Quidditch Through the Ages

J.K. Rowling This is one of those books that no matter how many times I read it the material doesn't sink it. That probably has to do with the fact that this is about a sport! My discovery when reading this book (for the third time) was the mention of a Brutus Scrimgeour, this made … Continue reading Quidditch Through the Ages

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Stephen Chbosky I am a bit behind with making a post for this book because I finished the book last week, but here it goes. I LOVED this book. It was written in a simple language that was moving, relate-able. and easy to understand. This is one of those books that you do not want … Continue reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

J.K.Rowling This is about the ninth time I've read this book. I am what is commonly called a "Potter-head," or a Harry Potter Obsessed person. I have been reading the series since I was eleven and have even been known to make things in relation to the series. The last time I read the series … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

The Birth of Tragedy (pt. 4)

Friedrich Nietzsche When reading sections 6-8 I absorbed nothing. The author is too obscure with his writing that I cannot understand what he was trying to get across in the slightest. The only thing I think he mentioned in these sections was the purpose of the chorus in Greek tragedy. Personally I think the Chorus … Continue reading The Birth of Tragedy (pt. 4)