Game Review: Hyrule Warriors

Yay, applause for me! I’m finally writing my Hyrule Warriors review! *coughbetterlatethannevercough*.

Hyrule Warriors is a cross-over game between the Legend of Zelda series and the Warriors series. You’ve probably heard of the Legend of Zelda, but the Warriors series isn’t that popular outside of Japan. So it is important to know that this is NOT a Zelda game: this is a Warrior game with Zelda characters and maps. Now that we’ve got that out of the way: let’s review!

In warrior games, you start on a relatively small map where it’s basically your army versus another army. On that map, you have to conquer keeps (enemy bases). You conquer a keep by defeating a number of enemies within that keep and eventually defeat the keep boss. When the keep is still in enemy hands, new enemies will spawn from that keep. When you’ve conquered a keep, soldiers of your army will spawn there. So conquering keeps is a good way to outnumber the enemy army. Each stage has specific win and lose conditions. You lose when you die or if your allied base (your main keep) falls. Sometimes one specific ally must be kept alive. Winning conditions vary from ‘conquer all the keeps’ to ‘conquer the enemy base’, ‘defeat the boss’, etc.

As stated, you play as a character from the Legend of Zelda. You can either play as the good guy or the bad guy. There are many characters you can choose from, and that number will only be raised through DLC’s. The maps are based on settings from different Zelda games too. Controls are pretty easy: You can make combo’s, raise up power do do a special attack and you can enhance your attack once you’ve gathered enough magic. You can dodge and block, and you can use items that you know from the Legend of Zelda series. Like in the Zelda series, bosses are weak to one specific item.

Enemies will drop specific materials and weapons that will range in rarity, depending on how difficult it is to defeat that enemy. With materials, you can upgrade your characters and lengthen their combos. Weapons vary in strength and have different skills.  With these skills you can, among others, strengthen your attacks, increase rupee or heart drop, or increase your gained experience. With each enemy you defeat, you gain experience. With this experience your character will grow levels which makes them stronger. Some stages will require specific characters so you’ll have to train all your characters.

The main menu presents three different modes. There are two modes that you’ll play the most: Legend Mode and Adventure Mode. Legend Mode is basically story mode. Note that it is confirmed that this story is NOT canon for the Zelda series. You start as Link, a young soldier in the army of Hyrule. Hyrule is attacked by Cia (an original Hyrule Warriors character). Together with Lana (another original character) and familiar friends from the Zelda Universe, you’ll fight your way trough different maps as the story unfolds. I will not tell more than this due to spoilers. Legend Mode is a great mode to start your game and to get to know the characters. The story fits surprisingly well into the Zelda Universe. Through Legend Mode, you’ll unlock most characters.

In Adventure mode, you navigate through the map we know from the original Legend of Zelda (NES). Each square represents one stage. Some stages are similar to the story mode stages, but some provide very specific challenges. Sometimes you have to defeat 2 bosses within a time limit, sometimes you have to defeat a certain amount of enemies within a time limit, sometimes you just have to fight your way trough very hard enemies. When you clear a stage, more squares on the map will be unlocked. Sometimes you’ll be rewarded with an item card which you can use to reveal secrets on the map. These secrets are usually at the same place as in Zelda I. For instance, you’ll need a power bracelet card to move a stone on the map. You can use the compass item cart to reveal secrets on the map, but since collecting a compass for every secret on the map requires a huge amount of effort (you have to clear a stage for each item card), I used a map I found on the internet. When you reveal a secret, the reward for clearing the stage will be changed. This way you can unlock new characters and weapons. The difficultly of the stages will increase as you progress further over the map.

There is also a co-op mode, which can be really helpful in the more difficult stages on the Adventure map. This has a few downsides: The frame rate will drop from 60 fps to 30 fps and the resolution drops from 720p to 480p which is REAAAALLY noticeable (and ugly, to be fair). Another downside is that the second player is only able to play with the Wii-remote and Nunchuck (which sucks balls), or the Wii-U pro-controller, which is €50,-, which sucks for people who have the Wii pro-controller which is basically exactly the same as the Wii-U pro-controller, but which is not compatible with Hyrule Warriors.

At the time of writing, one DLC pack is already released: The Master Quest Pack. This pack contains new weapons, new stages in the Legend Mode, new outfits, and a whole new Adventure Mode map. The Twilight Princess Pack, Majora’s Mask Pack, and a Boss Pack are announced for the future.

