Saturday, February 21, 2015

Fifty Shades Freed by E. L. James: Book Review!


Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to review Fifty Shades Freed by E. L. James. It's the third book of the Fifty Shades Trilogy, and it continues Anastasia and Christian's relationship as well as deals with the threats being made to the couple. But enough about that, let's get onto the review!

The good news is that this book has kept up with the pacing from the second book. The bad news is that it brings up problems, doesn't really address those problems, and then it miraculously fixes them by the end of the book. Nothing is ever really addressed until someone's life is at stake and then suddenly problems don't really mean much. While that may be true for a little while, it should really just be a salve to the problem, not a solution. I was just a little frustrated over these plot points.

Another thing that I have a problem with is the use of unnecessary flashbacks. We get them right in the beginning of the book, and the only reasons they are really used is to introduced the "obey" part of their marriage vows and the prenuptial agreement. One: we know that Ana would never agree to completely obey Christian. Second, the only people this prenup affects is Christian's dad and Ana. We never actually see the two interact except beginning and the end. So, really what's the point?

There are still a lot of cool, interesting things happening in this novel. We all go back into the Red Room of Pain where we see Ana and Christian further test the bonds of their relationship. Things become a little intense, and I won't be giving away any spoilers. But there's a scene that pushes the boundaries, and it made me feel the tension in their relationship. And to be honest, it definitely freaked me out. That's not necessarily a bad thing. Good books make us feel things.

Speaking of which, like the last book I found myself rereading some of my favorite parts. It's funny how the saddest parts of some books happen to be our favorites. This book had it's tragic moments, and you can feel every pain Ana feels. I thought those parts were really great. Even up to the final climax, I found each moment compelling, if not a bit frustrating. There's always a trope of miscommunication, and Ana and Christian are notorious for it. As frustrating as that is, it makes for a good story. That's still true for this story.

While the ending is a little cliche, I still found this story a pretty good read. The second one is still my favorite, and for that, I'm going to give this book three and a half blackberry cell phones out of five.



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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James: Book Review!


Hello, everyone! I'm back and I'm here to review Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James, the second book of the Fifty Shades Trilogy. It continues Christian and Ana's turbulent relationship, beginning with their temporary hiatus. From there, the dynamic duo faces overbearing bosses, stalker ex-subs, and relationship drama. But enough about that. Let's get onto the review!

The first thing I have to mention is that the pacing has changed dramatically from the first book. There are a lot more things going on other than their relationship that help move the plot foreword. There's something other than Anastasia's and Christian's relationship that made me want to read more.

That's not to say that I didn't enjoy their relationship, including all of its ups and downs. We get more back story on Christian, and we get to see a few of his exes, which is pretty telling. We get to see a glimpse of his life pre-Ana, and it's kind of scary.

We also see a lot of Mrs. Robertson (not her actual name, but I prefer it to her actual name). I like her character. Not what she did, of course, but she adds more tension to the story. She's also the closest thing Christian has to a friend, much to Ana's chagrin. I was also a little surprised to see what Mrs. Robertson's motives were. She does seem to care for Christian, but in her weird creepy older lady kind of way.

There is also a scene in the book that I found really compelling. I don't want to get in specifics because I hate spoilers, but let's just say we see a whole new type of Christian that I wasn't expecting to see. I find myself re-reading that part just to get the full effect. It really changed the way that I viewed Christian.

One thing that bothered me was how quickly everything was happening, especially the break-up. I won't consider this a spoiler considering the ending of the first book get rectified in the first chapter of the second book, and the second book begins three days after the first book. I appreciated how Ana dealt with her relationship in the last book, and part of me felt like how quick is what rectified negated the importance of it. The breakup does get brought up again throughout the novel, and that does ease my conscious but only by a little bit.

There's also a scene at the end of novel that I found unnecessary. There are hints in the book that there is something bigger at play, and the last scene just throws that in our face, not to mention the completely unnecessary P.O.V. change. I like to figure things out for myself, and the scene took all of that away from me.

With everything that's said and done, I still find myself going back and reading some of my favorite scenes. Sure, it has it's faults, but I think it may be my favorite of the series. It may have to do with with that satisfying ending, but I'll leave that up to y'all. Keeping all of that in mind, I'm going to give this book four masquerade masks out of five.



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Monday, February 16, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey: Movie Review!

