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Modern Heroines: Hermione, Bella, & Katniss

MAY / JUNE 2012: BY CHARITY BISHOP

WOMEN IN FICTION have changed over time to reflect society. In modern times our heroines reflect three different aspects of femininity: Hermione the scholar, Bella the homemaker, and Katniss the warrior. 1.026 more words

Struggles of a reader: Book Series

When your favourite book is part of a series it’s wonderful. So many more pages about your favourite fictional world and characters. What could possibly go wrong? 262 more words

Book Review

Light & Darkness: Men of the Hunger Games

SEPT / OCT 2011: BY RACHEL SEXTON

Since the popularity of Harry Potter shifted into high gear, the category of books known as young adult has steadily increased to become a major profitable section of the market. 1.106 more words

Femnista

#T5W | And you have my bow.

This week, we’re talking about five characters you defend.


I thought I was going to skip this but as I read other people’s responses, I realized that there are characters that I feel strongly about. 754 more words

Weeklies

Me Before You

I don’t usually read what all of the BookTubers and Bookstagrammers are reading—at least not when they’re currently raving about and reading it. This isn’t on general principal, I just rarely have time, and am usually already reading something else anyway. 602 more words

Book Reviews

Name quotes: Suzanne Collins

“Glimmer, I hear someone call her – ugh, the names the people in District 1 give their children are so ridiculous.” – The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins

Name Quotes

Top 5 Wednesday: Characters I Defend

Happy Wednesday everybody,

For this weeks top 5 Wednesday it is Characters you defend.

Top 5 Wednesday is a group in Goodreads and was formerly created by Lainey at  274 more words

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