The epic between good and evil. The dance between two world. The story that brings it all together. One of my favourite new series- The Circle
“A genius. A criminal mastermind. A millionaire. And he is only twelve years old.” Han chats about the five things she loved most about reading Artemis Fowl!
Hannah wonders why we FEEL so much when we read, and what the value in this emotional response is.
On a flat world (not Earth) that rests on the back of four elephants, which stand on the shell of a giant turtle swimming through space, comes a story so magical that it might just be true.
A buddy-post where Kyle and Hannah talk about their experience buddy-reading the third and final book in the Chaos Walking series, Monsters of Men.
We take a dive into some thoughts on The Ask and The Answer by Patrick Ness.
Han's final comparative post of To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han and The Nearest Far Away Place by Hayley Long, where she talks about home and setting in the two books.
A post inspired by the book Sapiens by Noah Yuval Harari
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!