Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is a book to movie adaptation that is exciting to compare. The novel by Ransom Riggs is one that I really enjoyed, so I was thrilled to see it become a movie. The fantastic setting and peculiarities of the children were captured so well and looked perfect on the screen. However, there are a few aspects of the book that weren’t as exciting as the book, which was a bit disappointing. I would recommend reading the book after watching the movie.
Frostblood by Elly Blake seems kind of like a cross between The Hunger Games and Red Queen, two books that I loved. I am very intrigued by the idea of flame vs ice and king’s tournaments. I can’t wait until January when I can finally be introduced to this fantasy series and the firebloods and the frostbloods! Continue reading
Banned YA books and frequently challenged books are books that should always be celebrated and shared widely. There is nothing more frustrating than discovering a fantastic YA novel has been deemed inappropriate due to the topics raised in the book. Themes such as offensive language, sexuality, racism, politics, and religion often face censorship. So many of my favourite books have been targeted by book bans and this post is my way of showing support to the authors and the YA books that have been banned or challenged. Open your book tracking app and get ready to add a few of these YA banned books to your TBR. Continue reading
Replica by Lauren Oliver is a book that is nothing short of amazing. This is the story of a clone and a human, both connected to a disturbing human cloning institute. I would say that the way that this book is written is one of the best parts, since there are so many options. Replica is sure to blow your mind. Continue reading
Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter blog tour, hosted by Raincoast Books! I had the opportunity to interview Sarah Porter as well as review the book. Keep reading to learn more about the book and Sarah Porter. Continue reading