Temples, markets, and glorious street food.
I guess I could say I have a better appreciation for the works of art that's there now than I ever could as a kid.
This post contains spoilers. Just a heads up for those who haven't read the book or watched the movie. It's been a while since I've written about a book I've read and I figured that this book just seems fitting for this month. So, I'm now putting my carefully hidden hopeless romantic streak on full … Continue reading The Rarity That is The Time Traveler’s Wife
A couple of weeks ago, I said I would write a review for the Fifty Shades Trilogy. I read it because I got curious with all the hype. No matter that reviews abound from both ends - very far ends - of the spectrum, I was determined to read through the whole thing and … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy (a.k.a. the easiest book review I made. And not in a good way.)
I am a fan of love stories, which should be obvious based on the number of Nora Roberts' books I've read. But while I appreciate happy-ever-afters, I absolutely adore stories like this one by Robert James Waller. A quick run through (and a mini-spoiler): it is about two people who met and fell in … Continue reading The Bridges of Madison County
This series from Rick Riordan is a new discovery for me. I watched the movie, liked it enough but thought that there's nothing really special about it. About a year (or more, I think) later, I read the first book. That's where the addiction started. I have always liked Greek Mythology; ever since I … Continue reading Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Let me start my book blog with the series that started it all. The very first book that I remembered reading was a book in the Sweet Valley Kids Series. I read through the Kids, then moved on to the Twins series. I think I started reading Sweet Valley High right when I started … Continue reading Sweet Valley Confidential: Ten Years Later
This has actually been a long time coming. It is no secret that I love books. A friend of mine used to laugh at me back in college because I would gladly go without lunch because I used my money for books. Now, I would gladly go poor for a couple of days because I … Continue reading The Book Affair