Keeper Of The Lost Cities: Book Talk

Hi! I’m bored so i decided to review Keeper of the Lost Cities. THIS SERIES IS AMAZING!!!! You have to read it!!!! No spoilers in this section! I will have one section with huge spoilers so watch out for that!

Plot: There’s this girl, Sophie, and she’s 12 years old yet she’s in high school. Obviously, she is very intelligent. But she also can hear the buzz of people’s thoughts wherever she goes. She’s never really felt like she belongs. Until a boy named Fitz comes and tells her the truth— That she is an elf. She then attends an elf school. But she is still very different from the others. Why, you ask? You’ll see…

Age reccommendation: This book has violence and so far only some romance, but most books have that. I wouldn’t call it scary though. There is some death and a medium amount of violence. There is also betrayal and a lot of near-death experiences for the main characters, I would say you should be 9+ to read this series.

Rating: This series is awesome. I love most of the characters! They almost seem real! The world is great! I don’t even know what to say… The characters have bigger personalities then what you see at first. Yeah that’s all I can think of without spoilers. Out of 10, I rate this book 9.98, since nothing is perfect, though this series is pretty close!


NOW TIME FOR THE SPOILERS!!! Do not read this until you’ve read books 1-4! I may say a little about 5, but not too much. Other than that, I may be discussing a few pretty huge things in this! So if you haven’t gotten to four, SHOO!!!


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Keefe dies in book 5. Just messing with Hummingbird, sorry, just kidding! I won’t confirm this claim and I won’t ! If you haven’t read up to book 4 you have no business here!


Are you still here? Well hopefully you’ve read the books 1-4!


Randomness; There’s one thing I don’t understand. Why does no one feel sympathy for Edaline and Grady? I mean, these elves should at least try to imagine their families dying. They would understand then. But none of them even tried putting themselves in their shoes. It makes me angry.

Characters: Sophie is a great character who is brave as well as smart. She would do anything for her loved ones. Pretty much the same as most main characters. But I like the telepathy thing.  Okay next. Fitz. Please don’t hate me, but I don’t like Fitz. Like, what the heck, he sees her as a sister and then it totally changes in book 5! Also, I get it, you lost your dad. But that doesn’t give you the right to be so rude to Sophie! And he’s too perfect. Also, he needs to stop butting in when Sophie and Keefe are going somewhere. Team Foster-Keefe is way better than team Keefitzer. NO ONE LIKES TEAM SOPHITZ EITHER!!! Okay fine maybe some people do. But I do not!!!! Now let’s talk about Fitz’s… um… unflaws. He… Uh…. Tries to save Sophie. He helps battle the never seen. I sorta suspect him!!! He’s just like Alvar! (Scowls at Fitz) Enough about Fitz, let’s talk about Dex. Dex is nice. That’s all you can really say about him. At first he was a main character, but now he’s barely even in the books. He’s pretty cool I guess. Now let’s talk about Biana. She’s cool. I didn’t like her at first, but she’s actually a nice character. I don’t have anything else to say. Now, best out of those four, Keefe. Keefe is an awesome character with an awesome backstory thing. His character is the most, like, deep of all of them. At first he may appear as that usual Fred-And-George troublemaker who everyone wants to be friends with. But then you find out so much about him that your brain explodes. His mother is pure evil. His dad is just plain mean. He feels unwanted, and finds that he can only cover up his misery with jokes and pranks. It makes you wanna cry sometimes. Keefe thinks he is worthless. But he’s not. IF HE DIES I AM GOING TO PUNCH SHANNON MESSENGER IN THE FACE, RIP UP ALL HER BOOKS AND JUST SIT THERE AND CRY. Back to the point. Keefe is also really funny and cool as well as brave and a good friend. He’s usually on the bright side. But what I like about him is that he isn’t just this nice guy. He actually has character! Honestly, I think Fitz is kind of that typical popular nice guy. But Keefe has a LOT to his character. And he JOINED THE NEVERSEEN. THE NEVERSEEN!!! THATS BETRAYAL TO THE MAX!!! But he’s doing it for the right reason. Ahhhhh what else do I say? I dunno. He’s amazing. Best character ever. The end.

