The Books I read over 2017

Here are the Books I read over 2017:

  • The Hobbit, By: J. R. R. Tolkien
  • The Fellowship of the ring, By: J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Divergent, By: Veronica Roth
  • I, Robot, By: Isaac Asimov
  • Descendants: A Novelization, By: Rico Green
  • Slob, By: Ellen Potter
  • The humpback of Notre dame, By: Victor Hugo
  • The Hunger Games, By: Suzanne Collins
  • Catching Fire, By: Suzzane Collins
  • Mockingjay, By: Suzzane Collins
  • The Isle of the Lost, By: Melissa Del La Cruz
  • Rise of the Isle of the Lost, By: Melissa Del La Cruz
  • Stone Fox, By: John Reynolds Gardiner
  • Twenty and Ten, Claire Huchet Bishop
  • The Call of the Wild, Jack London

A lot of these Books I have not made a Review for, and I am very sorry. I’ll try to make  review for them and all the Books I finish next year.

Bye, and remember to read a good book.


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The Hobbit ~ The book was better.

Hey guys, I just wanted to talk to you about the hobbit. You know I finished the book already a couple of weeks ago, (Scroll down, or click the link above) and I have also finished watching all the movies, and I have come to a decision:

I though the book was better than the movies.

I mean, the movies were Amazing and all, but I don’t know. Of all the Tolkien movies, I thought the Lord of the rings trilogy was better. But I don’t know about the books, because I haven’t finished the trilogy, I’m actually still on the fellowship of the ring.

Okay, what were we talking about? Oh yeah, The hobbit.

Maybe because the movies used a lot of CGI (Computer graphics imagery), or maybe it was Fili, Kili, and Thorin Oakenshield all dying at the hands of the Orcs,

In the Battle of the five armies, I don’t know. And I know Fili, Kili, and Thorin Oakenshield all died in the book two, but it never tells us how they die, and we never saw them die.

I hoped you liked this post, if you want to check out my review on the hobbit, click on the link above (the link will be highlighted yellow), tell me what you think about the book, and the movies; which one do you like better? The book, or the movies?

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