So, is this game any fun? Yes, it is! I was a bit afraid because I’m a Zelda fan and I did not have any experience with Warrior games. But I love it! The mechanics are easy to understand and as I said earlier, the game fits really well into the Zelda Universe. It has a real-Zelda feel to it. Since this game was not made by Nintendo itself, that was a really hard task to accomplish. While the Legend Mode is relatively easy, the Adventure mode can be HARD. This game was pretty large to begin with (especially because of he Adventure Mode map), but with all the upcoming DLC, this game will be HUGE. This game will probably be a bit too hard if you’re a casual gamer, but I recommend it when you’re a fan of the Legend of Zelda series and/or the Warrior series. The only downsides are the previously mentioned difficulties with the co-op mode and the locking system sometimes is a little sucky (forgot to mention that earlier).

Final Grade: 8/10.

Hyrule Warriors is available on Wii-U for €50,-
The Master Quest Pack is available for €8,-
The Twilight Princess Pack will be available this month for €8,-
The Majora’s Mask Pack will be available in January 2014 for €8,-
The Boss Pack will be available in February 2015 for €3,-
You can buy all packs together (Hero of Hyrule Pack) for €20,-


Nintendo Updates!

Some important dates for Nintendo gamers are coming up in the near future! This is quite bad for me because I don’t have a job at the moment. Sigh, poor wallet, I guess I just have to skip some meals this month *priorities*.

Hyrule Warriors (Wii-U)
Hyrule Warriors
This Dynasty Warriors/The Legend of Zelda spin-off game is already released in Japan. I’m really looking forward to it! Also, check out this awesome scarf that’s in the Limited Edition!

– Europe: September 19
– Australia: September 20
– North America: September 26

Super Smash Bros 3DS

I’ve been a fan of the Smash Bros series since Melee, and I think off all my Wii games, I played Smash Bros Brawl the most! The new installment will have a lot of female characters: Zelda, Sheik, Samus, Zero Suit Samus, Peach, Lucina, Palutena, and Rosalina. You can pick both genders for the following characters: Animal Crossing Villager, Wii Fit Trainer, and Robin. I really look forward to this installment of the game! I even got so crazy I pre-ordered this 3DS-XL version (which includes a pre-installed version of SSB3DS). And then… stuff happened. Read further to find out what! Oh yea, there is a rumour going on that there will be bundles available which contain 2 copies of the game (for a slightly cheaper price). That will be great if you want to play together with you brother, sister, friend, or partner!,fl_progressive,q_80,w_636/t6qrbjnc4gqqyryls7sy.png
– Japan: September 13
– Europe: October 3
– North America: October 3
– Australia: October 4

3 Special 3DS-XL versions (US only)

The US was feeling a bit left out since the Limited Edition Super Smash Bros 3DS-XL version was only announced for Europe. But now they don’t have any reason to complain, since they will get the Limited Edition Super Smash Bros 3DS-XL both in red and blue (although the game is not pre-installed), a Persona Q 3DS-XL, and a NES-themed 3DS-XL. Damn you US.

– Super Smash Brothers 3DS-XL: October 3
– NES 3DS-XL: October 10 (GameStop exclusive)
– Persona Q 3DS-XL: October 10 (GameStop exclusive)

Bayonetta 2 (Wii-U)

To be honest, I haven’t played Bayonetta 1, but my boyfriend did and it looks pretty darn cool. And check this awesome limited edition box (which also contains an artbook). The limited condition as well as the normal edition contain a disc with Bayonetta 1 (which was exclusive for PS3 and Xbox360), and since my boyfriend ordered the limited edition I think I’m going to play both games.

