Book Talk: Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

“It’s much easier to be brave if you don’t know everything.” Number the Stars by Lois Lowry talks about the struggle during the time when Nazis were occupying Denmark. This is a historical fiction work, and it could help us readers understand more of what the survivors went through and how they made it. In…

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Sweet 16

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina recently came out on Netflix, and my best friend and I immediately went for it. Well, we both were on period and needed some entertainment. It happened to be there. And it looked good. Sabrina Spellman is a teenager whose life is ten times more complicated than most. She is…

The Fraud in Me

I realized I hated her kind. The type that had it easy. Born in stability, not a silver spoon but close to one. The perfect voice, accent, the slender silk skin with the perfect head shape and beautiful proportionate face. The type of people who empathized for a situation they were not born into and…

The House with A Clock in Its Walls: Tick Tock Humanity

Decades ago, young Lewis Barnavelt had to move into his uncle Jonathan’s strangely decorated house after his parents died in a car crash. He was greeted warmly by his uncle and his neighboring best friend, Florence Zimmerman, and he found a bit of comfort in his uncle’s warmth. However, Lewis noticed strange things around the…

Goosebumps 2: the Horror in the Lack of Jack Black

I won’t lie, I went to see this movie for Jack Black. And boy was I disappointed. Goosebumps 2 is mainly about Slappy the puppet’s revenge. In my honest opinion, Slappy is the ultimate horror, when I was a little child reading Goosebumps, he was the worst. So when two best friends found Slappy and…

Book Talk: A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

One of my closest friends told me that one of his favorite books was A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. Considering we started a book club recently, we decided to read it together and discuss it as a group one fine morning at a Starbucks. I’ve read a couple of Hemingway’s, and I have only…