Film Review: Everything, Everything

Film Review: Everything, Everything

Last week a friend and I watched Everything, Everything, a film adaptaion of the bestselling YA novel by Nicola Yoon. I really enjoyed the book; in my review I spoke of how it was “a bundle of greatness” and so needless to say, I was super excited about the fact that it had been turned into a film.maddy!

It’s well known that books are always better than the film, but it doesn’t mean that the adaptation can’t be enjoyed!  Starring the wonderful Amandla Sternberg as Madeline (Maddy) Whittier, deep down I knew that the Everything, Everything film was going to be amazing (and it was).  Read more

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Birthday Book Tag!

Birthday Book Tag!

So yesterday was my birthday!!🎈 I am both excited and terrified at the fact that I am now 21…! Either way, it’s a milestone birthday and so I decided to mark the special occasion by doing this cool birthday book tag, I found over on this blog.

Count your birthday along your bookshelf and then subtract your birth month. What book does it land on?

The Help by Kathryn Stockett which is a brilliant book that I’d 100% recommend you read!

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One by Sarah Crossan

One by Sarah Crossan

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Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary, Poetry

Main themes: Family, Loss, Love

Rating: 5 stars

Here

We Are.

And we are living.

Isn’t that amazing?

How we manage

to be

at all.

One follows the lives of conjoined twins Grace and Tippi. At 16, it’s amazing that both have survived for so long but now that their family has run into financial difficulties, they must now survive the new challenge of what state school will bring them. As the year progresses, they soon have to face a decision which will turn their world upside down. A very emotional, lyrical, and beautiful read which magnificently depicts the love of two brave sisters.

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