Friday, November 4, 2016
“And I knew the point of love right then.
The point of love was to help you survive.
The point was also to forget meaning. To stop looking and start living. The meaning was to hold the hand of someone you cared about and to live inside the present. Past and future were myths. The past was just the present that had died and the future would never exist anyway, because by the time we got to it the future would have turned into the present. The present was all there was.”
― Matt Haig,
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
From all the trilogies it seems I have read in the last few years, this is the best book 2 I have read in a long, long time.
Damn. Now I have to wait for book 3.
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016
This was nice.
The movie was nice.. except for maybe the tree boobs that tried to squish one of our main characters.
Not as captivating as some of the YA fantasy I have been reading, but okay. This doesn't quite sell you for this one, but it kind of feels like 13 year old girl stuff. Not in a bad way, just not as intriguing as most of the other stuff I have been reading.
Friday, September 30, 2016
Having read many of the popular fodder types in this genre, I think this is a step ahead and ultimately not as bleak of a novel compared against Gone Girl or Girl on the Train.
Although well written, I had a harder time getting in to this one .. however I think that is more due to the other types of books I am reading than this one itself. Hopefully that distinction makes sense. I am more on a fantasy kick and this one was just way out there compared to what I have been reading.