series: the lunar chronicles


The war had not been gentle. They were each a little broken, but they were alive. They were together. And that would be enough.

(absolutely inspired by the way Eliza sings the line at the beginning of That Would Be Enough. art credit the the amazing @taratjah.)


cinder as a  t v  s e r i e s │ opening credits

> Dr. Erland : “We’ll be a hybrid of biology and non-biological intelligence, but the non-biological part of ourselves will also be a part of our consciousness.”


linh cinder + carswell thorne

It was a few seconds before Cinder found her voice and she had to grip the door frame to keep standing.
His head jerked around. “Cinder?”
“Wh—what are you—how? Where have you been? What’s going on? Why are you wearing that stupid bandanna?”
He laughed. Gripping a wooden cane, he stumbled toward her, waving one hand until it landed on her shoulder. Then he was hugging her, suffocating her against his chest. “I missed you too.”
“You jerk,” she hissed, even as she returned the hug. “We thought you were dead!”
“Oh, please. It’d take a lot more than a satellite plummeting to Earth to kill me.”

Just One Word Book Photo Challenge
September 2016

Day 28: Significant 

She was prettier than a bouquet of roses and crazier than a headless chicken.

I am aware I have not been consistent with my design for her, especially her hair. I am SO excited for more books!!!

“Let’s begin again, with some proper introductions. Did I hear your name was Crescent?”
“Just Cress, please.”
He extended a hand toward her. When she gave him hers, he tugged her closer, bent his head, and pressed a kiss against her knuckles. Cress stiffened and swooned, her knees threatening to buckle beneath her.
“Captain Carswell Thorne, at your service.”
-Marissa Meyer - Cress (the Lunar Chronicles)

Cress is living the dream
If you ignore the fact that she crash landed her satellite, stranded in the desert, and that the only person with her just turned blind
but you know, details