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Why compare when you can de-compare? A short discussion on the modern day fantasy literature when compared to old

The reason I chose this topic as my “return briefly to blogging” discussion is rather simple actually: I’ve seen reoccurring merit in visiting the topic that has been haunting the young and old minds alike, driving them insane because each and every single one of them has to be right for some reason. 1,208 more words


@SkeletonSociety » Film Review » The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1? Part 1! It’s good cos now you pay twice »

A Counter Point to the Positive Review below Me

My history with The Hunger Games is this. Missed the hype on the first one completely. I didn’t know who Jennifer Lawerence was and I didn’t read the book because I thought it was a book for teenage girls kinda like Twilight. 1,268 more words


@fabiantakiari » Film Review » The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 »



Written by Fabian Takiari

Rating: 72/100

This story takes us on an emotional journey of personal loss, manufactured change and evolving relationships. 868 more words

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