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text 2013-10-26 00:48


About three things I was absolutely positive. First, books and college made me broke. Second, there was a part of books -- and I didn't know how potent that part might be -- that coaxed me to read them. And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with books (and food).



"And so the human fell in love with a book..."

"What a stupid book."

"What a sick, masochistic human." 



Books are peaceful, life is harder.



Me to a book, "You are my life now."



Surely it was a good way to die, in a place surrounded by my books, surrounded by the stories I loved.



Book to me: "What if I'm not a good book, what if I'm a shitty one?"

Me in reply: "You're not. But I can see that it's just to keep people away from you. It's a cover."

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2011-09-03 00:00
My Gay Sparkly Vampire Romance: A Twilight Parody [Zoe E. Whitten]
My Gay Sparkly Vampire Romance: A Twilig... My Gay Sparkly Vampire Romance: A Twilight Parody - Zoe E. Whitten

I love the last line. "I'm not for team Jacob or Team Edwina. I'm for team do them both at the same time." I'm still laughing over it.

This was not what I was expecting from this book. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but so many of the things in this book blindsided me. I wasn't expecting Jackie to become Jacob, but it makes sense in a oddly perfect way. I almost wish this had been written before Twilight, since I liked this one a lot more (5 stars vs one star, you know)

Bella can take care of her self in this book. Sure, she's still human, but she's capable of kicking ass if she has to.

Is it bad that I really want a sequel? I'm not sure what else could be written about, but still!!!

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review 2009-11-19 00:00
Nightlight - The Harvard Lampoon Not quite as terrible as I first thought, but still pretty bad. To give you some idea of what it's like, here's one of the passages I most enjoyed. Belle Goose is talking to her father:
"So, Belle, what's new today?"

"Dad," I said, grasping his hands and looking directly into his eyes. "I'm in the deepest love that has ever occurred in the history of the world."

"Gosh, Belle. When someone asks you 'What's new?' the correct answer is 'Not much'. Besides, isn't it a little soon to cut yourself off from the rest of your peers, depending on a boyfriend to satisfy your social needs as opposed to making friends? Imagine what would happen if something forced that boy to leave! I'm imagining pages and pages would happen - with nothing but the names of the months on them."

"If Edwart ever left, I'd find some other monster to hang out with. You know I have no social skills," I said. "I guess I'm like my dad in that way." I wasn't usually this emotional with him, and it felt good.
Unfortunately, most of it isn't nearly as subtle and clever as that.
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