Hola lectores, acabo de terminar este libro, gracias a @chevalier.lu por el ejemplar.
Me gustó el libro por el hecho que deja como una pequeña enseñanza, al final, la cual me parece que va más a un público preadolescente.
El libro esta orientado para preadolescente, pero cuando lo terminé no me quedo duda. Obvio que lo podes leer aunque seas más grande, pero yo creo que por ahí el libro no te termine de cerrar. Ya que probablemente ya pasaste por esto, hace varios años.
El libro es muy corto, pero es muy preciso con el tema que trata. Nunca se desvía del tema central del libro, todas las situaciones que son narradas don necesarias para el libro. Esto hace que el libro sea muy fácil y rápido de leer, pero a la vez, en mí caso me provoco no encariñarme demasiado con los personajes. Aunque me calló te bien el mejor amigo del protagonista.
Recomiendo este libro si tenés entre 11 y 15 años, más si estás experimentando por primera el amor y ese tipo de cosas.
OPINIÓN PERSONAL: 3/5 🌟
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It must have been an extraordinary effort and perseverance that Maria Curie poured into her study, research and experiment.
Her drive for helping people in need propelled her to conduct scientific research, leading her to receive two Nobel Prize during her lifetime.
I admire her unconquerable will which was always grounded by the desire to help people with science.
✨ Little People, Big Dreams ✨
💫 Marie Curie 💫
Author: Ma Isabel Sanchez Vergara
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I spent my entire day on an airplane/waiting in airports and am wiped so this will be a short one! Tell me one awesome thing (big or small) that happened to you today! Literally it can be as small as seeing a cool tree. Let’s get some positive vibes flowin 🌿🧞♀️
I was tagged to do #fivelastreads by the lovely @wanderingpages_ 🖤 thanks! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📚 How to Fall in Love with a Man Who Lives in a Bush 📚 We’re Going to Need More Wine 📚 The Heart’s Invisible Furies 📚 The Winter Sea 📚 Own Your Glow
It's such a dreary day today, but the pollen is low! Hooray!! *does all the things* 🏃🏻♀️
Here are some first or second books I need sequels for immediately. For real. Right now. I think I might have to reread a few before their sequels/finales come out, but I think I also want to reread a few?? Just for fun?? I read some terrible reviews of royal bastards, and I'm still pissed I put it off for so long because it was really fun!! Also the end of restore me... Lol what?!?! Next book, please. Right now. Omg. 📖
What are some sequels you guys are excited for?! I also can't wait to be done with red queen and throne of glass, although I wouldn't say I'm excited for the books themselves. Just the series conclusions 😅 .
Отзыв к книге "Новолуние"
🎥Из всех фильмов, "Новолуние" получился самый слабый, поэтому я сразу переходила к "Затмению". Но разве что, смотрела моменты с Эдвардом, потому что было не приятно лицезреть кислое, нервное и орущее лицо Беллы. Книгу буду читать впервые, ничего не жду, только надеюсь на лучшее.
📖 Влюбиться в вампира - страшно и романтично. Но потерять любимого, решившего ценой разрыва спасти свою девушку от смерти - это просто невыносимо. Белла Свон мучительно переживает исчезновение Эдварда и безуспешно ищет забвения в дружбе с мальчишкой-индейцем Джейкобом Блэком. Она даже не подозревает, что её лучший друг производит из роды оборотней.
📝8/10 Как ни странно, но эта часть мне понравилась куда больше чем первая. Если фильм я пропускала, то книга послужила обратной реакцией. Я всегда была за Эдварда, но в книжном варианте все наоборот. Я полюбила Джейкоба за его доброту, сострадание , помощь, дружбу и искренность. Мне приятно было читать, когда исчез этот холодный книжный Эдвард. У Стефани очень удачно получилось подчеркнуть их отличие. Эдвард холодный как камень, Джейкоб же тёплый как солнышко. Жаль что в Белле он не разжег пламя любви, как во мне. Теперь в предвкушении следующей книги!
👍 Эту часть определенно заслуживает вашего внимания!
Some way, some how, this is the first photo I've taken of this whole trilogy. Crazy, right? I only talk about it like all the time. It's probably because I hate the fact that stupid me bought the hardback in the MIDDLE of the series so it's all different sizes 😭 Does that bother anyone else?
