f: secrets of the immortal nicholas flamel

Short but accurate summaries of popular books/series: part 3
  • A Court of Thorns and Roses: Author tells us it's a beauty and the beast retelling, we think she means the fairy tale, but she actually means the Disney movie.
  • Incarceron: The cake is a lie
  • Curse Workers: Wizard Mafia
  • The Bone Season: Ghost Mafia
  • Snow Like Ashes: Everybody hates winter.
  • An Ember in the Ashes: *points at characters* f*** you, f*** you, f*** you, precious cinnamon roll too good for this world, f*** you, how did nobody kill you yet, f*** you, f*** me, f*** you
  • The Wrath and the Dawn: Talk shit, get hit. Or dismembered. Depends who you're talking shit to.
  • Chronicles of Nick: A textbook is needed in order to keep up with the mythology.
  • Obsidian Mirror: Wait, if you're evil, and they're evil, and everybody wants the evil time machine...then who's flying the plane?
  • I Am Number Four: Oh none of us have this very useful power? Wait a chapter.
  • Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: If their name is carved on an old rock somewhere in the world, they're in this series.
  • Monument 14: Somebody kept saying "what's the worst that could happen" and the universe decided to answer.
  • Graceling: Heterochromia=superpowers, caution advised.
  • Uglies: Somehow, a group of people decide that lobotomizing the population of an entire planet is a valid method for maintaining world piece.
  • Percy Jackson: Main character's catchphrase is "wait, what?" In his defense, it's often appropriate.
  • Hunger Games: Television censorship laws get some major revisions.
My english f*cked me

I NEED TO NOTIFY SOMETHING.

In the Day 7 I meant to “Reflective” not “Reflexive”.

Reflective referring to "relating to or characterized by deep thought; thoughtful.“ 

It was totally a own mistake, derived from the fact that both words are translated the same in Spanish.

I repeat, Day 7 is ”Reflective/Impulsive“ not “Reflexive/Impulsive”. I will changed it now.

So sorry again and so sorry if this means that you must change your day 7 work. As the days normally are opposite words I hope no one made a mistake derived from mine.

SO SORRY.