Update! Again!

hi. It’s winter break, I’m chillaxing. All is well. #AllWasWell. Anyways, I’m here to chat about life. Sorta. So this year I made a bunch of new best friends and we all developed nicknames for eachother based on our fave animal. You may notice some don’t have animal nicknames, and that’s because we made them on our group chat and they weren’t on it. Later we just… Forgot I guess. Here’s a list of my new best friends/normal friends

Essie: My BFFAEAEAEAE(AE means ‘and ever’) who is funny, nice, and is, like, FUNTABULOUS!!! But she goes to a different school, so I don’t see her in real life much. We used to talk for hours everyday on FaceTime, but now we’re busy and don’t talk much. (Starts singing we don’t talk anymore really loudly)

Hummingbird: 1 of my best friends at school! She is, like, HILARIOUS and recommends great books!

Husky: 1 of my best friends at school! She is awesomely weird! We share a love of bananas and smiley faces.

Jasmine: 1 of my friends at school! She is a huge nerd who loves school!!!

Sea Otter: 1 of my best friends at school! She is REALLY SMART!

Cea Otter: 1 of my best friends at school! She is really kewl and a fellow weirdo!

Turtle: 1 of my best friends at school! She’s funny and awesome!

S: 1 of my best friends at school! She’s really kewl and just kewl and that’s all I can think of.

L: 1 of my best friends at school! She’s the ‘nicest mean person I know’ and really awesome. She isn’t really mean, she just teases people a lot and calls it being mean. Mean in a good way. If that makes sense.

Now, let’s talk about books. The last book I finished was Lodestar, which is book 5 of the Keeper of the Lost Cities series by Shannon Messenger. I’ll be posting a book talk on the series soon, so watch out for that! Right now I’m reading A Wind In The Door, which is the sequel to the classic A Wrinkle In Time. My favorite book series’ are:

Harry Potter, Heroes Of Olympus, Percy Jackson, Ascendance, Keeper Of The Lost Cities, Land Of Stories, and The Enchanted Forest Chronicles.

Read all of them. Now. I’m waiting…. Are you done? Yes? Aren’t they good!?! I will probably do a book talk on all of them. I’m tired its 10:30 PM good night I’ll talk more later

Movie Review: Dangal

Hellooooo! So, last night, I watched a movie called Dangal, which means Wrestler in Hindi. It’s an Indian movie by the way. It’s a true story. It’s in Hindi, but there’s almost always subtitles in case you need them!

Plot: There’s this man. He was once a wrestler but he quit. His dream was to win a medal for India, but he never got to fulfill that dream. He wants a son to fulfill that dream for him. But instead he has a daughter. And another. And another. And another. He is dissapointed until one day two of his daughters beat two boys up. He realizes that his daughters have potential and decides to raise them to become wrestlers. You’ll see whether they fulfill his dream or not!

Age reccommendation: As it is about wrestling, this movie was obviously a little bit violent. But there was no blood, and no visible injuries, except for one part, where people are bruised. Other than that, it was just flipping eachother over and pushing eachother, along with some slapping. But I would still say children should be at least 7 or 8 to watch this movie, since younger children may start thinking it’s okay to beat people up. It wasn’t scary or overly violent at all. Just to clarify, I would say you should be at least 7+, though it does depend on what the child is like.

Moral: This movie has great messages. Such as, the most obvious one, girls can do anything they put their mind to. But there are some more. One is that you have to work hard to get success. In order to reach your goal, you have to actually work for it. If you want to be president, you may think all you have to do is get lots of votes or just be rich. (Cough cough Trump cough cough) But in order to be a good president, you have to study law and do all this important work. Another is to trust your parents. *Spoilers* At one point, after coming back from the school academy place, the main character, Geeta, believed that her father’s techniques were weak. But then she discovered that when she did her father’s techniques, she did much better. *Spoilers over* And the last one is, your parents won’t always be there. You can’t expect them to do everything for you. You have to work yourself to reach your goal.

Random extra stuff: this movie shows that people used to get married at 14. Idk why I’m telling you, just saying.

Overall rating: I would rate this movie 9 out of 10. Just because. It was a great movie, but nothing is perfect. Not even Harry Potter.


Hi. So…. I thought I would start Movie Reviews. Where I review movies. I’m also gonna start Book Talks! Wow that excites me much more. I like books. Keep that in mind for my birthday. Anywhoooo, back to the point, with movie reviews I’ll review a movie and just rate it and tell you how old I think you should be to watch it. I will talk about it a bit, but I probably won’t give spoilers, unless it’s a movie I NEED to discuss. With books, I’ll be doing the same, but I will usually also talk a LOT about it! If it sucks I won’t discuss it a lot. I might not do ALL books and movies, but I will do some. Yeah. That’s it. I’ll be posting some stuff today. Oh btw SCHOOLS OUT AND WE’RE ON WINTER BREAK WHOOOOOOOOO!!!!! Kay see ya later! Bye for now!