I had read a synopsis of this book, but I was not prepared for it.
Fangirls, a large part of psychology classes are learning about past experiments along with their strengths and weaknesses. One experiment that did not go as planned, was the Stanford Prison Experiment. An experiment on the abuse of power, the Stanford Prison Experiment showed how quickly people could go from street clothes to abusive guards. A movie was made, last year, bringing this 1971 experiment back into the limelight.
One night a while back, I was trying to watch a video when an ad came on. We all know how annoying ads can be, and I was so happy when I saw a skip button. But then, the skip button went ignored. This ad, while being just over three minutes long, was a trailer for a movie I’d never heard of called The Martian. Like I said, I had that skip button, but within the first five seconds of the trailer, the time until that button works, I was sucked into the trailer. At the end, I discovered the movie was based on a book and I decided I had to read it.
First thing, this show is extremely dark, incredibly violent, and psychologically twisted.
Hello you lovely ladies and lads of the fandoms! Today I’m bringing you a book that I’m so very excited about; Moss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I must be honest, when I first saw this book (on someone’s Instagram) I was hesitant. It looks haunting, to say the least, and I’m not the biggest fan of horror. But more recently I was having a rough day with my phobia, and saw that this book was on sale, so I may as well try it out. I’m so grateful that I did.