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Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to review Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie. Now, there have been some negative things said about this movie, but it has also grossed $81.7 million in a mere three days. So, there is something to be said about the movie's appeal. Maybe that has something to do with the Valentine's Day movie rush or the fact that sex sells. I don't know, but I will tell you my experience and what I thought about the movie. Let's get onto the review!

So my first impression of this movie was ten minutes of silence. Literally, we had visuals, but no audio for the first ten minutes of the movie. So while the manager of the movie theater worked on fixing the problem, my friend and I commented on our lead characters. To be honest, we weren't that impressed. For one, Christian Grey, who was played by Jamie Dornan, didn't look that intimidating. He just kind of looked like he was bored or confused most of the movie. I wasn't expected a "scary Christian," but I was expecting him to have a presence. When he walks in a room, the audience should shift in their seats, and that didn't really happen.

Then there's Ana, who was played by Dakota Johnson. I don't know if was that hideous shirt she was wearing, that god awful haircut, or the fact that she had crows feet around her eyes, but she just seemed so much older than a college graduate. She's supposed to be my age, but if I saw her on the street, I would probably call her "ma'am."

Now, that was the first ten minutes. After they got the movie fixed, a couple came and sat down next to my friend and me. I was fortunate enough to have the gentleman sit down next to me, and I say that because he had the best comments throughout that movie. From "I need a room like that" to "That's not f******. That's love-making," he made the movie that much more enjoyable. He had some very specific ideas about the movie, and those thoughts may end up in this review.

Now, let's get to the good part, or really the part that everybody came to see. The sexy bits were... interesting. Okay, there was a lot of boob but not. They showed a great deal of Ana's boobs, but she didn't have a lot to show. As much as it pains me to say it, I was expecting a little more. We also got a little man butt, but it did not get the same amount of screen time as Ana. I'm a little upset by that. I can only assume that they might have done that to keep the R rating rather than the NC17 rating. But come on! This is a movie about a BDSM relationship that focuses on the sex. Why not go all out?

Along the note of their sexual encounters, my friend and I noticed that while Christian was not what we had pictured him to be, we were also quite concerned that he wasn't going to be able to tote Ana around. Every time he picked her up, we held our breath and kept thinking, "Please don't drop her!" It added a new type of suspense that I don't think the movie was going for.

I will say that not all of the casting bothered me. Two of the characters that I love in the books did make appearances in the film. Max Martini played Jason Taylor, and I was excited as soon as I saw him. I'm familiar with his silver screen history, and I couldn't wait to see him in action (so many innuendos) in this movie. There was also Marcia Gay Harden, who plays Christian's mom in the movie. I loved her on Law and Order SVU, and she's really an accomplished actress. It was exciting to see both of these actors, but then they were only onscreen for maybe five minutes! They'll have bigger roles to play in the next film, and hopefully they will be asked to come back. If they don't, I will be pitching the biggest of fits.

Another aspect that bothered me goes hand in hand with the book. The movie starts out so slow, and I think that has a lot to do with the slow pacing of the movie. The guy beside me was wondering when the action was going to happen, too. He was all for "screwing the contract," though he didn't actually knew what that meant. We were all pretty excited when that first kiss came around.

On the plus side, the movie was quite funny. Ana is a bit of a quirky character that likes to defy Christian whenever she feels the need to, and that's often. Her getting drunk at the bar was hysterical, and some of her comebacks were pretty great. It was a good way to break up the tension, and it makes the movie quite enjoyable.

They did change a few things from the books, and for the most part, I'm okay with this. There's a lot less crying, and his stalker tendencies are not as apparent. The one thing that really bothered me was Christian's confession scene. I'm not going to go into great detail as to what the confession is, but if you've read the book, you know what I'm talking about. In the movie, he doesn't actually tell her while she's awake. At least, that's what it looked like. So, what's the point? You've let the audience know, kind of, but Ana doesn't get to know? That helps her know what kind of man Christian is! Ugh!

One thing I did appreciate was the ending. They did keep the same ending as the book, which I wasn't actually expecting. The audience didn't quite agree with me, especially the guy next to me. He just stared at the screen for awhile before muttering, "What the f***?" I thought it was a good way to set up for the next movie. While some people say Fifty Shades is getting a sequel, there hasn't actually been any "official news." But with the amount of money this movie has made, we're probably getting a sequel, and to be honest, I'm probably going to see it. I'm liking the second book more than the first, and I'll probably like the second movie more than the first.

