Dear Valentine, you won’t be hearing from me for a while. I need to find out if I am as gifted at peace as I am at war. They have rewarded me with the rank of admiral and left me to my own devices, which suits me fine. I’ll travel the universe and carry with me a precious cargo - because I have a promise to keep.
1Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer | Genre: Narrative Topic/Focus: schizophrenia, coping with death Related to: Psychology Aspects:
heart-stopping plot twists, thought-provoking quotes Favorite Quote: “If people think
you’re MAD, then everything you do, everything you think, will have MAD stamped
across it.” Rating: 9.5/10
2Looking for Alaska by John Green | Genre: Narrative Topic/Focus:
falling in love, coping with death Related
to: Psychology Aspects: variety
of emotional moods, simple and realistic characters, variety of obscure and
heartwarming scenes Favorite Quote: “Is the labyrinth living or dying? Which is
he trying to escape – the world or the end of it?”Rating: 9/10
3The Boy in the Striped Pajamasby John Boyne | Genre: Historical Fiction Topic/Focus: World War II, friendship,
childlike innocence exposing horrors of the world Related to: History Aspects:
indirect and obscure messages, heart-stopping plot twists Favorite Quote: “Despite the chaos that followed, Bruno found that he was still holing
Shmuel’s hand.” Rating: 8.7/10
4Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card | Genre: Science Fiction Topic/Focus: interstellar wars,
manipulation of the mind, sacrificing one for the ‘greater good’ Related to: Psychology Aspects: life lessons on every page,
great plot-twist ending Favorite Quote: “If he once thinks there’s an easy way out,
he’s wrecked.” Rating: 9/10
5Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo | Genre: Historical Fiction Topic/Focus: World War I, importance of
siblings, coping with death Related to: History
Aspects: heart-stopping plot twists,
detailed and realistic descriptions, emotional scenes Favorite Quote: “I could
believe only in the hell I was living in, a hell on earth, and it was man-made,
not God-made.” Rate: 9/10
In the moment when I truly understand my enemy, understand him well enough to defeat him, then in that very moment I also love him. I think it’s impossible to really understand somebody, what they want, what they believe, and not love them the way they love themselves. And then, in that very moment when I love them…. I destroy them.
Ender’s Game- (I think this is probably one of the most stunningly, flawlessly powerful quotes ever for any heroic based book. Every single hero has experienced this thought even when it’s not or hasn't been explicitly implied in the story and thought process. This statement genuinely revolutionizes one’s perspective on heroes in novels and the dynamic he or she has towards the antagonist.)
Introverted Intuition (Ni): Ender is identified as a “strategist” from the very beginning; he knows how to quickly assess his opponent, read his intentions and thwart his moves. He is good at both long term thinking (beating up a bully to ensure he doesn’t lose the next fight) and immediate thinking (cultivating a plan of action to win the game). Ender goes beneath the surface in ways the other kids don’t; he stops to theorize and contemplate on the enemy communicating with him… and he is right. His mind and their thoughts combine into highly symbolic, even prophetic gaming. He learns things very quickly with only a small amount of experience, if any. Even when realizing, Ender is playing mind games.
Extroverted Thinking (Te): Though reluctant at first to embrace leadership, Ender comes into his own and has no problem organizing his teammates to accomplish goals, win games, and work together. Ender sizes up a situation and assesses it based on the tactical facts involved, ranging from something as simple as gravity having no up or down to as complicated as heat of the war battle tactics. He is oriented toward making a difference in the real world and makes his decisions based on tactical maneuvers, planning, and accomplishable ideas.
Introverted Feeling (Fi): A warm-hearted young man, Ender feels passionately what is right and wrong; genocide is wrong. His superior officers must trick him into doing something immoral, because they know good and well he would never do it if the truth came to light. Ender feels strongly about things, fears his own inner darkness and ability to “understand” how the enemy thinks, and is fiercely independent. He does not like to be controlled or dictated to, and makes his own demands to get what he wants, without being willing to compromise (allowing communication with his sister).
Extroverted Sensing (Se): He is at first a little thrown by dangerous situations and war games, but quickly learns to use his mind and body together. Ender winds up having to make firm decisions in the heat of the “war games” that mean life or death; some of them are extremely “reckless” in the eyes of the leadership, but also ultimately successful. He sometimes gets so wound up physically that he hurts other people without meaning to do them lasting harm, showing a lack of control over his own physical impulses.
lots of historical pictures. always adds commentaries on the posts instead of the tags.desperate to be tumblr famous.
very nice with all of her followers.has more followers than peter who often asks her for promo.
doesn't like to draw much attention but does because of his talents with graphics. often gets anon hate because of being a third.
hipster blog that has an autoplay with relaxing music on it. always add salaam at everything he writes.
lots of angry rants [added by rabbit-army]
doesn't have a tumblr, he prefers to hack someone else's
the one who sends anon hate but forget to click on anon sometimes
blogs a lot in spanish and posts a lot of selfies.
lots of original writing/content that's a lot of alternate history/historical speculation, half legitimate and half nonsense conspiracy bunk and you never know which is which [added by petrabrokanian]
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I don’t want to keep dreaming these things. I’m afraid to sleep. I keep thinking that I don’t want to remember. My whole life keeps playing out as of I were a recorder and someone else wanted to watch the most terrible parts of my life.
Ender Wiggin in Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card