2016 Wrap up and 2017 Resolutions

I am not sure what to say about 2016. In some ways, it was not my best year, and in others it was. This year, a lot of events, both positive and negative that has happened. There was a lot that I have gained and learned about myself and what I am looking for in life, and in this blog.

Just to recap here are my goals for 2016.

1) I would love to read 150 books this year. That is what I placed on Goodreads for my challenge, and for an added bonus I would love to see if I can get to 200 books. I am mainly focusing on getting to 150 books this year.

I was able to make it to the 150 bookmark. I barely made this mark. I believe I had about 24 left of the year when I finally reached 150 books. There was a lot that I have learned about myself with this kind of goal.

The first lesson was motivation. I actually had some pretty heavy reading slumps in 2016. Some of them I believe were created because I was so far behind in my Goodreads reading challenge goal. Not only that, but Goodreads reminded me constantly how far behind I was. In the beginning, I did the math. It was not that bad. I would have to read about 3 books a week, in order to achieve my goal. When I looked back at 2015 it was doable. I truly believe that I would be able to easily cover 3 books a week. I was even planning four books a week. It was almost completing a book ever other day. However, I never planned for the events in 2016 to affect my ability to read.

The second lesson that I learned, was that this goal affects what kind of book that I would read in 2016. This was the year of short books. I barely read anything over 300 pages. according to Goodreads, my shortest book was 23 pages, but my longest book was 667 pages, and that book was mostly in pictures. When you look into the average length of a book that I would read in 2016, it was 168 pages. Even though I was happy with some of the books that I have read, I was not happy with what I was reading. I felt that I wanted to read a longer book, but I was stopping myself from doing so in order to make it to that reading goal.

2)Similar to last year in having 1 post a week. I decided that I will be a bit more specific. If you do the math, that is 52 posts this year. With my unique wording, I was not sure if I succeeded or failed this resolution. However, this year it will not be the same. I would love to do at least one post a week with no more than two weeks of no posting in between. Meaning, that I can have a 2-week break, but no more between one post and the next.

Let me be honest here, I have failed this goal. Yes, I have made it to my goal of 52 blog post, but I did not post every week. To tell you the truth I am not counting the month of December. It took me a while, but in the month of December, I realize that I was failing in this goal because I was too busy trying to keep up with the previous one, the reading goal. In trying to balance the two, I realize that I was making the similar posts, and I got away to what this blog was really all about the book reviews.  That in itself was making me unhappy. Even though in 2016 I actually tried and did a lot of blogging, I just did not do my best blogging, and that is not okay.

3) I would also like to improve on my upkeep on both my Facebook and Twitter accounts. Unlike last year, I will add the stipulation that I need 1 additional post per week that is beyond my usual “Look What I  Have Posted On My Blog” posts. I will also give a two-week leeway, similar to my previous resolution.

I also failed this. I ended up putting too much on my plate in 2016, and this was not something that I was able to accomplish. I even added Instagram into the mix. As crazy as it is, I am enjoying the world of bookstagram. It is working out for mini reviews and showing what I am currently and actively reading.

4) I would love to cut down my DNF Pile. I have learned so much this year about my DNF pile. I would like to tackle this pile and make sure that it will be smaller than what it is right now, which is 10 books long.

Let us take a moment to die of laughter. No really take this time to laugh now.

2015/2016 me was adorable and had such good intentions and hopes for the coming year. but if I was, to be honest, I not only failed I epically failed this resolution. I am now currently reading 22 books on Goodreads, 20 of them I have at least DNF’d. Instead of cutting it down, I doubled that pile.

5) I would love to read one of my books from my Bucket List TBR.

This was an epic year for the Bucket List TBR. This year I have read two books and read half of a series from that list. I have taken care of The Time Machine, Because of Mr. Terrupt and two out of the four main books from The Lunar Chronicles (should I count six since there are two spin-off books?). In fact, I am on the third book. This is the one thing that I am proud of. I have really tackled that list.

So let us move on to 2017 resolutions.

