Following Ned’s execution, Joffrey, Robert’s first son, sits the throne as his successor. Meanwhile, before his demise, Ned managed to send a letter to Stannis Baratheon, informing that three of Cersei’s children aren’t Robert’s legitimate offspring. Which means that Robert’s direct brother is the rightful heir and not Joffrey. A following dispute then begins as to which brother should inherit the throne since Robert has two living brothers, Stannis and Renly. Should words not solve the dispute, both Stannis and Renly promise that blood will.
The Storyteller is obviously not the first book that ever brings up Auschwitz, the most notorious slaughter camp in human history, as its premise. Be that as it may, it’s one that does it from a slightly different angle. It’s common to punctuate the unimaginable atrocity the SS has done in holocaust, but time to time, it’s interesting to ask a different question. Were all men in SS equally heartless?
Synopsis There is an octopus lying with its tentacles spreading languidly on Lily’s head. Its eyes are defiant, they’re staring at me. When did it come? How did I not see it before now? Jenny, my therapist asks me what happens with my 12 year old dachshund. I tell her, there is an octopus on […]
The thing is, Martin Addison accidentally sees his emails with Blue, quickly put two and two together and figured out that Si is gay and decides to blackmail him using them. Those emails, have been Si’s only safe zone to be completely himself. And now, this bully is threatening to expose that one safe space to all the homophobics and not homophobics around them.
Auburn is walking to her apartment while tearing up over her miserable life when she stumbles upon a sign. It reads Help Wanted. Knock to apply. What, a coincidence! She slowly takes in the building, and realizes that she passes it every day on her way between her place and her work, but she never noticed it before. Now that she’s paying a good attention on it, she sees it. Covering the windows facing the street are scraps of paper full of various handwritings. It’s confessions from anonymous people.
It’s been four years since the chaotic time. Malorie and her two kids now stay in a house fully covered with drapes, cardboards, and wooden panels. Four years is also for as long Malorie hasn’t seen outside. For the kids, that means their whole life they have never seen the sky, or grass, or earth.
Hi, Nerdies! It’s time for another book by Colleen Hoover: All Your Perfects. Storyline Quinn and Graham are soulmates who find their way to together unusually. They met for the first time at the door of Quinn’s fiance where inside, Quinn’s fiance was having an affair with Graham’s girlfriend. But just months after their worlds […]
Storyline The dragons and their keepers are finally at the end of their long river journey. The city of Kelsingra is just across the deep and fast-flowing river. But the grand city is currently asleep and there’s no sign of life there. The group has decided to stay on the opposite side of the river […]
I meant to read this one very long ago, but for reasons that I no longer remember, I only got to read it this year, and I was mistaking it as a work of fiction! Stupid me! So I was reading it totally oblivious that this is a true story! So guys, I know that […]
Storyline The dragons, their keepers, Tarman, its crew and hunters, and the Bingtowners are continuing their journey to find Kelsingra, a dream city which its existence no one is sure of. The keepers are not deluded to think that this is going to be an auspicious travel. They all tacitly know that the Rain Wilds […]