Interpreter of Maladies

I'll be honest but I didn't like the Interpreter of Maladies at all. It's not quite my type plus it is like 12 different stories in one small book. There's a lot of love and romance in this book. Not to mention there is a lot of sexual contact. I would only recommend this book to those who likes love and romance.

Rating: 2.3 of 5

The Serpent's Shadow

This is the final book of The Kane Chronicles (I think). Carter and Sadie have no time left because their true enemy, Apophis, has risen. Apophis has already destroyed so many Egyptian artifacts. They don't have much time left. There's a reason why the book is called The Serpent's Shadow but I won't tell you (Don't want to ruin the surprise). Will Carter and Zia kiss? Will Walt live? Will Sadie make up her mind about who to date? All of the answers lie in this book.

Rating: 4.9 of 5


Well we have reached the reenactment of Star Wars. Looks like the people of District 13 survived the bombing and they have planned a rebellion against the Capitol. Katniss has been chosen the Mocking Jay of the Rebels. She has improved armor and a cool looking bow. Katniss is amazing in this book. She has not given up her dream of being with Peeta and killing President Snow. Yes she does lose her sister, Prim, and her stylist, Cinna. She is the Rebellion's last hope. Will Peeta come back to his memories? Will the Rebels get their freedom from the Capitol? Will this be an end to the Hunger Games? Read the final book of The Hunger Games. Oh, and don't forget to watch the movie.

Rating: 5 of 5

Catching Fire

The games continue on this very exciting second book of the Hunger Games. Katniss and Peeta are still star-crossed lovers from the games and they have big houses in their district. But it all ended when President Snow came and called for another games but this time with the winners from each district. Now the lovers must survive together and protect their love from the audience. The main question is... who will be the last one standing? Read to find out.

Rating: 5 of 5

The Hunger Games

24 tributes will be called to challenge in the world's deadliest game of all time. The Hunger Games has begun. Katniss Everdeen of District 12 volunteers in place of her sister to be the female tribute for District 12. She lives onto many horrible accounters. People who can't talk called Avoxs. Shooting an apple at the Training  Center. Wearing cool gear that's on fire. Fighting and killing other people in a game. and most of all, falling in love with a the bread maker's son, Peeta Mellark. Who will survive the 74th Hunger Games? Read to find out.

Rating: 5 of 5


When I say Night, I am obviously talking about the book that Eliezer Wiesel wrote. I liked the book and thought that it was very sad. It gave me a new feeling and a new perspective on the Holocaust. I never knew that there was a selection during the Holocaust. I never knew that the Germans wore clothes made out of the ashes of many weak Jewish people. I almost cried after reading it. Although he lost his family, Eliezer still tries to influence himself that he will live as long as God. I suggest that everyone reads it.

Rating: 4.9 of 5

Blog #5 of Breaking Dawn

Well this is the final blog for Breaking Dawn:

This was a great book. It had so many main topics as I was reading. Bella getting married was one of the main topics because it was a turning point for the whole Twilight series.  Another was when Jacob Clearwater was guarding Bella from day to night. Another was when the baby, Renesmee, was about to be born to the Cullen family. Another was during the Vampires versus Werewolves fight. Another was when Bella turned into a vampire. Another was when the Volturi Clan was coming to kill Renesmee, the daughter of Edward and Bella Cullen. Stephanie Meyer uses the Morals in a different way. One way is by expressing how the characters would look like and how they would look like. I feel that the theme of the story would be that love is always there even if you’re a different breed and not a Human. The funny thing is that I can’t get that feeling. I really enjoyed this book and I hope you all do the same.

Rating: 4.8 of 5