– Japan: September 20
– Europe: October 24
– North America: October 24
– Australia: October 25

Mario Kart 8 DLC (wii-U)

Last month Nintendo made some major updates available for the latest Mario Kart installment, and gave away free Mercedes DLC. No, I am not making this stuff up. We are now able to pick 3 different Mercedes carts (for the experts: the GLA, the W 25 Silver Arrow, and the 300 SL Rooster). But, we were in for a surprise! We were also able to pre-order 2 very awesome DLC packs, which will be available in a few months. The first pack is the Legend of Zelda Pack and adds 3 characters to the roster, namely Link (!!!), Tanuki Mario, and Cat Peach. It will add 4 new vehicles, including the Blue Falcon, and it adds two cups (= 8 tracks), which are called the Triforce Cup and the Yoshi Egg cup. The second pack is the Animal Crossing Pack and will add 3 characters, namely Animal Crossing Villager, Isabelle, and Dry Bowser. It will add 4 new vehicles and 2 cups, called the Animal Crossing Cup and the Super Bell Cup. Both packs will cost 8 Euro’s or Dollars seperately, but you can also buy them as a bundle for 12 Euro’s or Dollars. If you buy both packs, you will be able to pick between 8 different colours for Yoshi and Shy Guy.

I am extremely excited for this. This is the first time we will be able to play as charcters in Mario Kart which are not related to the Mario Universe, and I did really not see this coming. To be able to play as a character from my favourite franchise (I mean Link, duh) in Mario Kart is really amazing. Also, 16 extra tracks! That expands the game with 50%!

– The Legend of Zelda Pack: November 2014 (worldwide)
– Animal Crossing Pack: May 2015 (worldwide)

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS)
I did not want this game. I did not understand why it was necessary to remake Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. But that was before these games were announced. NOW I NEED THEM. I can’t wait until November! There is also a limited edition steel box, but as far as I know, those are only announced for the UK. There is also a pre-order bonus (a small figurine of either Mega Groudon or Mega Kyogre), but it’s not really clear to me in which countries they give those away (sorry!). Also, remember the Smash Bros bundle I was talking about? I really hope they’re going to sell bundles with the 2 versions of this game too!

– Japan: November 21
– North America: November 21
– Australia: November 21
– Europe: November 28

Super Smash Bros U (Wii-U)

This game will contain the same characters as the 3DS version, but will have different arena’s and will have a different soundtrack. Also, if you register both the 3DS version and the Wii-U version on Club Nintendo, you will receive a CD with the full soundtrack! The Wii-U installment will be released in December. No further details about the release date are known.

The ‘New’ 3DS

So I just told you guys I pre-ordered the Limited Edition Smash Bros 3DS-Xl right? 1 week after I did that, the New 3DS was announced. This beauty has a C-stick and 2 extra shoulder buttons. The angle for 3D view is bigger, and there are some technical improvements too (like bigger RAM and stuff). Some games (like Xenoblade) will be exclusive for the New 3DS. It comes in a ‘normal’ edition and an XL edition. So yea… I cancelled my Limited Edition 3DS-XL and decided to wait for this one. Although it hurt my heart a little. Oh yea, New 3DS is the official name. Nintendo doesn’t learn fast it seems (to clarify, when Nintendo announced the 3DS, it wasn’t clear to a lot of people that the 3DS was a next-gen handheld, since the name didn’t differ much from the previous handheld, the DS. Nintendo made this mistake again when they announced the Wii-U).

– Japan: October 2014
– Rest of the world: Somewhere in 2015

So yea, Nintendo has a lot in store for us! I hope I can find the time to write a review of each game I just mentioned. Are you guys planning to buy any of these?

My 2-year anniversary of a cosplayer: an overview

With my third Tsunacon (see my previous blog) it is also my second anniversary as a cosplayer! Time for an overview. I cannot call myself a ‘pro’ cosplayer though, since I cannot make clothes myself. I just do what I can with clothes that I can buy in stores. But maybe, if you are an aspiring cosplayer with no clothes-making skills, money, or time like me, you can find some inspiration from this blog!

Tsunacon 2012 (February)

My first convention! If course I wanted to cosplay, and it was not very difficult to decide what I would do: Makise Kurisu from Steins;Gate. Steins;Gate was the hit anime of the summer of 2011, and it’s still one of my favourites. The main characters didn’t wear really difficult clothing, and by pure chance I already owned a black hotpants, a white shirt and the right shoes. The only things I needed to buy were tights, a red tie, a white belt and a labcoat. That turned out to be more difficult that I thought, but I managed to find everything in time! My boyfriend cosplayed as Okabe Rintarou, so we were a set (which is always good for photographs). In retrospect, I should’ve gotten a red wig, but at that time I figured that it was good enough if I just dyed my hair red. Tsunacon 2012 was an amazing experience nonetheless. People wanted to make pictures of me, like I was the character itself, and that’s the biggest compliment you can get as a cosplayer I think. The whole day was filled with new and amazing experiences!

Abunai 2012 (August)

Abunai is one of the largest conventions in the Netherlands and it takes three days. So or course, I wanted three different cosplay outfits. For the first day, I wore a steampunk-ish outfit, not based on any manga, anime or game. I just thought it looked cool (and it did, hehe). I already owned the shoes and the stockings, I bought the suit on a market in Italy for 5 euro’s or somehting, and I ordered the goggles online (I don’t remember where though, I guess it was This is one of my cheapest outfits. On the picture you can also see I’m getting a little better with make-up. In daily life, I only wear some mascara and eye-shadow, so I asked my sister to learn me how to put on eye-liner :p .

The second day I wore my Makisu cosplay again. For some reason I still didn’t buy a wig and I didn’t feel like dying my hair red again, so I just managed with with my usual hair style. Me and my boyfriend were dressed as a set again, so a lot of people took pictures of us, and we met people who were also cosplaying as characters from Steins;Gate, which is also good for a lot of pictures 🙂

The third day I did a cosplay of a female form of Death the Kid from Soul Eater. This cosplay didn’t turn out the way I wanted though. I bought a wig at a party-shop and painted white stripes on it. I bought a skirt and a waistcoat, and sewed white stripes on it. But it just all looked better in my head. I think the wig was the biggest problem. I should’ve have bought better quality. But hey, I barely had half a year of cosplay experience at that time!

MGC-Experience 2012 (November)

Recycled my steampunk outfit but added gloves. No pictures.

Tsunacon 2013 (February)

Another failed experiment. I wanted to do a human form of the pokémon Umbreon. I bought a black dress and attached yellow rings to it with double-sided tape. I already owned the gloves and I wore my hair in pigtails to resemble the ears. But it turned to look very amateurish and I was not really happy with the result.

Abunai 2013 (August)

After some failed experiments, it was time for a comeback! For the first day I re-used my steampunk cosplay again, now with better gloves and a difference necklace. I kept my real cosplay for the second and third day: Wii Fit Trainer. Only two months before Abunai, the new Super Smash Brothers for Wii-U and 3DS was announced, with a few new characters, among which were Animal Crossing Villager and Wii Fit Trainer. I got inspiration for this cosplay when I saw two people make a kind of spoof cosplaying them on youtube. I was really excited over the idea of cosplaying Wii Fit Trainer and my boyfriend cosplaying Animal Crossing Villager, because the combination of the two was still very new and original. I even kept it a secret until the last moment because I was afraid that people would ‘steal’ the idea. I already owned a blue tanktop and black pants, and I bought white tights for my legs and white body paint for my face, arms, upper body and belly. Easy cosplay, wouldn’t you think? WRONG! Painting my body every morning was hell (couldn’t have done it without help of my boyfriend)! It took 1.5 hours to get everything an even shade of white! But the result was awesome, and we were the only ones!

Mendy’s B-day (November 2013)

As you guys might know, Mendy had a Doctor Who themed B-day party and she wanted everyone to do Doctor Who cosplay. I’d never watched Doctor Who at that time, so I decided to watch ‘a few’ episodes to get cosplay inspiration. ‘A few’ turned into an obsession and I watched all new seasons in three months. Even so, cosplay inspiration didn’t come until I just googled ‘doctor who cosplay’. But after that, I quickly found it: Tardis cosplay! This is my cheapest but one of my most awesome cosplays! I already owned a Tardis-blue dress, and I made the windows with regular paper and double-sided tape. The only thing I needed to buy was black tape (which I couldn’t find btw, I ended up with black-with-white-dots tape, but it turned out alright). The cosplay turned out great and I even won the first prize at Mendy’s cosplay contest!

Tsunacon 2014 (February)

I couldn’t get inspiration for cosplay this time and I was seriously considering not doing cosplay at ll. Lucky for me, Mendy had a newly developed knitting addiction and she asked me if I wanted to buy a Zelda themed hat from her. And then inspiration struck me: Knitted Female Link. With barely 2.5 weeks until Tsunacon, I didn’t have time to make an entire Link outfit, but Mendy knitted the hat for me in just one weekend and I managed to knit the gloves and belt within 2 weeks (I did not have knitting experience at all). I bought a green tunic (which perfectly matched the color of the hat!) and ordered elven ears. I already owned the boots, white shirt and tights, so this cosplay was done surprisingly fast. Costs for everything (including shipping) were a little higher that expected though (€75), but together with my improved make-up skills it turned out to be awesome!