  1. I want to read a review 50 books. I am taking on what I have learned from 2016 and going back to my roots. I want to read for the fun of it, and I also want to take the time to make reviews on the books that I read. I want to a have the fun and enjoy reading whatever kind of book that I want to read.
  2. Originally I wanted to put down that I wanted to have 100 blog posts, but I realize that is not what I want. I was to write good quality posts. I want to feel good and happy about the work that I publish. I am okay with the post that I made in 2016, but I just don’t want to feel okay. I want to feel good about what I publish, not just pride.
  3. I am keeping a resolution from last year. I do want to upkeep with my Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Definitely, check me out and follow me. Hopefully, you too can help me keep my goal of doing at least one post a week on all three social media sites. Click on the links to see what I have been up too lately. Make suggestions there. I really do appreciate the feedback.
  4. I would like to read more books out of my Bucket List TBR. Even if it is one book, I would be really happy that I have worked on this. I do not care if I just finish Cress this year, it does mean that I am working on completing my reading bucket list.
  5. I want to enjoy more out of life. I realize that last year I was not happy because I felt trapped. I feel horrible saying this, but I felt trapped in helping my mom take care of my grandma. If I wanted to do something I would ask her, and then I would feel bad that I left her to go do something fun. It was this weird cycle where I felt selfish fo wanting to have some fun in my life. But this year I want it to be different. I want to enjoy more out of life. I want to be happy.

I realize that two of my resolutions I cannot measure, and I am not sure how to go about with the reflection on it, but if you have suggestions or questions that I can answer in both July and December of this year, that would be great. You can post them down below.

I hope that you 2016 went well for you and that you are kicking 2017 in the butt.

I will see you next time. Until then, have some epic adventures and happy reading!



A Little Hiatus

I am just writing to let you know that I am taking a small break. My grandma recently passed away and my mom needs help organizing the event and getting everything ready for the funeral this coming Saturday. On top of it, I just haven’t felt like writing or doing anything for the past few days. I am hoping to be back to blogging around the 17th or the 24th. I am not sure when, but I wanted to let you know that I am just taking a short break. Have a wonderful holiday. Happy reading!

Gobble-up Books Readathon Update

To tell you the truth, I am not doing to0 well on this readathon. For those of you are participating, I am sorry. The first two days have been crazy. Wednesday was a bit crazy. In the beginning, I forgot, and my the time I remember it was too late. I was trying to balance work, NaNoWriMo, and celebrating Thanksgiving with my dad. Looking back I could have easily done some sprints inthe afternoon, but I just got caught up in writing that I actually forgot to set up some sprint times. As for Thursday, just Thanksgiving took over. It was a good thing that I was planning on not making thanksgiving a big day, but I never planned on just ignoring it.  I was not planning on spending the whole day in the kitchen making Thanksgiving dinner, that in and of itself threw me off.

I do hope that yesterday was better. I tried to fit in more reading sprints and make it a bit more fun. Looking back, it might not have been what I have planned, but it did work out a lot better than I expected. And today, I am making some adjustments to what I have learned from yesterday. Though I will admit that the times will slightly change.

I know that I claimed that the reading sprints for today will be 8AM, 12PM, 3PM, 6PM, and 9PM. I accidently overslept today and it threw off everything. So the new times are 1PM for 10 minutes. 4PM for 30 minutes, and 7PM for 30 minutes. I will also have another sprint at 7:45PM for 15 minutes. Depending on how my headache is doing, I might add another one around 9 or 10PM. My sister supposes to be doing a parade around 5PM. I will see what will need to be done. I might end up going to the parade, or I might end up watching my grandma. I am not sure what we are going to do. I do have plans on still being able to host the sprints no matter what happens.

As for reading. I haven’t done terribly. Out of the four challenges, I did complete two. I finished a DNF book and I was able to finish a book under 200 pages yesterday. The is good. The book that I started with this readathon, is not really hooking me. I feel a little left out because the book is so hyped up that I am sitting here wondering what am I missing? The books that I did do yesterday was Junie B., First Grade Cheater Pants and I finished The Invention of Hugo Cabret. I still have two more books to go and two more days left of this readathon.

As for those of you who are participating. How is the readathon working out for you? How many books have you finished? Are you having fun?

Well, I have to go. In about 10 minutes we will have another reading sprint on both Facebook and Twitter. See you there and happy reading!

Gobble Up Books Readathon

I am sorry that this post got out a little later than plan. But I am hoping everyone who desires to participate in the readathon can still join in on the fun. The readathon is still at its usual time from Midnight on Wednesday, November 23 to 11:59PM on Sunday, November 27.  Because of the fact that this readathon is surrounded by America’s Thanksgiving holiday, this readathon is not as hard-core as other readathons. I also understand that not everyone has Thanksgiving at the same time and that everyone will be working. But I do hope that you can join in the fun.

