Vaguely dystopian sci-fi with suspense and an intriguing plot. The setting was indeterminate, regarding time (I’d guess some point in the future, but no telling how far) and place (a city, probably American if it’s a nearish sort of future but could have been elsewhere, even another planet, we don’t know).…Read more
Ha…eh…huh? Nowait. Really, universe, what?
I can’t decide which I’m more excited to finally have / which to read first! (The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (who also wrote this lovely note), and Serenity: The Shepherd’s Tale by Joss & Zack Whedon with art by Chris Samnee.) Both I already know I’m going to love, and both have been a long time coming (my own doing, only actually ordered them Tuesday morning)… feels like so much more than a box of books… More like… a car… no, a mail-order bride…
*Segue to semi-creepy allegorical [day]dream sequence*
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I’d spent ages fawning over pictures and descriptions…researching, contemplating, discussing and soul-searching, until I knew I had made the right selection.
As per a friend’s excellent recommendation, the current marathon is Pushing Daisies.
Well done, friend. I’m hooked. The characters are brilliant, the plots are entertaining, the dialog is witty as all get out, and occasionally, they sing!…Read more
I fall for fictional characters like it’s my job.
It seems every show I watch and love, I fall for the leading man. (Or sometimes not the leading man, but at least one of the guys in the main cast.) Maybe it’s just that I like shows more when they have some fine specimen of manliness for me to crush on.…Read more
There, I fixed it:
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why FireFly failed (Conclusion: Firefly? Where does it go? ergo… It’s a disaster.)