A Bookworm's Closet

Travelling the World Through Pages



P.S. I Still Love You

ps i still love you

I read To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and I absolutely fell in love with it. It was one of those cute and cliche pretend relationship that turns into a real one and it was great. One of the better romance book that I read. So naturally, I was very excited for the sequel, especially after the first book’s ending. I just wanted more of this story. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. Continue reading “P.S. I Still Love You”

Norse Mythology

norse mythology

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved the Greek myths. What began as a school assignment quickly turned into a passion as I began to learn more and more about the classical world. I dabbled a little in other mythologies (mostly Egyptians and Romans), but as far as I was concerned, nothing could match the beauty of the Greek stories. Continue reading “Norse Mythology”

Ruby Red

ruby red

I’ve been excited about this book for awhile and I’m glad that I finally took the plunge. As the first book in the series, Ruby Red does a brilliant job at laying the groundwork. Gwen is as new to the world of traveling though time as we are and it’s great learning about how the gene works as Gwen learns herself. There are some amazing characters like Lesly who is an expert at using the internet, pop culture, and has Gwen’s back no matter what to Gwen’s eccentric and possibly psychic Great Aunt Maddie. I was impressed with the wealth of detail regarding the difference between the past and present as well as some of the difficulties one might face if thew were to go back in time. Another things I loved was the insufferable Gideon – gorgeous yet obnoxious. It’s great to have a potential love interest that the heroine isn’t head over heels for the moment she meets him. There’s some bickering and frustration that I found to be fantastic. Continue reading “Ruby Red”

The Raven Boys

the raven boys

The Raven Cycle is a book series I’ve been hearing so much about that it took me awhile to start it. I shouldn’t have been worried because I ended up loving this book. It has been some time since a book would really keep me thinking about it at night as I was reading it or from some time after finishing the book. Continue reading “The Raven Boys”

We Were Liars

we were liars

When I found out that E. Lockhart was writing a new book,  I was all over it, not because I had any read any of her novels – they were all on my wishlist – but because I knew that she was hailed to be one of the most impressive writers of YA contemporary. And then I found out that We Were Liars was a YA contemporary mystery story, I was sold. Continue reading “We Were Liars”

Thirteen Reasons Why


I’d have to say this book is disappointing. I thought I kind of liked it, but after a few days, I couldn’t remember what happened in the book. I know I love a book when I can still remember it. I was really excited to read this book, but the more I got into it, the more I realised I only like one part. Hannah’s tapes. Continue reading “Thirteen Reasons Why”

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