30 Day Book Challenge – Day One: Best Book You Read Last Year

A new website calls for a new 30 Day Book Challenge. Hopefully this time I’ll be able to complete it. So I’ve scrapped everything have already done and have picked up a new list of questio...

Shambling Towards Hiroshima

So I had to read this book for my Science Fiction Class even though this book is not really science fiction. It does possess science fiction elements in the form of giant lizard creatures (think Godzi...

Holes

Holes is also a pretty great film. The adaptation managed to stay very close to the source material and the story translated well to screen. The Holes film was a treat for long time fans and a great i...

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