I attempted to listen to this book two years ago but quickly found myself lost because of how dense this book is. There is a lot of information at the beginning and it was hard for me to remember everything. After watching the new movie, I realized I wanted to give this book another chance … More Review: Dune by Frank Herbert
The Jungle Book is a collection of seven short fables set in the jungle, each of which is accompanied by a poem. As someone who grew up watching the many different versions of The Jungle Book, this is sadly my first time actually reading the stories. I liked these stories for the most part. There … More Review: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
“The world seems full of good men, even if there are monsters in it.” Dracula is one of the first classic horror books that almost everyone recommends. I first read this book in college and since have read it multiple times. This time I decided to give the full cast audiobook a try and I … More Review: Dracula by Bram Stoker
It has been 10 years since I have read this classic romance and it was just as enjoyable as I remember. We follow Jane through her childhood as an orphan, to her days as a governess at Thornfield Hall, to her experience with love and loss, and in finding her lost family. Charlotte Bronte weaves … More Review: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
So shortly after I started this blog I posted my 2020 reading goals. Since its the end of the year I figured we would check in and see how I did on these goals and if I actually reached them. I have added a few goals to this list since I originally created the first … More 2020 Reading Goals Update!
It has been years since I read this book so when I saw this dramatized audiobook available for free through Audible I couldn’t resist rereading it. Peter Pan was one of my favorite childhood movies and books. I always wanted to go on adventures and never grow up, still want to actually. Peter Pan is … More Review: Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie
The Picture of Dorian Grey is about a young man, Dorian, who sells his soul for eternal youth. With every day that passes a portrait of Dorian, painted by his friend Basil, gets older and he remains forever young. I read this book initially in 2013 and I remember liking it. This time around was … More Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
I started listening to this book with audile’s new stories section. It’s free audiobooks for kids and teens but it also has a lot of classics on it which is great. I totally recommend checking it out if you have kids or if you are interested in YA or classic books. Alice’s adventures in Wonderland … More Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll