Review for Hardy Boys Tagged for terror

Hello, Guys. I know you might me mad at me for being so late but I had some tests going on and next month I’ll have some more.SO, I’ve been very busy. Her’s another review.

We all love Hardy Boys and I do too so here it is. A book from Hardy BOYS CASEFILES THAT i read recently and I promise it will grip you till the end.Mr. Hardy  is requested by a very wealthy Airport Corporation owner to investigate the case of missing luggage. But Mr. Hardy is busy so The Hardies are all of his hope.

Join the hardies in their life-threatening adventure.

Rating:

Language: 4.5/5

Plot: 5/5

Characters: 5/5

Please read it and follow the Hardies in their new adventure. Thanks, for your support I’ll be back soon.

 

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Review for ‘Winging It!’ confessions of a angel in training by Shel Delisle

Sorry, guys I had to leave blogging for almost a month because of few exams. Here I am back with a lot of books, reviews and cheers.
This book is awesome. Ever wondered, whether there are angles? What do they do? How do they live?
This book is made for you.
The story of a Angel-in-training, Grace Lightbourne. Grace wants to become a guardian for the people on earth. But will she make it? Will she get her wings?
Ratings:
Plot: 5/5
Language: 4/5
Characters: 5/5
This book should be a must read on your list. A cozy adventure and quest is all you need.
Here is the thought:
Character if what you are in dark

Review for Twenty Eight and a half wishes by Denise Grower Swank

This book was a new found while I was browsing through my Kindle store. The cover and title attracted it and here I am reviewing it. It is a must read.
It is about a girl who has always been trapped in her life. She is never allowed to have fun and live her life. She knows that she will die in five days and she has only them to live her life to complete twenty eight and a half wishes. Wanna know what were they? What happened next?
Then simply read the book. It was awesome.

Review for A French girl in New York by Anna Adams

I was browsing through Amazon Kindle when I found this fantastic book. It was awesome.
Ratings:
Characters: 5/5
They were amazing.
Plot: 5/5
It’s definitely for music lovers but it will still fascinate you if you aren’t one.
Language: 4.5/5
Nothing’s perfect.
So, this book is about a ambitious girl, Maude Laurent who is living with her foster parents in a very boring town of Carven. It’s her journey as people discover her talents, she discovers her identity and as the title says moves to NYC.
Music is all she is, it is written as the author feels it itself and as I write this post, I’m listening to some opera overtures.

Review for Star Wars: A new hope

I recently read Ryder Windham’s Star Wars Trilogy’s a new hope. It was not awimages (13)esome as the movie. Star Wars Movies are better than the books but my job is to review them. So, here it is.
RATINGS:
Character: 3.5/5
Sorry, Star Wars fans but in the books the character’s were not taken care of, very much.
Plot: 5/5
Plot is superb
Language: 4/5

Luke Skywalker is not happy with his life and knows that there is something big out there waiting for him. He becomes a Jedi and fights who we call Darth Vader. But who is the man behind the mask? Wanna know.
READ IT THEN AND THE REST OF THE PARTS Too. or simply watch the movie.

Review for Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

There is one thing I can say and that is this books doesn’t need a review but still I cannot resist. So here it is.
Rating:
Language: 5/5
Plot: 5/5
Character: 4/5
Some of my beloved characters had little flaws, so I deduct one mark.
It is the story of a family with five girls. Three of them, main are Elizabeth, Jane and Lydia (I didn’t like Lydia).
There are three men too Darcy, Bingely and Wickham. The story as the title suggests revolves around pride and vanity of these people and ends as least expected. The ending surprised because I wanted the book to be a long one. You’ll love it too.

Book Month

Book Month

This month, I am looking for suggestions for books. If you have any please like to share. I would be very please. Thanks for all the likes and love!

I am introducing my new written book, waiting to get published in this post and I will also give a list of books I have read at the bottom of this post.


 

                             The Whistler

What does the title give you? A mysterious idea? If it does then you are right. The book is a detective, thriller with breath- taking action and long, beautiful story. It is about a case allorted to police and how it ends up in New Jersey. A tinge of a bit of romance is also present and the air of discipline too. I am now writing another book based on the same characters. I WONDER HOW MANY BOOKS WILL BE READY TILL I GET THEM READY TO PUBLISH.

I see that everyday I am getting better at writing. I can write almost any type of good story. Whether it be thriller or emotional, sensational or fiction. Anything is Ready!


 

List of books I HAVE READ

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoners of Azkaban
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoniex
  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  • The Book Thief
  • Hound of the Baskervilles
  • A study in Scarlet-1
  • A study in Scarlet-2
  • The Sign of four
  • Wuthering Heights
  • The Valley of Fear
  • Hardy Boys: Trouble in Paradise
  • Hardy Boys: Ghost Stories
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth
  • The Corinthian
  • The Valley of Adventure
  • The Famous Five: On a hike together
  • Oliver Twist
  • The Krishna Key
  • A Tale of Two Cities (currently reading)
  • Great Expectations (currently reading)
  • The Canterville Ghost
  • Alice in Wonderland (Half)
  • Landry News (Half)
  • Sherlock Holmes: the blue rube

Please share your views. Some of the books mentioned above have got reviews on tihs website, check them out. Happy Reading!

Review 7: for the Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire

Review 7: Harry Potter and the goblet of fire

Harry Potter and the goblet of fire

  • Plot: 5/5
  • Characters:3/5
  • Language: 5/5

This is the very best book one would like to enjoy in a comfortable, cozy bed.

Story is tangled:

Harry Potter and his friends, Hermione and Ronald are at their fourth year at Hogwarts.

The Tri-wizard Tournament is being held at Hogwarts.

Triwizard Tounament

It is a championship in which three champions from school; Hogwarts,Beauxbatons and Durmstang compete for the Triwizard cup. This time there is a age restriction.

Harry is not allowed because he is not of the required age.

The goblet of fire, an impartial judge decides which champion is to be taken.

Miracley, Harry is chosen. He has to fight and win the tournament or at least survive. What will happen? Will he live or die?

 

This is not yet. I will tell you one thing. This book is the book where Lord Voldemort returns to power. But How?

To know it, read the book.

Merry Christmas!

Book Review 7: Oliver Twist

                Review 6: Oliver Twist

This is the review of the outstanding Charles Dickens’ book. It is a celebrated classic so, I decide to launch this review as a Christmas treat.

No ratings because it’ll get 5 out of 5 in all.

Let’s start with the story:
Oliver is a boy brought up in a warehouse where he works hard and gets to eat very less.

Mr. Brummell gave him the name ‘Twist’. He ended up there because his pregnant mother came there for shelther gave birth and died.

He had nothing left of his true identity.

He gets frustrated with the warehouse system and runs away to London.

The first person he meets is a pick-pocket.

Oliver doesn’t know that he is a thief.

The pick-pocket takes him to their leader Fagin. Fagin tries to teach Oliver his job too but fails and Oliver escapes.

Next, he meets a kind gentleman who offers him home. This time Fagin plans to kidnap Oliver.

He succeeds but after some time Oliver again escapes.

This time he meets a old lady who has a son and an adopted niece. The gentleman who had kept Oliver in the beginning gets information about one of Oliver’s kidnappers and reckons that he knows.

A locket reveals Oliver’s true identity.

To know what it is read the book. I can’t give you everything and, if I do what fun will it be. Read good books as “Books are good brain food” and I advise to get the whole stomach full of them or the brain with starve.

I want to add a writing quote:

‘You can make anything by writing’ – C.S. Levis

Merry Christmas! Happy reading and writing. Happy New Year!

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