In the crime-ridden Gotham City’s financial world, Bruce Wayne has now turned eighteen years old and is about to inherit his trust fund. Not only that, but he is also about to gain all the access of Wayne Enterprise’s high-tech gadgets at his disposal, and is intent on using his newfound power to fix the problems that have plagued Gotham ever since the death of his parents. Unlike his peers, Bruce wants to change Gotham in a better city for everyone.
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It’s no surprise to most of you that I am a massive Marie Lu fan. Ever since I first discovered her at random in my high school’s library as an awkward sophomore student, she among many authors have inspired me to write fiction. In terms of young adult fiction and literature, she can never do any wrong. The characters she writes are original, her worlds vast and lifelike, the stories woven compellingly, and it makes you more hyped with each passing book.
Some of you younger readers may have never heard of her, but Laurie Halse Anderson was a pretty big name in the YA genre industry. She was iconic before Suzanne Collins wrote “The Hunger Games” and around the time the “Twilight” saga started gaining popularity. Continue reading
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This week as I’m enjoying Furry Migration 2016 (and having so much fun! :D), I thought I’d take the time and do a review on this book trilogy I’ve been wanting to review for a while. This is a book trilogy made by the artistic illustrator/prodigal writer in the furry fandom, Rukis Croax.