Top Ten Tuesday | Comfort Zone Anomaly
#1. The Inheritance by Louisa May Alcott
I hardly ever, no scratch that, I never read classic literature. But well, I did read this little novel and have to say, the film is WAY better. Sadly, this was full of little substance, but then considering this was written by a very young Alcott, it's pardonable.
SILVER PETTICOAT FILM REVIEW | The Inheritance
#2. The Runaway Princess by Hester Browne
I don't read much adult secular fiction, but I SO enjoyed this one! The fact that it was set in England only upped the wit, and of course, the fairy tale elements were charming. Have you read any of Hester's novels?
FILM REVIEW | The Fault in Our Stars
I'm not a big fan of this era in books or film. However, this novel was beautiful!
KINDLE GIVEAWAY | The End of the World
Epic and unique. What other words can describe this talented authors debut?
#11. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith