End of the Year Warp-up 2020


Books read this month: 

The Sun and her Flowers - I may not show it on this blog but, I do like poetry and this book is NOT poetry what so ever. I have written a rant that will be coming out soon. 


The Phantom of the Opera

Goodreads: The Phantom of the Opera

Author: Gaston Leroux

Genre: Dark Romanticism (gothic), Romance

POV: 1st person

Summary: Long ago strange events have happened at the Palais Garnier Opera house. Disembody voices heard singing and the crashing down of the chandelier on that dreadful night. To this very day it remains a mystery as to what happen regarding the phantom of the opera. 

cue the music: 


The Best books of 2020

My Year in Books
pages read
books read

Click here to see my year in reading on GR. 

Click here to see my list of the top ten best movies I watch this year

 I going to do something different for this year. Instead of a top ten list I will be listing my favorite books I read this year. To be frank I read so many great books this year I can't narrow it down to ten. There will be three categories: graphic novels, middle grade, and fiction. I place teen and adult together because 1. I don't read a lot of teen (YA) books and 2. many adult books can have a teen appeal to them. Doesn't mean they are all fluff up they just have mature subject matter that most teens should be able to handle. 

Top 10 best movies of 2020

Unlike last year I have narrow down the best movies I watch this year to ten. This is not a rank list, their just movies I watch for the first time this that have become my favorite. 

Click here to see my list of the top ten books I read this year

btw If you want to see every movies I watch this year you will has to go through the monthly wrap-up posts. of the pass twelve months. 

Three more things, 1) I made a septate list for the animated movie just make it clear that not all these movies are live action 2) I not going to included any documentaries I had watch, and 3) I am not bothering putting up pictures of each movies. There just way too many. 


The Centerville Ghost Review and why its should be a Movie Adaptation

Author: Oscar Wilde

Genre: short story, Dark romanticism (gothic) 

Summary: The ghost has been haunting the Centerville mansion for centuries until an American family move in. No matter what tricks the ghost used they all back fire.


100 Cupboards

100 Cupboards 100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson

Author: N.D Wilson

Genre: Portal Fantasy

Age: MG

Format: audio book

Summary: Since his parents disappear Henry move into his Aunt and Uncial house. Up in his attic room he discovers cupboards pastor in the wall. Why were they pastor into the wall. What secrets lay inside? Lost treasure? A map to a lost city?


Cir Du Freak books 10,11,12 Plus review of whole series.

 Review book 10 The Lake of Souls:

Review:  This series is quite odd to begin with and now it gets stranger. First, I have to say that this book keeps it real with Darren grieving for Mr. Crepsley.

The world Darren and Harkat travel to this over worldly places. They do find out what the place is at the end and all I’m going to say about it is that it interesting.

A lot of question that have been building up in the previous book have finally been answer. However, lead to more questions.

Books 7,8, and 9 takes a subplot line and stretch it in to three books throws the story off a bit. Book ten makes up for that.


Two Year Blogaversary

Click here for 1st year Blogaversary post. 

I have survived 2020 and will live to blog another year. A lot has change in my reading and in the world. There is no hiding the fact that this year sucks (for the world that is). I am not going to recap the awful world events that happen this year. All I got to say is...


Yamasong March of the Hollows: movie review

Sci-fic, drama, art house

Year of Release: 2017

Rated: PG

Director: Sam Koji Hale

Summary: An automated girl and tortoise warrior journey with a band of outlaws on an incredible quest. Their one hope is to find a legendary relic to defeat a sinister mechanized army and save the creatures of their world.