Idol: The must read, addictive and compulsive book club thriller of the summer
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If there is another book I doubt I will read it because I don't really care about this story enough to devote more time to it. It looks at why they were put up; the stories they were supposed to tell; why those stories were challenged; and how they came down. What it's about: The Catcher In The Rye tells the story of Holden Caulfield, a teenager from New York City who is living in an unspecified institution in Southern California. I feel like this book is probably more along the lines of XOXO than Shine, and that should make it a nice read.
That's the story of Ruthless Idols(second in a series, picking up where the first book ended): Daisy is a force of nature with the power to change everything, and regardless of her knowledge, or lack thereof, about the events transpiring, fate has plans for this girl. But before they can fully digest the little bits of information they gather there's an attempt on her life, one she should have died from if not for one of the MMC's previously unknown healing powers. The fact that everywhere they go, the No Face shows up, which makes sense and all but they keep killing everyone.Yet, certain people were looking for her descendants to see if anyone of them will soon develop them. It was different and entertaining even though I felt lost half the time trying to figure out what was happening. The ending was so good and I am so happy that Phoenix's dad, who was a major dick, got what he deserved. Rather He is rather like a weepy, jealous loser in love, who pursues us however scandalous we behave towards Him.
So, I downloaded three games on top of Ensemble Stars Music and thought I’d let you all know what I thought about them. What it's about: Set in Airstrip One, the book follows the story of Winston Smith who lives in an alternate history where everyone is under constant surveillance. She thinks she’ll never see him again, but when she goes to Korea with her mum, she winds up at the same school as him.During a tour of her bookshelf with Marie Claire, Jessica labeled Letters To Lily by Alan Macfarlane as her all-time favorite book with themes that are relatable at any chapter of your life.
I found the last section particularly helpful which helped me gain a better understanding of the effects of pursuing idols and effective ways of dethroning them and putting God back in his place. Shine is still fiction though, and it might be a little more dramatic than the industry actually is, but it’s a fun book if you’re looking for something a little wild. Here's how I'm sure it'll go: Dol mourns Ro while trying to save the world and repair her relationship with Lucas and then finds out that Ro isn't really dead and must resume choosing between the two boys who love her. I think Margaret rushed to finish this book which ended up having crappy sentences, incomplete ones and not enough of a plot.Ahmad Zaki Pasha, the Egyptian philologist, discovered the text; he bought the sole extant manuscript at auction in Damascus  and the manuscript, one of many in his extensive collection, was donated to the state after his death in 1934. There are a lot of interesting facts, but in Idols I feel like the story slowed down a lot and that when the book should've had a more steady pick up pace it didn't.