One of the big theories that came out of Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindlewald is that (SPOILERS) Queenie isn’t really joining Grindlewald: she’s actually a double agent a la Snape from the original series. Snape 2.0 if you will. It’s one that makes sense in the grand scheme of things. She’s in love with… Continue reading Is Queenie a Double Agent? Discussing the Fan Theory
Hello, and Welcome to 2 Minute Lit. Every put off required reading in high school? I did. And I found myself constantly on SparkNotes. So, I bring you, everything you need to know about The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In two minutes, or less. The Plot in 10 Points (or less) Nick Carraway, a bond… Continue reading 2 Minute Lit: The Great Gatsby
It's the end of the year, which means it's time to reflect on the best books read throughout 2018. Starting with, number 5.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vj9pp-a2ffd8 Queenie Goldstein is the topic of a hot debate here at Cunning and Loyalty. Is she playing the long game as a double agent? Will her betrayal be permanent? Or is she pulling a Snape and converting during the War? Overall, it's an interesting theory, and we want to hear from you guys! What… Continue reading Double Agent Queenie?? Episode #2
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-h6eu6-a2405b Welcome to Cunning and Loyalty! A Harry Potter Podcast where a Slytherin forces a Hufflepuff to read through the Harry Potter series for the first time. Not only that, but we also talk about all the newest Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts updates. In this episode, we read the first two chapters of Harry… Continue reading Cunning and Loyalty: Episode 1: Fantastic Beasts and First Chapters
Hey friends, my name’s Gabrielle and welcome to FrumiousReads. Today we are talking true crime, and the book I want to talk about today is No Angel: My Harrowing Undercover Journey to the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels by Jay Dobyns and Nils Johnson-Shelton. https://youtu.be/5G0xvglM-GQ If you want to watch this review instead of… Continue reading True Crime Book Talk: No Angel by Jay Dobyns
Hey friends, my name's Gabrielle and welcome to FrumiousReads. The true crime book we are talking to about today was recommended by Lesley Harris on Facebook, and I chose this one myself because it's actually a book that I've had for a while that I wanted to read. That book is The Iceman: Confessions of… Continue reading True Crime Book Talk: The Ice Man by Philip Carlo
Based on Frank Abagnale Jr.’s real life experiences, Catch Me if You Can is claimed to be the “true story of a real fake.” Frank Abagnale Jr. posed as an airline pilot, a lawyer, a corrections officer, and a doctor during his time as a con man.
Hey everyone! I am very excited to be reviewing "The Margins" co-written by David Accampo and Paul Montgomery, and illustrated by Amanda Donahue. This is a graphic novel I was sent by Fanbase Press in exchange for an honest review. My reviews are generally structured in to four different parts; Synopsis, Pros, Cons, and Conclusion. … Continue reading The Margins : Graphic Novel Review
First things first, before I forget, let me tag some other people for this post. I tagged booktubers for my video version and I want to make sure to grab some book bloggers while I'm posting here as well. I tag Pirate Patty and Rachel from Island Girl Reads. QUICK NOTE: If you enjoy these posts… Continue reading The Reading Habits Tag