Unlike last year, which I just had the goal of reading as many books as possible, this year I am planning on having a few reading challenges.

  1. Read 4 books – I know that the readathon is 5 days long, but I do want to give the opportunity for people to spend time with friends and family during the weekend, especially if you are celebrating the holiday.
  2. Read a book that you did not finish (DNF).
  3. Read a book that is less than 200 pages. I was also thinking that if you have a book that you have not finished but you have less than 200 pages, that that book can count.
  4. Read a book that you have already read.
  5. Do not combine the challenges.

That is it, everyone. I do hope that you will get to join me in this readathon. I will be doing sprints on both Twitter and Facebook, throughout the readathon. I cannot wait for this to start.

Happy Reading!

2016 October Wrap-up and November TBR

I know it is a little late to post a TBR, but I had my list of books that I was planning on reading for the month of November. Somehow I made my November a really busy. Then my November has become crazy with a lack of inspiration. I know that everyone is feeling the shock of Trump being the US President-elect, but for me, there is some strange land of hope with all the protests that are happening around my area.

Let me get back on track and focus on Books. October was a decent month of reading. I did not get all that I hope and dreamed of reading. Which is sad, but the books that I did read I enjoyed. There was a few book that did weird me out. The book that I did read was:

The Midnight Horse – this was a book that we were reading in the classroom. It sounds interesting, but the book is boring.  I am hoping that we will not read it again next year. Don’t get me wrong. The book wasn’t bad, it was just boring and uneventful. I ended up giving this book two out of five stars on Goodreads.

Saga Vol. 5 – I had to finish this book before I turned it into the library. I did give this book four out of five stars on Goodreads. I still do not know what to make of the series. The artwork is beautiful.

Becasue of Mr. Terupt – I was using this book to help me control my math group for one of my jobs. It was working until the end when the kids lost interest because they decided to get the book at the library themselves and read ahead. I gave this book five out of five stars on Goodreads. This is a beautifully well-written book. I do recommend this book to everyone, especially to those who want to share a wonderful and magical book with a young person in their life.

The Doll Grave Yard – This book was creepy and good at the same time. I am so glad that I read it. I do have plans on writing a full review soon.

Two Bad Mice, Mr. Jeremy Fisher, and Benjamin Bunny –  I do not know what to say. I guess that I had such high expectation from these books and to say that I am shocked is a bit of an understatement. Most of the shock I realize comes from the fact that the cultural difference between the early 1900’s and now. There are so many things that I am having a hard time seeing being okay in today’s world. Some of these books were also slow and bit farfetched.

How to Hang a Witch – Just click on the link to see the full review. 

Now onto my November TBR. Please understand that I made this list in the beginning of this month, and some of these books I have read. In addition to finishing my October challenge, I will also try to complete my November challenge. The challenge for November is to read a book chosen for you by your spouse, partner, sibling, child, or BFF. I hope boss works here because I chose to read The Outsiders. It is a book she is trying to get our kids interested to be reading in class. Now onto my TBR list for November.

  1. MacBeth – October Challenge
  2. Magnus Chase and the Hammer of Thor – finished
  3. The Dragon Rider – finished
  4. The Neptune Project – I have started
  5. The Outsiders – November Challenge

Ontop of that do have a readathon that I am planning on doing this month. Gobble-up-Books Readathon is taking place November 23 to November 27. It is around America’s Thanksgiving. I will be posting more information about the readathon in the comming week.

That is it for this wrap-up and TBR. I do hope that you enjoyed post and that your weekend has been a good one filled with adventure and fun.

Until next time. Happy reading!



A Letter to the World

I know that I tend to stay away from politics, but I feel as though this is a much-needed letter to the world. I hope that you can find this in your heart to understand my stance and need to write this letter.

Hello World,

I know that times are crazy and many people are fearing for their lives, their rights, and their safety since this election. Many things have happened since Tuesday and the past seventy-two hours have been a blur.

