The Fountainhead Movie Review

Content warning: Suicide and toxic relationships will be discussed in this review. Whenever a film adaptation of a novel comes out, there will always be people who will say, “The book is better than the movie.” For a lot of the time, that sentiment is true. However, there are instances in which people will assertContinue reading “The Fountainhead Movie Review”

The Adapt Me Podcast is Here!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi Everybody! I launched the Adapt Me Podcast this week! It’s available on Spotify and Amazon Music as of now. It’ll be on more in the coming future. I plan on releasing episodes on a monthly basis. If you want to be a guest, feel free to email me here!

News!!!!!!!

Hi Everybody, I want to let you all know that I’ll be launching a podcast called “Adapt Me Podcast.” It’ll be about novels that have never been adapted into movies, television shows, etc… very soon, so mark it in your book(s)! I’m looking for guests from all backgrounds who love books! If you want toContinue reading “News!!!!!!!”

Where the Crawdads Sing Movie Review

Content warning: this review briefly discusses the Delia Owens controversy and sexual assault. When the novel Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens was published in 2018, it became one of the biggest and best selling books in recent years. Of course, it was only a matter of when it was going to get aContinue reading “Where the Crawdads Sing Movie Review”

99 Books* Ranked From Worst to Best

*I know that some are movie adaptations, but that’s besides the point. I can’t believe that I’m now approaching my 100th book review. I’ve encountered so many titles that I don’t think that I would’ve read on my own. In addition, these reviews have also allowed me to interact with various authors. Thank you toContinue reading “99 Books* Ranked From Worst to Best”

For Whom the Bell Tolls Movie Review

Content Warning: this review contains discussions on brown face. Whenever a novel is adapted into film, there are three ways that it can be approached. One is to take elements from the book loosely. Another is to follow the main plot of the novel, but change certain aspects of it like structure and characters. TheContinue reading “For Whom the Bell Tolls Movie Review”

The Lesser Blessed Book Review

Warning: Some elements of this review may not be suitable for those under the age of 14. When readers think of the classics, what do they often think about? The Catcher in the Rye? Pride and Prejudice? The Great Gatsby? In other words, works by white and mostly male authors who are dead. Luckily, CanadaContinue reading “The Lesser Blessed Book Review”

My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry Book Review

A long time ago, I read a little book called A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. It was a wonderful novel that has influenced a subsection of the lit subgenre that I’d like to call “curmudgeon novels.” Since it was his debut novel, Backman had to follow up with something that was just asContinue reading “My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry Book Review”

The Hate U Give Movie Review

Warning: this review contains spoilers of the movie. Shortly, after reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, I felt the need to watch the movie because A. the book was so good that I wanted to see how it was adapted, and B. I wanted to see films that didn’t involve solving the raceContinue reading “The Hate U Give Movie Review”

49 Books* Ranked From Worst to Best

*I know that some are movie adaptations, but that’s besides the point. It seems so unbelievable that I’m now approaching my 50th book review. To celebrate this, I will rate each of the 49 books that I have reviewed on this site. These are based on the rates that I gave them on Goodreads.com, butContinue reading “49 Books* Ranked From Worst to Best”