Book Hangovers

fanboyin:

Stephen King being Stephen King


jakesheadwarning:

Stars spoiling the movie version of old books during interviews.


daisycalloway:

You can’t hide in that rehearsal room forever. It’s too late. I see you.


deatheaters:

i’m a slytherin i don’t need a reason to hate something


fredweasley:

anerifaerie:

Does anyone else find it kind of heartbreaking that the epilogue of Harry Potter takes place in 3 years? As of September 2016, we’ll have passed the entire timeline of Harry Potter…


lonewolfbookworm:

books are the best weapons


scopria:

pandzia36:

the-lone-reader:

I’m not crying I just have allergies

Someone owns me a pack of tissues 

omgs why haven’t I seen this before?

scopria:

pandzia36:

the-lone-reader:

I’m not crying I just have allergies

Someone owns me a pack of tissues 

omgs why haven’t I seen this before?


ozerah:

austincrlile asked: christian or adrian?

This is a lame party. I couldn’t tell if we were supposed to be having a funeral or summoning the devil. It was kind of a half-assed attempt at both.


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theunknownenigma:

The Selection and The Elite by Kiera Cass
The subject was really kind of similar to the Hunger Games just like the others said. Prince Maxon of Illea is going to choose the Princess (The one he is going to marry) among the 35 Ladies of Illea through The Selection. The Elite ended with America Singer being the only Five (caste) left among the 5 Elites. Though she is a five, she does her best to keep track and brave enough to stand up for her own beliefs.This book is a must-read if you are really fond of palace-setting novels. 
Kiera Cass writes really interesting novels because I myself gets drown be America Singer’s emotions and the ending left me hanging with a decision of hers: whether to try harder despite of the many knots on her way or to end up going home to her family and marry his 2-year boyfriend, Aspen. 
I can’t wait for “The One” -the conclusion. The expected publication will be on May 6, 2014.

theunknownenigma:

The Selection and The Elite by Kiera Cass

The subject was really kind of similar to the Hunger Games just like the others said. Prince Maxon of Illea is going to choose the Princess (The one he is going to marry) among the 35 Ladies of Illea through The Selection. The Elite ended with America Singer being the only Five (caste) left among the 5 Elites. Though she is a five, she does her best to keep track and brave enough to stand up for her own beliefs.This book is a must-read if you are really fond of palace-setting novels. 

Kiera Cass writes really interesting novels because I myself gets drown be America Singer’s emotions and the ending left me hanging with a decision of hers: whether to try harder despite of the many knots on her way or to end up going home to her family and marry his 2-year boyfriend, Aspen. 

I can’t wait for “The One” -the conclusion. The expected publication will be on May 6, 2014.