I have many incomplete series so I’ve decided to write a few blog posts about them. In this post, I’m going to talk about the series that I’m not sure if I’m going to finish. I’m on the fence for most of these series so I could really be convinced either way.
I have a really bad habit of never finishing book series. I thought I would share some of the book series that I need to finish with you so that I can be held accountable for them. I’m determined to finish all of these series at some point but I need some motivation so I’m hoping that writing this post will motivate me.
Director: Asim Abbassi
Producer: Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari
Cast: Aamina Sheikh, Sanam Saeed, Adnan Malik
Rating: 4 out of 5
A truly crossover Pakistani film, Cake is a family drama about love, loss, choices and responsibilities. The story unravels when the ageing patriarch of the Jamali family is taken ill and his eldest daughter and sole caregiver, Zareen, is forced to reconnect with her sister, Zara, on her return from London.
Continue reading “Cake Review”
Today, I’m bringing you something very different and incredibly exciting. On Tuesday 13th March, I was lucky enough to be invited to be part of the press for the world premiere of Cake. Cake is a Pakistani film that is releasing on the 29th March in UK cinemas. It is a family drama about love, loss, choices and responsibilities. Today, I’m excited to share with you my interviews with some of the cast as well as the director, Asim Abbassi.
I have stopped doing monthly wrap ups so I’ve introduced this Recent Reads series so I can still discuss any books that I’m in the mood to talk about. Today, I’m here with 3 new book that I need to scream about to the world (all books that I loved!).
So since I have finished doing monthly wrap ups, I haven’t been able to talk about some of the films that I’ve watched and loved. So I thought I would do a similar thing to what I have been doing for some of my recent reads by talking about some films that I’ve recently watched – whether I loved them or hated them.
A people cowed by grief and darkness.
A cut-throat race for power and victory.
A girl with everything and nothing to lose…
Sorrow all but rules the Court of Tears, in a land gripped by perpetual grief, forever mourning her brother who died just days before Sorrow was born. By day she governs in place of her father, by night she seeks secret solace in the arms of the boy she’s loved since childhood. But when her brother is seemingly found alive, and intent on taking control, Sorrow has to choose whether to step aside for a stranger who might not be who he claims to be, or embark on a power struggle for a position she never really wanted.
Continue reading “State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury”
Hi, my name is Sofia and I am currently Hamilton trash. I stayed away from the trend of Hamilton for a while but when my sister offered for me to go see it with her, I went and fell madly in love. I have been listening to the soundtrack non stop for the last 2 months and I’ve booked to go see it twice more this year. So obviously I thought it would be the perfect time to do the Hamilton Book Tag that has been around in the book community for a while. It was created by Maureen Keavy over on Booktube so definitely go check out her original video. I also found the cool banners on Downright Dystopian!
The Reading Fangirl is a blog that has changed many times throughout the years. Not even just the design, but the content is constantly evolving. I start new series and end them as abruptly as I started them because I realise that it isn’t working for me anymore. This is what happened with my monthly wrap ups. I did them for almost 3 years but the pressure got too much. The pressure to mention every single book that I read even the trashy romance novels that I couldn’t remember 2 days after I read them. So this is how I decided to start this Recent Reads series. I thought it would be a lot easer to just make a post about some of the books I’ve been reading recently when I have enough that I actually want to talk about. This series would include every book I read but it will just include the noteworthy books – whether they were good or bad.
In the first installment of this series, I’m talking about 4 of the 11 books that I’ve already read in 2018. In this case, they were all fantastic as I haven’t read any bad books yet this year. My relationship with reading has really improved this year. I’m trying not to be scared of starting new series or reading hyped books anymore as well as attempting to tackle my physical TBR. It’s become a hobby again to read popular books rather than a chore so I’m loving it.
Camellia Beauregard is a Belle. In the opulent world of Orléans, Belles are revered, for they control Beauty, and Beauty is a commodity coveted above all else. In Orléans, the people are born grey, they are born damned, and only with the help of a Belle and her talents can they transform and be made beautiful.
But it’s not enough for Camellia to be just a Belle. She wants to be the favorite—the Belle chosen by the Queen of Orléans to live in the royal palace, to tend to the royal family and their court, to be recognized as the most talented Belle in the land. But once Camellia and her Belle sisters arrive at court, it becomes clear that being the favourite is not everything she always dreamed it would be. Behind the gilded palace walls live dark secrets, and Camellia soon learns that the very essence of her existence is a lie—that her powers are far greater, and could be more dangerous, than she ever imagined. And when the queen asks Camellia to risk her own life and help the ailing princess by using Belle powers in unintended ways, Camellia now faces an impossible decision.
With the future of Orléans and its people at stake, Camellia must decide—save herself and her sisters and the way of the Belles—or resuscitate the princess, risk her own life, and change the ways of her world forever.