Thursday, January 29, 2009


This year i am waiting for a
bunch of things...

As i have gushed about Movies...............
Masterpiece, it is back and

Sense & Sensibility;
On Sunday Feb. 1st and 8th at
9:pm. Check local listings.2009

Sense and sensibility, is about two sisters who struggle in finding the right match. Both are completely different, but love each other.

New episode weekly. check local listings.
You thought it would be hard getting off the island, this season they are trying to get back on.

The Doctor!
I am waiting for the special of Doctor Who. David Tennant's last shows. The Questions are,
Two Doctors? What?


The Reluctant Heiress, by Eva Ibbotson. Out in May
28, 2009.
Being an heiress in 1920s Austria with nothing but a broken-down castle to your name and a nary a penny in your purse could be frustrating for anyone but the Princess Theresa-Maria of pfaffenstein. "Tessa," however, is thrilled with her situation, as it allows her to concentrate on her love of the arts- and no one in the Viennese opera company need know that their delightful and charming under-wardrobe mistress is really a princess. But when the dashing self-made millionaire Guy Farne arrives at the opera in search of suitable entertainment for his high society guests, Tessa realizes that there may be more to life-and love-than just music. But while the attraction between them is undeniable, Guy's insufferable snob of a fiancee only solidifies Tessa's determination to keep her true identity a secret. Yet, after a chance meeting with the handsome Englishman, Tessa's reserve begins to melt, and she starts to wonder if it's not too late for a fairytale ending.....
-Eva Ibbotson is a New York Times bestseller, and her novels have been shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian's Children's Fiction Prize in the United Kingdom. She lives in England.

The Season, Sarah Maclean. Out in March, 2009.
Seventeen year old Lady Alexandra is strong- willed and sharp-tongued-- in a house full of older brothers and their friends, she had to learn to hold her own. Not the best makings for an aristocratic lady in Regency London. Yet her mother still dreams of marrying Alex off to someone safe, respectable, and wealthy. But between ball gown fittings, dances, and diner parties, Alex, along with her two best friends, Ella and Vivi, manages to get herself into what may be her biggest scrape yet.
When the Earl of Blackmoor is mysteriously killed, Alex decides to help his son, the brooding and devilishly handsome Gavin, uncover the truth. But will Alex's heart be stolen in the process? In and adventure brimming with espionage, murder, and other clandestine affairs, who could possibly have time to worry about finding a husband? Romance abounds as this year's season begins!

I can't wait to watch and read today and tomorrow!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Miss Marjoribanks, By Margaret Oliphant

Rating, 3/5
Characters 4/4
Story, 3/5

Marjoribanks is actually pronounced Marchbanks. This book is relatively big, having 3 volumes and 496 pages, depending on the book. It is based in the middle class of the Victorian area, where society is a big thing. The story goes to tell about Miss. Lucilla Marjoribanks, when is returning from her late home and school. On arrival she her intension is to be the sunshine in her widowed father's life, and she will not be relived even if he wishes it. When she is at home, she at once wants to be received into her towns society. It does take time, but she gets to the place where she is the life of society being Young and energetic.

As dreamed about at school, all she wanted was to take care of her father and run the house as her own and as her mother did. When she is making changes and after refurnishing the drawing room she feels entitled to serve her father for it until she feels that her time with him served for the cost, but also it serves as an excuse because she has no wish to marry. Lucilla begins hosting party's and is a expert entertainer. Lucilla is also open and appealing and instructive without giving herself airs. One huge facet of her nature is that she is always kind and preserving, meaning she takes interest of others lives without being demanding nor ignorantly noisy. she finds herself although vexed at times, but she keeps her reputation at a high proof of good breeding, but as men start closing in, will they ruin her good reputation? Many men; the young, younger, and middle age come into her life so that she is bound in gossip. Helping them by comforting and impulsively conducting private interviews does not help her in the least. But what can you do, when you are kindhearted?

Proposes come and go, proposes never come, and is there a proposes that is excepted? Lucilla is completely flawed as a heroin, in her choices of choices, although she is perfect in her generosity. But will she have the eternal future of a spinster? Or will she marry the wrong man to save her from it?
This book is very well illustrated in words, but i am not to keen about the story's ending. Lucilla's character is well defined and deeply constructed, but her life is an illusion and in the mid age of a woman, she is called old, but men in that time of their lives are hardly given that title, that is one offence. Lucilla is stubbornly flawed also and i find her a bit to weak or to strong. Which one is false i will leave that up to you to decide. The ending is a line stretched to far from her youth and that is what i would have changed, other than that, characters are well built and the story has twists that are amusing in its comic detail. I am sorry is this is your favorite book and i mean no harm.