I had a really good time watching this movie. If you're curious, go ahead and watch it. You'll see some interesting and risqué scenes, and you may even have a chuckle every once and a while.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James: Book Review!




Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to review Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James. The book started off as Twilight fan fiction, but has now been converted into it's own series. It tells the story of Anastasia Steele, an innocent English major, and Christian Grey, a dominating multimillionaire. After a chance meeting Mr. Grey pursues Ana, and she tries to come to terms with her feelings for him and his domineering nature. But enough about that! Let's get down to the nitty gritty!

First, I will say that I was a little hesitant about reading and reviewing this book. For one, it's a bit of a controversial topic, which I tend to stay away from. I didn't know how I would feel about it previously being fan fiction. By that, I mean I wasn't sure if I would be constantly comparing it Twilight. Then, I wasn't sure if it would be my type of book. I'm read some romances, even some with BDSM themes, but the hype surrounding this book made me feel like it was too far from my sensibilities. And to be fair, even the book cover is intimidating.

But I changed my mind when my roommate decided that we were going to spend our Valentine's Day with heart-shaped pizza, pink moscato, and Fifty Shades of Grey. I knew that I couldn't see the movie without first reading the book, and thus the reading began. And what do you know, I was pretty surprised.

First things first, I did find myself comparing the characters to those in Twilight. I started to assign them roles, and I remembered them by their Twilight name more often than not. For me, it seemed like some of the characters were more extreme versions of their Twilight counterparts. But, I did find a little redemption with little character traits that really set them apart. One of my favorites is Ana's love of weak tea. I've never seen that, and now I'm always going to associate that with Ana.

I really do enjoy Ana's character. She's curious about Grey's extracurricular activities, but she knows that there are limits (both sexually and emotionally). She doesn't push the idea out completely, but she knows she has to tread carefully. She walks a fine line, and sometimes she crosses it, to her detriment. I also like how she knows that she's going to need more in a relationship than just sex, and then she tries to do something about that.

Christian has problems. That's evident from the first time the reader meets him. It's not even about his sexual preferences, it's about his need to control everything and how those needs are presented in everyday life. He does things that no one should be okay with. He stalks her. He tries to dictate where she should go. He wants her to act in a certain way. Sometimes the way Ana reacts to him makes me want to throttle her, but she does recognize that his manner and her reactions are a problem. I'm hoping it's something that is addressed in the later books.

This book also has a slow start. There's not a lot of action (no pun intended) that keeps the story going. Most of the time, it's just the two characters in emotional turmoil or them in relationship limbo. The sexy bits are, for a lack of a better term, titillating, but they are the only thing that's really pushing the story forward.

I will say that with all of it's faults, this book has made me curious enough to read the rest of the series. It did make my heart do cartwheels, leaps, and falls. So for that, I'm going to give this book three fancy ties out of five (and yes, I'm totally stealing it from the cover).



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Monday, February 9, 2015

Fairest by Marissa Meyer: Book Review!


Hello, everyone! I'm back and I'm here to review Fairest by Marissa Meyer. This is a prequel to the Lunar Chronicles from Queen Levana's point of view. It begins with her as a sixteen year old princess looking for love, and then everything goes to crap. But to be fair, we all knew that was going to happen. But enough about that, let's get onto the review!

So, let's talk about Levana. After all, she is the main character of this story. I know many of you wouldn't have guessed this, but the truth is Levana is a bit crazy. It's true. She's stuck in the same mindset she had when she was sixteen, which is "I will be the best queen," and "this guy loves me." But part of me thinks that's not completely her fault. I mean, she lives in world where everyone is deceitful. She is constantly bombarded with images and illusions that are not real. It's hard to trust anyone when everyone you look at is a potential lie. It makes it that much harder for her to make a connection with anyone, and so she forces a connection with someone who is less than willing. Still, she's a bit crazy - to the point where she hurts even the people she loves. She also has a thing about children. Instead of seeing them as people, she saw Winter and Selene as obstacles, which made what she did easy to do.

Even with all of that, there was still someone worse to run Luna. I thought Levana was terrible. It turns out, her sister was even worse. Part of me couldn't believe Channary could be worse than her sister, but she really hits it out of the park. She really didn't care about her kingdom, which is something that bothered Levana to no end. I'm not even sure she cared about her child. She was a shady character, but gave good insight as to why Levana is how she is.

