I was never a big fan of dystopian literature and I was never recommended such a novel throughout my childhood. But one day in college, this situation was about to change, when my literature teacher came into the classroom and started talking about Brave New World by Huxley. A new door was opened for me that day and I started diving more and more into the dystopian genre.Continue reading “Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury [Book Review]”
“At some point, you gotta stop looking up at the sky, or one of these days you’ll look back down and see that you floated away, too.”
Continuing my journey into John Green’s world, I decided to visit an old friend of mine. Paper Towns was one of the first books I have read from John that was like an introduction into his YA world of teenagers being not-so teenager-y. After reading Turtles all the way down and Will Grayson, Will Grayson, I decided to give Paper Town a second shot and re-read it, since I have forgotten most the action.Continue reading “[Book Review] Paper Towns – John Green”
We grow up. Planets like Tiny get new moons. Moons like me get new planets.
This is not the first book I’ve read from John Green, but it surely is the first book I grew to love more and more while flipping through the pages. I have basically fallen in love with almost all the characters in this book, regardless of their gender or sex. Everybody in this is book is just… beautiful!Continue reading “[Book Review] Will Grayson, Will Grayson – John Green, David Levithan”
“To make a thing as simple as an apple pie, you have to create the whole wide world.”
“The sun is also a star” was the first book I have ever read in one sitting. Not only because the book was really captivating, but also because I was stuck for almost 7 hours on a bus with no other activities. And I was so glad I didn’t have any, because 100% of my focus was invested into following the story of Natasha and Daniel.Continue reading “[Book review] The Sun is Also a Star – Nicola Yoon”