Monday, January 26, 2009

Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

Rating the book: 5/5

Characters: 5/5

Story: 5/5

This is ultimately my favorite book of all times, and i must gush about it. Jane Austen is in my opinion so gifted, she puts her soul into each book. In the book, this period of time, it is very hard to find a suitable husband, and also in a world filled with more of the indecent and inadequate than the valuable and tolerable. But is that really changed now in modern times?

This story is about the Bennet family who are neither rich nor poor, but who exceed the amount of children for there income. With much regret in Mrs. Bennet's eyes she could not give her husband a male heir. And worse their whole estate is to be past to the relation Mr. Collins because of it.
The Bennet's instead had five girls;
Jane the eldest and the most stunning, The favorite of her mother.
Elizabeth and the most vigorous and lively, The favorite of her father.
Mary the most studious.
Kitty the most gullible.
And Lydia who is the most flirtatious and another favorite of her mother, but cares nothing of it.

The story then begins when the new and rich owner of Netherfield comes into town, and everything changes. Mr. Bingley is now under speculation and is the aim of every mother for their daughter in town, including the over sensitive, noisy, but loving mother Mrs. Bennet.

With Mr. Bingley, Mr. Darcy is brought into country, and at an instance Elizabeth is slighted by him, and the whole family and every one in town hates the ignorant man, but kind Jane who tries to encourage her stubborn sister Elizabeth to be nice. On the other hand Jane falls for Mr. Bingley, the handsome and rich nobleman who is much like herself. This book is full of twists and turns and even if you know the story and you have seen the movies, you should read the book.
Elizabeth, the books heroin finds hatred before love, pride before fault, ignorance before sincerity, and the question that every women is confronted with comes up, Who to marry? This book understands how pride can be obtained to easily and prejudice how you can have it without knowing that you do. It is romantic, but still maintains a degree of comedy, and each character you discover is created with inspiration by no one other than people that you see around you today. Elizabeth Bennet must be the most brightest, interesting, heroin that has ever enchanted the pages of a book and in real life. And in the words of our sincere and honest, but not haughty author, in describing Elizabeth;
"I must confess and i think her as delightful a creature as ever appeared in print, and how i shall be able to tolerate those who do not like her at least, i do not know."
(From Jane Austen's Letters)

That just said it!


Scorpia (5th book in the Alex Rider Adventure)

Anthony Horowitz did a fantastic job like usual-

Alex Rider, Spy,Teenager, Football Player, and a wanna be regular boy. Alex has been lied to his entire life. He hardly knows anything about his dead uncle, and practically nothing about his parents except for that they married young, had him young, died young, and a few odds and ends of bread crumbs making a scratchy path of clues. But it all comes into place and some questions pop up like; Did his father know Yassen? Did his father actually work for Scorpia, the worlds biggest crime business? And is he the son of an assassin? Alex's life is like a puzzle with so many missing pieces that when he finds the open arms of Scorpia, he can finally put his puzzle together. But what will they make him do?

Alex goes on another adventure to find the truth that he once thought he had. Going to Venice for a little vacation, as his last one didn't end so well, he is traveling with practically the only true friend he has. Well what did he expect, missing tons of school and when he did come back to school he also brought tons of cuts and bruises with him. After being in Venice he travels to Napple, and then an island from Venice named Malagosto, to learn the same art that was taught to his father, and maybe to find a piece of him while he is there.
This book is intense and begins the new mystery of Alex's new life!


Thursday, January 22, 2009

Eagle Strike

Eagle Strike is the 4th book in the Alex Rider series. It follows the book Skeleton Key.

And this is where you say "Alex is still alive!"

"Well yes." i answer.
"Eagle strike, what is it about?" you ask, and i will tell you:
Sir Damian Cray is a peace activist, rich bloke, and pop sensation. Every one loves him, from brainless bubble heads to crazed activists. He must be the most talented man in the world and you just gotta love him, but the thing is Alex is not to sure that Cray really cares.

