I realize only one person will be damaged beyond repair if Peeta dies.
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That other pic is so blurry so here
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I think that even harry doesnt know what a cappucino is
I mean, the reason is pretty depressing. Hermione’s had a muggle upbringing, Ron’s had a wizard upbringing, Harry’s had neither.
What a great way to start my morning
With a cappuccino and a broken heart
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This is the second book from the Unwind series and it goes back to the main characters from the first book. They are still trying to find a way to stop unwinding by discovering secret organizations, encountering new enemies and creating new alliances.
At first you get this feeling of déjà vu, I was like: where have I read this before? And then I realized: Yep I remember it was in Unwind! Starkey=Roland, Miracolina=Lev
I was kind of irritated by these POVs but after reading more pages I came to accept it and move on. Now I thought that this book could be scarier than the first one but it definitely tops it. Thanks not only to this creepy character Nelson who is in a constant search for some new teenager eyes but also to the place where he works which is the black market (a place where they unwind every teenager that crosses it’s path). This book also contains advertisements at every other chapter that promote unwinding which obviously they promote a cause I don’t support but still they were interesting and kind of funny. Also there is this new character, I don’t want to say much because I don’t want to spoil it, let just say its existence is kind of against the laws of nature but I love his POV more than the others, his process of getting better and discovering the world was very interesting.
Overall I think that just like the first one this one starts kind of slow but eventually you get to the: I can’t stop reading, my anxiety is killing me, what is going on!, and I reach the point where I absolutely love it.
Ps. That guy you see right there hugging me really tight, well that is my little brother.
Where was this book when I was 13? I’m entering this new world of graphic novels and I’m so glad I found this book. This book brought back old memories, sucky friends, daydreaming about my crush, being self conscious about my appearance. All of this are small moments that define some of our major decisions in our life. And its portrait in a quirky and funny way with amazing drawings in this book.