Friday, September 18, 2015

Hi readers! hope you're all having a great September, which means sweater weather is starting! Better run out and get your circle scarves and pumpkin spice lattes before they're all gone!

Anyways, I have a great new book that I'm reading and just can't wait to write about. Pause what you're doing. Before you read any further, remember to follow my blog on the bar right below this post. All you have to do is enter your email to subscribe to my blog. You won't regret it!

Today I will be reviewing Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan, the last book in the heroes of Olympus and Percy Jackson.
Now, if you know ANYTHING at all about me, you would know that I am a complete and total Percy Jackson fanatic. I personally think that Riordan should add more books to the series, but it is what it is. ): (:

Blood of Olympus is about how seven of the prophecy finally make it all the way to Europe which means that they have broken the golden rule, and that help from the gods will be rare. It talks about their final adventures fighting the earth goddess who plans to destroy olympus and the mortal world.

Thanks for reading, remember to follow my blog in the bar down below, and have a great day!

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Hi readers! I hope you all liked my last post and remember to like, comment, and subscribe by email! I'd really appreciate it!

Today I will be reviewing Allegiant by Veronica Roth.

Allegiant is the third book in the Divergent series, which I'm sure you've all read. It talks about how all the living survivors of the previous faction war, who are now factionless, choose to escape the limits of their confinement, and see what lies in the world beyond.
They discover a group of people who've been studying them since the beginning, who show them things that they've never even dreamed of, never would have been capable of
But the brand new, shiny world also holds many dangerous secrets and informations that the rest of the rest of the world is blind to.

Thanks so much for reading and don't forget to comment and subscribe.
Hi readers! It's me, the book snob. I'm so sorry for not posting recently, but I've been very busy with extracurriculars and GREAT new books!

Today I will be reviewing Paper Towns by John Green.

Paper Towns is about a boy named Quentin Jacobs who awaits a miracle in his life. At age nine, a miracle named Margo Roth Spiegleman sparks into his life. One night, Q is taken by Margo on the adventure of a lifetime, showing him a whole new world of things he didn't even know were possible.
   The next day, Q takes another adventure, one that may never end, without the help of his miracle. Join him in the search of the thing he wants most in the world: answers.

This is personally one of my favourite books and I highly recommend it to people aged 11 up. As I mentioned in my last post, I will now be posting reviews about books for an older age group, hope you like this new style.

In my next review: Allegiant by Veronica Roth 

:) :) :) 

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Hi readers! Sorry for all this inactivity I've just been really busy but I promise I'll be posting more often from now on. :)

Today I will be reviewing IF I STAY by Gayle Forman.

This book is about a sixteen year old girl named Mia who plays the cello and loves classical music. Her boyfriend, Adam is the exact opposite and she's not sure if she can count on him. One day Mia and her family get into a horrible car crash and she is left in a coma. While she's not sure whether everybody's okay or not, she watches people come and go see her including a major break-in in the hospital led by Adam. The story is a roller coaster of emotions.

This book can get incredibly sad and intense in some scenes but it is also one of the most interesting and descriptive books I have ever read and it really makes you think about how fragile life is. I loved how the author described everything in perfect detail and made it so exciting and and emotional.

This book was an amazing book, and I had a wonderful time reading it, but I would recommend it to people age 11 and up because there are some scenes that a young child would not understand.

Thanks so much for reading and I hope you choose to read this book too.

Next week i will review AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES by John Greem

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Hi readers! Sorry I haven't been posting much in this past year, I've just been really busy. Starting today, since I am getting older, I'm going to start reviewing books that are more for older children.
So, to all my younger fans, I'm very sorry��
Since I've been so busy, I now will be posting at least once a month if not twice. Enjoy

Today I will be reviewing my favorite book: Divergent by Veronica Roth

This book is about a girl named Beatrice Prior who lives in a futuristic world where there are five different factions, which are kid of like different areas of the city, where everyone knows where they belong.
Except for the divergent
There is an aptitude test and a choosing ceremony. In the test they tell you which faction you would do best in.

ERUDITE: the smart and knowledgable faction
ABNEGATION: the kind and giving faction
DAUNTLESS: the brave and fearless faction
CANDOR: the faction that values honesty, no matter how much it hurts
AMITY: the peaceful and happy farmer faction

At the ceremony, Beatrice will have to make the decision that evaluates her whole life.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Hey readers! Today I'll be reviewing a book called Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.

Wait a minute. Just wait. I forgot to tell you guys something extra ├╝berexciting. I. JUST. TURNED. TEN!!!!!!!!!!!

I could actually make waaaay more exclamation points than that but I don't want to waste your time with punctuational extremism.

Back to the book. The book I read is about a boy named Charlie Bucket, who is very poor and can't even afford half a chocolate bar. One day Charlie finds a one pound note (It's set in England) on the ground. Naturally, Charlie bucket buys a chocolate bar. I forgot something earlier. There is a competition to see who can go to Willy Wonka's wonderful amazing chocolate factory. The competition is that everybody buys a chocolate bar, and five lucky children will find a golden invitation ticket inside theirs. Now tell me, can you guess what's inside Charlie's chocolate bar?

This book was a good book. Really, it was. But I have to say, as a critic, and I know this book is very famous, in my opinion, its not my favorite.

I wouldn't recommend this book to anybody that want to read about a big adventure, but if you are looking for something witty about a boy, a ticket and lots and lots of chocolate, this is definitely the book for you!!!

Roald Dahl was a great man and today, I would like to honor him.

If you do comment on this post please please please, hashtag #rememberroalddahl

Thanks for reading. Have the happiest of NEW YEARS xoxo, the book snob.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Hi readers!!! Today I read a book called RAINBOW BEAUTY: PEPPERMINT KISS by Kelly McKain.

This book is about a mother and three daughters named Sapphire, Grace and Abbie. After their dad abandoned them, they move into a town with no idea of how to earn any money. But Abbie has a special talent that can turn everything around for them. When she arrived at her new school, she discovered that she has made new friends very quickly. She also discovered that she has a knee shaking, bone wobbling crush on the cutest boy in school. Will her new friends be able to help her out?

I loved this book so very much, but I would only recommend it to children 9 and up.