Sunday, June 26, 2011

City of Fallen Angels Review

City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, #4)City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

City of Fallen Angels is the fourth book in the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.

The 4th instalment starts us off with Clary back in New York after the Mortal war. Things turned out fairly well in the last book, leaving us thinking that was the final conclusion. But little did we know, the actions during the Mortal war with Valentine would have leave them all stuck with some serious consequences. Clary is excited for her Shadowhunter training and her blossoming relationship with Jace, since she’s finally socially allowed to love him. Jace is in a darker mood than usual, and the reason why stays a mystery to not only Clary, but to us the readers, for a good length of the book. Simon battles with coming to terms with his curse of being a Daylighter vampire. He tries to live life like a normal human boy, but soon realizes none of the relationships in his life will ever be the same. His struggle seems overwhelming with the growing bloodlust, his unacceptance amongst his loved ones and knowing he’s going to outlive everyone. Loneliness seems to be the theme of this book, accompanied by a few twists and turns to keep us sucked into this lovable series.

The rest of the gang is along for the angst filled ride that Clary, Jace and Simon go on, while bringing along new and fresh faces. Overall, the book was solid, but the first half felt a bit slow and dragging. The last half really picked up the pace, staying true to the rest of the MI books. Although, the feeling is darker than the previous books, I enjoyed it once I really got into it. I also feel this was more of a transition book for something way more epic to come, since we have a couple/few more books coming. Clare’s writing style stays smooth and picturesque. I always feel like I’m right there with the characters. After the ups and downs I felt this book had, the ending was awesome, whether you like what happens or not, you will be left begging for the next book.

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Monday, May 30, 2011

True Blood Season 4 Posters

............Can't.. Bloody.. Wait!!............

Bridesmaids is pure awesomeness

Kristen Wig is always a riot on SNL, but she has outdone herself in co-writing and starring in Bridesmaids.You can figure out the plot from the trailer below. All you really need to know is that it's one of the best comedies around and it's not considered a chick flick just because all the main characters are women. Maya Rudolph has great chemistry with Kristen and Melissa McCarthy is a total scene stealer. Finally, she got a deserving part. Chris O'Dowd (pictured to the right) was a seriously charming stud muffin treat too. Everyone in the theater was rolling in their seats with hysterical laughter through most of the movie... so if you're lookin for a fun movie this is it. (I'm sure Hangover 2 is a good bet too.. Just haven't seen it yet)

Friday, May 20, 2011

Hot New CW shows comin' our way

There's 3 shows coming to the CW this fall that I'm diggin' on already.

Buffy's back, baby!! Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in Ringer. Imbd info.. "A young woman on the run from the mob poses as her wealthy twin sister to try and evade them, but soon discovers that her sister has a price on her head as well." CBS was originally going to pick it up, but they thought it would be too complicated. Thankfully the CW knew exactly just how SMG's return to tv would be received.

Secret Circle is another series of books written by LJ Smith (Vampire Diaries author). You guessed it, it's all about witchy goodness. I haven't read it yet, but the upcoming show makes me want to check them out before fall. Life Unexpected's Brittany Robertson will star, along with another handsome handful of young hotties.

Hart of Dixie brings Rachel Bilson of the OC back to tv. (Have I mentioned I'm lovin' all these favourite returns? Bout time, I say!) All I know about this one is Rachel plays a doctor who's life takes a different twist and moves to Alabama to work in a small practice. Rumor has it the writers have and old school WB style to it. Think Everwood.. Felicity.. Gilmore girls. It's going to have heart and humor.

Other networks have some shows that have me curious.. stay tuned and I'll post them network by network.

PS.. Don't forget SNL's finale is tomorrow night. It's a do-not-miss with Justin Timberlake hosting, and Lady freakin' Gaga as musical guest. Justin's been my favorite host the few times he's done it. He's never a let down. (Dick in a box?.. Yup genius) Here's a small clip of his Single Ladies skit.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

What up wit dat?

