An unconventional approach a dark versus light that challenges the darkness in Amy Gumm to make for an interesting read.
An interesting take on the zombie apocalypse and what comes after.
November is coming to a close, see if any of these books can help you end the month.
Not as great as the previous novels, just a little to reliant on gimmicks, but still tension driven.
A haunting thriller that puts the reader on the edge of their seat as the mystery of Juniper Landing continues to unfold.
A Worthy Precursor to the Magical World of Harry Potter | Review of ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’
A magical film that captures all the heart to make Harry Potter fans around the world cry with happiness.
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As far as retellings go, this one is a delightful one layered with heart and amazing storytelling.
A haunting thriller that will leave the reader with a blown mind.
Unique but Flawed | Review of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children #1)
Peculiarly written, beautifully designed, and gripping until the last moment.
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A wonderful and powerful story that is enchanting and engaging all the way through showing the challenges of being a parent and of being the child.
The Girl on the Train suffers from a mediocre story and lackluster characters that even amazing acting can’t save.
Here’s a little tune to carry on this month.
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