Elizabethan Age, the time where everything was a hassle, and everything was a battle. A Protestant female with power was not the theme of the story, however Walsingham–her right hand for politics and security–was the angle trying to be worked in this story. Instead, I found it quite dry. Moments of complete theme desertion and […]More
Just a girl with a reading obsession--fiction, nonfiction, memoirs, biographies, comic books, manga, etc. etc.--and a thirsty writing ambition.
Do you know mystery, and thrill? Colorless joy and outstanding mysteries? I’m betting you don’t. We live in an era where everything has been discovered, we know everything, even if we can’t solve anything. This era has twists around every corner, whether you’re in the circus or not. The outside world is not as you […]More
Imagine this, 1989 USA, you’re a woman without a say. Which route would you take, the rebel one or the political one to get your way? If politics weren’t making any progress, and the rebel road seemed like a more populated path to travel down, then which one would you take? If your saying political […]More
London, 1914, women’s rights, exploration, and World War I all circulate through the craving pages of The Wild Rose by Jennifer Donnelly. This book follows more closely to the intermingling lives of Willa Alden and Seamus Finnegan. In the early books of this trilogy we followed more closely with Seamus’s family, like his older sisters […]More
Everyone’s had that one character, right? Where your not just hearing thoughts and talks, but being talked too as well. What happens when its reversed, and the characters want to know your life. Or want to become a part of your life, out of their flesh holding chains which are pages. Well that’s the life […]More