A Bittersweet Ending: A reaction to ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’

Much to the initial joy of fans around the world “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” was released on July 31, 2016. The Harry Potter fanbase went wild. “It’s an epilogue about Harry and the gang after book seven,” we all screamed, rushing the doorways of Barnes and Nobles establishments everywhere as employees braced for impact. Wh.. what happens next?

Revisiting the World of Wealth With ‘China Rich Girlfriend’

<Be warned: This review contains spoilers. Go read the first book!> Have you read the first book? Good. Let’s get started then. Kevin Kwan did it again. His second book “China Rich Girlfriend” had me enthralled from start to finish, made some profound points and even added in a huge twist that I barely saw coming. In Wh.. what happens next?

Comparing the book to the movie: The Martian

So I did a huge no-no this year. I watched a movie based on a book BEFORE I READ THE BOOK! I’m still dodging the literary police force. While this is normally something I’d never do I am glad that I did it. I hadn’t heard anything about “The Martian” by Andy Weir before I watched Wh.. what happens next?

Loving on Captain America Civil War without giving away spoilers

So I saw Captain America: Civil War  and oh my lord I am not okay. If you haven’t seen it yet you need to. It was fantastic. I’ve been gushing about it all weekend with my friends but I refuse to be the A-hole that divulges spoilers about amazing movies so I want to share all Wh.. what happens next?

The fascinating world of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

  It is the time of the year when many of us are searching for one of the highlights of our year: the perfect summer read. I normally delve into my stacks of books to find what I will be enjoying on my warm Saturdays but I think this year I may have read a good Wh.. what happens next?

What to do for Earth Day: Be smart not blind

It’s Earth Day! For me, Earth Day used to mean plays and presentations and a full day of playing outside in the dirt as a kid. When I got older it meant school classes filled with earth-themed lessons. As an adult, Earth Day faded into the background of my busy life. I used it as another Wh.. what happens next?

‘Hellhole’ AKA the sci-fi book that I love even though I don’t like sci-fi

I am not normally a lover of science fiction stories. To date I have now read about three books in the sci-fi genre, one being a school assignment, another being a short story in a collection of other thriller/sci-fi stories and the latest a book that I actually chose, purchased and read. That last one if Wh.. what happens next?