Review: A Torch Against the Night by Sabba Tahir

“So long as you fight the darkness, you stand in the light.” Wooooh I have been dying to read this one. The first book was so well written, I couldn’t wait for the second. This is a Sequel in a series of four books (I think?), so this review may spoil things that happened in… Continue reading Review: A Torch Against the Night by Sabba Tahir


Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover

“I’m afraid if I listen to my heart once, I’ll never figure out how to ignore it again.” I hope everyone is having a good holidays. In my desperate efforts to read 100 books by the end of the year (I am at 96, I am not sure if I will make it), I am… Continue reading Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover


Fairytales in Modern Culture Edition

Fairytales are one of the few things that will always bring me certain happiness. My mother has a very very very old copy of the Brothers Grimm Fairytales that we used to read all the time. I have been infatuated with most of these stories for a large portion of my life. Lucky for me,… Continue reading Fairytales in Modern Culture Edition

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August Wrap-Up

Another month has come and gone as the passage of time as not disappointed. Thankfully, I was home for a little bit this month, so I had access to my library. Now, that I am back at school I will have to resort to buying books/ebooks. Sigh. Here’s What I Read this Month: Guy in… Continue reading August Wrap-Up

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How YA Romance Warps Perceptions of Relationships

Let me start off by saying that I am as guilty on this count as everyone else. I grew up consuming as much of the Teenage Eternal Love Story as humanly possible. I still do, but the difference now is that I understand that these types of hyper-relationships do not exist in real life, especially… Continue reading How YA Romance Warps Perceptions of Relationships