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November 2016

  • The Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo
    • Rating: 7/10
    • Genre: Gothic Literature
    • Pages: around 300-500 (depending on the version)
    • Topics: Tragedy, Romance, Outcasts, Christianity

R E V I E W: 574 more words


I'll Give You The Sun

I don’t know how this can be but it can: A painting is both exactly the same and entirely different every single time you look at it.

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Les Miserables

Despair is surrounded by fragile walls, which all open into vice or crime.

~Victor Hugo, Les Misérables


Jane Eyre (Review)

  • Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë
  • Rating: 9/10
  • Genre: Gothic Literature, Romance
  • Pages: around 550 (-ish)
  • Topics: Coming of Age, Feminism, Social Class, Love

R E V I E W: To be completely honest, I usually hate reading classical literature. 329 more words


Tiger Lily

Everything has grown. Do you think you will ever grow? I hope not. I like to think that even if I change and fade away, some other people won’t.

~Jodi Lynn Anderson, Tiger Lily


October 2016

  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, by Mark Haddon

  • Rating: 10/10
  • Genre: Mystery
  • Pages: around 226
  • Topics: Autism, Murder, Independence, Loss
  • Summary: Christopher Boone is a 15 year old autistic boy who tries to solve the “murder” case of his neighbor’s dog, Wellington.
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Peter Pan (Review)

  • Peter Pan, by J.M. Barrie
    • Rating: 8/10
    • Genre: Fantasy
    • Pages: around 200 (depending on the version)
    • Topics: Magic, Adventure, Action

R E V I E W: So for those of you who don’t know, this particular story wasn’t the first time Peter Pan had made an appearance. 382 more words