But I had to post this series for today because it fits both of my IG challenge prompts! For #AprilLitWrit we are sharing books we love to reread. For me, it's the Leviathan books! I think it's one of the most brilliant series I've ever read, and I take a lot of pointers from them for my own writing. They're some of the only books I can stand to reread and not get bored.
For the #TSCchallenge we're talking OTPs 💕 One of my favorite things to talk about haha. Deryn and Alek are very shippable in this series. It's such a fascinating and well-written romance. Deryn spends most of the series cross dressing in order to chase her dream and join the air force--which is a problem when she grows a crush on Alek. Who is also a foreign prince and WAY above her station. Gah now I wanna reread these again 😂
If you swipe left, you'll see the aesthtic I made with @tyffany.h for Leila, the love interest in the newly released #theSaviorsChampion 💕 She's awesome! If you want to read her brilliant and completely shippable romance with Tobias, enter our giveaway to win a free copy of this book 💁 You're welcome.
QOTD: what makes your OTP so shippable?
Can we talk about YA fiction for a minute? What are your thoughts? Do you read it? Do you love it? Why/why not? What do you think it contributes to literature? Does the genre provide something that others don't?
My road to YA was long and littered with judgement. Years and years ago I read part of one super popular YA book that I thought was terrible and then very unfairly painted all the rest of the genre with that bad brush. It was only years later when a YA loving friend of mine told me I was being unreasonable and challenged me to read three books marketed for teens that I decided to stop being an a-hole and give it a fair shake.
I still haven't read all that much YA, and I'm still very much in the process of forming my sense of it as a genre. But for now I continue to have mixed feelings. As both a reader and someone who has worked in editing and for an academic publisher, I feel like I need to sort out all of them! I think I would say that, yes, adults can read and love YA and there's nothing wrong with that. Some of the most enjoyable fantasy I've read lately has been about/meant for teens (especially books by @therealsjmaas and @sabaatahir) and there's no doubt that some of the best world building and generally most creative plots are from the same sub-genre. I wonder if there's something about the uncertainty and potential of youth that makes for especially good fantastical or speculative. Same goes for stories about identity formation and social structure; it's really in our teens that most of us start to wonder who we are and where we fit and why the world is like it is, so it makes sense that YA might excel there.
I do think, though, that there's a lot of REALLY bad YA out there, and for the most part I'm not super interested when it's not fantastical. I really read for prose and character building, and some of the worst prose I've read has been in YA (maybe because [people think] teens read more for plot than prose?). Even some of the best world building doesn't make up for the repetitive, infuriating writing (e.g. "The Red Queen).
Tell me your thoughts! If you have recommendations for beautifully written YA I'd love to hear them!
anyone else trying to reread acowar before acofas?🌝 *acofas is so short????* I have an inkling that books 4-6 are going to be absolute trash…what’s wrong with trilogies?? anyways, I read this review on goodreads that was about as long as acowar and the reviewer made such good (also hilarious) points on why acowar was terrible so this’ll be a fun ride (again). I tried reading contemporary but after Children of Blood and Bone, it wasn’t for me. It was very “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” with what I see as immature writing/the writing style appropriate for twelve year olds, and I wasn’t about that. I have a feeling this book will put me in a slump but I have no idea what to read anyways. I did finish reading If There’s No Tomorrow by JLA and whew what a whirlwind of emotions. I gave it a 4/5⭐️🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️ Are you excited for acofas? I bet Jennifer L. Armentrout is considering Rhys had a one line cameo in her book🌝💚
QOTD: What's your favorite "I Am Second" video? 🎥
Ours is Chip and Joanna because we are unashamedly obsessed. #neversorry -
TBH we had no idea that there was also a book, and the realization was akin to when you finally find a perfume you love and then discover they have an entire body wash and face scrub line to match. 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
Today: Italian food with my favourite Italian. All this sunny weather has made me crave an aperol spritz, and swathes of delicious cheese to accompany it 🤩
This is a book I bought for my boyfriend because it’s one of my faves. He was reading Elizabeth Gaskell a little while ago, but usually goes for genre fiction like sci-fi (which I love too, and have been reading and watching more of since we’ve been together). It’s great to be able to share a book that I love so much with somebody I care about - and to see them enjoy it too! ☺️
QOTD: do you have any books you love to share with people?