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…

All-Star Batman: The First Ally by Scott Snyder

Title: All-Star Batman Story arc: The First Ally Volume: 3 Stand-Alone: No Universe: Dc Universe Rebirth Writer(s): Scott Snyder Illustrator(s): Rafael Albuquerque, Sebastian Fiumara, Rafael Scavone, and many more! Publisher: DC Comics Format: Hardcover Paperback Release Date: March 20th 2018 Pages: 176 Genre(s): Comics, Science Fiction ISBN13: 9781401277260 Previously on Rebirth’s All-Star Batman: My Own Worst Enemy…

All-Star Batman: Ends of the Earth by Scott Snyder

Title: All-Star Batman Story arc: Ends of the Earth Volume: 2 Stand-Alone: No Universe: Dc Universe Rebirth Writer(s): Scott Snyder Illustrator(s): Jock, Tula Lotay, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Francesco Francavilla, and many more! Publisher: DC Comics Format: Paperback Paperback Release Date: March 20th 2018 Pages: 144 Genre(s): Comics, Science Fiction ISBN13: 9781401277895 Previously on Rebirth’s All-Star Batman: My Own Worst…

Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence

Title: Grey Sister Series: Book of the Ancestor #2 Author(s): Mark Lawrence Publisher: Ace Books Format: Hardcover Release Date: April 3rd 2018 Pages: 432 Genre(s): Fantasy ISBN13: 9781101988886 Previously in the Book of the Ancestors: There is a lot to appreciate with Grey Sister. It is not only a testament to Mark Lawrence’s expertise in…

Justice League: The Villain’s Journey by Geoff Johns

Title: Justice League Story arc: The Villain’s Journey Volume: 2 Stand-Alone: No Universe: New 52 Writer(s): Geoff Johns Illustrator(s): Jim Lee, Scott Williams, Ivan Reis, and many more! Publisher: DC Comics Format: Paperback Paperback Release Date: October 1st 2013 Pages: 176 Genre(s): Comics, Science Fiction ISBN13: 9781401237653 Previously on the New 52’s Justice League: Justice League: Origin (Volume…

Monthly Wrap-Up + Halloween Costume | October 2017

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. You can even get a…

#Bookworm AF

Sometimes I just randomly collect Tumblr screenshots because the people are being real as hell hahah and I noticed ALL MY PICTURES ARE BOOK RELATED. I decided why don’t I share with all my bookworm friends? Which is all of you!!

The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

“This is something I know: no matter how far you have run, no matter how long you have been lost, it is never too late to be found.” — Rene Denfeld, The Child Finder     Every once in a while you’ll come across a novel that’ll succeed in doing the impossible. For me, Rene Denfeld’s…

September TBR 2017 // Personal Lives

HELLO FRIENDS! Time to see what September’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 

Monthly Wrap-Up | August 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! 😀

Lost Boy by Christina Henry – The True Story of Captain Hook

MY RATING: ★★★★★/5  Lost Boy was my first novel from Christina Henry  and to be honest, I was not disappointed. I think Peter Pan has been one of my favourite classic tales. When I read it for the first time last year, I felt like a kid still enjoying the magical world of fairy dust,…

Free Comic Book Day 2017 Haul

Hello beautiful people! As some of you might know, yesterday was Free Comic Book Day!!! This event occurs on the first Saturday of May and is one that no comic book fan should miss out on! Having attended this event for three years straight, I know that #FCBD2017 is the day where I clean up…

One of the Boys by Daniel Magariel | Read-Along

    Narrated by a twelve-year old boy, One of the Boys is the story of a shattered family. Emotional and absolutely riveting, Daniel Magariel’s debut novel immerses you into the mind of a child who simply wants to join his father and older brother on their plan of starting a new life away from their mother….

Monthly Wrap-Up | January 2017

Hello lovely people! Already a month into 2017. I’m sure plenty has happened within 31 days for every single one of us. Hopefully, most of these things bring a smile on all your faces. Today we’re about to revisit all the posts we’ve published, all the wonderful books we’ve discovered and all the great cinematic art…

Monthly Wrap-Up | December 2016

Hello lovely people! December is now over! Hope everyone had a wonderful month with the least amount of stress or problems though! Hope the Holidays have been filled with joy and heart-warming moments! Big sorry for the delay for this wrap-up, Trang has been quite busy lately! 😀 Today we’re about to revisit all the posts…

The Last Bookstore- Los Angeles Attraction

In the beginning of May, we had the chance to travel to Los Angeles! As reknowned bookworms *smirk*, we had to visit the most popular bookstore out there: THE LAST BOOKSTORE!  A real bookworm treat babay! They have couches to read, every genre is separated in an unique way and my favourite has to be…

September 2016 TBR

  HELLO FRIENDS! Watch out! It’s Bookidote’s forecast time! 😀 In this edition of our Monthly Kick in the Butt, you’ll see what we’re currently reading, what we plan on reading, our monthly quote + our thoughts and a segment on what’s going on in life!

The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins

MY RATING: ★★★☆☆ “There’s nothing so painful, so corrosive, as suspicion.” Goodreads blurb : “EVERY DAY THE SAME Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning and night. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the…

Cinedote Review – Trumbo (2015)

Summary: In 1947, Dalton Trumbo was Hollywood’s top screenwriter, until he and other artists were jailed and blacklisted for their political beliefs. Director: Jay Roach Writers: John McNamara (screenplay), Bruce Cook (book) Stars: Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, Helen Mirren, Louis C.K., Elle Fanning, John Goodman, Michael Struhlbarg    Cinema has known a lot of drama throughout time. From actors, screenwriters, directors…