Top Ten Movies Based on YA books

In no particular order, here are my top ten movies, that are based on YA novels. These are movies I loved as movies, and not necessarily as an adaptation of the books. For example, I loved the movie Inkheart, but when comparing it to the book it falls short, as a movie itself it was … Continue reading Top Ten Movies Based on YA books

Exploring My Books: Trilogies

AS I AM NOW CO-HOSTING EXPLORING MY BOOKS WITH ADDLEPATES AND BOOK NERDS, OUR TOPIC THIS WEEK IS Trilogies I feel as if trilogies have always been a great way to share a story, while still keeping it relatively short. While I have read numerous trilogies over the years, I only own the complete trilogy of a few. … Continue reading Exploring My Books: Trilogies

Exploring My Books: Dragons

AS I AM NOW CO-HOSTING EXPLORING MY BOOKS WITH ADDLEPATES AND BOOK NERDS, OUR TOPIC THIS WEEK IS A Mythical Creature Dragons   When faced with this week's prompt, the first creature that jumped to my mind was dragons! After thinking through all the books I own, I've found a few that have dragons in them. The first … Continue reading Exploring My Books: Dragons

Exploring My Books: Book Dad

AS I AM NOW CO-HOSTING EXPLORING MY BOOKS WITH ADDLEPATES AND BOOK NERDS, OUR TOPIC THIS WEEK IS Bookish Dad With Father's Day coming up on Sunday, this is the perfect opportunity to share my favorite book dad from my shelves! This prestigious honor goes to Mortimer "Mo" Folchart from the Inkworld trilogy by Cornelia Funke. He is a … Continue reading Exploring My Books: Book Dad

Top Six Changed Feelings

To start off, sorry for the delay, I know Tuesday is almost over, but I've been super busy and I scratched my eye over the weekend, so my vision isn't perfect right now. I feel that it is natural for our feelings towards a particular subject matter to change and evolve over time as our … Continue reading Top Six Changed Feelings

Exploring My Books: Completing a set

THIS WEEK'S TOPIC FROM ADDLEPATES AND BOOKWORMS IS books you bought just to complete a set Unfortunately for my wallet, I like owning complete sets of series, even if I'm not particularly thrilled with the novels themselves. Honestly the only one of the books below that I actually read is Inkdeath, which I reviewed last Sunday. … Continue reading Exploring My Books: Completing a set

Inkdeath

Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke "CAUGHT BETWEEN THE COVERS OF A CURSED STORY . . . Ever since the extraordinary events of Inkspell, when the enchanted book Inkheart drew Meggie and her father, Mo, into its chapters, life in the Inkworld has been more tragic than magical. The fire-eater Dustfinger is dead, having sacrificed his life for … Continue reading Inkdeath