BOOKSTR’S WEEK IN REVIEW ICYMI

BOOKSTR’S WEEK IN REVIEW ICYMI

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As we near the end of February, New York is finally starting to feel the cold (thanks for holding it off this long, global warming). If you’re reading from somewhere in a bathing suit and sunglasses, just know I hate you. Kidding. Besides, we’ve got some red hot new releases that might just keep us warm through the season, and so I give you Bookstr’s week in review! P.s. i still love Noah centineo image via flare This week, Lametria gave us the scoop on the long-awaited sequel to All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. While the movie received mixed reviews, I …

Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Wayward Son’: A Hero, After the Fact

Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Wayward Son’: A Hero, After the Fact

A year after Rainbow Rowell released her much beloved novel Carry On, the first book in the Simon Snow series, the second in the series, Wayward Son, has been published. Carry On received stellar reviews from audiences; some even claimed it to be comparable to the Harry Potter series. Last year, fans of the novel were left with a void in their hearts after finishing Carry On, but now that void, which can only be filled by more Simon and Baz interactions, can be filled… but not in the way audiences may expect. Rowell’s Wayward Son tells the story of …

Revisiting ‘New Moon’ Thirteen Years Later (It’s Still Bad)

Revisiting ‘New Moon’ Thirteen Years Later (It’s Still Bad)

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This past weekend, I turned 21-years-old. To celebrate I forced several my closest friends to crowd into my apartment, watch me play Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Golden Deer gang squad up), and sit through the movies that I have spent the past year carefully selecting just for this occasion.  The favorite of the night? Twilight: New Moon.  And what turns thirteen-years-old on September 6th? Twilight: New Moon.   Image via Apple TV App   Time to party, folks.      Now, the movie adaptation of New Moon didn’t come out until November of 2009, but I’m not going to reread …