Book Discussion: Nineteen Minutes

Recently, Clara and I read both read Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult, and since it was so terribly thought-provoking, we simply had to blog on it! Now, usually when we do this type of discussion post, we both end up getting sidetracked and going off on these random tangents, and nothing really gets discussed. That’s…

Review: The Things They Carried

How do I even start this? I’ve been carrying around the remnants of this book for days. I’m so terribly afraid of messing up this review. It can’t be too sentimental, but it has to convey some sort of emotion; it can’t be overly dramatic, and yet it has to explain how The Things They…

Fairest Review

I’m back!!!! Yes, you guessed it; this is Clara Oswin Oswald reporting for blogging duty. Many of you peeps may remember that my last post was very negative, with good reason. However, I thought to change things up a bit and give you my positive thoughts on a book: Fairest by Marissa Meyer. I started…

The Heir of Stupidness and the Even Dumber Sequel

Hello Chums. It’s meeee! Clara Oswin-Oswald, certified blogger, companion and overall awesome person. I am spending my humble time to give you peasants the gift of my opinion on a book whose purpose is to brainwash teenage girls. Yes, peasants you know of what I speak because you read the title. The Heir…to what?! To…

Book Review: Longbourn // Pride and Prejudice without Mr. Darcy?!

Jane Austen retellings are a dime a dozen. Seriously people, there are so many rewritten versions of anything that she’s written it’s almost ridiculous. And of course, the infamous Pride and Prejudice with the infamous Mr. Darcy, the dream man of every nitwit female out there. So naturally in any Pride and Prejudice retelling, it…

Book Review: Shadow and Bone

For the people who haven’t read this book… Our Review (minus any spoilers) “I would give this book three out of five stars. The plot was original, but I felt some of the characters were shallow and unfeeling.” – Clara “Four out of Five Stars. Its fantasy world was based on Imperial Russia, a refreshing…