Weekly Wrap Up | November #2

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The Jester (Riyria Chronicles #2.5) by Michael J. Sullivan // ★★★★ // I don’t have a picture for this unfortunately. I backed the Kickstarter campaign of the graphic novel by the Dabel Brothers of Sullivan’s book The Death of Dulgath. The campaign was successful, and as a backer we all got a mini graphic novel of The Jester while waiting for the creation of the Death of Dulgath one. It was so beautiful!

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen // ★★★★.5 // I read a classic. Someone make note of it. And I actually loved it. I mean, WHO AM I?

Nimona by Noelle Stevenson // ★★★★ // I just bought this graphic novel, and have already read it. I will say it again: WHO AM I? I’ll have a review coming up in the next weeks, but I’d highly recommend it to everyone. 

Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) by Leigh Bardugo // ★★★★★ // Another recent buy + the end of a series. Really, who am I? It’s crazy. Achieving all the goals. I’ll have a review for this up in the next weeks too, but it was magnificent. 

I bought 3 of these books last week, and have already read them. I’m so proud of myself. It always takes me months to get to books I bought. 

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I watched the new episode of Criminal Minds and Conviction because I absolutely love those shows. 

After reading Pride and Prejudice, I decided to watch the Pride and Prejudice (2005) movie. I really liked it! Obviously, a lot of character development was cut but the main story was still quite faithfully there. And I adore Keira Knightley. But then I got a comment from  Liam at Hey Ashers, saying that I should watch the 1995 adaptation, because it’s literally the perfect adaptation. It’s a mini series, so there’s room for character development that wasn’t possible in the 2005 movie. So I watched it. It was great. I loved both adaptations, but for some reason, I just love Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennett. Don’t ask me why. I just think she did a great job. So thanks Liam, I really loved it!

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So what happened to me this week? 


However, it was finally cold enough for my dad to light the fireplace! It’s my favorite part of fall/winter, so it made me so happy. 

So that was my week. How was yours? Did you read, watch or do anything amazing? I’d love to hear about it, and I hope you have a great week to come. 

9 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up | November #2

  1. The more I hear about Nimona, the more I want to read it and I want to read it pretty badly as it is 😀 I can’t stand Keira Knightley (and I don’t know why!), so I’ve not seen the 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. I rewatch the 1995 version every few years though because it’s pretty much perfect.


  2. Wow, you had a great reading week! 😮 I’m glad you liked Austen, she’s the best. Yeah, her books are classics, but not the nasty kind. 🙂

    And Keira makes an amazing Elizabeth, I agree! She somehow captures her wild side. I thought the BBC version was too tame!

    I have to get my hands on Crooked Kingdom soon, too, I can’t wait to see how the story ends.


    1. Thanks! They’re classics, but still quite easy to read, which I didn’t think was possible to be honest. Yes! I didn’t know what it was about the BBC version-Elizabeth that I liked a bit less, but that’s exactly it! She was too tame, not wild enough 🙂 I hope you’ll like Crooked Kingdom!


  3. Hurray for so many great reads (and watches)! This sounds like a great week.

    I’d love to read/hear your long-form thoughts on the endings of fantasy novels; that’d be really interesting, and (this being NaNoWriMo) could be helpful for aspiring writers who need to think more critically about how they’re going to end their own projects. =)


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