This book soon became the talk of the town(really, the world) in recent years so of course somebody hanging around Hollywood decided to transform the words on the pages up to the silver screen. The book is an “expanded edition” as Goodreads website says, and satirical revision to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.It follows the… Continue reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Maybe if you’ve visited the theater recently, you’ve seen this trailer. I mentioned it in a previous post on the top 10 NY Times Best Seller book list for this week. Obviously the book is pretty good so why not read it before the movie comes out in June! I know I can’t wait to… Continue reading “Me Before You”
There’s been such controversy over the years since book series started becoming movie series on which one is better. So let’s see which you all think is better from the top 3 book-to-movie series of the past 15 years. First we have Harry Potter. The long lasting, best selling books that came out in 1996. Not… Continue reading Which series is your favorite?
Joanne Rowling. Many people have heard of her and if you can’t quite remember the name, I’ll remind you. She wrote some books called Harry Potter– a 7 book series about a boy who survived the curse of an evil wizard and had to deal with it the rest of his school career, which was at… Continue reading About the Author: J.K. Rowling
Everyone’s been to Barnes and Noble or Books-A-Million at least once in their life. These bookstores are always in stock of the newest and most popular books. Strolling around, reading the first chapter of every new teen angst happens frequently for some. If your lucky, you can even find a Starbucks to sip on while looking… Continue reading McKAY’s- the Ultimate Used Bookstore
Congrats you non-readers! You are luckier than those who lived before film was a thing- now you get to cheat reading on your own time and just watch the movies! There are tons of books being adapted into films in 2016 alone! Some newer stories, some older. One that I find especially exciting is “Alice… Continue reading For the non-readers