A review of Emma (by Jane Austen)

I'm usually not into reading Jane Austen books. I know that may sound harsh, but I prefer adventure books, like Tess of the d'Urbervilles, or The Moonstone. I loved this novel, it is a masterpiece, I really enjoyed the story, and loved how Jane Austen created Emma's world. I would read this book again, that's … Continue reading A review of Emma (by Jane Austen)

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A review of An Abundance of Katherines (by John Green)

This novel was one of the best books I've ever read. It's laugh-out-loud funny, heart warming, and very entertaining. John Green is the best writer I've come across that creates his characters so unique. Colin is an extremely funny, relatable, yet complex character. This novel centers around him, and how he defines himself and the … Continue reading A review of An Abundance of Katherines (by John Green)

A review of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea (by Jules Verne)

This is my favorite written work of Jules Verne. This book is a timeless classic that is sure to not disappoint science fiction fans. I loved how Jules Verne describes the setting of the characters,  and it's an incredible read. There is never a dull moment, and there's lots of adventure. Even though this book … Continue reading A review of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea (by Jules Verne)