This book is similar to the Hunger games. Although the storyline changes a little bit, it is still about social classes and the division of society through races and social status. This is a must if you are interested in society general behavior.
I love this series and the message it is trying to transmit. It really makes you think about the real world. The author does a great job at being descriptive and portraying a good sequence of events. I really recommend it to all those interested in politics and society matters.
I love this magazine, it is perfect for all those into beauty and makeup. I never heard of it before, but the editorial is very awesome! I like the full printed pages and remarks it has to offer. I recommend it to all!
This book is different than the Harry Potter book collection. Although the characters are not the same and the storyline is written in form of a play, it is still interesting and will trap the reader and take him/her far away.
I love this series! Frodo and the ring will take you to the limit. Sam awakes in the reader the true sense of friendship, and one cannot avoid reading without stopping for even a second. I recommend it to all those that have a very adventurous mind!
Pride and Prejudice was the first book I read from Jane Austen. I fell in love with it and its characters. I also love the timeline in which the events are happening, and how romantic they are. This is definitely a book and movie to watch!
This last book is full of danger and adventure. The reader wants to see what happens, but eventually doesn’t want it to end; because that’s the real end. A mix of sad and happy feelings are being left as one closes the book.
I consider this the darkest book of the series. We experience death and tragedy as priority number one throughout the whole book. The reader feels as if there’s no time to be joyful or happy: a sense of danger follows you all around.
This is the longest book of the collection. There’s a mix of feelings between love, suspense, and sadness. The reader really gets into the story and imagines everything as if it was happening right next to him/her. The author does an excellent job in showing rather than just telling.