A good way to tick off a reader: Find out their favorite book and tell them that the movie was better.
This is a subject that gets many readers heated up, as they feel the need to defend books against movies. 750 more words
I’ve been lucky enough in my life to not have experienced the loss of someone that cut so deeply as to feel severed into two. This is that kind of story, that kind of book, and that it’s written for teens, from a teen perspective, adds to the weight of it all. 585 more words
by Bill Bryson, 1997
Although I love the city, sometimes I bemoan the fact that there is little nature to be found here. Sure, I’m grateful to have the lakefront path but it doesn’t hold a candle to hiking in Colorado or seeing the mountains in New Mexico every day. 427 more words
I watched Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children yesterday, when I first saw the trailer for the movie I sped through the trilogy so I could read the story before I saw it on the big screen as I didn’t want anything to spoil the books, we all know that usually the books are way better than the films right? 358 more words