Had to read Moby Dick for my American Novel class as an undergrad in two-weeks…and that was pretty much my sentiment exactly.
I thought a storm of swords got really interesting towards the end so I didn’t really notice it. Feast for Crows however, man that dragged. The first 3 chapters of Dance with Dragons is so much more interesting than book 4 IMO.
Actually, I’m eager to get to the end of this one to move onto the next! So it’s not a bad “yes,” it’s a good one. :)
And Jenn…I feel like I’m the only person in the world that loved Moby Dick! Entire chapters about ambergris? Bring it on! Although two weeks in a tough task. :P
You know you’re reading a long book when you have 250 pages to go and you think, “Yes! Almost done!”
Take this quiz to find out what “-dere” you are
you’re still one of my favorite people to follow!
THANK YOU. And I love following you! :)
(shingeki no kyojin anime countdown!)
This would make for a great ad!
To all those who’ve graciously followed me for whatever reason, without any type of agenda, thank you so much. I hope you’ll enjoy reading the content on my Tumblr and that you’ll participate in the discussion we sometimes have!
And for those of you who are following to get a follow back…and I know there are a number of you out there, with your smexy blogs (and otherwise), I challenge you to stay on a while and see what I’m all about…and maybe even stick around. :)
Oreimo is best when the focus shifts away from Kirino and the creepy main storyline and toward the supporting characters. Thus, it’s unsurprising that this past week’s episode was among the best, I think, of the entire series run. It was also a piece of fanservice for me, getting to see two of my favorite characters in the show really interact for the first time – and in a pretty extended sequence, to boot.
Ayase arrives at Kyousuke’s apartment to give him a knife (a nice yandere twist) as a housewarming gift (and because she likes him – otherwise, why not wait until the party?). Sparks (and jealousies) fly when Kuroneko also shows up. The follow-through is gold, as each girl vies for Kyousuke’s attention in their own particular way, while the duo’s exaggerated personalities clash (there’s no way the two could get along even without Kyousuke in the picture)…