Series review: Millennium

OH GOD THE AMAZINGNESS I CANT

Note: this review contains spoilers for the three Millennium books

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Movie review: Alice Through the Looking Glass

THIS MOVIE WAS SO AWESOME I CANNOT

Note: this review contains minor spoilers for said movie

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Movie review: Captain America: Civil War

First of all: if I was able to cry, I think I would have lied on the floor in the theaters for another 3 days, but HOLY FUCKING SHIT THIS WAS A-MA-ZING. It was everything and nothing of what I expected and the only thing I know now is that I must see it again!

THIS REVIEW IS NOT FULLY SPOILER FREE (it maybe has some small spoilers and one about the ending of the big fight you saw in the trailer but that’s it)

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Movie review: Deadpool

I have seen this movie before, and I thought I’d written a review on it, but apparently I hadn’t. Well, in that case.. time for a review of one of my favorite Marvel movies EVER

Note: this review doesn’t contain (too huge) spoilers for the movie

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Book review: We Were Liars

I heard a lot of things about this book so when I saw it in my library I immediately took it and GOSH THIS BOOK. IT’S AMAZING. THE ENDING. I CAN’T.

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March wrap-up

Hello there again! Another month has passed, and I read another few very awesome books that I cannot wait to share with you ^^

I know I’m quite late, but to be honest, I worked 6 days a week, and the time left, I was sleeping or reading. Pretty good excuse, isn’t it? 😛

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Series review: Blood of Eden

Note: this review contains spoilers for all three books of the Blood of Eden series

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So, Last night I finished the Forever Song, the last book in the Blood of Eden series, and for a few moments I just didn’t know what to do. I felt a bit empty, and also sad. The series ended, and it was pretty perfect but… what now? Well, review time of course 🙂

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Book review: The Selection

Note: This review contains spoilers for the first book of the The Selection series

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I was really busy writing a series review, but I got distracted, I needed to do this first.

I had seen the hype all over the Facebook group I’m in (“Young adults boeken en series<3“, for the Dutchies here), and I found The Selection and The Elite in the library, so I got them. Now, I know I can’t base my opinion on other people, but that many positive posts got me excited.

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Movie review: Vampire Academy

Note: This review contains spoilers for the movie and first book of the Vampire Academy series

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Vampire Academy is based on the first book of the series by Richelle Mead

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I read the books 2 years ago, so I can’t really compare the movie to them. That’s not a big problem, because well, most comparisons aren’t really positive for the movies when coming from me. However, I did have some critical thoughts while watching it.

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Movie review: City of Bones

Note: This review contains spoilers for the movie and the first three books (City of Bones, City of Ashes, City of Glass) in the The Mortal Instruments series.

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So since I read all the books, I decided to watch the movie. I heard some good and some bad things about it, and it made me really curious.

Synopsis: Clary Fray (Lilly Collins) starts seeing a strange symbol everywhere, but no one else can see it. When she and her best friend Simon Lewis (Robert Sheenan) go to a nightclub, she sees Jace Wayland (Jamie Campbell) killing another man, and yet again, she’s the only one seeing it. Later, Clary talks to Jace, but gets interrupted by her mother, who keeps calling her. She runs home, but she’s too late and instead of her mother, she finds a demon waiting for her. After Jace saves her by killing it, he takes her and Simon to the Institute where they meet Jace’s brother Alec (Kevin Zegers) and sister Isabelle (Jemina West) Lightwood. Together with them, Hodge (Jared Harris), and her mother’s friend Luke Garroway (Aidan Turner), Clary goes on a search for her mother  and the ‘Valentine’ she’s warned Clary for.

IMDB link: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

I think that if you haven’t read the books, this movie is pretty awesome, the storyline makes sense, there’s action, there’s romance… Everything you look for in a movie, right?

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