I'm a pretty avid Idol watcher, and I had higher hopes for this season since it was their "reboot." Guess we all forgot a big chunk of Idol voters were also going nutzo for hair flippin' Bieber. So I shouldn't have been surprised when the deserving winner, James Durbin, got the boot this past week. Whether people liked his singing or not, it seemed like he was going to take it all the way. And I know people all have different taste but this outcome is kinda ridiculous. Now I'm rooting for Haley to pull through to finals (and pretty much flip off all the people raggin' on her confidence, mistaking it for arrogance and, well, not to mention her sexy ass), otherwise, it'll be the most boring finale. The decision will come down to.. umm mediocre country chick or semi-creepy country dude? Yeah I could care less now. The only way Idol might be fixed into something that doesn't make you want to slam your head into a wall repeatedly, is to put a limit on voting per phone/account. But I doubt that'll happen. They're too happy saying they get 77 million votes (which mostly comes from only a couple hundred OCD inflicted teenage girls. Who knows.. maybe The Voice and the upcoming X Factor will put Idol to rest.

Haley's performance from last week... House of the Rising Sun. (I've always loved the song, but her cover was pretty impressive too)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Nighstade (Book #1 Nightshade Series) Review

Nightshade (Nightshade, #1)Nightshade by Andrea Cremer

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

**3.5 out of 5 Stars**

Nightshade is the first book in the Nightshade series. The cover is what first caught my eye. I have to admit, I’m a real sucker for these pretty covers when they’re matched up with a paranormal story on the inside.

Basic Breakdown: Calla Tor is the alpha wolf of her pack and has been promised to be the mate to the alpha of another pack, Ren. Ren is sexy, stubborn, dark, and a surprisingly caring werewolf. Under their arranged union, when they both turn 18 on a powerful night, their packs will become one and they will rule together. Pretty much. The wolfpacks are known as Guardians and they serve the Keepers (magical beings in human form that wield powerful magics). Calla and her fellow wolves protect the sacred lands that are wanted by their enemies, the Searchers. While Calla finds herself becoming more and more physically attracted to Ren, a human boy gets in the way. Humans at Calla’s school already know not to mix with the wolfpacks, but this human boy, Shay, rebels against those rules and basic human instinct after Calla, herself, starts breaking rules for him for reasons she can’t even conceive. These two sexy and worthy males leave her hormones, heart and animal instinct torn. Her romantic life isn’t the only thing in shambles. Calla begins to realize just how many things in her magical life have been a lie. Soon her whole world is upside down, making for a great read.

Afterthoughts: Nightshade shows promise for a fun, paranormal series. Calla is a relatable heroin with lots to learn. Where she lacks in life experience, she makes up for in her spunkiness. Calla and Ren’s packs are entertaining and give the book life with their dynamic interactions. Overall, the premier book to this series has good bones, but feels a little emotionally naked. It does touch on issues that everyone deals with today, like, sexism, burdening family expectations, and deceit. There’s good stuff to build on for the rest of the series, and the mild cliff hanger left me looking forward to the next book, which hits shelves in July.

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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Fast Five

I saw the fifth installment in the Fast and Furious franchise today. I loved the first one and loved the fourth one, but Fast Five has topped them all. Along with our usual Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster, we get familiar faces from every movie that fills out the rest of the franchise. Last but not least, we have the brilliant addition, Dwayne Johnson.. mhmm the Rock.If you know me, you know I like me some Male on Male action in my books.. movies.. porn. Vin Diesel and The Rock workin' the screen together almost made me innocently perverted head almost explode. **Small Spoiler** I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who was affected when our bald hotties embrace forearms **hopeful inspirational tear** lol.

Anyhow, go see it. Hot people.. hot action.. and hot cars. What's not to love? **Also be sure to stay through the end credits until you get an awesome teaser. You definitely don't want to miss it.** Need your arm twisted more? Here's some goodies.

Jordana Brewster

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Conan the Barbarian

Conan the Barbarian wouldn't have ordinarily caught my eye.. but there were reasons..
3 to be exact.

