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June Movies

Published June 1, 2017 by Kattie Sivley

Wonder Woman

The Mummy

It Comes at Night

Transformers: The Last Knight

47 Meters Down


Despicable Me 3


PS: What movies are you wanting to see this month?


January Movies

Published January 30, 2017 by Kattie Sivley

Lost In London LIVE

This post is late. Very late. Not that anyone noticed (or cared.) Here it is anyway.

Movies I wanted to see this month.





xXx: The Return of Xander Cage

Lost In London LIVE



signaturePS: What movies did you see this month? What movies did you want to see?

Welcome to Bordertown (Borderland #5) by Holly Black and others

Published July 6, 2015 by Kattie Sivley


Goodreads Summary:

Bordertown: a city on the border between our human world and the elfin realm. Runaway teens come from both sides of the border to find adventure, to find themselves. Elves play in rock bands and race down the street on spell-powered motorbikes. Human kids recreate themselves in the squats and clubs and artists’ studios of Soho. Terri Windling’s original Bordertown series was the forerunner of today’s urban fantasy, introducing authors that included Charles de Lint, Will Shetterly, Emma Bull, and Ellen Kushner. In this volume of all-new work (including a 15-page graphic story), the original writers are now joined by the generation that grew up dreaming of Bordertown, including acclaimed authors Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman, Catherynne M. Valente, and many more. They all meet here on the streets of Bordertown in more than twenty new interconnected songs, poems, and stories.

My Thoughts:

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My Thoughts on Insurgent by Veronica Roth

Published April 17, 2015 by Kattie Sivley


Goodreads Summary:

Insurgent is a 2012 science fiction young adult novel by American novelist Veronica Roth, the second book in the Divergent trilogy. As the sequel to the 2011 bestseller Divergent, it continues the story of Tris Prior and the dystopian post-apocalyptic version of Chicago. Following the events of the previous novel, a war now looms as conflict between the factions and their ideologies grows. While trying to save the people that she loves, Tris faces questions of grief, forgiveness, identity, loyalty, politics, and love.

The book was first published on May 1, 2012 by the HarperCollins imprints Katherine Tegen Books in the U.S. and HarperCollins Children’s Books in the U.K, a “Collector’s Edition” was published on October 30 in the United States. Insurgent received mostly positive reviews from critics, with reviewers praising Roth’s writing.

My Thoughts:

Yesterday I talked about my thoughts on Divergent (book 1) you can see them here. Like I said, I read this book over a year ago, so my review is a little bit of what I said back then, and a little bit of what I remember.  This book starts where Divergent left off.  Four and Tris are with a small group of defectors and they are trying to find out what is going on.  The factions are in semi-chaos, with Erudite trying to be in control (stay in control?) with Dauntless as their army.  The book gets to be an edge of your seat kind of deal, where the excitement of everything going on, really gets your heart racing.  Tris is a great lead character.  She is strong and kick-ass, but she seems real too.  She trained to be that strong, so it’s not like some petite little girl just has super human strength or something, like I’ve seen in some books.  I love Tris and Four’s relationship too.  It also seems real, because it isn’t just super happy fun time in the midst of all of the chaos.  They have their own shit going on also.  There is so much action, and if you loved Divergent, this book will not disappoint.

Favorite Quotes:

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