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A Toast To Anything

Let us toast to animal pleasures, to escapism, to rain on the roof and instant coffee, to the comfort of unemployment and humility of empty sugar dishes, to absinthe and innocence-eyed cougars, to landlord notices, to music, to cold nights and warm bodies, to contraceptives and missed periods… and to the good life, whatever it is and wherever finds you, to sighs of missed calls, to serenity of nature and positive vibrations it brings with it… 120 more words


The Burning World by Isaac Marion Review (Spoiler Free)

Summary: R is recovering from death.

He’s learning how to breathe, how to speak, how to be human, one clumsy step at a time. He doesn’t remember his old life and he doesn’t want to. 463 more words


Project Analysis: Romeo & Juliet

After I was finished up Romeo & Juliet, I watched two movie adaptations of Shakespeare’s play, watching for the changes in setting and characterization (which I have a presentation on, able to be viewed… 1,101 more words


What to Watch: Zombies

Less than a decade ago, vampires had their time in the sun, ready to sparkle for as long as possible. We had Twilight, Underworld, Peeps, The Vampire Diaries, True Blood… 1,351 more words


Warm Bodies - Isaac Marion

Potential spoilers ahead.

Hear me out, seriously.

Please don’t judge this book by the film. I’m actually a guilty fan of the film (ft. zombie Nicholas Hoult) but the book is so much deeper than the YA feels of the film. 538 more words


Stacking the Shelves | So Much Sci-Fi

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme from Tynga’s Reviews where you showcase the books you’ve received or purchased.

I seem to be accumulating more books but my TBR really isn’t going down. 444 more words


Warm Bodies ***(Out of 4)

Consensus: “Warm Bodies” is a unique and fun take on the tired zombie genre. It is funny and touching with a hint of the macabre.