Two young women from totally different backgrounds are thrown together during World War II: one a working-class girl from Manchester, the other a Scottish aristocrat, one a pilot, the other a wireless operator. Yet whenever their paths cross, they complement each other perfectly and before long become devoted friends. But then a vital mission goesContinue reading “Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein”
It is really, really hard for people to get endings right. It was a running joke in IT Chapter 2 and while the writers think it’s good, the legions of fans will soon come screaming and petitioning for a re-do as it wasn’t well done. Lost, Dexter and more recently Game of Thrones have diedContinue reading “BoJack Horseman on Death (Finale)”
“Wanting more is just a recipe for heartache.” This must be among my top 5 favourite Stephen King Books. It’s got everything I love about a good story: memorable characters, aliens, mind control, a twist and amazing dialogue. The movie wasn’t that bad either! Even though this is one of the very few stories whoseContinue reading “Stephen King * Dreamcatcher”
We are friends with no agenda, Free to lay bare our real selves, Fragments never exposed to light, Hidden caverns for our souls to dwell.
While I have been a massive Star Wars fan and I have seen the new Star Wars Episode 7, I will not deem it a Christmas movie. It’s been plotted too well to be released this Christmas, the toy stores are full of drones, masks, toys and BB8 robots you can control with your phone.Continue reading “Movies this Christmas”
It came to my mind when I saw Oprah’s book list of books to read that I have heard of “The secret lives of bees” but I never knew what it was about. Beekeepers? The lives of bees? I never expected to read a touching story of growing up and taking responsability, racism in AmericaContinue reading “The Secret Lives of Bees * by Sue Monk Kidd”
I have finally finished watching all 5 seasons of Breaking Bad and besides the Door Painting story which really touched me, I found that the show taught me a few life lessons as well.
Marriage can be a bit of a Russian Roulette. You kinda know what you’re going to get but sometimes… life has a few surprises in store.
7 children brought together by an immortal monster re-unite in Derry, Maine after 27 years to kill it for good. I would not understand, even know, why they would call this a novel when it was such a good horror story.A Novel: fictitious prose narrative of book length, typically representing character and action with someContinue reading “Stephen King's IT (The Clown That Loved Too Much)”