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text 2015-09-04 04:13
Steve. Bucky. Kitten (named Sid Vicious)



So many fluffs.


Ami. Iz. Dead.






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text 2015-09-02 03:50
Stuck on Stucy

And now I'm listening to Steve/Bucky fanmix. This fandom (well, the fanfic) made me cry at 4 AM in the morning and of course I gobbled up those hurt/comfort stories.


Seriously. I'm hopeless.




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review 2015-03-18 01:03
Review: The Universes Inside the Lighthouse by Pam Stucky
The Universes Inside the Lighthouse - Pam Stucky
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
Be prepared to completely suspend disbelief when starting The Universes Inside the Lighthouse. If you try too hard to make sense of everything, your brain might implode. Part fantasy, part sci-fi, and all adventure, this novel is a fast-paced story incorporating time travel, multi-verses, and rather interesting characters.
I liked twins Emma and Charlie. They are very supportive of each other, and seem to always have the other's back. Putting the elevators to alternate dimensions in the lighthouses was also intriguing. Other than the romance and the ages of the characters, this book really read more like a middle-grade adventure than YA. Frankly I think the romance wasn't really necessary and pulled me from the aspects I found more interesting.
Everyone was so accepting as they learned about the two aliens in their midst. It made things much easier since there wasn't page after page of denial. Even the adults were eager to accept the outlandish claim. Perhaps their lives were so dull that they were desperate for anything even remotely exciting. It also surprised me how quickly the aliens divulged their secrets. The two had been around for over a century, which made it seem strange that they suddenly needed the help of a group of modern teens. But I guess there wouldn't be much of a story if the aliens remained tight-lipped.
The travel to other dimensions was fun and definitely imaginative. It was by far my favorite part of the book. Overall The Universes Inside the Lighthouse was a fun read with lots of action and an intriguing plot. I recommend it for readers as young as twelve.


Source: onceuponayabook.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2015-03-12T00:03:00-05:00&max-results=7
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review 2015-01-08 06:34
The Universes Inside the Lighthouse - Pam Stucky

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

i am very thankful to Pam Stucky for giving me the opportunity to visit her world, a world I might not have chosen on my own to read. It is an easy, well paced adventure! This Young Adult story not only featured fun romps through many (well detailed) layered Multiverses but also put forth a unique take on possible Time Travel (which I am a HUGE sucker for), ghosts and Aliens...that's right...Aliens, Infinite Universes, ghosts AND Time Travel...a winning literary combination if ever there was one. The main characters were easy to empathize with and the world building was well thought out and seamlessly executed. My only gripe was that the Aliens divulged their secrets with little to no hesitation nor prodding from the main characters. All in all The Universes In The Lighthouse was a fun, unique, well written Young Adult novel that expertly set the stage for what I can easily foresee being an extraordinary series. I'll be on the lookout for the next book in the series for sure. 

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review 2014-09-12 00:00
Steve Rogers at 100: Celebrating Captain America on Film
Steve Rogers at 100: Celebrating Captain America on Film - M_Leigh,Erin Claiborne,eleveninches,Febricant,hellotailor,tigrrmilk,neenya

You had me at...

“Mel Gibson?” Steve shouts, and throws the laptop across the room.

(spoiler show)
Source: archiveofourown.org/works/1599293
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