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Do Not Judge a Book by its Movie

“May the odds be ever in your favor.”

     Both books and movies are medium of entertainment that have been around for so many times now. It is true that countless generations have entertained by the two. 477 more words

Dystopian

Do Not Judge a Book by its Movie

“May the odds be ever in your favor.”

     Both books and movies are medium of entertainment that have been around for so many times now. It is true that countless generations have entertained by the two. 477 more words

Review

Nostalgic Reads!

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I loved reading books since an early age. My first reads very majorly Enid Blyton books. My friends and I used to buy all the books. 572 more words

Inspiration

Dystopian Politics

Politics are arguably the most annoying thing in existence (if one overlooks lukewarm coffee and knee-deep mud), yet they can make or break a novel. 995 more words

Top Ten Tuesday - Books I Loved More Than I Thought I Would

It’s Tuesday! And that means another Top Ten list brought to you by the girls at The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is ‘Books that you loved less/more than you thought you would.’ I thought the positive side of this topic would make for a much cheerier post than the negative, so without further ado, I present my list of books that I loved… 1,471 more words

Christian Fiction

Personal Crisis in "Politics, Saviors, and Political Culture"

In Robin Marie’s brief, but wonderful post on the romanticism of individuality in the American Mind (by looking at the Hunger Games and The Man in the High Castles… 589 more words

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