How to decide what to read

Here’s a series of questions to help you decide what to read: 1. What kind of characters do you like or find interesting? Do you prefer characters you can personally relate to? a. Neville: I like complicated characters who are morally grey, but you can understand their psychology b. Alex: I like characters who are … Continue reading How to decide what to read

The Try A Chapter Challenge with Historical Fiction

I've seen booktubers and book bloggers doing this challenge, and I thought that I would like to give a try too. So, I picked six historical fiction books that take place during World War II since this is the era; I enjoy reading more from this genre. This challenge works this way; I'll read the … Continue reading The Try A Chapter Challenge with Historical Fiction

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews

If you ever thought whether a person could be in a way, get forced into a friendship? That’s what happened to Greg Gaines when his mum forces him to rekindle a friendship his child since Rachel has been diagnosed with leukemia. In the first few pages, we see Greg, who is in his last master … Continue reading Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews