Good evening bloggers, it is lovely to be blogging to you today. For all that asked the essay was finally given in after hours and hours of hardcore reading, writing and referencing. I was happy with the final result and I even though I’m not 100% happy with the everything written I couldn’t have given anything more and that’s all you can ask for…isn’t it?
So, I’ve taken a few days out of blogging which was horrible but essays are more important than fun and therefore my thirty day challenge was put on the back burner for a couple of days. However without further ado onto the next question in my challenge! The question for today is ‘favourite book title.’ I think this is an interesting question as we’re always told not to judge a book by its cover and therefore the title doesn’t always imply how brilliant the books is as a whole. However I have two contenders!
‘The Time Travellers Wife,’ by Audrey Niffenegger the only way to describe this title is simple but stunning. I think that it perfectly describes the plot however it creates a sense of magic and interest.
However the winner is…‘Time stops for no mouse,’ by Michael Hoeye. I not only loved this book but I also love the title! It is a beautifully sweet title for an equally beautiful book, It’s a children’s mystery book and the delicate title matches the beautifully delicate story on the inside. A must read for children!
In the rodent-populated city of Pinchester lives Hermux Tantamoq, a brilliant watchmaker. When the beautiful adventurer and aviator Linka Perflinger drops into his shop to have him fix her watch, Hermux instantly falls in love. Then a shady-looking rat comes to pick up the watch instead… and with a little investigating, Hermux is head over heels into a mystery involving curious kidnappings, murders, and the formula of Eternal Youth, while Dr. Mennus tries to stop Hermux from getting it.