I know for myself, I have been going through mix emotions, fears, and experiences. I am glad that I am writing this letter seventy-two hours instead of twenty-four hours after the election. I hope that the extra time will help me sit down, think, and reflect on the comings of our nation. To give me enough time to write down words of wisdom, instead of words of fear and hate. Most importantly, give me time to figure out the correct words to use so that all my ideas and emotions will come out as coherent and justified, not something you can easily roll your eyes and say “there’s another privilege female Millennial complaining.”

First off, I want to claim my right to this letter by stating that I DID participate in this election. I not only voted for my state’s proposition, and my city’s measures, I also voted for my state’s representatives and our future leader of this country.  This process was not short for me. I spent over a week carefully making my decision. I have notes on the proposition as well as my pro’s and con’s lists for each one. I have made notes comparing each candidate and carefully selected one that I believed will best represent our country as a whole and help us move into a brighter future. I will admit that some decision were hard. The choice for who I will choose to be president was a hard one. And was not something I took lightly. My top two picks were not chosen because they were female, but because of their platform and the power that their party had in their voice.

I can tell you here that I almost went with Jill Stein. I loved her stances on the issues at hand and thought she would make an amazing president. However, there was another female candidate, Hillary Clinton, that I thought about too. One that was part of the party that I am in. Her stances were similar to Stein’s. Believing in equality and equal access was a huge issue for me, that I am glad that she supports. Health care was another issue for me. Like many Millennials, healthcare is expensive and Obama care and Covered California is my saving grace. It is the only way on how I can afford my asthma medication and to get great care when I need it. Stein’s stance was better in that she wanted to provide free healthcare for all, while Clinton wanted to make a few small improvements on the current program. Both candidates still promised me my medical and affordable access to my much-needed medication.  Though in the end, I choose Clinton. Not because she was a part of my party, but because I feared the other strong candidate who showered the world with his hateful speeches and made fun on those who supported him because they were not his “ideal” perfect supporters. I was stuck between choosing a candidate who would have been amazing as president but has my voice not be heard, or have my voice be heard and pray that this candidate will deliver what she promise and to stop the hate and promote love and equality.

Stating that I am upset with the turnout of the election, is an understatement. When it was 8:21PM, pacific time, I made my facebook post on how terrified I was because Trump was winning the electoral college vote. Seeing that did terrify me because I feared what he was going to do to those that I work within Special Education. My stepmom made my dad call me at 9PM. This is a huge ordeal for me because my dad has a policy of not using his phone after 8PM. He was the one who calmed me down and stated that all is well. This is just a ploy with the media to keep our interest in this election. The worst case scenario, which is the best for the media, will be that neither candidate will get the 270 votes and congress will have to choose. Congress will, of course, choose Clinton. I went to bed with the plan of not going back on social media and a prayer that all will be right in the world. When I found out the next morning that Trump won, I was numb. My biggest fear had been realized. At that point of time, my thoughts were “now what”, and “how can I keep my student safe and alive for the next year and a half?” And of course I had my hopeful voice of Trump is not inaugurated until February, I have until then to make a decision.

I hate to tell you that my first twenty-four hours was focused on being able to breathe and to not having a panic attack. My thoughts were on how my student is going to save me from the dark depths of my mind, and bring her bright warm, happy smiles and laughter to cheer us all up. To my student, who shows me that love does exist in even the most horrific and dark times. I will also admit that I also took to reading. At the time I was reading Rick Riordan’s latest Magnus Chase book. I passed the section where we met Heimdall and the thought of how many selfies did he take with the current president to not realize that there is a problem down here. That book is amazing and funny, and definitely, something that the world needs to read right now to help us get into a brighter spirit.

Now comes the increasing problem of “what’s next?” Millions of Americans are upset with the results of the electoral college. Children are coming to school in fear and crying over what is going to become of them and their families. Most of these kids are legal citizens, fearing that they will be deported because they are the wrong color, they are not white, or worse, the wrong religion, not Christian. Some of these kids fear their own health. Fear that these programs that help get them medical treatments and medicine that they need will go away. Teenagers walked out of their classrooms in protest on the results and insisted on the need for equality and love, refusing to accept the outcome knowing the amount of cleanup that will happen in the future.The school that I am working for, has issued counseling to all students since they are now on the level of stress and fear equivalent to those who have PTSD because of this election. Schools have issued decrees on students not talking about politics in fear of everyone safety.  And yet in my corner of the education world, our classroom is spreading love to everyone. We are playing Uno, Skippo, and Sushi Go. We are playing Wii Dance Party 2014. The adults are talking about politics, while the students are loving us and helping us out in our everyday lives. My student smiles and spreads her cheer, while another make sure that all of our devices are charged. A couple of students play games with us, and others teach us in their own way to hold onto hope for a better tomorrow by just living each day to its full potential.

