“It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.”
Series: Harry Potter
Book #6: The Half-Blood Prince
Author: JK Rowling
Genre: YA, fantasy, magic, drama
I’ve been waiting to talk about this one.
Hello, dearies! ⚡
The Half-Blood Prince was not going to be this week’s Throwback Thursday, but here we are, TBT with this Potter book.
I love the whole Harry Potter saga, I think that’s clear after me taking the time to talk about each book, but The Half-Blood Prince made me re-read it a few times when it first came out, and it soon became a favourite book.
After reading it, I had to wait for The Deathly Hallows, so I had to keep going back to The Half-Blood Prince for more.
Let us begin. 🔮
I’ll jump right in, and perhaps go back and forward, so please be patient with my upcoming rambling.
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“Well, as they said, it’s not over until the mockingjay sings.”
Hello, dearies! 🐦
Just a quick one here because I have news about The Ballad Songbirds and Snakes movie (prequel to The Hunger Games), if you haven’t read the book, you can read about it here on the blog.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Review. You’ll also find a quick link to get yourself a copy of this book.
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“It wasn’t just me, and it wasn’t just him, it was what we were together that was the exception.”
Many little quotes like this make it a great read.
Author: Jamie McGuire
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary, Fiction, YA
I cannot believe I don’t have a post for this one. And honestly, all that I remember is that I loved at the time, despite being kind of a regular one, a romance, yes, but no fantasy in there. Yet, it hooked me for a time. 💞
Now, there is a movie in the making, and for some reason, I am excited about it. I am not feeling the actors that much, but I want to watch. Filming ends this week, and Jamie has been giving us regular news on it, and it’s making me want to read the book again. There are two sides of Beautiful Disaster, from Abby’s point of view and from Travis’, and the one from Travis freaking Maddox was too much excitement. I mean, he is on my list of favourite male characters in books, so there I admit that bad boys do hold their appeal.
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The Idhun Chronicles, the story we wished for years to become a realisation. Adaptation from Spanish trilogy Memorias de Idhún by Laura Gallego.
Based on a Book? Yes.
For the review of the books, you can go here: Idhun’s Memories. 📙
Hello, dearies! It’s August of 2021, as in we are past the mid-year mark, as we are almost looking at Autumn in the eye, and I finally watched the second part of The Idhun Chronicles, I know it took me some time, but I already knew what it was about and where it was headed knowing the end of the book and all, and knowing that there are no more seasons or parts or nothing, so I was taking my time, and I had a lot of work, now I am a free bird, and can do other things.
I am not sure if you watched the first part of these cool animated series, but you probably should. It’s on Netflix, and you can read my review here:
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Author: Neil Gaiman
Well, this is a first. I didn’t like this book as much as I suspected I would, I loved the movie is one of my favourite movies of all times, I have lost count of the times I’ve watched it, I practically know the dialogues by heart as well as the music and scenery, I love it.
But we are here, in this virtual space because of the books, books we love, books we share with others, books we share even when we don’t like them that much (even thought I do not tend share the ones I do not love). I wish I could say that I absolutely adored this read but I got to be honest, I have read better, I am not saying that Mr Gaiman is a bad a writer or nothing of the sort because he isn’t and he has incredible imagination, this is about me and the fixation I had with the movie, I suppose. Although it really is the first time that I read something and did not find it as charming as the film.
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