Review: Matilda by Roald Dahl

Matilda was truly a marvelous story from the beginning until end. I could feel the child inside of me rejoice at all the occurrences of Matilda and funny bits the narrator mentioned. I would also feel that bubbling frustration I've had since seeing the movie when I was a kid at seeing how horrible Matilda's … Continue reading Review: Matilda by Roald Dahl

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Review: YOLO Juliet by William Shakespeare, Brett Wright

First off, I am a Romeo and Juliet hater of high scale. Having said that, I absolutely loved this very contemporary adaptation of a play I read in seventh grade for fun that took me at least two months to read. This was mostly because I fell asleep every three pages and had to go … Continue reading Review: YOLO Juliet by William Shakespeare, Brett Wright

Manga Classics: Les Misérables by Stacy King

I’ve been trying to read Les Misérables (the novel by Victor Hugo) for almost two years now. The size and complexity of the book is such that I can’t get past 10 pages without having to stop and do something else. I had to resort to watching the film 1000000 times. That being said, I … Continue reading Manga Classics: Les Misérables by Stacy King