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text 2015-07-01 08:42
June wrap-up

This will be the first month I'm including tv shows and podcasts as well! June was also a great reading month:

  • Animal Farm (Complete novels #1) by George Orwell 5/5★ review
  • The Heir by Kiera Cass 4.5/5★ review
  • The Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum 5/5★ review
  • Keeping The Moon by Sarah Dessen 4.5/5★ review
  • City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) by Cassandra Clare 5/5
  • Lying Out Loud (The Duff #2) by Kody Keplinger 3/5★ review
  • Looking For Alaska by John Green (re-read) 5/5★ review
  • Anna Karenina (first 175 pages out of 800) by Leo Tolstoy


As you can see I'm still reading Anna Karenina. I'm hoping to finish it this month!


What I've watched this month:

I've re-watched season 4 of One Tree Hill: it's one of my favorite tv shows and it was all about finish high school which I did last month as well, so it was very sentimental to watch haha.


I also started watching Suits and I've completed season 1 and 2. I really, really like this show so far and I cannot wait to continue!


I've watched one movie this month: I Love You. Beth Cooper. It's about this guy who has to give a graduation speech and he's in love with this girl but he never said anything to her and now it's his last change to do so. It was really funny! Here's the trailer:



I also decided to re-watch Gossip Girl. Now I'm on S01E6. :)


Podcast I've been listening to:

I've never listened to a podcast, but Karina made a video about her favorites and because I have to walk (I deliver post twice a week) for about 6 hours a week I decided to listen to one. I've listened to the first four episodes of Call Your Girlfriend and I'm loving it so far! Is about two friends/journalists that live a few miles (a few, lol) from each other and they talk about stuff.


Hoe many books have you read this month and which one was your favorite? 

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text 2013-10-31 01:40
30 Day Challenge: Day 29 - A Book Everyone Hated but You Liked
I Love You, Beth Cooper (P.S.) - Larry Doyle

Day 29 - A Book Everyone Hated but You Liked


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review 2012-03-23 00:54
I Love You, Beth Cooper
I Love You, Beth Cooper - Larry Doyle While this book had its moments of excessive and unnecessary crudeness, I loved the deadpan narrative technique employed. It isn't often that I praise a book for including details, but mentions of specific songs and other details in this book worked, and worked well, adding only to its realism and wit. This is one of the rare instances where details add to the plot rather than detract from the storytelling by serving as pointless, painful-to-sift-through filler. Halfway through, the book seems to switch course and just become a coming of age novel involving dorky boys at parties with alcohol (Did people seriously do that in high school? Was I just a severely sheltered child?) and I was no longer interested. It was a better story before teen partying became the central focus, when it was a realistic story about high school rather than a fantasy version of what high school should be, filled with unnecessary drama and drunkenness. I think I would have preferred a story that served more as a prequel that led up to the titular event, rather than its aftermath.
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review 2008-12-18 00:00
I Love You, Beth Cooper
I Love You, Beth Cooper (P.S.) - Larry Doyle

Fun, raunchy, ultimately hopeful. Also made me realize that I have way more in common -- still -- with an 18 year old dork than I do with most other human beings.

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review 2008-06-01 00:00
I Love You, Beth Cooper
I Love You, Beth Cooper - Larry Doyle A bit too geekboy for me to completely get, but amusing at times.
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