After coming back from Skeleton Key, (alive, i know) he decided to go on a vacation with Sabina Pleasure. (His new friend.) They are in the south of France, when Alex spots no one other than Yassen Gregorovich. ( The killer of his uncle) Seeing him, Alex knows this must not be good.

Then Alex gets himself into a whole new experience, Bull fighting? Maybe if he's good he will take it up as a hobby.
So this book goes on after he returns, back with his good old friend, pain. But how much?

Alex tries to convince Mi6, that Damian Cray is nothing but evil with a happy go lucky smile. But no one believes him, go figure, even the queen loves him. Alex goes on a series of investigations, Alone! Which will lead him to soak up the glory and gloat in the sham of Mi6 or he will regret ever being caught up with Cray.

This book is quick witted and very Sharpe. You might even want to stop gaming, when your finished.


Monday, January 19, 2009

I have not read this book, but i am going to!

Bloody Jack.

By, L.A Meyer.

This book is a pirate/ not a pirate, book.

This is what i know about the summary and book, Mary Faber (Jacky) takes on a job on a ship the British warship H.M.S Dolphin, after the gang leader and almost brother Roster Charlie is killed.

Before Mary had been left destitute on the streets of the 1800's London, when her parents died. She had no where until she had joined the street gang and that became her home. Then as said before she gets the job by dressing as a boy, and naming herself Jacky. Then she makes new friends, survives natures casualties that leaves her naturally bloody,(Get what i mean? if not read the book with me) and a nick name that lives on and on, "BLOODY JACK"

That came to be because she killed a man to save another. This book sounds very interesting and i can't wait to read it. I do know that this book is followed by 5 more books and then two more to be released soon. The next is "The curse of the blue tattoo."

Well i will review on this.

your dearly adoring fan and critic



Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Northanger Abbey

Young Cathrine Morland is brought into the fashionable life of Bath, when her family friends the wealthy Mr. and Mrs. Allen invite her along to be of company. Once in Bath she is astounded at the delight of society, everything now is new, from the change of the normal daily life with her large destitute family. In society she meets very flirtatious and diverting Isabella, whom she delights in. They share the interest of reading Gothic novels and are both out going and naive girls.

Miss. Cathrine Morland also meets Mr. and Miss. Tilney, who are fantastically the right amount of truth for Cathrine.

Bath brings a large amount of anguish, temptation, diversity, truth, lies, and everything else.

Her brother falls deeply in love with her friend Miss. Isabella, But can it last? Soon Cathrine is tempted to leave Bath to go off with sophisticated Miss. Tilney to her rather large country house. She does go, leaving her favorable friends and she is happy but sad in doing so.

Mr. Tilney is very charming and as earnest as a young man should be, and his sister is as lovely and sweet tempered as a well breed of a high sociable young lady is brought up to be, except truthfully that is herself.

Everything Cathrine has read about dark treachery and illusive magic would point to be true under the certain circumstance she is in, when she find a part of a dark secret at Norhanger Abbey. But can her stay, shine light on this dark secret before it is to late?

Cathrine then must choose what she believes in, from the real world or influential novels of romance and horror.

Cathrine does indeed choose....

She learns that, Horror novels can influence you sometimes over your boundaries if they are read exceedingly too much, and she does find out that through the situations read they may sound exciting and adventurous, but as she goes through them in real life, treachery and anguish are not very happy to look upon but rather to be happy once they are over. This book is very good and not exactly what Jane Austen is known to do. In this book she brings a subject of murder into the story line, of which she mostly has kept away from.

It is a good example of truth and fiction. You can be affected terribly if you do not learn the difference of it and it can change your life drastically if you do not.

I love this book because of its comic look onto things and of the sustenance, of which things are brought into the light. Northanger Abbey is a great light work of Jane Austen's.


Hello Dear Friend Lain,

I just checked my site, i got the few comments from you a while ago, but if that's what you mean, than yha.

I only just watched the second half of "Tess" too. It was Sooooooooo sad. It was a great movie, but could of used another ending, maybe if they got to France or something. Did my Masterpiece schedule help a little or is it just for Hawaii? When did Tess start for you? I am just interested to understand how different the schedules work.

I have been good, You? My life has not been that crazy, more like boring.

I am happy your happy, when are you starting Orchestra?

