i have unlimited texting and i only text 3 people ever i think my phone company looks at my bill and just laughs
As much as I’m happy I quite my job, It really didn’t come at a good time >.<. Isn’t that always the way. As soon as you quite to feel better about yourself, when you do, all shit goes to hell finically. >.<
mom, these aren’t sex toys, they’re called action dildos, only children play with toys
Hey hun, sorry to reply late to this but i’ve been busy. but here I go aye lol.
funny thing is, it true! it is hard to think of good thoughts of yourself, but I’m glad I could at lease get 5 out… even though it took 10 minuets of thinking lol. <3
When I received this book I thought it had a lot of potential due to the interesting themes and story outline written in the blurb. Sadly to say it was rather a disappointment to what I expected, hence why I have only given it 3/5.
I felt as if Kim Fu (the author) could have done a lot more with the characters, mainly when it came to transmitting their emotions and especially when it came to Peter (main character). To me personally the writing style was very straightforward, nothing special. Due to this I think that was why it lacked the connection for me to really get into the book. Although these factors are some draw backs, some good points about the book was that Kim Fu didn’t over dramatise Peter’s family social and interactive structure. What I fined in books similar to this is a lot of authors like to set the family with heavy impacting problems to explain why the children turn out the way they do. Though Kim fu didn’t do this. The way she wrote Peter’s family made it more realistic to every day life, a more normal family structure. By approaching it this way, personally, reinforces that there doesn’t have to be so much drama for children to make certain decisions in life in how they turn out/live (referring mainly Bonnie and Adle).
Another positive was even though I explained that the author was lacking in character development when it came to emotions, this changed quite a bit with the last 100 pages of the book.
Over all it was a nice simple read and a lovely journey to finding comfort in ones own sexuality.
Being threaten that me and my family might have to sell the house because we might not be able to make ends meet… All because of stupid child support taking what they can from my stepdad for his child he never fucking sees! It’s all fucking fucked!!! The system can go fuck itself!!!
I’ve never really been a fan of religious biased themes but somehow I ended up really loving Good Omens. My very first Terry Pratchett or Neil Gaiman written pieces and I’m really glad it had been this book. To be completely honest it did take me a while to get into it, hence why I rated it 4/5. It was about the first 15 – 20 pages I felt as if it wasn’t grabbing me, I very nearly put it down but very pleased I didn’t. The quirky humor throughout the book and the individual characters was perfectly balance with the sinful themes of Earths ‘last day’.
Definitely a must read, but if you feel the same as I did (the book not grabbing you in the first few pages), please persevere. It does get better and it’s well worth the wait.
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Okay, so I think it’s about time I write my review. I let myself sit on it for a day just to digest and process ‘1/27’. ICoS really is an addictive drug; one that every time I finish a book I’m itching for more (my next hit) and ‘1/27’ was no different.
So where to begin? I think the only Negative I have about the book is that it wasn’t long enough (I’m use to 1000 pages T _ T), but I’m sure that was everyone else’s issue. I mean come on, when is there ever enough of ICoS? haha.
Putting aside that factor, I give it 5 stars like very other book in the series. I loved how Sonny and Ais have constructed the layout of ‘1/27’. It definitely shakes up the rhythm of how the series have been written so far, and it’s a nice change. Getting a glimpse into all the characters lives after Fade has left me developing more feeling for each and every one of them.
The development for Kass and Ryan was beyond brilliant, I’m happy that Ryan didn’t end up following Kass. I know at the moment their relationship seems rocky, but I feel as if it’s the right way to strengthen their bond together. So I’m really happy how Sonny and Ais have show cased their “two years later” scenario. RYAN with tattoo’s made my day, it definitely shows his rebellious change in personality, especially his “I can fend for myself and I’ll do what the hell I want” attitude.
Another Character I’m very happy to have seen brought up is DOUG! Ever since the begging I’ve loved Doug and his cocky personality. Now seeing him return in ‘1/27’ and seeing the other side of his personality, his heartfelt conversation with Archer of Emillo’s ‘supposed death’ made me love him even more.
Look, I could go on forever about all the positives but I’ll put it down two these three words, GO READ IT!
Sonny and Ais, you bloody better writing that sequel, especially from Ryan’s POV! I’m dying here and I only just got my life together after ‘Fade’.
Kuroshitsuji 2014 - Book of Circus