Oh gods, finally some sense.
Day 9: Best Cliffhanger
I remember I was borrowing my best friends copy of Catching Fire, and after reading the last page I immediately text her asking if I could come pick up Mockingjay right away.
"Belle in the Library" by PastyWhite
“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.”-J.K ROWLING
So I’m thinking I should move to England for a year… or forever… Just need a change. Also, I enjoy UK based television and movies compared to North American, and the UK and the rest of Europe is so rich in History…
Day 8: Happily Ever After
Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
I chose this book because I like the kind of happy endings that are not conventional or plucked out of a Nicholas Sparks novel. And it’s not all lovely dovey. Lina’s journey throughout this book is heart wrenching and is everything but happy. It’s tragic what she has to go through but she gets a good ending deserving of a strong character. Her struggles are far more real then two white people being pulled apart because one is high class and one is low class.
Day 7 - Dreamcast for Favourite Book
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full of breathtaking amazements. It is called Le Cirque des Rêves, and it is only open at night.
Celia Bowen - Jessica Brown Findlay
Marco Alisdair - Ben Whishaw
Hector Bowen - Jeremy Irons
Alexander - Charles Dance
Tsukiko - Rinko Kikuchi
Isobel Martin - Saoirse Ronan
Penelope Aislin Murray - Elle Fanning
Winston Aidan Murray - Asa Butterfield
Bailey Clarke - Robbie Kay
Books in Hands / Libros entre manos (ilustración de Jen Mazza)
Oh God, isn’t this the truth…
and if Gandalf fails then luckily the Doctor takes 80 year olds
The power of great book series. I’m waiting, Gandalf!
Harry Potter Animated Series
I originally planned for all the other incarnations to be flying around in their respective versions of the TARDIS (or at least 10 and the war doctor) but then I don’t know, the idea of the Doctor and Clara running in to Harry and Ron during that part in TDoTD came to mind and I couldn’t help myself.
I feel like Clara would just be kind of speechless because suddenly she’s finding out that Harry and Ron are apparently not fictional.
Harry, still being a wizarding noob at this stage, wouldn’t actually realise that a man semi-falling out of a flying police box isn’t a normal thing to see in the wizarding world (which is easy to understand seeing as it isn’t exactly uncommon for wizards to have unorthodox flying vehicles and bigger interiors vs exteriors) and would be all excited and stuff.
Ron is the complete opposite of Harry as he knows this isn’t normal and is general scared by the fact this random guy seems so calm when he’s dangling upside down and from this high in the air.
And finally, The Doctor is just his normal, happy-go-lucky self, completely not bothered by the entire situation and just thinking “good old J.K.”