Reading Burial Rights by Hannah Kent on this rainy day
a dystopian novel about some guy who works in the government and is just trying to get by while some shitty kids try and overthrow society
I wanted to double check that “The Cherry on Top” was a short novel or novella and I found this on uphillwriting.org. I think it’s very informative and hopefully you guys will find it useful!
I’m surprised by how much I’ll miss France. Atlanta was home for almost eighteen years, and though I’ve only known Paris for the last nine months, it’s changed me. I have a new city to learn next year, but I’m not scared.
Because I was right. For the two of us, home isn’t a place. It’s a person.
And we’re finally home.
OH MY GOD
It’s not creative enough.
IS NO ONE SEEING THE LITTLE JOHN GREEN PICTURE WITH SHARPIE ON HIS FACE
JOHN GREEN FIND THE THING AND TELL ME IF THIS IS REAL
very minor character that breaks your heart
I was just rereading the first chapter of Goblet of Fire yesterday and just imagine the sad and lonely life Frank Bryce had? First going to war and being injured, then wrongly accused of murder, just to be excluded and tormented for decades because of it, taking care of an old house garden as best as he could because it wasn’t always easy with his old unjuries, to finally be killed by an horrible snake milk drinking, red eyes-kinda-baby-looking thing with a wand…
Frank faced Voldemort (well his chair but still). He was ready to go to the police, even after all this time of torment, to save an innocent boy’s life, a stranger. Gods, I’m so sad about this…