How good is it - no, how great is it, being able to re-read an old favourite. I've done this a couple of times now for my wandering books, and it just doesn't get old - that feeling of reliving the moments in a story from when you first read it. Blurb: When a letter … Continue reading About Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone
Hey guys! This week I'm reliving my childhood with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. I've already started reading and I'm in love with the magical world all over again. Though to be fair once you've fallen into the Wizarding World there is no escaping it and all its enchantments. Also just an update, it's … Continue reading This Week’s Book (#21)
"To or to " Srsly Hamlet by William Shakespeare and Courtney Carbone. Cootamundra, NSW, Australia.
Srsly Hamlet seemed pick-up worthy to me because when you first look at the cover, it's relevant and entertaining. Blurb: Hamlet, one of the greatest stories ever told . . . in texts?! Imagine: What if Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, and the tragic Ophelia had smartphones? A classic is reborn in this fun and … Continue reading About Srsly Hamlet
This week's book is Srsly Hamlet, by William Shakespeare and Courtney Carbone. It looks really amusing, as it's written in text format and uses emojis. I'm curious to see how well it tells the story of Hamlet. To be honest I feel like I will finish this, today. It's such a small book. Let's see … Continue reading This Week’s Book (#20)
"If there's one thing I've learnt through my years of mistakes, it's that even the most perfect patterns becomes false when it goes unbroken for too long." Speak ~ Louisa Hall Sydney, Australia
Hey everyone! So it didn't take me long at all to get through this book. I like these types of books as they are time consuming enough to keep you hidden in their world for a while, but quick enough for you to be able to get back to your normal routine. Speak, is exactly … Continue reading About Speak