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Books into Film: Scorch Trials Trailer!

The maze is back (well, kind of)! Check out the new trailer for the second installment in the Maze Runner movies. What do you think? Is it just me or does it look vastly different than the book?? 6 more words


Far From the Madding Crowd (2015)

Here’s the paradox of books to movies. The more you know about the book, the more critical you’ll be when watching the movie, and the less likely you’ll enjoy it. 1,313 more words


Wednesday It List

Here’s some links to perk up your Wednesday morning! 46 more words

Disney vs. Grimm: Sleeping Beauty


🎶 I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream
      I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a gleam… 1,149 more words


Cinderella by Brittany Candau (REVIEW)

Want an old, classic book to read? Well, here is a good one for you guys! Cinderella by, Brittany Candau is a book that will take you to a world filled with sweet mice, and ball gowns. 75 more words

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Paper Towns, by John Green (REVIEW)

Quentin Jacobsen, also known as Q, has had a crush on Margo Roth Spiegelman since she moved in next door. So when Margo appears at his window in the middle of the night towards the end of their senior year, dressed like a ninja and wearing black face paint, he is astounded. 259 more words

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs (REVIEW)

After the death of his grandfather, 16 year old Jacob Portman finds clues that lead him to a Welsh Island. He then learns that his grandfather lived there in a rundown old orphanage for “peculiar children.” While exploring the orphanage, he meets Emma, who takes him back in time to the 1940s, and here he meets Miss Peregrine, the orphanage director, and the peculiar children, who have unusual powers. 179 more words

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