ian thorne

Honestly nobody can convince me that this isn’t Rhysand at the end of acotar / the beginning of acomaf

All hail Ian Somerhalder as Rhys

Seriously guys Just This man This character They’re PERFECT Ian Somerhalder is Rhys or FIGHT ME

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Rhys said nothing.

Cassian snickered. “Feyre doesn’t look too tired. Maybe she could give me a ride—”

Rhys exploded.

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A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah. J Maas

RHYSAND:

10

Godzilla by Ian Thorne: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

I’m going to let an Amazon.com review introduce this little gem:

This book is overwrought with many errors in both the outcome of the films and even the names of some of the monsters. So, really, it probably deserves a low rating. I gave it five stars, however, because for many Godzilla fans this was the Holy Grail of library books back in the day… I checked it out countless times, and finally own my own copy. In the days before the internet, this was the best we could do for Godzilla information, since schools fail to teach such important matters to students.

Published in 1977 as part of Crestwood House’s Monster Series, this is, to the best of my knowledge, the first English-language book about Godzilla. It is also, as the reviewer above notes, positively riddled with errors, the most prominent being the infamous “two endings” myth concerning King Kong vs. Godzilla. Still, the pictures are outstanding to this day, and in her defense, Julian May (“Ian Thorne” was a pen name) didn’t have the Internet nor copies of the films to go off of.

While I had access to both movies and the Internet when I became completely obsessed with Godzilla in 2003, I still ended up checking this book out of my elementary school library more times than I can count. I mean, c'mon, it was Godzilla. Besides, for third-grade me, being able to fact-check a book an adult wrote was about one step below ruling the universe.