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The Magicians: Book Review

The novel focuses on Quentin learning magic in college for four years and his journey to Fillory, a mythological place that has turned into a popular kids book. Quentin grew up sad and depressed because Fillory isn’t real and neither is magic. That changes on one eventful day when he mysteriously vanished from fifth avenue in Brooklyn to upstate New York and ends up taking an entrance exam for Brakesbill. … Read More >The Magicians: Book Review

The City of Brass: Book Review

Nahri, a woman who cons people using fortune telling, is pursued by a monster that she summoned accidentally. This monster summons the undead and attempts to kill Nahri. Dara, a djinn warrior comes to her rescue and takes her on a journey to the city where she came from. Nahri wants to find out what happened to her family and who she is and has to trust Dara, a mysterious djinn, to escape the monsters pursuing her. … Read More >The City of Brass: Book Review

Fool Me Once: Book Review

It all starts when Maya Stern, a helicopter pilot, returns from a tour from Iraq that went wrong. She returns home to her husband Joe but soon after, he is killed while they were at the park at night. A few days after Joe’s death, Maya sees Joe on her Nanny cam and now we wonder if Joe is really dead or was his death faked? … Read More >Fool Me Once: Book Review

The Lightning Thief: Book Review

Percy Jackson does not fit in and has been moving from school to school because trouble follows him. Trouble ends up following him home and that leads to a journey to the West Coast and the Underground. Percy discovers why his life has been turned upside down and has encounters with Greek Gods and other mythological creatures along the way. It is up to Percy to solve the mystery surrounding the feud between the Gods or the whole world will suffer the consequences. … Read More >The Lightning Thief: Book Review

A Confederacy of Dunces: Book Review

The story is about Ignatius Jacques Reilly and the odd jobs he does while he carries out his passionate and eccentric plans. It is a comedy hidden behind the tragic existence of Ignatius who lives in denial and delusion. He would have fit in perfectly in today’s world and it’s many conspiracy theories. While Ignatius is brilliant, it is also his downfall because he thinks he is always the smartest in the room and listens to his thoughts only which conceal his shortcomings and barge on his farce reality. … Read More >A Confederacy of Dunces: Book Review