Sunday, June 23, 2013
Hey guys! Oh my it has been a while! Sorry about that, I have just been really caught up with all the things that come with summer. I have also had trouble finding books that hold my attention, at one point in time I had to not read for a day or two. Now I have at least one book to review! (I may do a second to make up for the week or two I didn't post.) OK before I make you guys any more mad at me, lets get on to the review....
Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons
Our story opens up just where Article 5 left off. Ember and Chase still hiding out and avoiding the military. All is fine until an unknown sniper starts to shot up some of the military soldiers. this didn't concern many until word gets out that Ember is still alive and they instantly connect her to the sniper. Mystery, adventure, and trickery are in store in this fast paced novel.
I rate this a 5/5 stars. It was really good, but really hard to tell you all what it is about with out ruining both the first and the second (This book) book. This was one I started but had to stop when I found a book I had to read but only had a really short time to read. Other than that it was a good book.
Again I am really sorry about not posting. Other than that I have found a new group (music) that is so far been awesome. It is the London Philharmonic Orchestra, I only have the first volume of the Greatest Video Game music. Or some thing along the lines of that, I had gotten it really cheap at Wal-Mart so I can't complain. I also have to start asking around to if any of my friends can post for a bit while I am moving. It would only be two weeks at the least maybe three or four tops. If I can get some one it would be nice if not hope you can understand and maybe take some time and find some really good books? I have to get going so, Talk To You All Later! -Kaitlynn
Posted by Kaitlynn at 3:06 PM
Monday, June 3, 2013
I found this YouTube channel called Paint after one of the girls on my soccer team started to sing Harry Potter in 99 seconds. I became rather interested in it and now I feel like I actually have some to show you. (Not that he didn't have stuff before but not much that interested me.) Hope you Enjoy! -Kaitlynn
Harry Potter in 99 Seconds by Paint
Lord of the Rings in 99 Seconds by Paint
Ex Girlfriends Suck by Paint
Posted by Kaitlynn at 12:15 PM
Hey guys! I know I haven't posted in a while. I got really swamped with home work, final projects, finals, cleaning, and trying to get to our local pool. (just opened for the season and it was the first nice day in our area) I have sort of been reading, I really haven't been reading my to give a review on, which kind of lead to not posting for a while. But now that I have no school, no job, no activities, and a crud ton of free time... I can read more. Right now I have three books I am working on, and one of them I currently have done. So today here is the FIRST review of the summer!
The Beekeeper's Apprentice (On the Segregation of the Queen) by Laurie R. King
The story starts up (after the Editors preface and Author's note) with us meeting Mary Russell and learning of one of her habits. ( Reading and Walking, which I like to do too) So one day while walking through the country side she stumbles upon Sherlock Holmes. After sometime they become good friends and eventually partners in solving crimes. Through out this book they have cases, adventure, and jaw dropping moments. Can you solve the mystery or will the mystery get the best of you?
I loved this book, I give it a 5/5 stars. The whole reason I found this book is because I had heard about it in one of the Podcasts by The Baker Street Babes. I am really glad the I decided to read it even though I wasn't interested in the Podcast at the time. I loved how no mater what I was surprised at what happened. I hope you guys enjoy this too.
I would have had this done earlier if (in addition to every thing I said earlier) I hadn't gotten Lego Lord of the Rings for my birthday. I get so distracted by trying to finish a 20-30 minute level that I forget the fact that I have a book to finish and to review. I also started play Table Top Guitar, it was my Grampa's but now it is sort of mine you could say. It sounds so beautiful but is really difficult to play. (It sort of got me an amp to go with it. Well to play it I needed an amp and the amp I have now is really nice and should have been 300 to 400 dollars but it was about 179 dollars. That was because it was used and the guy couldn't afford to move it. Now that I have it, I can finally use my electric violin!) Well I should get going, Talk To You All Later! -Kaitlynn
Posted by Kaitlynn at 12:02 PM