Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Tales of mystery and Madness ♥♥♥♥

A book by Edgar Allan Poe and I loved it! The story and the characters are interesting and unique. Poe is a great writer and reading his stories really made me love reading a whole lot more! I learned a lot from his book too, great vocabulary , with some latin. The illustrations gave it a great touch and fit perfectly to the story. I loved that! This books comes with 5 short stories. The first one was my favorite. I really recommend ;)

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

The Diary of a Wimpy kid : Rodrick Rules ♥♥♥♥♥

This book may look like it is for young kids, but I quite enjoyed it too! I think it is great to read for all ages. I didn't find the first one at my local library but I got this second book of the sequel instead. It's great to read if you are bored and have nothing to do. This will make you laugh, smile and make you keep reading and I am sure you will be disappointed after you've finished reading it quickly since it is easy to read. It is a funny book :) 5 hearts out of 5

Friday, August 14, 2009

New book review coming as soon as I can...

I haven't found any interesting books lately for me to read and recommend for you book lovers. But I am off to the library today in search for one! So please be patient ^-^

Monday, August 3, 2009

Water for Elephants ♥♥♥♥♥

Where to begin! This book was beyond and beyond AMAZING! I still can't believe how great this book was and I am sad I finished it. I would have loved to keep reading it and not have it end! Sara Gruen did a great job with her story. It is about life at a circus being told by Jacob who joined a circus when he was 23 years old but now he is 90 or 93. When you read this, it is so full of detail and it makes it so real and you feel as if you're right there present with everyone else from the circus. The details helps you pictures the scene with no fail and it is a great way to see how circus life is behind the scenes when they are not performing. It's full of excitement, fun, drama, surprises & suspense! Jacob's time in the circus was during the 1930s or so and during The Great Depression too. You'll become attached to the characters, you'll find yourself laughing and you'll want to keep reading this book and not want to even take a break! and you'll see why it is called 'Water for Elephants' too. You just have to read it! I absolutely loved it and I know you will too. I HIGHLY recommend :)

5 hearts out of 5