Sherlock Season 4 Trailer & Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

Since I can’t BLOODY find it, because I know good and time well I seen it last night…I’M NOT CRAZY YOUTUBE I KNOW I SAW THE SHERLOCK TRAILER FOR SEASON FOUR.

But as I was saying, I saw the Sherlock Season 4 Tralier last night after I got done watching Hello October (one of four favorite British YouTubers-along with Alix from I Covet Thee, Gabriella from Velvetgh0st, and Zoella) and IT. WAS. AWESOME. It was so awesome to the point that I can’t wait for it to premiere soon. But for now, I could only find the trailer for the Sherlock speical (and when I can, dammit, I will post the season 4 trailer I saw last night).

And also, the other trailer that’s been shown around before the start of YouTube videos (like Markiplier’s videos and Hello October’s) is the trailer for the movie Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, starring Lily James and Matt Smith.

Though I’m not a huge fan of the zombie thing going on, I would love to this movie, just to give it a chance. I don’t go to the movies that much and I think this movie and Crimson Peak (that probably everyone seen) will make me go back to the movies (though I have to wait till 2016 to see it)…but at least Spectre comes out next month….


Book Review: The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and StoriesThe Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was honestly pretty good and I finished it all last night (though it book me so long because of school…dammit). But honestly I loved this book a lot, including her essays. Though when I read one of Marina’s essays, “I Kill for Money”, I thought it was another story about a man who kills bugs for a living. But then as I read it some more, I realized that it wasn’t.

Her stories were pretty good, though some of them were depressing. Some of them made me laugh like Challenger Deep and Hail, Full of Grace was a beautiful romantic story, though I hated the ending a little bit. But other than that, I loved this book a lot (though this review is short).

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Book Review: Divergent by Veronica Roth

Divergent (Divergent, #1)Divergent by Veronica Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Divergent. Divergent, Divergent, Divergent….this book made me have some feels in the end, and this is the first time I ever picked this book up…and I loved it. A lot. Even though there’s some characters I wanna smack upside their heads (Eric & Jeanine), I still enjoyed it. A lot. I loved Tris Prior and her strength, her bad-assery and how she went through the Dauntless initiation, though she had to deal with some haters during it.

But the ending….the ending just….made me mad. Made me mad to the point that I pushed the book away because it just wasn’t okay the way her parent’s died. But I was hella mad at Jeanine and what she did to Four (oh, I’m sorry, TOBIAS, but to me you’re FOUR) and I prayed that Tobias didn’t kill Tris (and my prayer came true).

But at the end they escaped from Erudite (after Tobias snapped out of it and took the program away) and now…now they’re on a train. Where are they going? I’ll have to find out in the next book (which I checked out today).

I honestly wouldn’t have made it in Dauntless-THEY’RE CRAZY. But I did do a little quiz they had in the back of this book, and I’ll be in Amity, because I’m honest, it’s very easy to make me laugh, and I do appreciate the arts and I love to write a lot.

So I do recommend this book a whole lot.

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Book Review: Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices, #2) by Cassandra Clare

Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices, #2)Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Once again, Cassandra Clare has written the most wonderful book that took me a long time to read (thanks school) but I enjoyed it a lot and it took me almost a long time to do this review. So how did I enjoy this book?

Well I enjoyed it. A lot. The first part of the book made me mad because of Will being a dingle-donger. How did he become a dingle-donger in the first part, you ask? Well for one he kept going to Magnus (in which I STILL WANNA CLIMB THAT MAN LIKE A TREE, but in this book they were in the same room together. SAME ROOM. I ALMOST DIED.) because he was looking for the demon that “cursed” him. Then he and Tessa went to the Lightwood party where Tessa went as Jessamaine and Nate told her almost everything they wanted to know…even when Tessa found out that Nate and Jessamaine was married (in which I didn’t believe one bit….one bit at all). When they came back to the Institute from the party, Tessa told her friend Sophie to wake Charlotte so she can tell them everything they learned. While Charlotte went to call the Slient Brothers, Jessamaine kept swearing up and down that Nate loved her, and Tessa kept telling her that he didn’t.

THEN FINALLY, when Will found the demon and found that that he didn’t place a curse on him or his family, he ran back to the Institution to confess his love for Tessa, it was too late-Jem had already asked her to marry him, and she said yes. Will tried to get her to break the enagement, but Tessa won’t do it.

But can we talk about Jem x Tessa, or Jessa? Please? At first I wasn’t feelin’ it, but the more I read, the more…I…actually…ship….them. *gasp* I know. From finding Will in that opium den to visiting Jessamine in the Slient City, I slowly started to ship them. A lot. And I can’t wait to read what happens with them in the third book.

But at the end when they exposed Mr. Lightwood (while Will caterwauled about demon pox) and voted for Charlotte to keep running the Insitiute, those clockwork automotations came down, making those annoying clicking sounds-but anyway, one of them jumped down and Henry “killed it”, smashing it with his fist and turned out it was a spy from Mortmain when he found out that Mr. Lightwood betrayed him.

So Charlotte’s still running the Insitute, Jem and Tessa are getting married, Will’s heartbroken….or is he…when his sister comes and wants to train to be a Shadowhunter.


But I loved this book and I do reconmend this a lot.

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