Yes i have seen "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" but a long time ago, i think i was 7.

Did you watch the Golden Globes? If not You should look up "Tina Fey's Acceptance speech" it is funny.

Your picture is so beautiful :) This picture is just a statue in Cesar's palace, i like to look at statues.
How big is the Hale Farm? Because the way i imagine it now is that it is pretty big. The tree's are so pretty.
We'll i should go and start school, catch up with you later.
Forever yours

Saturday, January 10, 2009


My 2008 Trip to Las Vegas

In a hotel, a display of a forest. It talked
and moved it's eyes.
Across from the Bellagio, remake
of the Paris Eiffel Tower.

At the Bellagio water show. Playing Elvis.

This is the Bellagio

Friday, January 9, 2009

Skeleton Key

Skeleton Key is the third book of the Alex Rider series. It follows sometime after Alex's last mission, still not fully recharged from the last nightmare, he's thinking that Point Blanc was his last one way assignment. It all begins when Mr. Crawley gives him an opportunity, to be a ball boy at Wimbledon. How Cool! Wimbledon! But it has a catch.

Then after surviving that disaster, another disaster is thrown his way, Mr. Bloom and Mrs. Jones convince him that he would be safer out of country, until this thing blows over.

With cool new gadgets he is sent to the U.S, were he is set up with two agents Carver and Troy.

He is not to into the idea, but neither are they, in fact they really hate the idea, but for the sake of their jobs are willing to suck it up and continue and complete the mission, which leads them into more deathly trouble right there on the docks.
Then after a change of heart , they head for Skeleton Key, a island a few miles south of Cuba.
There every thing goes as planed, he's relaxing and soaking up the sun, while Carver and Troy are scoping everything out.
But then, things go off of the carts wrong. Things changing rapidly, deaths, attacks, and all from one very powerful man who has no family and should have no will to live, but he has everything else, money, power, and NUCLEAR WEAPONS! The only thing missing is a sane brain cell in this man's evil head. Feeling all alone, now CIA's problem becomes his and things go personal.

This book was great, and it had a good rhythm, if you are into action and mystery check this book out.


Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Kids Book: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

This tale is about a young boy named Peter, who is 9 years old.

He lives with his wonderful parents, turtle named Dribble, and the tiny terror of a little brother, Fudge. Every one thinks Fudge is so sweet, and adorable, but that is all a lie. Fudge doesn't mean for it to be like that, but he can't stop himself, And peter is always in second place. When a stranger meets him, it is all good, but once they meet his little brother, it is just as well as they forget all about him. Fudge has a horrible attitude, but still his mother spoils him silly. Year after year it is the same, opportunity getting past by him to Fudge, and how many times can he get in trouble for doing something or another that Fudge did, but his mother is to busy babying him to notice.

Can Peter handle being in second place any longer or will he explode?

This book is very good and for kids that have siblings you can really understand. I am some what older now and i still enjoy this book and the rest of the series. My brother really likes the books also and it is a shocker because he is not into reading many books.

Judy Bloom had let us for years enjoy her talent of telling story's, from kid books now and then to adult and teen novels. I suggest this book to any one with kids or without them, but it is more likely that you read this book with them.


North and South, By Elizabeth Gaskell

North and South, is a great masterpiece of Elizabeth Gaskell. She is with sturdy standards, and when she puts her mind to it her work can really succeed. Her words are like pictures, although she has some depressing novels, which can make it more sad.

This book is one of my favorite, and after reading the book you should (if you like it) watch the movie. One thing i really like about this book is that each chapter begins with a poem, from ANON to Midsummer night's dream.

North and South is taken place in the mid-19th century England, and is about a Miss. Margaret Hale, the daughter of a preacher. She dearly loves her home in Helstone, but as it comes to be a most disturbing surprise, her father Mr. Hale, forced to uproot his family, in which they move to the smoky industrial town of Milton, as a decision of his conscience. Their circumstance is horrible on arrival, but as their saviour Mr. Hale's friend Mr. Bell provides the Hale's with a house and work for Mr. Hale.

But that does not change the fact that Margaret's mother is not taking very well to their location, Physically and emotionally.

