My highly accurate typing of the boy named nobody.
And I finished the book last night while I was being an owl so woot! And now time to read I think its called... 'When a monster calls'- which sounds similar but sadder.
And another aside- the ending of the graveyard book was...in my opinion.
Thread: Random Thought Thread
04-14-2016, 08:07 AM #62571
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And also- bigger but above plays into it... So... Bods just never going to get to see any of the people who raised him ever again. I mean. Not even only that but the book made it out like they were going to FORGET him- and he them... But I sorta kinda skimmed over the end so that might not be right(it was getting very stale and I just wanted to be done by that point because the whole- long lost friend remaining long lost kinda sucked in my opinion as well- even if it WAS realistic was kinda like raining on a parade- debbie downering the entire ending.) anyways but if it IS right it sorta nudges towards a 'what was the point then' sort of deal. But I suppose the generic 'to keep Bod safe' can be played.
And... The mystery behind why they wanted to kill Bod- the resolution was lame in my opinion. A prophesy... ? Thats just too easy a card to pull imo. No explanation needed for anything except well- some mysterious thing told us we had to so obviously we did so there- just weak.
But I thought the first part of the book was strong. Would have been interested if they had explored that world a bit more instead of just mostly confining themselves to the graveyard. But again- kids book.
Im VERY critical of the media I consume. Mhm.
04-14-2016, 10:05 AM #62574
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04-14-2016, 10:21 AM #62578
If you actually want a name change, go to the Name Change Request Thread --
04-14-2016, 10:31 AM #62579
Hmm, is the poem I'm working on need more lines, or is one stanza enough?
The lines flow well so far, but it needs more...effect.
Then again, adding more may muddle the whole point of the poem.CHOOSE THE PATH THEY'LL NEVER TAKE
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04-14-2016, 10:51 AM #62580