Noble Conflict (Mini Review) & Lend Your Hand!
Title: Noble Conflict
Published Date: 6th June 2013
time it’s a book called ‘Noble Conflict’ by a favourite author of mine, Malorie
is a friend Kaspar makes in the library as he tries to find out more
information on the Insurgents. Like me, Mac is quite the bookworm and spends a
lot of time online ^.^ Also, although politics and war strategies aren’t something she can grasp
easily, she still tries to have a go at it. I like that type of persistence,
and how she was always will to help Kaspar with whatever research he wanted to
it’s a good book and written really well, but in comparison to other Malorie
Blackman books I didn’t find it much to her usual standard. Because the world
this book takes place in works differently than ours, sometimes I feel like I
was being fed a lot of information and backstory in one moment, especially when
he was researching with Mac. To me, being fed too much information at once gets
a bit boring and I tend to start scanning the words instead…
|When I realised this was a ‘typical’ read and not a
Malorie Blackman special. D:
It was also a bit of a typical dystopian. What I did like
about the Hunger Games and Divergent was that it put a bit of a different spin
on things. But apart from the setting much things were the same, like Matched:
a dark secret in the society, a rising rebellion and a big bang ending with
multiple betrayals. Many dystopian novels tend to fall under this category.
enjoyable read nonetheless. If you like dystopian, you’ll definitely like this!
Links: Goodreads and Amazon!
Lend your hand! September 26th is Mesothelioma Awareness Day! I didn’t know about this particular disease until I was approached by Heather who is celebrating her tenth anniversary of recovery from the condition. Most people subject to this disease are diagnosed and then predicted only tenth months to live! I wanted to share about this disease because it is important, and I didn’t know anything before I was reached out to. Please help spread the awareness yourself!
Approximately 2,000-3,000 people are diagnosed with mesothelioma every year in the United States.
Mesothelioma is more common in men (80%) than it is in women (20%).
For every 12 pleural mesothelioma cases there is 1 peritoneal mesothelioma diagnosis.
Mesothelioma symptoms may not appear for 20-50 years after the initial asbestos exposure.
It is one of the rarest forms of cancer, afflicting approximately one person in every 166,000.
9 out of every 10 diagnoses affects someone over the age of 60.