Book Review: Norse Mythology

Norse Mythology was a book I had on my radar the minute I heard about it. I’m extremely interested in all things mythology and history, as you should know by now, and Norse mythology has interested me since I was a teenager. Greek and Roman myth are shoved down our throats time after time, butContinue reading “Book Review: Norse Mythology”

Manga Review: Naruto

Naruto was one of the first anime I ever got into, and was the first manga that I started reading. I enjoyed it way more than the anime, because it wasn’t filled with months upon months of filler episodes, it was just the main story. I am still on the fence about my final ratingContinue reading “Manga Review: Naruto”

Book Review: Legend by Marie Lu

I remember reading this book years ago in highschool as the first book in the book club I had just joined. We got to pick books out of a crate and I was one of the last ones to pick, and the cover of Legend looked interesting. I started reading it on the bus rideContinue reading “Book Review: Legend by Marie Lu”

One Piece Arc Review: Syrup Village

The Syrup Village Arc is one of my least favourite arcs in the entire manga, and it introduces my least favourite Straw Hat member… Usopp. Now this isn’t a discussion about how useless Usopp is, or how much of a coward, or even how he is only around to foreshadow future events in the story,Continue reading “One Piece Arc Review: Syrup Village”

Book Review: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Rating: ★★★☆☆ Author: J.K. Rowling Before I even begin this review, I am letting everyone know that it wasn’t written by someone who is obsessed with Harry Potter. I am not the type of person that tells people the house I’ve been sorted into, if you want to know you can ask. If you don’tContinue reading “Book Review: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling”

Book Review: Outliers

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell is a book about what makes sucessful people sucessful and the situations they were in that contributed to their success. In this stunning new book, Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of “outliers”–the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful. He asksContinue reading “Book Review: Outliers”