So what is my “next steps”? Sadly, it is not as impressive as those teenagers who did their peaceful protest. I talked with the adults, and those in charge of covered California, as well as read the plans for the coming years to come from our new elected president. Yeah, you read that correctly. While everyone was protesting, I was reading and talking. Yesterday, I called Covered California. I needed to know about my future medical payment in January. What will be my cost for medial in 2017? Luckily for me, it was not as big as a payment rise like I feared. But while I was on the phone with the most amazing rep, I asked him the biggest question burning in all of our minds: what will happen to Obama Care and Covered California? His reply was that they did have their meeting yesterday and decided to carry on like always. A lot of the policies that are up in place to create these programs will take a least a year or more to take down. 2017 prices will stay the same and funding will exist throughout the year. 2018 will be different, but by then we will have a better idea of what is going to happen. The programs will most likely be in place, but their prices will reflect the ideals of the new president and by 2019 the programs might disappear. Knowing this, gave me a bit of hope. I have at least two years to figure out how I am to get medical at a price that I can afford with my never-ending student loans.

However, that does not ease my fear of what will happen to my student and those like her. This is a man who is being compared to Hitler. A man who promised to ship people away because they are different and believe that they have no business being a part of our country. To get rid of the different and unique individual that make our country great.  A man that the world has already seen a connection to concentration camps and deaths. What is one’s next step to this rising fear? Not just for our country but for the world.

For me, it is to breathe. We cannot make much of a difference if we do not breath. Hatred and hurting other and destroying their property is not a good. Your voice might be strong that way, but your message will not be clear. By spreading hate, your message will always be the opposite of what you want a say. We as a country need to sit and breath. To find our inner peace and begin to pick and choose our fights. To become a collective in our decisions on what we want to see in the next four years. And to do that through peace and happiness, not hate. We need this chance to breath and to look at this problem in a new angle. How can we improve the system?

For starters, we need to stop picking fictional characters and dead animals as a better choice for president. Let us be real here. I know that no one really likes our “top two” choices. But choosing fictional characters and dead animals is not making much of a statement. It is not proving anything to your country or the world. If anything, it has proven to the world at how uneducated and beyond stupid we are as a country. If you do not like the two candidates provided for you, look at the other ones. There were other party candidates as well as our primary contenders that  you could have chosen from.  You were not stuck with those two candidates: Trump and Clinton. There was a total of FIVE people on the ballot for president. I really do not want to read the next ballot telling people to please pick LIVING and REAL people who have not served as our country’s president for more than two terms. (Let’s face it. Everyone around the world loves Obama and wants him back in office. Sorry Michelle.)

The another problem that I had with this election was the lack of coverage for ALL of the potential candidates. The world most only likely knew of the two because of what the media portrayed. They only showed the two candidates from the two most powerful political parties. Now I know some people believe in a two party system, but I do not. I don’t believe that you should be stuck with choosing the lesser of two evils to represent  your voice. These parties have been created because people’s voices are not being heard. And this election proved it. How many people from other countries knew about Jill Stein, Gary Johnson, and Gloria Estela La Riva? Unless you have friends who supported these other candidates, most likely no. I can tell you for a fact, that the only reason why I knew more about Jill Stein and Gary Johnson was because I had friends who supported Jill Stein. I was never more upset in knowing that all our nominees will never participate in a debate together because of some weird issue that existed with money, polls, and politics. Never more did this election showed how little our voice matters. Unless we are with some big party, our voice will not be heard. If you are independent, your voice is on the list of being never being heard unless it is needed (which is most likely never).

If I could have one wish right now it would be a do-over. Not just this election, but the whole thing for the past two years. A do-over with the primaries, as well as the major election. When it comes time for the major election I want EVERYONE’S voices heard. I want ALL the candidates to be participating in the debates regardless of their polls, money, or whatever another excuse the media can come up with for not showing everyone. I want all of the world to know who is running for president. And the best part is that we can do this. Legally, Obama can serve as president for another two years. There is a clause in the presidential term that states that a person can serve as president for two terms or ten years. This was mainly in place leaving room for a vice president who becomes president to run for office twice. I know that it is a bit of a stretch, but it is doable and needed. But the reality is that no matter how much I wished for this to be, it will not happen. We are stuck with a man who promoted hate throughout his campaign. Who made fun of those who supported them just because they did not fit the status quo.