This book is very equipped with the wonders and horrors of life in that time, and the pride that is in every one. Her father is subjected to many tales of gossip, but proves to be strong with the help of his loving and strong daughter. His Job provides little income, but it provides. He is a teacher, privately and locally, although Margaret confesses that many in this town have no wish to be there, and their uneducated pride assures that. Gossip is explicit and rapid but no one cares for anyone but themselves, it is a man's world.

She is introduced to one of the mill owners, Mr. John Thornton, who is one of her fathers star pupil, and he is at once whom she dislikes. Miss. Margaret Hale, has her project in learning the proper etiquette of Milton, and to better teach herself she offers herself as friends of the mill workers.

She can see the difference of her well educated friends and the poor mill workers, who all the same act as very good and the best of friends. And then there is the difference of Margaret and Mr. John Thornton who can't seem to agree on anything, weather it is about the north and south, or strikes in general.

This book can relate even now, reflecting mostly on 3 factors. Religious beliefs, and how conscience motives can press you to direct your morels in different ways. Then the raging abuse of unfeeling navy mutiny, and how the system of the government can prove to be far from the justice which most in government say they have. And the industrial enviorment, how it can change suddenly or deliberately, by men and women.

Margaret finds so much to contrast and debate with, but realizes that even she does not know everything. This book is not with out very sad trials, and in fact it has a very sad and an affect to many readers or views. But as i do note, it concludes happily.

It is a very Brilliant and reflecting novel,



Hello dear friend,
whats up?
Guess what. I got sick again. It is such a drag. I don't know how it happened, usually it only happens like every some other months. Its to early.
Well it is done with, and i can go back to normal life. Wait is that a good thing?
So i got all your posts, and thank you very much for "following me", but i don't think i can follow you. I can't seem to know how.
Did you get my letter yet?

Hear this, last night my brother went with his friends to see "Bolt" at the movie theaters, and they went back and he was gonna have a sleep over. We get this call from him. It happened like this, His friend has a Bebe gun and they start playing with it inside the house, and it's my brothers turn and accidentally the trigger snaps, and a Bebe fly's out and hit the screen of his friends fathers laptop.
So now their is a hole in the screen. Poor brother, he's gonna have to pay for a new laptop. I will try to help.

Well write soon, Yours faithfully

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Doctor Who: The Art of Destruction

Doctor who is a fictional sci/fi British show, and it has a series of books. Doctor who can get a little crazy, but i think it is brilliant.
I would only suggest this book to sci/fi fans, but anti sci/fi fan's would not agree with this book or my review.

The Doctor, is a Time Lord, and the last of his kind. He can never die on his own and through the years he is assisted with some brilliant companions. These books are like the new show, they are remakes of the old show. The Doctor's companion, Rose Tyler is in my opinion the most brilliant companion of them all. They travel to different worlds, time zones, time periods, or right in modern London, to save the world from evil people, aliens, or Dalek.
The Doctor is not logical but logical, he is heroic but selfish, he has practically everything and nothing, and without being mean he is always his funny, corny self, but at the same time he is absolutely rude.

In this adventure, the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space)(Time Machine, Which is bigger inside than out) lands in 22nd century Africa, next to a volcano.
The TARDIS had picked up an unusual signal.
Here Africa is still waging war, and were they land, Agri-teams are doing their jobs, growing food for the starving millions. So far they suspect that the TARDIS has been wrong, in sending them to Africa.
When they are spending time in the Agri-teams campus, Rose gets to meet a bloke named Basel, and the Doctor gets his adventure, eventually.

Some people know more than they are telling. New alien creatures pop up in the form of Gold Statues, Is their any hope to the end of this nightmare? And to add to the mix, a whole fleet of alien's of consequence arrive, threatening lives, with mud guns! It's like the end of the world again.
But some people just don't get it, even when huge golden blobs are attacking you and they still won't let you pass security.

This book has danger, love(sort of), and Laughs. Its just for fun and it's a good read.

It is Brilliant.


Kids Book: Fantastic Mr. Fox

I first read this book in the second grade, and it is a good children's book.

I hope the movie adaption that is coming out in 2009 is as good.

Fantastic Mr. Fox is a story about a family of foxes. Mr. Fox is the best thief that has ever stole anything from a farm. He and his family live in a tree and steal off of three nasty farmers, Boggis, Bunce, and Bean.

