6 Times Goodreads Got The Rating Wrong

Conclusion? If it’s a psychological thriller, it must be a pretty damn good one! Because I have enough with alcoholic and amnesia women. Can we please please stop with Woman in the Kitchen and Woman in bicycle kind of titles? What about you? Did you guys notice how Goodreads can sometimes be very wrong? Of course,…

We Need Kindness

After the breaking news of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, I couldn’t help myself but to spark discussions around mental health. I wrote a whole rant on it on my Facebook but I realized the core of my message is that : We need kindness. We live in a world where people tend to over…

Author Interview: Cameron Johnston

Hello ladies and gentlemen! The stars have aligned for us today as Cameron Johnston, author of the recently-reviewed-by-me The Traitor God, takes the time to answer some questions for us. What do you say if we kick things off by giving everyone an idea of who you are? Hi, I’m Cameron Johnston, author of the…

Monthly Wrap-Up | May 2018

Hello lovely people! It’s that time of the month where we go through all the good (and maybe bad?) stuff that happened to us! This is an easy way for everyone to check out posts that might intrigue them or have missed from us and share their thoughts with us. Feel free to share what…

How To Get More Reading Done While Traveling

I decided super last minute that I would make my own Europe Tour (I’m from Canada)! I hesitated a lot on taking this trip but then I realized I should live my life to the fullest! I gathered enough money, this is the age where I have the most energy so why not 😀 Hello,…

How Did You Get into Reading?

Every bookworm I encounter has a story to tell. Finding out how they started is always a heartwarming tale of discovery and exploration. But how come reading still seems to be an activity that very little people around us actively invest in? It’s as if picking up a book is a taboo act that should…

Top 5 Books of 2018 – So Far

I’ve read a lot of books these past few months but I haven’t got time to review all of them. What better way than to reunite them in a post?  I now present to you, my 5 top reads  (SO FAR and EXCLUDING the ones I already reviewed) released this year.  I also got back…

Suicide Squad Extended Cut (2016) Movie Review

Title: Suicide Squad Universe: DCEU Rated: PG-13 Director: David Ayer Story: David Ayer Release Date: 2016 Runtime: 2h3min Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction Cast: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Jinnaman, Viola Davis, and many more! Budget: $175,000,000 Opening Weekend: $133,700,000 Box Office: $745,600,000 Also in the DC Extended Universe: Man of Steel (2013)…

Monthly Wrap-Up | April 2018

Hello lovely people! It’s that time of the month where we go through all the good (and maybe bad?) stuff that happened to us! This is an easy way for everyone to check out posts that might intrigue them or have missed from us and share their thoughts with us. Feel free to share what…

Avengers : Infinity War Movie Review

One of the biggest movie of the year.. or hell OF ALL YEARS! And it left me like this: Other Movies where the stones are found  Soul Stone: ?? With that in mind, this movie is about Thanos and how he be reuniting all the stones once and for all.  The storyline  Honestly, Marvel has…

Why Do You Review?

Hello ladies and gentlemen! Have you ever wondered about it? Why do we bother to review? Whether it’s books, movies, consumables, or anything we possess, reviewing everything and anything is something that has become extremely recrudescent in our time. But our reasons to sharing our thoughts with everyone else isn’t always the same from one…

Bookish Pet Peeves

I think we can all agree here that we lovee reading. But I don’t know about you guys but I have a few of bookish annoyances on the way. Movie Tie-In Covers I mean who even had the brilliant idea of creating those WEIRD MOVIE COVERS?! I can’t even think of one good movie tie-in…

The Book Awards

I got inspired by the Oscars and The Grammys, but for books! So I present to you, Trang’s own version of The Book Awards LOL Why not ?! It’s also a nice way to  review my favourite books and what make them so special 😀 Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (don’t want to…

Monthly Wrap-Up | March 2018

Hello lovely people! It’s that time of the month where we go through all the good (and maybe bad?) stuff that happened to us! This is an easy way for everyone to check out posts that might intrigue them or have missed from us and share their thoughts with us. Feel free to share what…

Ready Player One : Book VS Movie

Reading Ready Player One was one of the most satisfying experience in my entire life. I reviewed the book back in 2016 and fangirled so bad about it.  It climbs up easily being on of my top 10 books of all time. Following that rank, Lashaan had to read it (he made it a mission…

The Greatness of Video Games

Hello ladies and gentlemen! With Ready Player One (2018) directed by Steven Spielberg just around the corner, I thought it would be a nice idea to share something I am pretty passionate about, yet rarely openly ramble about: video games.

Trang, Where Have You Been?

As promised, I said I would write a whole post explaining what’s going on with my life and with the blog. First thing, I took some time off to think about rebranding Bookidote. It’s a bold move but as Bookidote continues to grow, I thought it would be more relevant to adapt a more simple…

Jessica Jones (TV Series 2015—) Season 2 Review

Title: Jessica Jones Universe: Marvel’s Netflix Universe Rated: PG-13 Creator: Melissa Rosenberg Release Date: March 8th 2018 Number of episodes: 13 Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Mystery, Science Fiction Cast: Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Eka Darville, J.R. Ramirez, Carrie-Anne Moss, Janet McTeer and many more! Jessica Jones returns to uncover the truth behind her past in ways that…

Love, Simon Movie Review

I was lucky enough to be invited to Love, Simon Premiere on February 9, 2018 in Montreal! Big thank you to Harper Collins for having me at the event 🙂 This movie has the most ordinary plot ever with some of the most ordinary lives ever.  Finally, we have a normal YA movie with no…