A Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin Review

Hello everyone!

Today I am bringing to you a long awaited review for A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.

I’ve been listening to this book on Audiobook for what feels like many many months – and I’m very excited to finally be done.

I hope you all enjoy this review!

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Gifted

Hey guys!

Since I went through a very horrible reading slump, a lot of what I did was TV and Movies. Therefore, I hope you guys are ready for the massive influx of posts about all the things I’ve watched.

There is a lot.

I’m starting with Gifted – because it was one of my favourites.


IMDB Rating: 7.7/10MV5BMjQ2NDU3NDE0M15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMjA3OTg0MDI@._V1_SY1000_CR0,0,675,1000_AL_
Year: 2017
Time: 1h 41min
Cast: Chris Evans, McKenna Grace, Jenny Slate, and Octavia Spencer
Genre: Drama

Plot: Frank, a single man raising his child prodigy niece Mary, is drawn into a custody battle with his mother.

 

 


My Thoughts

I have been wanting to watch this movie for quite a while now, and I’m very glad I finally got to it.

The reason I was so drawn to this movie was mainly due to the fact that it had Chris Evans and he is a very handsome man, but this movie is so much more than that pretty face.

This movie is incredibly emotional if you like kids even a little bit, honestly even if you hate kids this movie will tear you apart.

This movie follows a man who is taking care of his dead sister’s child. Mary (the kid) is a literal genius but Frank (Chris Evans) wants her to live a normal life because he believes that his sister’s (who was also a genius) life was filled with too much work and too little play, and he doesn’t want that for Mary. In enters Frank’s mother who thinks that Mary should be learning and being tutored 24/7 so she can live up to her potential – madness ensues.

I really loved watching Mary solve equations and do all the smart things that genius’ do, I thought it was very interesting to watch. I also felt all the emotions when we saw how this whole situation was effecting Frank and Mary.

All in all this movie was very very heartbreaking. You feel all the emotions when you watch this movie, and you see a lot happen that you don’t expect.

I thought that all of the actors in this movie were amazing, and played their parts wonderfully. Mary, played by McKenna Grace, was also incredible to watch.

I definitely think you should watch this movie if you enjoy Dramatic movies that will make you emotional.


That concludes my review for Gifted. I hope you enjoyed!

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Movie Madness: Annabelle Creation

Hi guys!

Today I am bringing to you a review of Annabelle Creation. I was excited to see this movie because I was a big fan of the Conjuring 1. Little did I know how terrifying this movie would end up being.

I didn’t expect the amount of jump scares and scary bits this movie would have.

Here’s a hint.

There were a lot.

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Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller (Spoiler-Free Review)

Hi guys!

Today I have a review to bring you, that I’m quite excited to write. Recently I’ve been in a bit of a book slump and I’ve had a hard time finding time to sit down and read instead of watch Netflix 24/7. This unfortunately hasn’t changed much, but I did have a great time reading this book and finished it in two sittings – which I think is pretty good for where I’m at right now.

This is a great novel for when you’re in a reading slump because it moves so fast, so I’m very glad I decided to pick this one up.

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The Valiant by Lesley Livingston (Spoiler-Free Review)

Hey guys, today I’m bringing to you my review for The Valiant by Leslie Livingston.

This novel is one that I looked forward to so much when it first came out. I was so excited to pick it up, and I’m so glad that I did.

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The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee (Spoiler-Free Review)

Hey guys! Today I’m bringing to you a review for The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue!

This book has been super hyped up, and originally I wanted to listen to the audiobook but I couldn’t find it at my library. I then brought the print book, but I kind of wish I bought the audiobook instead.

Unfortunately I didn’t really enjoy this book, it wasn’t what I expected.

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City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (Spoilers!)

Hey guys! So this book took me a couple days to finish up, and it was really getting a bit frustrating for me. I’m very glad that I’m finally done – and that I can finally move on to City of Fallen Angels!

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Room by Emma Donoghue (Spoiler-Free Review)

It’s finally August, and after my amazing reading month last month, I wanted to start off strong.

I watched Room when it first came out and I have been wanting to read the book ever since because the movie itself was so amazing. Thankfully I saw this book for $5 at Barnes and Noble and picked it up right away.

I have to say that this book didn’t make me as emotional as the movie did, I don’t know if this is because I read a lot of it during the day around my family/at school, but the movie definitely made me cry more.

I’m just going to jump into the review now!

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