I like how this book really introduces the reader into life on Luna. We got to see a glimpse of it in Scarlet, but it was more of a weirdly skewed nightmare than a real survey of the area. There wasn't an in-depth look of the outer regions, which tells us how the royalty viewed that part of their kingdom, but there is good look at the upper class life. They have their backstabbing aristocrats, servants with missing appendages, and royals more concerned with their hair than the economy (I'm looking at you, Channary). Everything and everyone looks so different than what we've been introduced to in the Lunar Chronicles series. I'm sure we'll see more of it in Winter.

Now there is an excerpt of Winter in the back of the novel, but I didn't actually read it. I wanted to wait until Winter was out, so that I could read the whole thing. I may crack in the middle of the summer and read it, but I will do my best to wait until then.

With everything said and done, I'm going to give this book four out of five mirrors. If you've enjoyed the Lunar Chronicles and you want to get a deeper insight into crazy before Winter comes out, I totally recommend this book.



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Saturday, February 7, 2015

What to Get Your Book Lover for Valentine's Day: Reading (and More) List!



Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to give you some ideas on what to get your book lover come Valentine's Day. I think I've got a good mix here for all kinds of book lovers. If you're interested in in any of these products, click the picture, and it will send you to the product's website. But enough about that, let's get onto the list!

Of course, the first thing I have to mention is a book. One very popular Young Adult romantic novel is Anna and the French Kiss by Stephenie Perkins. Chances are, if you follow any Booktuber on Youtube, you've probably seen them talk about Anna and the French Kiss. It's also on my To-Read list, and I think that it would be good for your honey on Valentine's Day. If you are looking for something with a little more action (no, not that type of action; get your head out of the gutter) with a sci-fi twist, I suggest Lux: Begginnings by Jennifer L. Armentrout. You can get the soft cover of these books on Amazon for about $6-$10 or $13-$15 for the hardcover.

 

Now something I thought was really clever, but good for a guy or gal on a budget is themed Valentine's Cards. You can find Harry Potter themed Valentine's cards on Amazon for around $5 or if you have access to a color printer, there are some Shadowhunter themed cards that I've posted on my blog, which you can find by clicking the picture below.



Now something that is quite standard as a Valentine's gift is jewelry. Lucky for us there is Etsy, which is a website filled with talented artist and craftsmen that are clever enough to make incredible jewelry that is literature related. One of my favorites is a necklace by the SnarkFactory shop on Etsy. It's a simple "I Love Books" quote with a bookish backdrop. It'll set you back $15, but it totally worth it.

Tan i love books Typography Print Bookworm Necklace - Geeky Science Pop Culture Book Page Jewelry

Along the same lines of traditional Valentine's Day gifts, there is the traditional bouquet of flowers. Now, a really nice bouquet can cost anywhere between $20 and $50. There is a nice set of six origami flowers made from the pages of New Moon by Stephenie Meyer. This set costs 10.50, but you can find many more on Etsy.com

Origami flowers made from Twilight Saga: New Moon pages-- Stephanie Meyer--birthday--vampire--Valentine's Day gift--

If you want to add a little pizazz to you bouquet, you can add chocolate letters by the Chocolate Vault. Spell out your darlings name with delicious chocolate that was featured on the food network. You can find out what the prices are when you call to order, but some sets of 5 pieces of chocolate range from $8-$15, which should give you a good idea of the cost.



Now if you want to go the clothing route, I suggest scarves. It's a one size fits all, and I've found one on Etsy that allows you to put your own quote on it. I suggest a romantic quote from a favorite book. This is set you back $29, but I think the fact that you can make it your own sets it apart.

Personalized Scarf - Love Quotes Literary Scarf - Custom Quote Scarf - Knit Jersey Raw Edged Scarf - 2nd Anniversary Gift

I have to mention getting your book lover a mug. The only thing I love more than reading a good book is reading a good book with my favorite hot beverage. To keep with the Valentine's theme, I found a "Reading is sexy" mug on CafePress for $13. It's fabulous!

Reading Is Sexy Mug

If you want to go a more sensual route, I suggest the Twilight Woods lotion from Bath and Body Works. The regular version is $5 and the ultra shea version is $12.50. Now, if you want to get your man a more masculane version, they have Twiligth Woods for men on Amazon for about $10-$20.

TWILIGHT WOODS Ultra Shea Body Cream - Signature Collection - Bath & Body Works

The last thing I wanted to mention is something that I found quite recently is a new product inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey. They have created a wine, both white and red, to suite your more risque needs. A bottle is $18, but please drink responsibly. This gift is only for book readers 21+.



