Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child By: JK Rowling

505 pages. I loved every single bit of this script . I wish it was longer and I  hope that there could be more to this.
I went back with my heart open to feel the magic. It all starts on Albus first year to Hogwarts he is so worried that the Sorting hat will place him in Slytherin. Harry reassures him that if that was the case then Slytherin had gain a great Wizard.
Albus Severus Potter is so different from Harry, there relationship leans more towards hate as if Albus holds some sort of resentment. On his second year at Hogwarts there is a moment where he doesn't want to be seen with his dad. Albus has made a new friend and for this new generation who better then Scorpius Malfoy. They became friends on the first Hogwarts Express train ride, and from that day forward there friendship only got stronger. Who would have guessed given the fact that Draco never got along with Harry.
Ron and Hermione have two children, Rose the oldest is smart like her mother and she is in Gryffindor yet she is nothing like them.
I cried at parts, the emotion is there. I have to say it again I LOVED this 8 not book but script. I will anxiously wait for Fantastic Beast.
I rate this book 5 star because I can't do more.

View all my reviews

Review: Everything, Everything

Everything, Everything Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Everything, Everything
By:Nicola Yoon

Wow! This book is Everything. I loved it. I was hooked as soon as I read the first pages.
Maddy, I loved that she took a risk, a risk to see the world. A world that could kill her but she believed and did what made her feel alive. Who better to go with heron this crazy, scary yet fulfilling journey then Olly.
I love them together. They are perfect.
Olly and Maddy are my new favorite couple and I'm anxious to see it on the big screen.
Nicola Yoon, this is my first read from you, and my feelings are not yet settled, that is how much I loved this book.
I rate this book 5 stars.

View all my reviews

Friday, April 7, 2017

Review: Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thirteen Reasons Why
By: Jay Asher

This book was emotional. It is a very touchy subject.
Hannah is a brave girl, who goes through a lot and in a way she puts her trust in the wrong people. She is a great girl who even when she thinks her "friend" might be using her, she still tries to think that maybe just maybe they can be friends.
Clay and Hannah work together, He is a great but shy guy. I wish he would of expressed his feelings to Hannah. Its like they have a connection, that they are both afraid to pursue.
It gives me the chills to think that the last person to receive her tapes couldn't help her in the way she expected to be help, even though he tries to figure her out.
My personal detail that I wish to add is that, I think it is hard to see when people are at there breaking point. I know it says how we should pay attention to the signs. But I strongly believe that before this book I would not have seen these signs.
People do changes all the time. Could you tell when people are down? Of course, But I'm not sure I would have seen what Hannah was thinking to do.
This book had my emotions on edge, I'm glad I read it and I'm glad I was able to be in the head of someone with such confusing emotions and learn that people ask for help in many ways we just have to pay attention.
I rate this book 4 stars.

View all my reviews

Review: Confess

Confess Confess by Colleen Hoover
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

By: Colleen Hoover

This was a great read. Auburn is hardworking and she tries her hardest to do things right, she can't make mistakes. She recently moved to Dallas and is looking for a second job. That is where she meets Owen, she stumbles upon his studio.
Owen is a great guy with problems of his own. But regardless of what he has going on in his life he still finds ways to help those around him who he loves.
I fell for Owen, he is humble, funny and fights for what he wants, there are many obstacles and he is a selfish person, but who isn't? Auburn and Owen fall for each other, but there is a slight problem that just doesn't let them be together and makes them stay apart for a while. They have to figure out a way to save there relationship.
Confess had me nervous at points, scared and my emotions where all over the place. I loved that. My favorite part of Confess was feeling how brave Auburn is. How she will do anything to get what she wants, without people intimidating her, and Owen will do anything to support her.
I wouldn't change anything from the book.
I rate this book 5 stars.

I can't wait to watch Confess now that I have finished the book.

View all my reviews


The Lost Boy
Maybe Someday
A Child Called
Fifty Shades Trilogy
The Prisoner of Heaven
The Notebook
My Sister's Keeper
The Hunger Games
Harry Potter Boxset
The Lucky One
Dear John
The Fault in Our Stars
The Host
The Twilight Saga
Safe Haven
Vampire Academy Collection
Return to Paradise
The Last Song
If I Stay Collection
Where She Went

Silvia's favorite books »