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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...

Beauty Queens aka Lord of the Flies 2.0

Every once in a while you come across a book and you realize that you have been waiting for it your entire life. That was our reaction to Libba Bray’s Beauty Queens. Marketed as a cross between ...

Day 4: A Book That Makes You Cry

When I first tried to read His Dark Materials I could not get myself past the first few chapters. I was bored and confused, and put it down for a year or two.  When I ran out of things to read I final...

Day 3: Books that Make You Laugh Out Loud

One summer my family decided to go up to a cottage and for some reason I did not think to bring up a supply of books. I cannot imagine what I was thinking. Perhaps I assumed there would be a bookstore...

Day 2: Least Favorite Book

This one was particularly difficult for me, as if I really don’t like a book I tend to put it down with the intention of coming back to it. But then I never do. I think the little lie is to keep me fr...

Day 1: Favourite Book

My favourite book of all time. Well, as odd as this is for me to say my favourite book of all time is not a teen book. I think it could be a good one though, if it, you know, didn’t have all the midni...

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