Reason 1

Reason 2

Reason 3

Oh.. I guess the trailer would be a bonus reason if Jason Momoa wasn't enough. (He also stars in Game of Thrones, which I have yet to check out. Rumor has it, it's a wicked new HBO show)

Basics of the movie courtesy to IMBD..
"The tale of Conan the Cimmerian and his adventures across the continent of Hyboria on a quest to avenge the murder of his father and the slaughter of his village. "

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

When you're feelin' sad...

You know how some weeks just suck ass where work is hard, some people are a real suckfest and walking without trippin over your own feet is a real challenge? Everything changed when i came across.. Double dream hands!! Even if your dog has just died I'm pretty sure this video can make you crack a smile and secretly want to learn the whole dance. Let me tell you it's harder than it looks..yes i tried and you will too. As if double dream hands guy isn't enough, I saw he made a Double Dream feet video. I know you're thinking.. "Yes there is a god!!" lol. So here we have both the vid's comin your way. Rock out now!!

Monday, April 25, 2011

Lover Unleashed By J.R. Ward Review

Lover Unleashed (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #9)Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

._._Epic Sexual Healing_._.

**In this review, some small spoilers may occur along with some offensive language if you haven‘t ventured into the BDB world**

Lover Unleashed is the 9th book of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series. This one is focused on Payne and Manny, and simultaneously gives us the much needed fix of lady wood given by the smokin’ hot members of the Brotherhood.

Payne is twin sister to Vishous. Not only do they share the same, most unlikely, parents, they share a dark side and the tormented feeling of never fitting in to any of the vampire worlds. While Vishous and Payne have an instant bond over the fucked-upness of their long lives, they also butt heads when things get tough right off the bat. Payne gets a paralyzing injury which brings the brilliant surgeon, Dr. Manual Manello, back into the BDB world. Payne and Manny have a case of love and lust at first sight. Vishous immediately gets into his balls to the walls mood feeling overprotective. First off with how his Jane idolizes his mad surgeon skills and, secondly, paralyzed Payne wanting use of her legs back just so she can jump the handsome healer. While V deals with his worsening issues that he never healed from in his book, Payne gets an unexpected method of healing from Manny allowing her to walk again and pulling her from her stuck in a dark pit hopeless mood. For once in her life, Payne gets her first glimpse of happiness, but it doesn’t come easy. Manny can’t help falling just as hard as Payne does, but he feels his own kind of emptiness and misery. knowing that he’ll just be discarded when Payne is fully out of the paralyzed woods. Payne and her Healer go through smoldering and complicated rough patches giving us BDB readers that much needed heated encounters and soulful longing.

Even though the spotlight is mostly on Payne and Manny’s healing lovefest, we get a deeper glimpse into the mind of my favorite brother, V. And where there’s V there’s Butch. Their interactions, even through intense scenes, are entertaining and hot. We also get some peaks at what’s doin’ with Qhuinn and the self implicated mind fuck he’s got himself running on since he rejected Blay out of fear. Back to our lead, Payne has a past enemy from the Old Country coming back in the picture. The Old Country band of bastards leak some new kind of badass sexyness that is entirely different from our much loved Brothers. Their agenda is about to turn the BDB world upside down.

Lover Unleashed was a great addition to the BDB world. It definitely has its own new flavor given the focus is on a strong, lethal and sexy female lead. The female version of V? Hell yes, it’s almost too much sexy in one gene pool. I only wish there was more of her in the book than there was. I could have done without the Jose de la Cruz stuff, but I know it serves its purpose in future books. Payne and her healer’s love affair is an intense and captivating one, just like all the other BDB couples. Payne on her own has some killer lines. One of my favorite lines of the book, delivered to Vishous was… “Yes, I am in love with him. And if you try to dissuade me by the fact that I have not lived yet enough to judge, I say unto you… fuck off. I need not know the world to realize my heart’s desire.” Let me tell ya, a woman who says “unto” and “fuck off” in the same sentence is perfection to me. Definitely a girl I want to kick it with. Last but not least, L.U. is filled with that primal grunted word that we can’t get enough of.. “Mine” and now we can add the way Payne huskily says “Healer” to that list if sexy words. Tooo hot. Loved this book as much as I loved the rest of them and Payne is by far my favorite female in the incredible world of BDB.

