Bookish

5 Classics for October

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. Of course, there's one word that automatically comes to mind when thinking about the month of October: spooky! What better way to ring in the Halloween season than by reading some spooky books? Here are my… Continue reading 5 Classics for October

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Classic Couple

A Classic Couple: Frankenstein and Jurassic Park

Do you like science fiction? I hope so, because this week's Classic Couple feature highlights two famous science fiction novels that have made it to the big screen: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1818) and Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park (1990). Dangers of science || A major theme of both of these novels is the fact that humankind does not and cannot have… Continue reading A Classic Couple: Frankenstein and Jurassic Park

Books

FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley | Review

Some stories seem to extend beyond the confines of their original forms. Whether it be from popular adaptations or its reputation over time, certain novels have been distorted in the eyes of those who have yet to read them. Put simply, this is a clash between expectations and reality, between what the reader perceives the… Continue reading FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley | Review

Read-A-Thons

#CramAThon 2016 Wrap-Up

Happy Christmas Eve! Yesterday was the final day of the CramAThon, which means that it's time to take a look at what I've accomplished over the past week. As I mentioned in my CramAThon TBR post, my goal during this readathon was simply to read more than I usually do in a week (which, given the… Continue reading #CramAThon 2016 Wrap-Up

Read-A-Thons

#CramAThon 2016 TBR

Hello, hello! Today I come to you with an exciting announcement: I'm participating in the CramAThon 2016! What is the CramAThon, you ask? It's a week-long readathon from December 16th (TODAY!) to December 23rd run by Aprilius Maximus and Whitty Novels. The goal is to try to cram in as many books as you can… Continue reading #CramAThon 2016 TBR