"Mural" by Randy Newman
Have I posted this before? It has a senseless number of plays on it for one of my favorite scenes I’ve written into RBIII (a scene which should conclusively prove that not everything I write is full of unpleasantness and death and sadness).
At ‘40 is the first time your heart starts swelling in order to accommodate the emotional strain about to be put on your person, and at 1’11 is when you’re glad you shored up those heartstrings.
Frequency: How many times do you have relations in a week?
2 or 3
fucking suck it lynch. it’s not my fault daddy dick doesn’t let you out to play
Because we have a release date so I might as well post it, even if things will get tweaked here and there most likely.
1. Gansey dies. He dies as a result of Adam trying to save him/prevent his death. Alternatively (or relatedly): he dies due to his allergy. (In this scenario, Ronan may feel…
I agree with a lot of these predictions, but there are a few that I don’t see happening quite the way you see them. I don’t think that Gansey will die in this book, or at least I don’t think we’ll see him die and be resurrected/reborn whatever all within this book, but I do think that he will die. I think he’s more likely to either die at the end of this book or the beginning of the fourth.
I think that the group will splinter, but I can’t see Ronan and Gansey not being close. Their relationship is too strong and they’re always in close proximity at Monmouth, so I don’t think that much will come between them unless Ronan does something monumentally stupid. I think that Blue will be a bit more distant from the group at the beginning of the book, because of the awkwardness between her and Gansey and her and Adam. I also think that it’s more likely Adam’s actions that would cause the group to splinter than any resentment on Gansey’s part. Gansey is constantly trying so hard to be a good person, to make his life worth something and to stop hurting the people around him that I don’t see him getting so involved with Blue as to completely alienate Adam (not that he won’t want to).
I also agree with whoever it was who said that they think Adam will accidentally cause Gansey’s death during an attempt to awaken Glendower, making Gansey’s death Adam’s fault despite the fact that he won’t do it on purpose.
Overall though your predictions seem pretty much spot on, and reading this has made me so sad that the release date is still so far away.
“I fall in love with human beings based on who they are,” she tells the magazine, “not based on what they do or what sex they are.”
DID SHAILENE JUST SAY WHAT WE ALL WANTED TO HEAR? SHE IS LIKE THE FIRST ACTRESS WHO SAYS IT LIKE THAT. SHE DIDNT SAY SHE WAS GAY BUT SHE IS JUST LIKE ALL OF US. WE ALWAYS WANTED PEOPLE TO SAY THAT WE FALL IN LOVE WITH PEOPLE AND NOT WITH A GENDER AND FINALLY SOMEONE SAID IT. YOU GO SHAILENE WOODLEY.
Books read in 2014 | Cinder (Marissa Meyer)
“Even in the Future the Story Begins with Once Upon a Time.”
“Maybe there isn’t such a thing as fate. Maybe it’s just the opportunities we’re given, and what we do with them. I’m beginning to think that maybe great, epic romances don’t just happen. We have to make them ourselves.” [Cress; Marissa Meyer]
Ronan finished with, “For the love of … Parrish, take some care, this is not your mother’s 1971 Honda Civic.”
Adam lifted his head and said, “They didn’t start making the Civic until ’73.”
heller — to hella
je helle nous hellons
tu helles vous hellez
il/elle helle ils/elles hellent
passé composé: (avec avoir) hellé