Sunday, January 27, 2013

Book Review: The Kill Order by James Dashner.

The Kill Order (Maze Runner, #0.5) The Kill Order by James Dashner.
(The Maze Runner #0.5)
Book Summary: The prequel to the New York Times bestselling Maze Runner series. Before WICKED was formed, before the Glade was built, before Thomas entered the Maze, sun flares hit the earth and mankind fell to disease. Mark and Trina were there when it happened, and they survived. But surviving the sun flares was easy compared to what came next. Now a disease of rage and lunacy races across the eastern United States, and there’s something suspicious about its origin. Worse yet, it’s mutating, and all evidence suggests that it will bring humanity to its knees. Mark and Trina are convinced there’s a way to save those left living from descending into madness. And they’re determined to find it—if they can stay alive. Because in this new, devastated world, every life has a price. And to some, you’re worth more dead than alive.
Liana's Summary: Thirteen years before Thomas entered the Maze, there was a deadly disease that threatened to kill all of humankind-- at least Mark and his acquaintances thought so. The virus was highly contagious- it was driving people out of their right minds. Both Mark and Trina are determined-- they take action. They believe that they can do it- as long as they stay alive.

Rate(1-10): 8

I wanted to read this book before I got any further in the Maze Runner series. I only read the first book, and when I found out there was a prequel I knew I had to read it first. Well, since it's a prequel, people might think that reading this first would be better than reading the whole trilogy and 
then reading this. IMHO, I think that if there's any prequel it's better to read the whole trilogy/series first before reading the prequel so you don't spoil anything for yourself and have your questions answered afterwards. I would have finished the whole trilogy first but it just happened that I had access to this book first..

James Dashner is actually a good writer, really. He keeps you sucked into the stories and suspenseful moments are SO his thing. They keep you on the edge of your seat until it's over. However, what I don't like about his writing (and probably never will) is his attempt at romance. All he does is make them hug and cuddle and kiss and "I love you, you love me, yay," nothing like the romance Nicholas Sparks or any other romance author does. My point is, this story would have done fine without the romance.

I found myself not really paying attention in some parts of the book because I was so sick and tired of the storyline. Actually, I'm a bit tired of the Dystopian and Futuristic genre. I need some fantasy in my life. That decides the next book I'm reading... 

This whole thing was centered on this stupid contagious virus that made everyone lose their minds. 

I don't like any of the characters. Maybe Alec, maybe Deedee. But seriously. Mark is just so ruthless. He has no human emotions except for crushing on Trina. Maybe the virus was screwing with his brain but no human being can just kill or torture someone like Mark did, and I don't even know how old Mark is. Gosh. Trina. She seems nice enough. But she's really useless. Well, if I were in her situation I would have done exactly what she's done, because I'm a wuss. She's a wuss too and she's so weak I get annoyed really easily.  Which means that if I were a book character that I had to meet, I would probably hate myself. Alec and Deedee are probably the only characters I don't despise. Deedee acts older than she really is and nothing like a 5 year old should act. If 5 year olds in the future act like that it's just gonna be scary.

And yeah, that's all I have to say. I look forward to reading the rest of the Maze Runner series.


"The girl loved to read like no one else,.."

"Today is going to be a perfect, perfect day."

"There was a warning symbol plastered across the top,.."

"Mark had ripped a wide strip of cloth from the bottom of his shirt.."

Don't the guys always do that

"My head! My head! My head!"

"My... head hurts," she whispered.

I forbid you to die!

"..just held each other's gaze."

"I think there's something wrong with it."

"Seize them."

"I always believed the demons would try to be nice when they came for us."

"The man had no hair. And he had no ears."

"..and this is how you repay me?"

"They've killed me!" he yelled, the words ripping from his throat. "The demons... finally... killed me!"

"He had the Flare."

"..the only girl he'd ever loved."

"A woman eating a cat."

"Who are you?"

"I could just eat you up."

"..we should call this one Thomas."

Now that I read over the quotes I picked, I realize how much times this book made me uncomfortable, grossed out, or disturbed. Jeez, this concept of survival.
What did you think of this review? (;

Book Review: Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin.

