February wrap-up 2020

Physical books: 1

Audio book: 1

E-book: 4

Total books read: 6


Inception: Movie review

Inception PosterGenre: Sci-fic, action

Rated: PG-13

Year of Release: 2010

Director: Christopher Nolan

Summary: Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible, inception.


Journey Through Fiction #3: Steampunk

This is a once in a while whenever I feel like posts. In which I talk about different topics in the realm of fiction. Giving myself free ranges and original contend.

This is my own artwork form an art design class. Despite looking like something else. It is steampunk. That what the assignment was, so don't argue with the professor. Just go with it. 


The Serpent's Secret

The Serpent's Secret

Goodreads: Review

Author: Sayantani DasGupta

Genre: Portal Fantasy, Bengali Folklore

Age: MG

POV: 1st person

Series: Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond book one

Summary: On the morning of her twelfth birthday, Kiranmala is just a regular sixth grader living in Parsippany, New Jersey... until her parents mysteriously vanish and a drooling rakkhosh demon slams through her kitchen, determined to eat her alive. Turns out there might be some truth to her parents' fantastical stories-like how Kiranmala is a real Indian princess and how she comes from a secret place not of this world.


Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2: Double Feature Movie Review

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 PosterGenre: Action, Martial arts

Rated: R

Year of Release: 2003, 2004

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Kill Bill: Vol. 2 PosterSummary: The lead character, called 'The Bride,' was a member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, led by her lover 'Bill.' Upon realizing she was pregnant with Bill's child, 'The Bride' decided to escape her life as a killer. She fled to Texas, met a young man, who, on the day of their wedding rehearsal was gunned down by an angry and jealous Bill (with the assistance of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad). Four years later, 'The Bride' wakes from a coma, and discovers her baby is gone. She, then, decides to seek revenge upon the five people who destroyed her life and killed her baby.



 Goodreads Review

Author: Joseph Heller

Genre: Military, dark humor, mental health 

Age: Adult

POV: 3rd person

Format: Switch to audio at chapter ten. 

Summary: Set near the end of WWII the story follows the life of Captain John Yossarian, a U.S army Air Forces B-25 bombardier. Looks in to the live of Yossarian and other airmen in the camp, who attempt to maintain their sanity while fulfilling their service requirements so that they can return home. 


TTT #32 The Last Ten Books That Me a Book Hangover

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover, a.k.a. What did I just read?

1. Tuck Everlasting.

Author: Natalie Babbit

The whole book has this sad tone. Ever time I think of this book it make me over whelm with emotions.


5 ways to read through Lord of the Rings

In 8th grade I had to read the Hobbit and it the first book that carry me away into the fantasy genre. Right after I read Lord of the Rings. Not once or twice, but three times between the age of 13 and 14. 

Now at 20 something I have met and known people who try to read LOTR in their 20s and can't get through it. A common response as to why is that 'it boring'.


Harold and Maude: movie reivew

Genre: Dark comedy, Drama

Rated: PG

Year Release: 1971

Director: Hal Ashby

Summary: Harold lives with his rich overbearing mother. He acts out by committing elaborate fake suicides. Being find of death Harold will attend funerals. When visiting one of the funerals Harold befriends an elderly lady name Maude.


The Dewey Decimal System

The Dewey Decimal System The Dewey Decimal System by Nathan Larson

Goodreads: Review

Author: Nathan Larson

Genre: Dystopian, thriller, Mental Health

Age: YA, Adult

POV: 1st person
Summary: Dubbed "Dewey Decimal" for his desire to reorganize the library's stock, our protagonist (who will reappear in the next novel in this series) gets by as bagman and muscle for New York City's unscrupulous district attorney. Decimal takes no pleasure in this kind of civic dirty work. He'd be perfectly content alone amongst his books. But this is not in the cards, as the DA calls on Dewey for a seemingly straightforward union-busting job.

What unfolds throws Dewey into a bloody tangle of violence, shifting allegiances, and old vendettas, forcing him to face the darkness of his own past and the question of his buried identity.


Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep

Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep Emily Windsnap and the Monster from the Deep by Liz Kessler

Genre: fantasy, mermaids

Age: MG

POV: 3rd person

Series: 2nd book in the Emily Windsnap series.

Summary:  Emily Windsnap - half mermaid, half human - her new home is perfect. That is, until Emily ruins everything by waking a legendary sea monster known as the Kraken from its hundred-year sleep. As the Kraken rises from the deep, putting the future of the islanders in jeopardy, Emily makes a desperate attempt to save them. But how could she have dreamed that her best friend, Shona, would stop talking to her, or that Mandy Rushton, her old enemy from junior high, would turn up when least expected?


Journey Through Fiction #2: What is a Classic?

This is a once in a while whenever I feel like posts. In which I talk about different topics in the realm of fiction. Giving myself free ranges and original contend.

Questions to think about:

What is a classic?

What make a paces of media book, movie, song, etc...a classic?

How does a society decide what a classic is?

How does a person decide what a classic is?

Are classic define by age?


Guardians of Ga'Hoolel: Movie Review

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole PosterGenre: Animal, Fantasy, Action, Adventure

Rated: PG

Year of Release: 2010

Director: Zack Snyder

Summary: Soren (Jim Sturgess), a young barn owl, is kidnapped by owls of St. Aggie's, ostensibly an orphanage, where owlets are brainwashed into becoming soldiers. He and his new friends escape to the island of Ga'Hoole, to assist its noble, wise owls who fight the army being created by the wicked rulers of St. Aggie's.


TTT #31 Books On My TBR I Predict Will Be 5-Star Reads

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is Books On My TBR I Predict Will Be 5-Star Reads.

1.  The Serpent's Secret
Author: Sayantani DasGupta

Just by the cover alone this book looks pretty cool.


January wrap-up 2020

My first wrap-up of the year where start on the first mouth. Unlike last year I didn't start my first wrap-up until march. Now I can start the year 2020 with a clear record of what I read and watch

E-book: 1

Books: 5

Manga: 1

Non-fiction: 2

Total Books Read this mouth: 9