Well. It's a Friday, but I'm gonna do a Wordling post instead of a feature, because I just need to get something off of my chest. I listened to the audiobook of Joan He's Descendant of the Crane this week, and despite its fairly solid reviews on Goodreads, and despite the hype that was built … Continue reading My only 2-star read this year…
The epic between good and evil. The dance between two world. The story that brings it all together. One of my favourite new series- The Circle
“A genius. A criminal mastermind. A millionaire. And he is only twelve years old.” Han chats about the five things she loved most about reading Artemis Fowl!
Hannah wonders why we FEEL so much when we read, and what the value in this emotional response is.
In a special Wordling, and in celebration of World Book Day, we share an excerpt from an essay by the phenomenal Marilynne Robinson about the power of reading and community.
In Hannah's Wordling this week, she talks about the experience of listening to the radio dramatised version of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere before reading the book.
A buddy-post where Kyle and Hannah talk about their experience buddy-reading the third and final book in the Chaos Walking series, Monsters of Men.
We take a dive into some thoughts on The Ask and The Answer by Patrick Ness.
...in which Hannah discusses her ThoughtsAndFeelingsTM regarding adaptations of literature into movies or series.
Han's final comparative post of To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han and The Nearest Far Away Place by Hayley Long, where she talks about home and setting in the two books.