No.6 Beyond

No.6 Beyond

Being a huge fan of anime, I watched No.6 because I heard it was a remarkable show. No.6 is about a utopian city, No.6, and the impact it has on two teenagers, Shion and Nezumi. For Shion, life is painstakingly choreographed. He goes to school every day, studies after school, and talks to his companion and colleague Safu. On a rainy day, Shion opens his window and starts screaming out of nowhere. Little did Shion know that because of that irrational act he would meet Nezumi, the skillful convict.

Elli Friedmann Series

Elli Friedmann Series

I initially began to read the Elli Friedmann series because my A.P. U.S. History teacher gave me books about the Holocaust as a gift. Being a book lover, I’ll read every book I can get my hands on. This series is all about the author’s experience before, during, and after the Holocaust.

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

I have never read a book as amazing as The Great Gatsby. The story is all about Jay Gatsby’s life. It’s narrated by his only real friend and neighbor, Nick Carraway. Gatsby is a rich gentleman who is essentially fixated on Daisy Buchanan, an ex-girlfriend from five years ago. He starts to throw elaborate parties and live this extravagant lifestyle all in the hopes of winning Daisy back. Eventually, after an unexpected encounter, Daisy and Jay start to talk to each other. That’s where the drama really begins.