Category Archives: Books to films

Half of a Yellow Sun- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

 I was encouraged to read this book by a fellow blogger who I admire and whose literary judgement I trust to some degree. He had selfish reasons of course (He needed to talk to someone about it) and he proceeded … Continue reading

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Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn

One word (Mind-Blown).   “Nick is like a good stiff drink: He gives everything the correct perspective. Not a different perspective, the correct perspective.”   I put off reading this book for a long time thinking that it would have … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Tragedy- The Fault in our Stars- John Green

  Is it Tragedy? Is is Romance? Is it comedy (in the Shakespearean sense)? Green provides the perfect blend of Love and lost, tragedy and humor without over-simplifying the characters or over-exaggerating their illness.           Sliding … Continue reading

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The Red Viper/The Handsome Revenger- Oberyn Martell. Song of Ice and Fire (GOT)

Its coming to that time again and I cannot tell you how excited I am about this season of Game of Thrones on HBO. In anticipation I want to introduce you to one of the ‘new people’ (for none reading … Continue reading

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QUOTES FROM ‘Mr Nice Guy’-PEETA MELLARK (Hunger Games Trilogy)

Peeta Mellark is that guy that you think, no, no one cannot possibly be so good and selfless.  Though he may be considered to be of a higher class than others in District 12 that goes to bed hungry every night, … Continue reading

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