Law, was right there, in front of your sight, pass the window, he never looks a bit hurt, no scars, nothing. He was smiling. Confusion entered your mind when you slowly walked towards the window, or basically the house, the abandoned house you saw back at the start of this game. I Understand what you went through, why go through more when you can just live without her? Laws smile wiped off his face "No, she 's a part of my crew, and I 'll never lose her like this."
Drake was more of a fill-in. Rihanna was always a very honest person and didn’t lie about it. She told to Angie Martinez: “I definitely was attracted to Drake, but I think it is what it is, like it was what it was. We didn’t want to take it any further. It was at a really fragile time in my life, so I just didn’t want to get too serious with anything or anyone at that time.” When Chris Brown saw all the scenes between Drake and Rihanna, he somehow reappeared in her life in 2012, they were together again… but only for a short time.
The imagery in this novel is what immediately hooked me into the story, I thoroughly enjoyed the detailed descriptions of each character, which was a pleasant surprise after our last reading, which failed miserably to do the same. The detailed descriptions are extremely beneficial to the storyline because it helps move the plot along while also further enticing the reader in the process. Also, I quickly noticed that unlike any of our other readings, the main female characters are permitted to have vices. The women are allowed to be promiscous and to drink alcohol. We see this immediately through the unrefined and "un-ladylike” behavior of Carmen and Vivian.
Pearl cleage has written various types of genres, she is also an accomplished dramatist, and has written a lot of poems. According to pearlcleage.net, Pearl 's second novel “I Wish I Had A Red Dress” in 2001 won multiple books club award. Another book she wrote that also won an award and was a “Good Morning America!” book club pick in 2003 was “Something I Never Thought I’d Do”. This author books are really amazing to read. At first when I started reading What looks like crazy on an ordinary day, it took me a while to really understand the book, but after the first few pages I then begin to get the concept of the story.
Although some parts of Cinder was really predictable and I felt that the plot twist ran up and punches you in the face on only the first chapter. But I quickly got over this because the story was engaging and interesting. Even though I didn’t like the sound of the plot it was really interesting and really well done. It 's bold and I applaud Marissa Meyer for thinking this up. The story is a retelling of Cinderella, with other fairy tales mixed in.
History is an extremely vast subject that covers an enormous amount of events that occurred in the past. While it is difficult to keep exact records of those happenings, it is however, traceable. Growing up in a different country, American history was the least of my concerns, but the 1301 class filled me in with a lot of information. However, this class shed a different light upon the U.S History, very different from the ones I learned in the previous class. I believe that including the book “Lies My Teacher Told Me” to the course was an excellent idea as it has drastically changed our viewpoint.
Throw in a dozen “real world issues” with bland characters and there is a best seller. Books that chose to cover deep or troubling issues are often seen as a sacred text for daring to go further than boring and clichéd themes like follow your heart or never give up. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher received a ton of praise after the Netflix adaptation of it came out. People loved how it took the time to discuss teen suicide, but many hated how the aftermath of the suicide was recklessly handled. TV shows such as the CW’s Riverdale are notorious for being overly melodramatic and pointlessly complicated simply for the sake of drama.
I get uber excited about books, because that is what I love. If I could, I would read books all the time, and I do, just not in book form. Words are everywhere. Whenever someone calls me a nerd, I take it, because it truly is a compliment, there is nothing wrong with being a nerd. When I think of a nerd,
However I still think it’s an enviable trait. My birthmark started a lot of conversations with people, and constantly talking about my “flaw” engendered the self-confidence I feel today. Although my birthmark has waned, my personality hasn’t. I’m rarely uncomfortable meeting new people, and I bring easygoing relief to those around me, even in situations that can be stressful. I still feel just as lucky as I did when my mom told me an angel had kissed me, for it was that mark I have to thank--the bright red, puffy circle that permeated on my left cheek--for the poise and chutzpah I would have never known otherwise.
In here, my imagination could barf out the weirdest ideas but these would somehow make sense when eloquently written. I found a home in swiftly scribbling down ideas and getting frustrated when forgetfulness suddenly makes itself known in the midst of writing. I had always believed in the confines of my creativity. Show my 10 year old self a writing prompt I recently made and watch her lose her mind from laughter when you tell her that her future self made it. Through fanfiction, I realized that I was underestimating the extent of my creativity.