I believe Coraline, the movie, was my first real introduction to Neil Gaiman.
We all have a book series that we enjoyed, if not loved, as teens that was absolutely butchered by a movie adaptation
Overall, I enjoyed this–4 stars from me and I’ll recommend it to my grandmother.
Queer girls, a movie set, a haunted school and a dual timeline? Sign me up,
Before she was Bella Swan, Kristen Stewart was in Speak
There are few things I like more than a boarding school book, and a boarding school book with an under-pining of toxic pandemics? Oooh, right?
A hyped up book about black mermaids but set in a contemporary world? I was intrigued,
Fairy tales meet contemporary coming out stories in this enchanting, heart-warming graphic novel.
My generation was raised on Harry Potter, but those of us who liked to read outside the series quickly found Eragon
I loveeee a good middle grade graphic novel
I STAN Ellen Hopkins books so hard.
After a long wait that was entirely my own fault, I finally read THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE by VE Schwab and it blew me away.