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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Franny and Zooey by J.D. Salinger: Book Review School Edition!




Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to review Franny and Zooey by J. D. Salinger. This book is for my American Lit after 1945 class, and this novel tells two stories. One is of Franny and her boyfriend Lane on a disastrous date. The second is Franny having a mental breakdown and her brother Zooey trying to comfort her but still trying to keep it real. But enough about that, let's get onto the review!

Now, these stories were written in the 1950s, a post-modern society. Experimentation was big with authors, and this book is one result of such experimentation. It focuses on the idea that people are given a "script" or they assign themselves one. Then they try to emulate that script. Sometimes it comes off well. Sometimes it ends up with you ready to vomit in a fancy restaurant bathroom. In this novel, you see people who try to force themselves into their box and others who are desperately trying to stay out of the box.

I like the concept that the book is playing with. Even today, people are following scripts or throwing them out, without even realizing it. That's not saying that it is a good or bad thing. It's just something that is going to happen. Whether you see it as conforming or cherry picking attributes that you see in yourself, that's a matter of perspective.

The message of the book isn't terrible. However, I'm not here to just talk about the message. I'm here to talk about the entertainment quality of the novel. If you follow me on twitter, you may know this book by the little rant I had about it. Seriously, there's only so much I can stand, and I guy who reads a letter while smoking a cigarette while chilling in his tub for twenty pages crosses the line. Overall, there's not much that happens in the two stories. I like the first story more than I did the second one because I felt like more things happened in that story. I found myself reading the last twenty pages a few times because they couldn't hold my interest.

With all that said, I'm giving this book two and a half lit cigarette's out of five.



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Monday, February 2, 2015

Cress by Marissa Meyer: Book Review!


Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to review Cress by Marissa Meyer, the third book of the Lunar Chronicles series. This book is centered on Cress, the Rapunzel character, who is stranded on a satellite. She meets the rest of the gang, and they come together to stop the impending marriage of Emperor Kai and Queen Levana. But enough about that. Let's get onto the review!

I like to call this book "The Book Where the Characters start to Grow on Me." Granted, that is a long title, but it rings true. Two characters in particular that I've grown to like are Captain Thorne (previously known as just Captain in the last review) and Dr. Erland. The reason Thorne has started to grow on me is mostly due to Cress, who is awesome by the way. You really start to see the good in him, despite the fact that he does whatever he deems as the best for him. Cress makes him better, at least for a little while. It's still up in the air on how their relationship is going to end.

Speaking of Cress, let's focus on her for a little bit. She is incredibly smart but also incredibly naive. She pushed herself to becoming handy with hacking, but she is still able to see the good in people (*ahem* Captain). Also, despite the fact that she is a shell (someone who cannot glamour nor be glamoured), she uses lunar techniques to give herself confidence. With that, she puts herself in these stories she's created. She's the princess waiting to be rescued, which is cool considering the play on the Rapunzel myth. She made me laugh and cry. Literally, she made me cry, which I'm sure the people at Disney World thought was quite strange. The point: I love her.

Let's talk about Dr. Erland for a second. To be honest, I wasn't really into his character. I sympathized with him, but for the most part, he was just another guy in the book. I loved the moments that he got in Cress. It really showed his motivations and what kind of a person he is. To be fair, he's not the greatest of people, and he's self-aware. But he has a great scene in the book that was almost like a soliloquy, and you can bet I was cheering him on with my fist in the air.

We've talked about some of the people I like. Let's talk about some that I don't like. One such person is Kai... again. It's not that I don't like Kai, it's just that he hasn't really done anything. He's like a puppet with a lazy conductor. Hopefully he'll be able to do more than just sit around and think about how much he may or may not like Cinder in the next book.

Still suspicious of Thorin. Not much else to say, but I wanted to throw it out there.

There are still so many view points! I'm not going to rant much about this considering I did it for the last two books, but I will say I am concerned. Winter is a little crazy so we'll have to see how that's going to play out, narrative-wise.

I'll also briefly mention Winter (the book, not the character). I'll be waiting until November for it to come out, but I'll get my hands on Fairest as soon as possible. I wonder what fairy tale Winter will play off of. So many things to wonder for the next few months!

With all of this in mind, and the fact that this book made me both laugh and cry, I'm going to give this book four and a half eye drop bottles out of five!


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