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#25: The Help

The Help

by Kathryn Stockett

Finished: March 16, 2015

My Goodreads rating: 5 stars *****

Yep, I finally read it. It’s been on my list for a very long time, and it did not disappoint. 321 more words

Book Review

"The Help" Book vs. Movie Review

I am the type of reader who can find something enjoyable in almost any book. But the books that I can really connect with, that make me laugh and bring me to tears, are the ones I love the most. 844 more words

Books

What I'm Currently Reading

I am currently reading The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Her writing style is quite good. I’m a little dubious about a white woman writing from an African-American woman’s perspective during the 1960’s as I’ve heard some bad reviews about that aspect. 9 more words

Archive

Top 10 books that affected my life.

As readers we are constantly learning lessons from the books we read, whether we know it or not. It helps us find who we are, it explains how life is, what love is, and I know that its fiction but sometimes it even tells you the harsh reality of life whether we like it or not. 672 more words

Books

Books within books - Archetype

“BOOKS MAY WELL BE THE ONLY TRUE MAGIC.” – ALICE HOFFMAN

1. The Book Thief – Markus Zusak
Australian author Markus Zusak must have made an absolute killing with his World War Two tale of Death’s activities in Nazi Germany. 101 more words

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Spring Book Haul

My apologies for the radio silence these past months. Life’s been pretty busy what with uni and other stuff. Anyhow, I want to show you guys a few books that I purchased (relatively) recently. 344 more words

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Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge: Ways to Unplug a Bully’s Power

There’s often no easy way of stopping bullies, unless they decide to stop themselves.

Bullies have the advantage over those who are bullied. They usually exert their tyranny because they are in a situation of power over others, or they inspire fear in those around them. 896 more words

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