“I cannot leave you to face death alone,” Will whispered, but he knew he was beaten; the sands of his will had run out. Jem touched the parabatai rune on his shoulder, through the thin material of his nightshirt. “I am not alone,” he said. “Wherever we are, we are as one.”
hi there so after the OVERWHELMINGLY positive response to my last video (thank you for that by the way, it made me so happy), i decided to do another dear evan hansen song! so here’s a lil snippet of me singing and playing all the parts to “You Will Be Found” :) i hope ya like it
At around 1,500 pages, Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables may intimidate some readers – even devoted fans
refer to it as “the brick.” Luckily, Princeton professor David Bellos
has provided a handy introduction with The
Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventure of Les Misérables.
Whether you’re contemplating a run at Les
Misérables or returning to it, Bellos’ book is a perfect guide — as well as
a compelling story in its own right.
Edd: Oh I had this blog for two months now, it’s like the forth I bought Edd: Tom, could you aim the camera at the blog? Tom: Sure
Edd: My blog is mostly doodles and stuff from art class, not that interesting but I’m proud of it
Edd: See? Tom: Is that Tord in the corner? Edd: Ha, yeah, he was on his phone and I was bored in class Tom: Also are you hidding that drawing? Edd: There’s no drawing there Tom: But- Edd: Nope, rien, nada