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August Book of the Month

Welcome Friends! Its that time of the month again to join me for the August book of the month!!! So without further adieu I present the August book of the Month

The Hemingway Files by H.K. Bush!! <— Click the Link to buy the Book now and join me in this months literary journey!!!

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Join me later this month when I tell you my thoughts and feelings, and an Interview with the Author!!! happy readings my friends!!!

 

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No Mourners, No Funerals

Kaz Brekker and his crew, having just finished raiding the Ice Court, thought they were coming back to the prize of a life time, but when they realize they got swindled out of their money, its up to Kaz and his crew to get their money, and get back at the men that ruined every one of their lives. Leigh Bardugo brings you back into the Barrel, as flawlessly as if we never left.
Kaz and his misfit band of miscreants have to lay low as they uncover a black hole of secrets that are keeping them from their fortunes, as well as their futures. As we watch the spectacle of the barrel unfold infront of us we also get a side show of who loves who, without it being throwin in our face as a sappy love story.The Jesper and Waylen romance is so subtle at that first you can't even tell its going on, it slips up on you so skillfully that you forget that you didn't even like waylen before this book started. The Kas and Inej romance is something that I sensed from the first book, but it was small a gradual and by the end you're wanting so much more than she gave you, honestly I want another book just about the two of them!!
When I found out that Leigh Bardugo wrote another series completely on the Grisha I was crazy stoked, it meant that I didn't have to leave the beautifully dangerous environment of the Barrel. I cannot wait to go back soon to this beautiful series. This book is a defiant must read!

Wanna read it yourself? click the link below to buy Crooked Kingdom and read it for yourself!!!

 Crooked Kingdom: A Sequel to Six of Crows

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A homecoming to remember!- A Spider-man Review 

Welcome Back Friends!! It’s time to discuss the newest addition to the Marvel Univurse Spider-Man: Homecoming! So here is your ********* SPOILER ALERT*********** 

Let’s begin by saying how absolutely thankful I am to marvel universe for not making us sit through another Peter Parker origins story! If you’re a regular in the marvel universe you’re already aware that while this this is the first spider man movie, this is not the first time we’ve met Mr. Peter  Parker, but for the newbies let’s recap really quickly. Our first encounter with our newest Spider- Man, played by Tom Holland, and his surprisingly young Aunt May played by the beautiful, Marisa Tomie, was actually in the last Captian American movie, Civil War. One of the great things about this particular addition to the Marvel Universe is it’s ability to stand completely alone! Through a bit a time laps cut scene work in the beginning of the movie, you don’t have to have seen any of the other movies to know what’s going on with our friendly neighborhood Spider-man. 

In my oh so humble opinion Holland’s Peter     Parker is by far my favorite! He is the perfect mix of Maguire’s Peter Parker and Garfield’s Spider-Man! Although holland portrays a younger spidey then we are used to I think he really steps up to the plate nicely! His dynamic with Robert Downey Jr.  as his new mentor is beautiful and quit Awesome, he’s the classic hard ass, with a bit of fatherly edge that on one really expects from Tony Stark.

With some decent twists, this movie is defiantly another marvel masterpiece, well worth the price of admission to see! I highly  recomened seeing this Spidey adventure, and enjoyed following Peter down awkward adolescent road. 

Like all marvel movies this one had not one but 2 cut scenes, the second one left many fans a little underwhelmed for sure! I defiantly really enjoyed this movie and give it a 4 outta 5 stars guys!!! 

Did you like Spider-man Homecoming? Did you hate it? Let men know in the comments section then follow the blog for more movie, book, and tv reviews!! And don’t forget to find me on instagram @leeannalynmarie and Facebook favebook.com/bowtiesandcoffee 
Leeannalyn Marie 

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July Book of the Month!!

Welcome my friends to July!! Sorry i fell off the map for the month of June some things got real in the life column and I couldn’t get to my computer :/ that being said we are back with the July book of the month and let me tell you I’m super excited for it!! Its one that i’ve been dying to do for a while now and am super stoked to bring it to you guys! so without further adieu the July Book of the Month is…..

 

Crooked Kingdom.

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo. The Sequel to The Six of Crows. Join me this month as I journey into this wonderful world for a second time, and dont forget to tell me what you think of it when your done!!!

Happy Reading!!!

Leeannalyn Marie

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The Fandom Never Dies

Welcome back friend and fellow book lovers. Now let me be 100% honest when i say I was super reluctant when I got this book. I’ve only read one other book by Rainbow Rowell and I have to be honest in saying that it really wasnt one of my favorites. That being said when I saw Fangirl I was intrigued and torn. This book speaks to my soul on a deeper level than my love of books because my inner fangirl is strong. Between the books I read and the shows i want the fandom life is strong with this one.

I can defiantly say that I relate to this book and a deep level. Cather really is my spirit animal, from her want to take care of her family to her love of a “fictional world” to her awkward and cringe worthy experiences with the opposite sex, and school life. College can be a strange and scary place for everyone, especially when you’re living in a dorm with people you’ve never met before.

Fangirl really illistrats the struggles of growing up and experiencing the real world outside of your own computer screen. It beautifully illistrates the horrible feelings of being awkward and shy and painfully new to the dating game.

Rainbow Rowell Truly hit it out of the park with this one, from one fangirl to fangirls everywhere, life love and friendship are really shown well in this one. For sure a must read!!!

What did you think? Did you like it? Whatever you felt about this book be sure to let me know. and Come back in a few days when i reveal with May’s book of the month is!! thanks guys!

 

Leeannalyn Maire