I Found Myself

I am distorted, not broken I may be ignorant but I am not blind I may not be an intellect but I still think. I cry when I am sad Pray when I am lost Laugh when I am happy And Never quit when I most want to do it. I see myself complete in … Continue reading I Found Myself


I’ll Give You The Sun

Author: Jandy Nelson Pages: 371 Genre: Contemporary fiction   My rating: 3.5/5 REVIEW The story is about two twins, Noah and Jude, who are incredibly close to each other yet they are immensely separated by their passion and desires.  Noah is a quiet and contained person and can draw wonders with his hand. On the … Continue reading I’ll Give You The Sun

Book Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White

Title: And I Darken Author: Kiersten White Genre: YA, Historical fiction/retelling Pages: 475 Review: The novel is set during the Ottoman era. It tells the story of two siblings, Radu and Lada, who are sold to the ottoman sultan by their own blood father, the King of Wallachia. In order to hold peace between the … Continue reading Book Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White


BOOK DISCUSSION: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

*THERE MIGHT BE A FEW SPOILERS* The new harry potter book, the eighth installment in the series, may have lacked the magical harry potter-ish essence but  the plot was okay for me. I'm not sure how to start this thing. First of all it was a play, so what we were EVENN expecting! There was no … Continue reading BOOK DISCUSSION: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child


REVIEW: The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

Author: Morgan Matson Genre: YA contemporary My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 Pages: 528 As a matter of fact, this is my first Morgan Matson's novel and I would certainly say that I enjoyed it. All though at some parts it turned a little too cliche but it still was really relatable overall. The novel basically revolves around a … Continue reading REVIEW: The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson



She laughs, She jokes around, She's a somebody in a crowd. A drop in an ocean. A speck in the world. No praise and no complaints. And that's when she realise. A million eyes gawk at her, Motionless and statue-like, Sitting like lions to catch their prey, Moving slowly, nonchalantly. Hissing one thing or another. … Continue reading Courage-the-Cowardly