Author: mohamed chabeb

Book adaptations to fill your summer with

One of the rare good things about living in Algeria is watching pirated content without sweating your pants about the legal side of it, you can’t even worry because there is no alternative, you can’t pay for online services like Netflix even if you wanted to, it’s so normal that most people have no idea that it’s illegal. so without further ado, sit your thief ass back and get your torrent site up, and get ready to download one of these hot adaptations of books in 2017:   “Beauty and the Beast”: WHAT IS IT ABOUT: things aren’t what...

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Judge These books By Their Covers!

       This novel is entitled ‘Hopeless’ but it only gives hope for its readers. Hope for the troubled, hope for the messed up, hope for the heartbroken readers.                Hopeless is the book that got me into reading, no matter how hard I will try to be objective I still won’t be able to, It was my first, and as we know firsts hold a special place in the heart. This book helped me get over my first love. At first, I thought it is just a random novel that would keep my head busy to not...

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Hopeless by Colleen Hoover [Review]

Colleen Hoover, Hopeless “Fuck all the firsts, Sky. The only thing that matters to me with you are the forevers.”        This novel is entitled ‘Hopeless’ but it only gives hope for its readers. Hope for the troubled, hope for the messed up, hope for the heartbroken readers.                Hopeless is the book that got me into reading, no matter how hard I will try to be objective I still won’t be able to, It was my first, and as we know firsts hold a special place in the heart. This book helped me get over my...

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Best Books of 2017 -so far-

one of the great pleasures in the life of a reader is picking up a book and falling in love with it. books can be real time resistant , you could pick up a classic from the 17th century and you’ll still match well, but if you don’t, what if you’re sick and tired of all the classics roaming around -looking at you

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Comic Books you should Read In 2017

Crawl Space (Koyama) by Jesse Jacobs A major part of the joy of reading comics is being pulled into the unique perspective of a singular artist, and Jesse Jacobs’ Crawl Space is a stunning example. The washer/dryer in Jeanne-Claude’s basement is a portal into a psychedelic world, and the Artist delivers breathtaking visuals that arrange rainbow-colored shapes into hypnotic patterns that vibrate on the page and immerse the reader in this spectacular setting, and these visuals are tied to a compelling, meditative story about the challenges of adolescence, including the difficulty of maintaining a pure spirit and the danger of befriending corrupting influences,...

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