Friday, July 17, 2015

Novel Of The Week: The Death Cure by James Dashner

I've reached the end of this trilogy and I'm already going to start the next one by this author, called "The Mortality Doctrine"!
But before that, here's my review of The Death Cure by James Dashner!

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Get Her Look: Duchess of Cambridge' Style

Summer is finally here...from a while now. I hope it's not just me that sometimes in summer I have serious problems when it come to choose what to wear: I want to look cute (and elegant) but the weather it's so hot I'd wear just a swimsuit!

By now you know my passion/obessesion for Kate Middleton and I already did some GTL posts on her...and today there is no difference!

Do you remember the Duke and Duchess Royal tour "down under" in April 2014? 
(If you don't here and here my posts on Kate's outfits when she was in New Zeland and Australia!
This dress is from

During the Royal Easter Show in Sydney she wore a stunning Zimmermann's white lace dress, my favourite of all the ones the wore on that tour. If you wanna ReplyKate it, here's my pick: an ivory lace short dress, perfect for both day and night during this summer holidays!

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

My Summer TBR List

3 summer months and 5 books on my To Be Read list...will I make it? We'll never know if I don't try, right!?
Here's to you my list:
In Bloom by Matthew Crow
By now you are more than aware that I mainly choose books basing my decision on their covers...well, not this time! This is one of the most touching plot I've ever read and it will be probably the first book of the list I'll read.
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
This will be my first book from this author and the mainly reason I'll be reading this is because I saw it will be soon a movie with Sam Caflin and Emilia Clarke...I know it's a floppy reason!

Allegiant by Veronica Roth
Allegiant cover design by @ofallthevoicesinmyhead on Tumblr
If you read my reviews (Divergent & Insurgent) you'd already know what I think about the previous two books and I'm curious to know how the whole Tris and Four's world started!

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Likewise "Me Before You" this novel entered my TBR list just because I read somewhere that Tim Burton is going to make a movie out of it...and it'll starring by Eva Green. Fair enough for me!

Socrates in Love by  Kyoichi Katayama
The plot here is similar to "In Bloom" right above: it's about teenagers with leukemia, but from the reviews I read, Socrates in Love is a sweet teenage romance with and heart melting finale.

So what do you think of my list? Do you have any suggestion on what I should read first or on other books I should include?

Have a gread Sunday everyone!

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Angie Harmon vs Anne Hathaway

It's been a while since our last "Who Wore It Best?" post, it's time to get back on tracks! 
And we are doing it by presenting you two actresses with the same initials, who happened to wear also the same floral skirt by Vilshenko.
Actress Angie Harmon wore it first back in January for ELLE's Annual Women in Television Celebration. She wore just the skirt with a white blouse and laced up Loubotins nude shoes.
Actress Anne Hathaway wore the twin set top and skirt at "Grounded" opening night party on May, popping up some colours with bright pink shoes.

Both the beauties stayed simply, wearing not so many jewels. (winning choice if you want my opinion!)

Who do you think wore it better:
Angie Harmon or Anne Hathaway?

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Novel Of The Week: Beautiful Entourage by E.L.Tood

These past few months I’ve been reading tons of books’ trilogies or sagas, so starting a new one wasn’t on program…I’m glad I didn’t notice that Beautiful Entourage by E.L.Tood was a 5 books saga ‘till the very end of this novel. 
It’s amazing and if you want to know why, keep reading! [SPOILER ALEART]

Friday, June 19, 2015

Novel Of The Week: The Choice by Nicholas Sparks

The Choice by Nicholas Sparks will be the 11th movie based on his novels and will be released on February 2016. 

The protagonists will be Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and Teresa Palmer (I Am Number Four and Warm Bodies) but will be also starring by: Tom Welling, Alexandra Daddario and Maggie Grace.

So before you go see the movie, here's my review! [a few SPOILERS from the very beginning]

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Movie Review: The Longest Ride

The Longest Ride Movie Poster
I’ve decided to proclame this week Nicholas Spark’s week here on the blog! 
With no reason, since there’s no movie/book coming out soon, but I’ve lately finished reading “The Choice” and saw “The Longest Ride” so I thought: why not?
And we are going to start right with the movie “The Longest Ride”, currently in movie theatres (at least here in Italy). 

The Longest Ride (2015) diected by  George Tillman Jr. With Scott EastwoodBritt RobertsonAlan Alda, Jack Huston, Oona Chaplin, Lolita Davidovich and Melissa Benoist.

I’ve seen it with my sister, which is no news if it wasn’t that it was the first time we saw a Nicholas Spark’s movie where I didn’t read the book and she did. Outrageous!!

As in all movies of this author, the scenography and the soundtrack were outstanding. I loved them! 
Needless to say it, the movies is set in....Nord Carolina, yeah!!
But you can read my opinions right after a brief plot!