Just finished re-reading Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined. And I have to say again that I love this book soooo much more than Twilight.
Team Edythe and Beau ALL THE WAY.
But there’s one nagging issue that always crops up while I read: Poor Julie Black will not be able to have her Imprinted HEA because Beau and Edythe are unable to have children . . . It’s very sad. Anyone else think about this when they read Life and Death?
READING: City of Bones, The Mortal Instruments Book 1, by Cassandra Clare
LISTENING: Darkness Dawns by Dianne Duval
I’ve listened to a variety of audio books over the years; on long car rides, on my twenty minute drive to work, while doing house work, walking the dog, and exercising. Many I enjoyed and kept on my iPod for future re-listening, others I deleted after hearing the first ten minutes. I often wondered if it was the audio book actor’s voice I objected to or the actual story. Would I have listened to Twilight if the actor’s voice sounded like screeching train brakes? Continue reading
Beginnings suck. A new job. Start of the school year. Unwrapping a birthday present (which leads to a paper cut then a vampire lunging at you, stitches, and your boyfriend breaking up with you).
The same goes for the first chapter of a book. (The sucking part, not the stitches.) Continue reading