A zombie changes the world by bringing a living girl into his hive.
R is a zombie that is different. He wants more from his boring lifestyle of standing around and groaning. He wants to be able to speak in full sentences and be able to read. He wants to know what his name was. He knows that he is different from his other zombie friends; he doesn’t understand why. One day, he inexplicably decides to bring a living girl back to his hive after a hunt. He smears her with zombie blood, disguising her life scent. As the days go on, R finds himself feeling more human. He doesn’t feed on the living as much. he starts to be able to read again. He learns how to speak longer sentences by the day. All because of Julie, the living girl he brought home from his hunt.Read the rest of this entry →
Down a Lost Road is about a teenage girl who is whisked away from her world, and replaced in Arah Byen. Ungulion, dark creatures plaguing Arah Byen, chase her. Yatol, a mysterious boy who rescues her from the Ungulion clutches, keeps rescuing her and teaching her her part in his world. Soon Merelin sets out to save Arah Byen from the Ungulion.Read the rest of this entry →
Hello every single person who reads my blog! I’m back! (sorry for the absence!)
Whoa! I didn’t even realize that it was the new year! Well, here are my favorite books that I read in 2012! I loved them all!
1. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Fahrenheit 451 really struck deep. It is a wonderful book. The ideas presented within it were very powerful in what they meant in today’s society. Ray Bradbury is practically a prophet! He somehow knew or guessed the future. This book almost makes me fear the future and what it could mean for books and reading!Read the rest of this entry →
Hey Guys! I know, I haven’t posted for almost two months. I was really busy, but now I’m back! Here’s a book review!
I remember many of class-mates in middle school complaining about this book. Now that I have read it for myself, I don’t really understand why they were so against the book. I loved it. It struck very deep inside of me.Read the rest of this entry →
My first book is My Boyfriends’ Dogs by Dandi Daley Mackall. I first heard about this book in a convocation I attended (Which was encouraging reading). I found it interesting and added it to my to-read list. That was two years ago. I still plan on reading it, if I ever get to it. It is about a high school girl whose boyfriends (plural) leave her with their (the two of them) dogs. So she is ranting about how they left her with three dogs or something. She just wants a good boyfriend. The book starts out with her walking into a diner a soaking wet prom dress and her three dogs in tow. It is a romance novel, so be warned, guys. I just thought it was interesting.Read the rest of this entry →