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Friday, April 22, 2011

Vampire Academy Goodies

The Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead has been one of my favorite series for awhile. Some people might be getting sick of the whole vampire genre, but, really, what's to get sick of when it's done right? The VA series might be over, but, luckily, we have a spinoff series heading our way. Bloodlines is set to hit shelves August 23.

Old news out of the way, a few of my regular online hangouts have been letting me know the VA series is getting its own graphic novel. Yea baby! Since there's been not much set in stone when it comes to the development of the movie, this is a very welcome bit of news. This is one of those series that will be stunning visually whether it be on film or drawn up. I came across this picture (on Richelle's facebook page) that Arcane Vault has been working on to get released in August.

Freakin' delicious, right?

Here is the cover to the VA graphic novel.

And a wicked piece fan art for the icing on the cake..

Friday, April 8, 2011

"Would you take that straw out of your looks like you're sucking on a.. **cough cough cough**"

This movie trailer, "Crazy, Stupid, Love", had me at Ryan Gosling. As if that wasn't enough the rest of the cast is made up of Steve Carrell, Emma Stone and Marissa Tomei. Sizzling and genius casting if you ask me. Not only does it look funny, it seems to have a hint of a dark side and some much needed heart.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Lookin' Forward

MTV is giving Teen Wolf a reboot. However, only thing that is similar is the title and this version is a series not a movie. This version seems darker and sexier with a nod to the Vampire Diaries style and I'm lovin' it. Only bad news is, it doesn't premier until June 5th.

A release closer by that I'm stoked for is the remake of Arthur with Russel Brand and Rachel Mirrien. I just love his mannerism and the pairing seems entertaining and endearing. Oh yes.. and I just love him.. tight trousers and all lol. It opens April 8.

Will you give either movie or show a watch?

PS .. Don't forget the fourth instalment to the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare came out this week. Can't wait to dig into that shadowhunter goodness when I've paced myself through Lover Unleashed.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Thor the God of thunder is striking

There's more than a handful of superhero movies coming our way this year.Marvel's "Thor" is one I can get down with. Natalie Portman is usually the hot lil number in her movies, but she's out-hotted by Chris Hemsworth. I could definitely see him fitting the roles of some of the paranormal romance series characters. Thor hits theaters May 6.

Afterlife by Claudia Gray Review

Afterlife (Evernight, #4)Afterlife by Claudia Gray

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

>>3.5 Stars<<

**Spoilers for the previous books. Spoiler free for this one**

Afterlife is the final book in the Evernight series by Claudia Gray.

In the previous book, Hourglass, we were left with Bianca dying and turning into a wraith and Lucas was brutally murdered turned into a vampire by Charity, Balthazar’s psycho vampire sister. Poor Bianca and Lucas just can’t catch a break. They seem to have triple the amount of problems that fellow starcrossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, had. Even though Bianca is a wraith, she has special abilities that set her apart from the rest of her kind, allowing her to interact with everything in the world like she could when she was alive. She battles with herself over if she should kill Lucas before he wakes up in his new vampire body. But when she can’t do it, whether it be out of weakness, selfishness or just undying love, he wakes and still finds himself as in love with Bianca as he was when he was human. Seeing through the eyes of the monster that Lucas has been taught to hate and kill his whole life changes his view on everything. He struggles immensely with his bloodlust and the urge to drink dry anyone with a beating heart. Afterlife is all about Bianca and Lucas coping with their afterlives and the adjustments to keep their undying love going, even when it seems all forces in the universe are out to kill them or rip them apart by any means.

Afterlife was a good closing book for the Evernight series. It wasn’t highly exciting, but it stays true to the usual flow and atmosphere of the rest of the series. We get more insight into all the supporting characters and, with a throw back to the previous books, some good bonding happens between our lovable group of misfits, making the final book stronger and more memorable. I really liked this series. It had a great starcrossed lover style that takes the series to the next step with lots of paranormal goodies. Some final twists were added, ends were neatly tied and I found myself satisfied with how it all turned out and hopefully you will be also

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Get into the BDB mood

The next BDB book has finally come our way and is being released tomorrow. To give us some much needed BDB styled foreplay, I came across this video on YouTube. As if we'd really need a reminder of why we love the kinkiest and hottest brother of the brotherhood.

