A Neuroscientist Explores the Border Between Life and Death by Adrien Owen

MY RATING: ★★★★/ 5  Anyone knowing me would know how much I’m passionate about my field of study, neurosciences, and this book perfectly describes the fundamental aspects as well as the psychological ones that I rarely see people do. He describes his experience and work with his patients dealing with neurological disease over 29 years. When…

Upcoming Superhero Movies and How to Prepare For Them (Chapter 2)

HELLO WONDERFUL PEOPLE! I really hope everyone is enjoying their summer to the fullest! Personally it has been pretty hectic with work as free time became quite a luxury! Nothing to worry about though. Come July, the world will still keep on spinning and superhero movies will keep on coming out by the dozen! 😀…

Batman/The Flash: The Button (Rebirth) by Tom King

“And the moment I saw you… I knew every choice I’d ever made had been the right ones… Because they led to you.” — Tom King, Batman/The Flash: The Button Previously on DC Universe Rebirth’s Batman: Batman (Volume 1) I Am Gotham by Tom King Batman (Volume 1.5) Night of the Monster Men by Steve Orlando…

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

“It’s only when the dream is over that you see how odd it all was, how it actually didn’t make sense at all.” — Shari Lapena, The Couple Next Door     The Couple Next Door is one of the most wildest story that occurs within just a couple of days. This debut thriller by Shari Lapena…

The Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov

“Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.” — Isaac Asimov, Foundation     Mind games at their finest! In The Foundation Trilogy, comprised of Foundation (Book 1), Foundation and Empire (Book 2), and Second Foundation (Book 3), you’ll quickly find yourself in front of an author whose grasp on science-fiction is beyond belief. Far more idea-driven than…

Top Fcked Up Books

I was going to put up a review today but I feel like sharing my fcked up books instead haha 😉 The fcked up genre for me group the taboos, psychological thriller and weird plots that make you go omg…WHAT AM I READING. The Whole Collection of Chuck Palahniuk Books  My favourite book from him…

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy

“How to tell a shattered story? By slowly becoming everybody. No. By slowly becoming everything.” — Arundhati Roy, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness     20 years after the release of the classic Booker Prize winner The God of Small Things, Arundhati Roy releases her second work of fiction, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Although I…

Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff

MY RATING: ★★/ 5  “It’s easy to lose yourself in the idea of a person and be blinded to their reality.” ― Jay Kristoff, Stormdancer I was very excited to read this novel giving the fact that I’ve loved AIDAN in The Illuminae Files and I knew that Jay Kristoff was the one behind it. Unfortunately,…

Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz

MY RATING: ★★★★ I know Lashaan is secretly cursing me right now because I read this book before he did LOL but LET ME ASSURE YOU, YOU WERE RIGHT TO BE CURSING ME BECAUSE THIS BOOK WAS A FANTASTIC READ.

Our Little Secret by Roz Nay [+GIVEAWAY]

“Do you really want to know what happened?” — Roz Nay, Our Little Secret     This is one of those rare thrillers that actually succeeds in telling a fast-paced, completely immersive and strongly manipulative story in the most concise and addictive way possible. I’d mention that I’m slightly exaggerating, but I’m really not. In under…

Wonder Woman (2017) Movie Review

    Summary: Before she was Wonder Woman she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained warrior. When a pilot crashes and tells of conflict in the outside world, she leaves home to fight a war to end all wars, discovering her full powers and true destiny. Director: Patty Jenkins Writers: Allan Heinberg (screenplay and story), Scott Snyder (story),…

The Long Drop by Denise Mina

“He knows too much to be an honest man but says he wants to help.” — Denise Mina, The Long Drop     Denise Mina delivers a true crime story infused with fiction as she tells the story behind Scotland’s very first serial killer. Deemed to be the trial of the century in 1950’s Glasglow,…

June TBR 2017 // Personal Lives

HELLO FRIENDS! Time to see what June’s bookish weather is going to be like! 😀 In this edition of our Monthly Kick in the Butt, we’ll go over what we’re currently reading, what we plan on reading, our monthly quotes + our thoughts and a segment on what’s going on our lives! Currently reading Lashaan (The…

Monthly Wrap-Up | May 2017

Hello lovely people! Today we’ll revisit all the posts we’ve published, all the wonderful books we’ve discovered and all the great cinematic art we might have crossed paths with! Don’t be shy to share what you think about anything! 😀