It can’t be denied: Snape did a good thing. He protected Harry against Voldemort’s onslaught just because he loved Harry’s mom, who didn’t even love him back. He did a good thing and Harry Potter fans all around the world worship him for it.
Though you may read anywhere between one and 200 books this year, only a few will really stay with you. Very rarely do you read a book that shifts the bedrock of your mind. We start building our outlook on life when we’re very young.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is textbook whimsy. As far as whimsy goes, you can’t do much better. Lewis Carroll’s the king of whimsy. When he began a sentence, I bet, he didn’t have a plan for how it would end.
To follow up our coverage of President Barack Obama’s quotes about reading from last year, we wanted to gather some of President Donald Trump’s best quotes about reading, writing, writers, and just general book stuff.
As with any book to movie adaptation, crucial elements of the Harry Potter story got lost in translation. They were either deliberately left out to save time (R.I.P Peeves and Hermione's house elf rights movement), or misrepresented.
I don’t know what your specific English teacher or professor assigned you to read when covering Victorian era literature, but chances are you read Jane Eyre. You almost definitely read Pride and Prejudice or Wuthering Heights or Sense and Sensibility.
Some of the best fantasy writers out there are writing for the teenage crowd, and that’s great news both for readers and moviegoers.
Supposedly winter is when people are most anxious to find a significant other. And yet here we are. Maybe we turn to a nice paperback for comfort. You can relate. You know you’re a single book nerd when…