My journey as a cosplayer was one with ups and downs. I’m still planning to learn how to really make clothes one day, but right now I just don’t have the time and money. I do plan to make a fully knitted link for Abunai 2014, so I’m going to knit a green tunic before August! I’m planning to make something also Zelda-related for Abunai, but I’m going to keep that a secret because I still have some difficulties with it and I don’t know if it will work out.

Do you guys have any cosplay experience? Share them in the comments!


Tsunacon will always be a little special to me. Not only is it the first con I visited, it also takes place on the Erasmus University of Rotterdam, which happens to be the university I addend to. I was once buying merchandise in the same room where I made an exam two days before, and I’m watching a cosplay competition in the room where I usually go to lectures. I can’t describe the experience in another word but weird. It’s weird to see the boring grey building transform into a place where people cosplay and play games. It’s weird to see those two separate worlds collapse into one. It has a surreal feeling. But it also feels like coming home. Like I’m the one inviting all those other people into my own home.

The M building

This was my third time visiting Tsunacon. Usually, Tsunacon takes place on that one day in February where it suddenly snows again. This year that was not the case (no snow at all this winter in this part of the Netherlands), but both last year and the year before, I had to stand in line for an hour in cosplay while it was snowing before opening. So I decided this year to arrive 1,5 hours after opening, so I didn’t need to stand in line. Brilliant idea. And it only took me two years to think about it.

Triple Links! Left to right: me, Eric van Dongen, and Babette Sonnevelt. Picture taken by Danique Wieling.

But I was not the only one who learned from my experiences. Tsunacon grows and improves every year.  In my first year, ordering food was a disaster (a two-hour line for a miso soup), last year they left the catering to the caterer of the University (which happens to be bad, but Tsunacon couldn’t know that and I only had to wait for 20 minutes this time, so it kinda improved), and this year they sold Japanese food and they also had a bakery, and I only had to wait for 10 minutes. Also, the cosplay competition took place on a stage in stead of a flat floor (which happened last year). So credit for the organization for listening to the complaints and flaws of previous years and improving them.

Kokoro Connect figures

So what did I do while I was there? I visited the dealer room and bought two Kokoro Connect figures, and my boyfriend bought a few Gundam model kits. I also had a €160,- Zelda action figure in my hands, but unfortunately that was one digit too much for my wallet. We had a HAAMC (Holland’s Anime And Manga Club) mini meet and made a group photo, and got in touch with some awesome people. We watched the AMV (Anime Music Video) competition, which was kind of disappointing this year in my opinion (I will do a blog on AMV’s in the future 😉 ). We had lunch, took some pics, and watched the cosplay competition.

This year there was a regular cosplay competition and a Capcom cosplay competition. Some memorable contestants from the regular competition: Elsa (Frozen), a lot of League of Legends characters and an amazing Jessica Rabbit. She has BOOBS and she knows it. If I had such a large chest I would probably feel uncomfortable, but she owned it! It fitted the cosplay perfectly and  she got the whole room going crazy. I later heard she got second place. The Capcom cosplay competition was a little disappointing, exept for the first to contestants; two girls in full Monster Hunter Armor with an exceptional arsenal of props (they won). The other contestants were a black dude with  boxing gloves who was supposed the be Balrog from Streetfighter and some dudes in a regular suit who did Ace Attorney cosplay. Meh.

The HAAMC mini-meet. My boyfriend as Hijikata Toshiro (with the mayonaise) and me as Link next to him

The last two years I left at 17/18 o’clock, but since I arrived later than usual I wasn’t tired yet. Which was good, because at 18:30, it was time for playing the Werewolfs of Miller’s Hallow (also organized by HAAMC). After that, the day came to an end and it was really time to go home. I’m already looking forward to the next convention!


HAAMC fb-page (Dutch):

HAAMC on My Anime List (Dutch):

Tsunacon (Dutch):

Web shop: Zelda Link hat / pointy hat.

