the dark book

Read in 2017 

The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan - A Mini Review 

This book was a lot of fun. It was face paced and non-stop, I like all the characters a lot. This series seems like a bit of break away from Riordan’s normal formula, which I really like. I didn’t like this book as much as the first one in the series, but I still really liked it an had a lot of fun reading it. 

(4/5 stars) 


I LOVE Julian blackthorn. I relate to him on a lot of levels. I had to help raise my two siblings because my mom wasn’t the best parent. My little brother is also autistic and trying to get people to see him as the sweet loving boy he is instead of his disability was tough, but I also always wanted him to feel loved no matter what. Carrying a lot of responsibility at such a young age really makes you grow up, but can be exhausting. So I want to thank Cassandra Clare for representing the people who had to grow up quick to help the ones we love.

( from @tmigirl89 )


they do what they most do in enjoy them self

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Whenever I buy a new book I just want to show it off to the whole world. Look how pretty my paper package of pain and tears is. So shiny.

Basically this book…

Decided to draw one of my many favorite scenes from The Dark Prophecy without giving away major spoilers

I will never understand how someone can finish a book, like it and then just go on living. I have to go look for all of the fan art and fanfiction that has ever been published. Do deep character analysis, see what other people think of it, and basically just scroll down the book’s tumblr tag for HOURS looking at everything that’s already been discussed about it then imerse myself in the fandom so much it will consume my every thought for at least the coming week.