Also, if you haven't gotten into Florence and the Machine yet you should check her out. She does an amazing live performance and you should check them out on youtube. For now here's my favourite song of the moment, Cosmic Love.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Mockingjay Review

Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3)Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

**Warning:Spoilers for the whole series**

Mockingjay is the final book in the Hunger Games series. As far as final books go, this one definitely drove it on home, leaving a heavy, yet satisfied feeling of closure.

After the surprisingly breathtaking end to Catching Fire, Katniss Everdeen tries to come to terms with being rescued from the Quarter Quell games. She is overwhelmed by not knowing what is real and what’s unreal while she heals from her stunt back in the arena. When her head is functioning better after her doozy of a concussion, she learns that Peeta was taken captive by the Capitol, and that her home, District 12, has been bombed to smithereens. With this shocking news, Katniss can feel relief that Gale, along with his family, her mother and Prim were able to survive the bombings and taken rescue by the not so extinct District 13. The big ass snowball of news keeps rolling when Katniss figures out that she and Peeta were just a pawn in the rebel’s cause the whole time. Not being the actual cause might ease Katniss, but it’s too little too late with all the innocent lives lost. She tries to adjust to the strict lifestyle in 13 and soon learns that life here isn’t too different from life back home when it comes to the lack of luxury or freedom. Slowly, she comes to realize that power hungry people trying to get a position of power are everywhere, and that really no one can be trusted anymore. The devil himself, President Snow starts to taunt Katniss out into the open, using Peeta as the most malicious sort of bait. Embracing the role of the Mockingjay is the only way Katniss feels like she has the power to save Peeta, and take down the dominating, manipulative and mostly just evil President Snow, which in turn will help Panem achieve the equal way of life under diverse leadership. Or so she thinks..

The conclusion to the Hunger games series is an intense and emotionally rocky ride. It’s usually hard to see a loved heroine go through so many unimaginable hardships over and over, and this case is no different. However it’s done over in all three books in heart wrenching and most captivating ways. My mind has been reeling over these books the last couple weeks, comparing how real people have to go through this and worse everyday. As for the ending, the warring and aftermath of it all may not be the fairytale ending everyone wanted to see, but it’s life and it’s reality filled with the inevitable consequential scars. Suzanne Collins stuck to her guns, painting her opinions into this unforgettable series of war and how it touches lives, throws them around and uses them all over again. The realizations that Katniss finally comes to are fitting and just right for the circumstances. I was questioning who she belonged with the whole series, but it was never really about romance. It’s really about what every individual can do to making the world a better and safer place for the generations to come. Of course, I wanted to get more Gale in the books, but longing is just another strong feeling to throw in with the bundle of other emotions we run through in these books. This series was a great piece of work and I am now highly excited to see how the movies turn out.

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Catching Fire Review

Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, #2)Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

**Spoilers for the first book ahead**

Catching Fire is the second book in the Hunger Games series. This one had a different feel to it than the first but was still equally as captivating for me.

Katniss has beat all odds and won the Hunger Games. Luckily, so did her fellow district 12 tribute, Peeta. You’d think everyone would be on cloud 9 with this victory, but the Games seem to be far from over. In some ways, the Hunger Games is never ending. Katniss and Peeta are haunted by what happened in the arena and even more bothered by the consequences they are reaping from standing up to the Capitol by both winning the Games. This act, maybe small on its own, but in the big picture has roused people from their defeated lifestyles and inspired them to begin rebelling against the Capitol’s ways. With the political angst weighing heavily on everyone’s shoulder, Peeta and Katniss try to overcome their difference of feelings for each other. Confusion plagues our heroin, who seems to be a little on the dense side when it comes to matters of the heart. Katniss closest friend in the world, Gale, is another story. He is someone she always thought of in the most plutonic way, but he has turned into an undeniable itch that she just can’t scratch. Unlike most girls, she doesn’t want to focus on her heart. Her mind stays focused on bettering the life quality of the people surrounding her. Katniss has an even more complicated battle than the Games. She is pulled in different directions, wanting to settle the roused rebel voices, wanting to runaway like Gale wanted to from the beginning, and even wanting to join or start the a rebel cause of her own.