Mr. Fox out wits them every time and they are sick of it. Farmer Boggis is a chicken farmer, and he is fat as it goes on to tell. Farmer Bunce is a short dwarf like man, but with a huge belly, he has duck's and geese on his farm. And Farmer Bean is "Thin as a pencil", he has turkeys and apples on his farm, but as it is Farmer Bean is the smartest out of the three nasty men.

Every night Mr. Fox would go out and take a chicken, duck or geese, or a turkey, for his wife and kids.

Nothing is to hard for him.

But that is all going to change when all three nasty farmers team up.

This book as i said is a good children's book. And for adults its not irritating a some children's books can be.

It's good to read at home, at schools, or any were else.


Saturday, January 3, 2009

Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park was considered by Jane Austen as the favorite of her works, and it is such a good book.

It is a book of morals, and as Jane Austen is famous for her interpretation of the nature of humans. This book contains a lively amount of expression derived through the difference of each individual. The novel's heroine is an example of constancy, she although is not perfect as she is uncomfortable easily, however that is not bad, and by her demeanour she is profoundly respected.


When young Fanny Price is sent away from her own home and close family, she arrives into the house of her very wealthy uncle. The Bertram's take her in thinking nothing of it, but hoping that her poor insufferable ways do not contaminate there children's minds, but that her problem will itself disappear by associating with the proper educational society they expect acceptable.

Fanny is treated as unimportant, by her Uncle, Aunt, Aunt Noriss, and all of her cousins except by her Cousin Edmund Bertram. He is the only one who shows her the kindness that she deserves.

Years later and she eventually worked herself into the ways of her uncle's house. Although through the book she wins them by her steadfastness as it warms the hearts of her Aunt and Uncle. This book as it goes on is very different in change, seeing that they do really need her.

I love Austen's work as they always comes to an agreeable end, but it is true as she realized that the bad do not always come to bad ends.


To Catch a Pirate, By Jade Parker

This book is quite short. It does not really have a complex story line, i would suggest this book to people who are into really corny love story's. For me i like corny, and happy, sappy endings, but i also like substance to my read. Its the kind of book you already know that they are going to end up with each other, with out finishing the books first chapter. You can get annoyed at times with the heroine, because i don't think we had enough time to see her mature, while it skips right from her being unsure to defencive and strong. It is not like "Pirates of the Caribbean"and it's not really deep or a best seller but it has just enough action and romance to fulfill your needs.

The author is an adult romance novelist and you can tell in this book. I did expect more from this book, like more action, and a better, stronger love interest, that pirate books which
have romance in it do have, but it is worth a sit down.


This story follows the life of Miss. Annalisa Townsends. Starting a year earlier, when she and her father are sailing to the Caribbean, there ship is then attacked by pirates on the search for treasure of rich nobles. Mr. Townsends is to be Governor, appointed by the king and is carrying
treasure that is to fund the new port.

She is sent down below into the hold, were one of the pirates James Sterling happens to find her, he threatens her, and threatens to take her dear locket, given to her by her dead mother.
She tells him that her ring is worth more than her locket, and he bribes her for a kiss.

"A dead man tell no tale"

A year later, her father is in jail, because the treasure lost that days was an important key to the future of the port and the king was not at all happy that it was lost.

So Annalisa decides to take matters into her own hands, for the sake of her father she is risking her life in going against pirates, capturing that Pirate James Sterling, who is the only way to retrieve her fathers riches.

THis book focuses more on the romance behind the action, but as a pirate book it could be worth more with more of a story, maybe with risks more than the risk of loosing her heart.

The Critic


Thursday, January 1, 2009

These are pictures i uploaded for a friend.
This picture is at a beach, in Hawaii, 49 Black sands beach,
at the Mauna Lani.

My English Locket. :)

A house down by the golf course.

Reading List For 2009. (Not in order)

This year i want to read as many books as possible.

1. "Little Dorrit" Written by, Charles Dickens

2. "Nicholas Nickleby" Written by, Charles Dickens

3. "David Copperfield" Written by, Charles Dickens

4. "Model Spy (The specialists)" Written by, Shannon Greenland

5. "The Blurred Man" Written by, Anthony Horowitz

6. "I know what you did last Wednesday" by, Anthony Horowitz

7. " The French Confection" By, Anthony Horowitz

8. "A room with a view" By, E.M Forster

9. "Cecilia" By, Fanny Burney

These are only some books that i plan to read this year.