Hi everyone, I had read both books and I would like to give my opinions on both of them. However, for those who haven't read it, go ahead and read it. You don't know what you're missing.
The series was extraordinary amazing, because it's not predictable and J.K. Rowling invented whimsical words to make the story interesting and flow with the magical universe.
I am very happy that all of the 6 books were made into movies that I could watch it again and again! I hope to read the 7 book when it comes to Malaysia.
In more general sense management assignment writing is very important considering the different level of question that are asked in the case study
We'll see in the research endeavor explaining configuration whether a solid currency is great or awful on the off chance that study term. Anything compelling is said well yet when we talk about any cash and monetary framework, influential can have unfavorable impacts for the entire financial framework.
Any budgetary framework that is exchange centered can have extremely antagonistic impact if their currency is...
We all have our fandoms.
We all have those certain books we can’t stop talking about, those movies and TV shows we can’t stop re-watching, those video games we can’t stop re-playing, and those musicals that whenever the tour comes to town, we watch them again and again. We have all found escape into either an adventure or experience, whether it be in our modern-day world or a completely different place and time. Thanks to writers and directors, there are conflicts that get our hearts racing and more often than not, there are universal truths where we learn more about...
ROMEO AND JULIET
Romeo and Juliet (1595?) is justly famous for its poetic treatment of the ecstasy of youthful love. The play dramatizes the fate of two lovers victimized by the feuds and misunderstandings of their elders and by their own hasty temperaments. Shakespeare borrowed the tragic story of the two young Italian lovers from a long narrative poem, The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet (1562) by English writer Arthur Brooke. Shakespeare, however, added the character of Mercutio, increased the roles of the friar and the nurse, and reduced the moralizing of Brooke’s work. The...
I'm a writer and I'd love some international support for my story that I already gave to my favorite actor Colin Morgan personally as a gift. He inspired me for a certain character and it was given more as a sign of gratitude for the inspiration rather than for him to read it. No idea if he ever would, but I just hope the effort I put into translating it just for him made him happy that day. What a brilliant actor ^^ Anyways - I've created a club and this account itself for communicating with future readers. I don't want to bother anyone with it, but how else...
1:Grass by catherine Macphail
2:Worse than boys by catherine Macphail
3:Rick Riordan books
4:Game of thrones
10:fear all by michael grant from 5-now
12:the enemy by charlie higson
15: Skulduggery Pleasant
17:Dusk by kenneth opal
18:The Mediator by meg cabbot
19:any other books by Catherine Macphail
20:Deception point by Dan brown
My first language isn't English so please excuse my mistakes.^^
As a Emma Watson fan I saw the trailer of the movie "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" and immediately fell in love with the story so I decided to buy the book.
After two days reading I finished the book yesterday. (the book is not that big, so I probably would have finished it in one day if I had more time^^) At first, it took me a while to find my way into the story and to understand Charlie (the main character). That was mostly because I wasn't used to the kind of structure the book had. It contains the letters...
I have started a new club that deals with horror and bizarro fiction. Bizarro deals with the weird and extreme side of horror. Usually it's described as the literary equivalent to the cult section of the video store. There are many authors who deal with the Bizarro and for the most part they go unrecognized by the mainstream media and that is why I have started this club. The books and topics I hope the club will include will deal with the more darker,nastier horror fiction, a place for adults who like to be challenged by their reading material and hope that this new club HORROR AND BIZARRO...
1. Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
2. The Dead Girls Dance by Rachel Caine
3. Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine
4. Feast of Fools by Rachel Caine
5. Lord of Misrule by Rachel Caine
6. Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine
7. Fade Out by Rachel Caine
8. Kiss of Death by Rachel Caine
9. Ghost Town by Rachel Caine
10. Northern Lights by Phillip Pullman
11. Marked by P.C and Kristen Cast
12. Betrayed by P.C and Kristen Cast
10. Legend - Marie Lu
9. House of Night - P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
8. Divergent - Veronica Roth
7. Vampire Academy - Richelle Mead
6. Percy Jackson and the Olympians/Heroes of Olympus - Rick Riordan
5. The Mortal Instruments - Cassandra Clare
4. The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
3. Gone - Michael Grant
2. Quarantine - Lex Thomas
1. The Maze Runner - James Dashner
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