So my realistic dream is for us to continue to spread peace, love, and equality. To fight the good fight in keeping everyone’s rights, and to give rights to those who should have had them a long time ago. To continue to fight for much-needed programs, and ideas, that need to be around the United States and to do so without hate. To help our friends and neighbors feel welcome and loved, and to show the world that those who are a bit different are amazing. They are not useless. They are much-needed individuals who help brighten the world and change the world for the better. To show the world, that in order to move forward and to be competitive in the word market, we need the diversity and the uniqueness of everyones. Because what it comes down to, is that every voice matters and that every thought and idea can change the world for the better. It has the potential to make us a powerful collective and to help us excel and get ahead of the other countries that are better than us in freedom, equality, education, love, and peace.

For the world, that get to deal with the choice of the electoral college. I am sorry. I do hope that the next four years will not be as bad as what some have predicted. I hope that the next four years will show that we are a country capable of love and equality, not just hate. That the next four years will bode us in our favor, and we will not have to live in total fear. If anything were to happen, I am truly sorry.

Thank you for reading this.

Sincerely your friend,

Super Bookworm

How to Hang a Witch Review

I am really excited to be sharing this book with everyone. I know that it might be a little late to be giving this book as a suggested Halloween read. Frankly, this book is good enough to read at any time of the year (please do not wait for next Halloween). I will admit that there are some spoilers in this review. Sadly the parts that I really love about this book are the spoilers. I will try to keep it spoiler free, but please understand that there will be some spoilers.

how-to-hang-a-witchHow to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather is about Samantha Mather who moves from New Yark to Salem after her father mysteriously goes into a comma, and her dealing with the mystery and witchcraft of Salem.

I gave this book five out of five stars on Goodreads. Even if there were partial ratings involve, this would be a solid five out of five stars.

One of the things the I truly enjoyed about this book was the mystery aspect. Not just the mystery, but how it tied both the past and the present together. In addition to the history, I also enjoyed how Adriana Mather is actually related to Cotton Mather, the man who started the witch trials in Salem. You do see how she respects the other families as well as the town in her writing, but I did enjoy knowing that little personal connection when reading this book. I felt as though it added a nice touch. The other two points that I enjoyed are actually spoilers. One of the things that I actually love was ending of the novel and the twist that happened. For some strange reason, I did not think that the events would turn out the way they did. I even spoiled myself by reading the last few pages of the novel, and even then I did not expect that plot twist. In addition, I also liked how almost everything was wrapped up and explained. Not everything was explained directly, which was nice because it gave you a chance to think about the book more. The book does stay with you for a bit, the more you think about it, the more everything starts to make sense.

Sadly, I do have a few problems with the book. However, these problems did not deter my enjoyment of the book. The first problem that I had was the slow beginning. I felt that it actually took too many chapters for us to get anywhere in developing the main problem and an idea on how to solve it. In addition to that, I also felt that the character’s choice and view of the world was annoying, however, the further we got along in the novel and we started to see that she was correct, the more the communities’ view became annoying and barbaric. Another problem that I had with the book was that the ending was not a bit longer. Let us be real here. I love the ending. However, I just wished that we got to see more of the aftermath of the incident at the end of the book. What did these teens say to the police? How did they explain the problems that they experience? I would also like to see how the relationship changed between Samantha and the other descendants. In addition, I would also like to know what happened to Elijah. It was hinted that he was able to pass on, but then he left a gift for Samantha. I am kind of curious to see if he did pass.

In the end, I would recommend this book to everyone. In fact, I have been. This book is definitely a good mystery thriller that does give off some creepy vibes once in a while. I am thoroughly happy and satisfied with this book. So far, what I am hearing is that everyone who has read it is also happy and satisfied.

I do hope that you enjoyed this review. If you have read the book, let me know in the comments below what you thought of the book. Did you enjoy it as much as I did? What was your favorite part? Was there any unanswered questions that you wished were answered after you finished reading this book?

Until next time. Happy reading!