Catching Fire is definitely an intricately weaved tale. There’s a lot of unsuspected twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat. The thought provoking parallels between our world and the Hunger Games world sink even deeper in our minds. The pace was perfect for the most part, but the ending sure does leave an overwhelming amount of unanswerable questions swirling in the mind far after the book has ended. As for Katniss, I love her to pieces. She’s learned a lot from the Hunger Games but is still highly ruled by her animal instinct mixed in with an unmanageable amount of hormones. Her uncertainty makes her endearing and interesting. She’s definitely unpredictable still but has learned to tame it down a bit when it comes to attack first and think later. The subtle love triangle is a great addition to this series and I just love that it doesn’t take the spotlight to the main issues. Great second book. You’ll want to drive right into the last book.

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Sunday, March 13, 2011

We're all going to Jersey Floor, bitch!!

For anyone who has been shamelessly taken by Jersey Shore, here's Jimmy Fallon's parody "Jersey Floor." Rachel Dratch does a better Snookie (Drootchie, in this case) than Snookie herself.

The Hunger Games Review

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Hunger Games was an incredibly captivating start to a trilogy. It is an impressive accomplishment of Suzanne Collins to reach readers of both genders, all ages and all walks of life.

By now everyone knows the Hunger Games is a dystopian novel. North America is now known as Panem and consists of 12 districts which are ruled by the Capitol. The Capitol puts on the Hunger games which is a sort of reality show of the most barbaric kinds. One boy and one girl get randomly chosen from each district to take part in the Games and get televised as they are forced to kill each other until one victor is standing. Katniss Everdeen lives in the 12th district, the district that is viewed as most disposable and useless by the Capitol and the higher classed districts. Katniss is 16 years old girl, independent and a real survivor of a lot of bad luck handed to her in a short life. The poor fortune just keeps on rolling her way, when her little sister gets selected as a tribute for the Hunger Games. Katniss doesn’t skip a beat and demands to take her sister’s, Prim’s, spot. No matter how strong willed and capable she seems, Katniss is terrified to be led to an almost certain death, especially with her head and heart in such uncertain places. The boy picked for the Games is unsuspecting and even worse, Katniss has a past connection with him. She feels indebt to him, and now she is in the position of being obligated to kill him if she wants to save her own life along with the survival of her sister and Mother resting heavily on her shoulders. The journey to the games and the freakishly realistic time and events that pass during the Hunger Games gives us a good and clear view of human nature at its best and worse. Katniss has a lot to learn about life and relationships with others. The lessons and tests , however, seem to keep coming, not leaving any breathing room for mistakes that have deadly consequences. Her tough shell gets cracked by the barbaric Games and finally starts to see with her heart instead of just her one tracked mind, but is it too late for Katniss?

I may be one of the last people to finally dig into this series, and am kicking myself a little for keeping them on my shelf for so long. The Hunger Games is an utterly gripping story that draws from serious issues in our present day world and what catastrophic consequences that can fall from them. I’m sure that every reader will be able to relate to one of the characters in the book. Katniss as a heroin is perfection. She’s not perfect and has much to learn of the ways of this dystopian world. Her character’s main issues scream to the majority of us like.. deciding if doing the wrong thing and making selfish choices purely just to stay alive when other lives hang in the balance. The way that Panem is ruled isn’t too far off base with some countries in our world today, but the Hunger Games shines a big honkin’ spotlight on how easily we can lose our freedom. The moral thoughts that can be pulled from the first instalment to this addictive trilogy is never ending. If you haven’t read it, mark this book as your next and prepare for the temptation to not work or sleep.

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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Waiting truly does suck...

First look (as far as I've seen) at season four for True Blood. As much as I love Alexander Skarsgard topless.. shouldn't he be butt ass naked in the streets all helpless and well hung? Oh please let us get a bottomless Eric again this season..