•January 27, 2010 • 1 Comment

I’ve come across quite a few excellent books and movies of late, but Avatar takes the cake. It is so long that I couldn’t give a decent summary, but it’s still the single most amazing movie I have ever seen. The story line, really cool, The special effects, awesome. I saw It in 3-D so it was about $2 better, and so worth it. Avatar is a great movie  for anyone. As for the age range, I’m not even sure I should’ve   seen it , but given a chance I would totally see it again.


The Golem’s Eye, by Jonathan Stroud

•January 23, 2010 • 1 Comment

This book, The Golem’s Eye by Jonathan Stroud, is one of the best books I have ever read. It is the second book in The Bartimaeus Trilogy so I can’t tell you much in case you want to read it but I can tell you a few things. The main show is Bartimaeus, a witty shapeshifting djinni. He is about 3,000 years old and young for a djinni. Nathaniel, his master who is 14 is stressed out over the war between America, and England, but still goin’ strong.  Kitty Jones, a capricious commoner, is part of the rebellion as well. Each has a tragic, witty, and exciting tale to unfold in this awesome new installment in the Bartimaeus  trilogy.

This is  a 5 star great read for anyone who likes fantasy (But read the first one first).

The Goblin Wood, by Hilari Bell

•January 22, 2010 • 4 Comments

This book is The Goblin Wood, by Hilari Bell. It is about a young girl named Makenna, who, after witnessing her mother’s cruel murder by her neighbors (whom she spent her life helping), goes temporarily crazy, ransacking their village and running off into a dense woods, known as the goblin wood. There she accidentally she disturbs a horde of goblins who follow her, ceaselessly  annoying her, until she traps one . By letting him go, she keeps the goblins in her debt. From then on she and the goblins launch small scale attacks upon the humans, until it becomes a full out war.  When a young knight named  Tobin tries to capture Makenna, she captures him and from then on their fates become inexplicably intertwined.

I think all in all this was an excellent book ( I give it 5 stars) but very intense; I would not recommend it for anyone under 9.


•January 22, 2010 • 4 Comments

Hi everyone who is reading this, on this blog i’m going to review books, movies, and anything else that comes to mind. I’m going to post my first one pretty soon.