Hannah's second post comparing Jenny Han's To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Hayley Long's The Nearest Far Away Place, where she looks at how tragedy works in both books.
Now that I'm halfway with the first Chaos Walking book, I look at how accurate my predictions from the first post were and what my thoughts are so far!
The blog post in which Hannah reveals her age when she compares and contrasts the characters in two different YA novels.
Our third and final look at Eragon, in which we talk about the concept of rarity and what it brings to the story.
My predictions on what will happen in Patrick Ness's first book in the Chaos Walking series. Do I get it right? Am I miles off? Let's take this chaos for a walk:
Hardship is a persistent theme in Eragon. In this post, we tackle what various characters' responses to adversity reveal about them and how this is applicable to us.
Is Minya a terror like Skathis or a a child fallen victim to her circumstances? Is Skathis really the monster he comes across as, or is there more to his character than meets the eye? Check out this post to hear our ideas.
Our first post about Eragon, where we chat about how Christopher Paolini uses perspective .
The second post from the book Strange The Dreamer where we chat about how Laini Taylor uses the idea of belonging as a crux in the story
First post from the book Strange The Dreamer where we take you through how Laini Taylor used dreams and what those dreams meant to us