After a whole freaking WEEK in NC, I am BACK!
Okay, the book was about a dorky indian frreshman and it had pictures. :)
Alright, you should read it just cuz of the pictures thijng. I givin it 5/5
LOL, I'm going craxzy...
SCHOOL STARTS IN A WEEK!
I still have to read two entire books and write, like, essays on both of them...
Sucks to be me. :(
Alright, so I'll do a better revie later w/ a cover and author and all...
I'm also reading The Catcher in the Rye.
Deal with it.
It was a good book, and very good plot, EXCELLENT plot, SUPERB (LOL, aren't I a dork? :D) plot, but very very very hard to follow.
I got lost with who all the characters were other than Taylor, Charles and the emo kid. I don't even remember his name. How messed up is that?
So, yes, I would have loved the book.
It might've made my Top Ten.
I got confused :P
Well, I want to put 12+, but I know I shouldn't :P
And I hate myself for it.
THE REST OF THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS
Okay, so, like, I have a few questions?
1. Who the heck was Sean, nd why did the main character keep saying he had a 'hot body'?
2. Mr. Priest guy killed Ray, right? I think? Or was it that Ray killed himself? And why the heck were Ray and the emo kid kissing? Like, I don't know how to put this, but that confused me. Ray liked Mr. Emo Kid, right? Am I right?
3. Okay, so when Will (Who I love) comes and meets Taylor, isn't there a fence between them? So why is it they could kiss on the ground? There would be cold metal bars between them.
4. Will and Taylor were together, I know that. But for how long? Or did it not say?
Alright, I have a lot more questions but they'd be a little hard to put into words. Like, what was the moral of the story, kids?
LOL, no, there are no kids in here. :)
And so peace out all you people, I'm headin to the beach for the next week, and then I'll have four books to do. :P
Willow (I can't believe I've never reviewed that...)
Blue Moon (The Immortals book 2)
Deadly Little Secret
check out his website:
Check it OUT.
AND THERE IS GONNA BE A FREAKIN SEQUEL TO HERO!
That's right, a freaking SEQUEL.
I'm totally a sequel person. :)
And a prequel person. :)
Alrightyness, I get to order FOUR BOOKS TONIGHT!
If ou have any suggestions, message me soon! Like, as soon as you read this, cuz I HAVE TO order them tonight or they won't get here in time for my trip on Friday!
But Right now they are:
How They Met and ther Stories- David Levithan (can't get through a trip without him :)♥)
Sprout- Dale Peck (A gay kid w/ green hair! What's not to love?)
Peter- Kate Walker (It's only 5.95! And, he's only 14! I like books about younger teenagers)
Without Sin- J. Tomas (LOL, proves that adults aren't all too smart---check out my last post)
BUT, if you have any suggestions and get them to me in the next few hours, I will GLADLY take them! I love fiction, fantasy, and most love stories! (Especially the cute ones!)
(and I'd really love it if you commented, I've had a great day so far, really. Just perfect, I mean, having one of your favorite authors tell you they'd love to read your story just kind of does that. PLEASE, Please comment. I want this day to be perfect♥)
For a book review blog, recently I've been posting more and more NON reviews. LOL.
This is at least about a book...well...two books, really.
1st of all: I'm getting Thinking Straight by Robin Reardon...(I know who that is...I think.)
But yeah, I'm getting Thinking Straight cuz it was stuck in my head. Just the cover, actually, but I'm getting it at the library.
Second of all,
LOL, I'm might be getting another book, about a guy who's parents don't like that he's gay, and so they send him to an ALL BOYS BOARDING SCHOOL.
God, I knew adults were stupid but this?! Really?!
Okay, it's ALL BOYS. And it's a BOARDING SCHOOL.
Adults ARE stupid, LOL.
Without Sin: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Without-Sin/J-Tomas/e/9781603706841/?itm=1
Thinking Straight: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Thinking-Straight/Robin-Reardon/e/9780758219282/?itm=1
I personally like Borders better, but you can only get Without Sin if you order it on either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. I don't order online though, which sucks.
Um...:) *awkward giggles* I don't know what to say.
This book left me speechless. OMG, I feel the need for a Top 10 change! Kick out Project 17, make way for Hero! Woo! It actually made my TOP 5! Yep, another book has made my TOP3!!! Oh yes!
Okay, AND FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TWO YEARS, A Certain Slant of Light IS NO LONGER MY FAVORITE!
That's right, Hero, the amazing book by Perry Moore, has passed A Certan Slant of Light, and is now my FAVORITE book of all time.
Oh yeah, it passed all THREE of David Levithan's books. (Amazing, right? That NEVER happens!) (I still love you David Levithan, for you are the guy who inspired me to start writing myself)
Oh yes, Now my top three are:
3. The Vast Fields of Ordinary---Nick Burd
2. Boy Meets Boy--David Levithan (I love him sooooo much, oh GOD)
1. HERO--Perry Moore (amazing, dude. Really.)
ONTO THE REVIEW!!!
This book is about Thom and his father mainly. So Thom's father used to be the greatest superhero ever. Until he messed up and killed 19,000 people. So, now he hates all things Superhero. And, the problem is, Thom is turning into one. And, what's up with him and Goran? I mean, they hate each other at the beginning, but, that changes a bit quickly, LOL. And, who IS Dark Hero anyways? (If you have half a brain you'll figure it out the first time he shows up.)
(And, BTW, this is also a kind of sweet love story, if you aren't up for the butt-kicking superhero stuff. I mean, (kinda spoiler, not really) Him and Goran, so cute.<3)
So, yeah, if that made any sense at all. :)
See all of you's LATER,