Posts Tagged ‘books’

This year brought loads of successful book-to-movie adaptations, including Crazy Rich Asians, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Sharp Objects, Peter Rabbit, A Wrinkle in Time, Love Simon, and others. Luckily, 2019 brings many more, including the following:   The Knife of Never Letting Go By: Patrick Ness Movie Title: Chaos Walking Genre: Young […]

*BEFORE READING PLEASE NOTE: There are actions spoken about in this novel and review that can be triggering to certain individuals. Please read with caution. At what point should we be left to choose for ourselves? At what point have we done so much wrong that we are no longer allowed to choose for ourselves? […]

There are billions of ways of life that exist in the world. Within the United States alone, there are five different geographic perceptions, many different religious practices and millions of varying ideas about family constructs. Tara Westover explains how her perception of the world changes through religion, family and geography and how that helped her […]

“The only thing you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.” — Albert Einstein Libraries are, in addition to being sanctuaries for book lovers, hugely important centers of community and support. The range of borrowable materials at many libraries has grown from books and movies to include video games, home repair tools […]

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline deservingly wins the title of “sci-fi thriller of 2018”. On par with The Hunger Games and Divergent, Ready Player One takes us into a dystopian future as we follow an underdog hero to follow the obstacle prone path to fight to let justice prevail. The world of Ready Player […]