Digging up old Reads

Digging up old Reads (Part 5): Four Different Books

Welcome to part five of my “Digging up old Reads” blog series and to ay I will share with you guys four books from different genres and different authors. I have wanted to share these books for some time now, but I have not gotten around doing so for some unknown reason. Anyway, these books… Continue reading Digging up old Reads (Part 5): Four Different Books

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Digging up old Reads

Digging up Old Reads (Part 4): A Series Based on Babysitting

Hello everyone, Welcome to part four of my blogging series 'Digging up old Reads'. In today's post I will cover another one of my favourite teen years series which is the Babysitters Club by Ann M. Martin. I first got a book from the series at a book fair when I was in grade six… Continue reading Digging up Old Reads (Part 4): A Series Based on Babysitting

Book Reviews

It was so Cold: Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett Book Review

When I started reading Edge of Eternity by Ken Follet, I had guessed that it would be about the Cold War. However, I had expected Follet to focus his attention on what was happening in the Third World because of this war and he does that, yet it is not enough. Instead, there is a… Continue reading It was so Cold: Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett Book Review

Digging up old Reads

Digging up old Reads (Part 2): All the Black Covers

Welcome to the second part of the 'Digging up old Reads' blog series and today I will continue to share with my amazing readers some of my old reads.  I'll be sharing some titles that I like, not love. Other than that, these books are good and most of them are part of some series… Continue reading Digging up old Reads (Part 2): All the Black Covers

Book Reviews

Another war just a Decade Later: Book Review of ‘Winter of the World’ by Ken Follet

When I started reading ‘Winter of the World’ by Ken Follet, I was expecting a lot of the author’s focus to be on Nazi brutality. Follet does cover many aspects of Nazi Germany, but he also covers other significant events that made up World War II. I believe this holistic picture cleared my perspective of… Continue reading Another war just a Decade Later: Book Review of ‘Winter of the World’ by Ken Follet

Book Reviews

A Heartwarming Read: “Little Women” by Louisa M. Alcott

I came across the story of “Little Women” by Louisa M. Alcott at a very young age from its various movie adaptations to its children editions and finally to its completed and unabridged version. We have had the Penguin Popular Classic edition of “Little Women” for a very long time but I have never gotten… Continue reading A Heartwarming Read: “Little Women” by Louisa M. Alcott

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Once Upon a Winter Sky: Review of ‘The Kite Runner’ by Khaled Hosseini

When I first heard about 'The Kite Runner' by Khaled Hosseini, I told myself that it was a book that I was never going ot read. I heard people saying that the book was the best book they had read and that made me consider reading it, but I never actually got around doing so.… Continue reading Once Upon a Winter Sky: Review of ‘The Kite Runner’ by Khaled Hosseini