Hi my hot cute girly geeks and boy geeks of course. My lovely fellow blogger Tekira asked me for a custom made hat. A Zelda Link hat


She needed the hat for a cosplay outfit and I do love a challenge so I accepted.

The hat is made out of 75% acrylic and 25 % wool. Machine and hand washable on 30 degrees and wearable everywhere.

So if you need to portray your inner Link and go on adventures, or just like an epic pointy hat to wear this winter this is the right spot.


The hat comes in two sizes, medium / large (mostly women) and large / extra large (mostly men).

And the colour options are endless. Just specify the colour number in the comment section (ps choose nr 20 for black), and if you want a combination of colours, so to get a stripe design, that’s also possible, just let me know.


Prices: the hats cost €20,- shipping in the Netherlands €2,- within Europe €3,- and everywhere else €5,- for every additional product shipped I ask €1,- extra.

IMG-20140207-WA0013I accept custom orders. And please contact me about delivery times, seeing as I knit each hat per order.


I accept PayPal and you can either order with the contact form below or on my Etsy site.

Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy.

PS and a huge thank you for Tekira modelling for this hat! As well as James.


Beautiful Darkness, the Caster Chronicles #2, by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, a book review

Hi my hot cute girly and boy geeks, another finished book, another book review. This time Beautiful Darkness, the second book in the Caster Chronicles. And remember as always, spoilers!


About the book:

Title: Beautiful Darkness, the Caster Chronicles #

Authors: Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl


ISBN 13: 9780316077057

Genre: YA / Supernatural




Synopsis according to Goodreads:

Ethan Wate used to think of Gatlin, the small Southern town he had always called home, as a place where nothing ever changed. Then he met mysterious newcomer Lena Duchannes, who revealed a secret world that had been hidden in plain sight all along. A Gatlin that harbored ancient secrets beneath its moss-covered oaks and cracked sidewalks. A Gatlin where a curse has marked Lena’s family of powerful Supernaturals for generations. A Gatlin where impossible, magical, life-altering events happen.

Sometimes life-ending. 

Together they can face anything Gatlin throws at them, but after suffering a tragic loss, Lena starts to pull away, keeping secrets that test their relationship. And now that Ethan’s eyes have been opened to the darker side of Gatlin, there’s no going back. Haunted by strange visions only he can see, Ethan is pulled deeper into his town’s tangled history and finds himself caught up in the dangerous network of underground passageways endlessly crisscrossing the South, where nothing is as it seems.

 My thoughts:

The first book in the Caster Chronicles, Beautiful Creatures, took a long time for me to get used to before I fell in love with. I couldn’t identify myself with the main characters; the world it was set in wasn’t something I’m familiar with. The language used in the book was strange to me. But gradually towards the end of the first book I started to like more and more. So much more I wanted to read the second book and see where it went.

And boy was I surprised again. What I love about this book, Beautiful Darkness, as well as the first book, that the writers, Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl keep surprising you. They take you out of the well known path of what is expected in the characters and give their own twist at it. They keep the pace high and the path unexpected and that is what keeps luring me in to reading more and more.

Throughout the second book I got more familiar with the characters and they came more alive for me. I need lively characters with flaws and screw-ups, mistakes and hoped and dreams and losses. It makes them more real and more loveable, and those characters are indeed more lovable (or hateable depending on the character).

The thing is, there are a lot of things I want to discuss about this book and the characters and what happens to them, but I know a lot of you guys are still reading them, and I don’t want to spoil it too much. Normally I don’t have a problem with that, but with this series I do.

All I can say is that I’m hungry for more, more stories, more books. I want to find out what is going to happen to my beloved main characters. What is Lena gonna do. What the hell is going to happen to the Linkubus (I love that one, most epic name ever). Will Ethan stick by Lena or maybe choose the other L in his life (no not really, but it would be a fun plot twist, I’ll give you that). What is Abraham up to and how in the hell is the apocalypse gonna look like? And sweet old scary Amma, I wish I had an Amma of myself.

So this is not a really spectacular review but more an urge to read this book already if you didn’t have the chance! Go pick it up, buy it on Amazon, go to your local library and be nice to the Marian’s working in those libraries. Lend a copy from a friend and don’t forget to visit your local cinema this month for the first movie!






I’m going to rate this book even higher than the last one, 8.5 out of 10!

Hope you enjoyed it, love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy.