This film is adapted from the YA novel of the same name by Beth Reekles. It is certainly aimed at the younger end of teenagers and feels as though it would be loved by 14 to 15-year olds. I will say straight away that for that reason amongst others I was quite disappointed in both films in the series. Although the first one seems more thought out in my opinion and the second film felt rushed and unorganised. I have to say though I did enjoy putting them both on the TV and being able to zone out with a film for a while without having to concentrate much.
I cannot believe I have been blogging for 4 whole years! I have loved every second of being a blogger and can’t thank people enough for the support I have received over the past 4 years! I started this blog without any expectations and I cannot believe where it has come! I cannot wait to see what the next year holds!
Hello all, I hope you are all well and keeping yourselves safe! If things were as planned a lot of us would be at YALC this weekend and I’m sure we would all be having a lovely time. This isn’t the reality though due to the ongoing situation in the world at the minute and although I’m sure we all wish we were having a bookish weekend at least we are all keeping safe. Just because we aren’t at YALC this weekend doesn’t mean we can’t have a bookish weekend at home though. I’m planning on having a YALC @ home and thought I’d share with you a few of the things I'll be doing and help you have a YALC @ home! Here is how to have a YALC @ home!
Hello all, I hope you are all well and keeping yourselves safe. This weekend would usually be YALC weekend but obviously with everything that is happening in the world at the minute YALC has been postponed to next year. I didn't want to forgot all about YALC though and wanted to look back at my memories for the wonderful YALC weekends I have had. Here is a little post all about my YALC memories!
Hello all! I hope you are keeping safe. We are currently in the summer months, even though looking out of my window at the rain you wouldn't think so. When it is summer I always want to read books about summer trips, adventures and romances. Today I thought I'd write a little list about some… Continue reading Books to Read this Summer!
Hello all, I hope you are all well! I am beyond busy at the minute with a lot of things (exciting and stressful) which I'll talk about soon. I wanted to talk about the books that I have on pre-order at the minute which I am really excited to read! Here is a little discussion all about the books I have on pre-order!
It has been 10 whole days since Hamilton the Musical was released on Disney+ and I can't count how many times I've watched it since then. I have loved Hamilton since way back in 2016, I listened to the soundtrack none stop until I was lucky enough to see it in the West End in 2018 and then again in 2019. My dream was always to see the orignal cast on Broadway but there was never any way for this to happen until now! I have so many thoughts on this so I wanted to share them! Here is my review of Hamilton the Musical!
Hello all, hope you are well! It has almost been 2 months since The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins was released (I really don't know how)! I read that book within a couple of days of its release and the fear I had of spoilers definitely helped me read it quicker. But, as soon as I finished reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes I had an urge to re-read the entire Hunger Games series, so that is exactly what I did. I thought today I'd discuss my thoughts on what it was like to re-read The Hunger Games almost 10 years since my first read through.
Hello all, I hope you are well! I love a good book tag and always find them a lot of fun. I found this one not too long ago on The Little Contemporary Corner (a fave blog of mine)! It is the History of my Bookshelf tag and was created by Emmmabooks on Youtube. It is all about the history of your shelves, what you have read in the past and how your shelves have changed over the years.
When Harriet Stoker dies after falling from a height in a long-abandoned building, she discovers a world of ghosts with magical powers - shape-shifiting, hypnosis and even the ability to posses the living. Felix, Kasper, Rima and Leah all welcome Harriet into their world, eager to make friends with the new arrival. Yet, Harriet is more interested in unleashing her own power, even if it means destroying everyone around her. But, when all of eternity is at stake, the afterlife can be a dangerous place to make an enemy!