Hey guys! So this type of post has been around for a while, but of course I’m late to the party. I’m going to split up this post into two parts because…why not! I always find these ‘5o bookish facts’ posts rather interesting and you find out a lot about the blogger behind the blog. Let’s just get into these 25 facts.
Hello guys! I thought this would be a fun, short post about my Ilvermorny sorting. If you guys didn’t know, JKR released some new information on the Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry which is a wizarding school based in America. The information was so interesting and it left me wanting another couple of books just for Ilvermorny (that’s the power of JKR!). I guess I will just have to be content with the extra tidbits we are getting at the moment!
Anyway as I said, this post is going to be my sorting in Ilvermorny. I’ll split it up into two parts pre-Sorting and post-Sorting. Let’s get right to this!
Hello guys! So as you can tell by the title of this post is going to be about everything diverse. Well not everything, I will be mainly focusing on the reading end and why at the end of a long day, or on the bus or just on my way to school I find myself reading books that are not on the diverse kind.
Title: A Darker Shade of Magic
Author: V.E. Schwab
My rating: 4.5/5
Goodreads rating: 4.32/5
Publisher: Titan Books
Summary (Back of book):
Kell is one of the last travellers-magicians with a rare ability to travel between parallel universes connected by one magical city. There’s Grey London,without magic and ruled by the mad King George III. Red London-where magic is revered, and whee Kell was raised alongside the heir to the empire. White London-where people fight to control the remaining magic and magic fights back. And once there was Black London…
HELLO EVERYBODY! I AM BACK AT BOOK BLOGGING, PROPERLY!