THE DARKEST MINDS MOVIE TRAILER HAS BEEN RELEASEDDDD! So instead of your originally scheduled discussion post, today we’re here to discuss the trailer, my thoughts on it, and how I would make a Darkest Minds movie if I were in charge.
While I don’t have a book review for y’all this week, I have been watching some TV so that’s what I’m here to talk about today!
All of the sections below will be spoiler free so enjoy! 😊
In a world full of bloggers that read eight to ten books every month, what is it like to be one of those rare creatures know as slow readers? Well, as one of those rare creatures, life is pretty chill.
So, I’ve mentioned a few times in the past my thoughts on what seems like a straying away from lower level Young Adult novels being published and towards more upper level borderline New Adult novels being published. If you’re curious on my thoughts on this particular topic click HERE. But, since I’ve already covered my broader thoughts focusing on this lack of lower level YA, I figured it was about time that I make some comments on New Adult, and what I see as the future of the age range.
SUP FRIENDS! Time to talk about the most serious of issues running rampant in the book community. Something that causes so much pain to readers everywhere DAILY!
Cliff hanger endings.
*BOOM* *CRASH* *EXPLOSION*
^There, I just summed up Steelheart in three words. No need to read the summary below, you’re welcome 😊
TIME TO UPDATE MY READINGS FOR MY YA LIT CLASS!
(I’m actually really enjoying the class, but that was kinda to be expected. So yay 😊
The second novel we read for the class was Seventeenth Summer by Maureen Daly. I was pretty excited to start this one, not only because it was one of the first young adult novels that took a realistic look at teens and relationships, but also because I’m a sucker for coming of age novels.