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin.
Book Summary: In the Valley of Fruitless Mountain, a young girl named Minli spends her days working hard in the fields and her nights listening to her father spin fantastic tales about the Jade Dragon and the Old Man of the Moon. Minli’s mother, tired of their poor life, chides him for filling her head with nonsense. But Minli believes these enchanting stories and embarks on an extraordinary journey to find the Old Man of the Moon and ask him how her family can change their fortune. She encounters an assorted cast of characters and magical creatures along the way, including a dragon who accompanies her on her quest.

Liana's Summary: Minli is determined to change her family's fortune. So she decides to go find The Old Man of the Moon, who can answer any question in the world every 99 years. Minli is determined. Leaving her parents a single note of where she's going, she immediately sets out alone. With the help of a talking goldfish she was lucky enough to encounter, she finds out exactly where to find the man she's looking for. On the way, she encounters a dragon who can't fly-- who's wish is to learn how. Minli's story revolves around loyalty, friendship, and many other important morals in life. Grace Lin takes you on an enthralling journey through the topic of Chinese Mythology.

Rate(1-10): 8

This book was actually better than I would have ever anticipated. Being Chinese myself, I enjoyed reviewing my Chinese mythology and I actually learned some more, too.

Minli is the main character of this story, and her dad LOVES to tell stories. A handful of stories in this book are actually from her dad. Her mom is always complaining, "WHY YOU GOTTA TELL THEM STORIES. AIN'T GON' GIT US ANYTHING." But her dad tells stories anyway, and since Minli's mother is always complaining about how they're so poor, Minli goes off to chase a myth, believing her father's stories. But they actually turn out to be real. Yep, that's right. Real. Making this story more than Historical-Fiction. It's a blend of Fantasy and Mythology and history at the same time.

Somehow, this sort of reminded me of The Chronicles of Narnia. They both taught morals and protagonists are faced with a decision that's really hard to make. This was a really, really moral-filled story. It was a fun and quick read. My eyes were tired from reading The Kill Order so I sort of cheated on TKO for this book. LOL. It only took 2 hours though, since the text was HUGE, and there were pictures as well (totally good for younger kids).

And I really have nothing left to say. That's that.

No quotes! I kind of sort of started this book in the middle of the night.. with a flashlight..
What did you think of this (really short) review? (;

Monday, January 21, 2013

Book Review: Gone by Michael Grant.

Gone (Gone, #1)
 Gone by Michael Grant.
Book Summary: In the blink of an eye. Everyone disappears. GONE.
Except for the young. Teens. Middle schoolers. Toddlers. But not one single adult. No teachers, no cops, no doctors, no parents. Just as suddenly, there are no phones, no internet, no television. No way to get help. And no way to figure out what's happened.
Hunger threatens. Bullies rule. A sinister creature lurks. Animals are mutating. And the teens themselves are changing, developing new talents--unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers--that grow stronger by the day.
It's a terrifying new world. Sides are being chosen, a fight is shaping up. Townies against rich kids. Bullies against the weak. Powerful against powerless. And time is running out: On your birthday, you disappear just like everyone else...

Liana's Summary: All of a sudden, everyone over the age of 15 disappears. Poof. As if they weren't there at all. Now what happens? Sam, Quinn, and Astrid try to find out what to do. Mary has to take care of all the little kids. Lana, with her dog, Patrick, are severely injured, but healed immediately when Lana discovers her powers of healing. Meanwhile, bullies rule. Bullies with guns- who try to take over the entire FAYZ. When Lana meets Sam and his friends, the group teams up and prepares to stop running and turn around and face their enemies with what they have.

Rate(1-10): 9

-I apologize for the really lame summary-

I honestly think I spent too much time on this book for me to really give a well-thought-out and accurate rating. Normally 558 pages would have took me 2 days or even 1, but since I was so busy with other things it took me an entire week. Or two. 

I've heard a lot of good things about this book and was pretty excited to read it, because, well. Suddenly, all adults are gone! Doesn't that seem like a wonderful thing?! Just kidding. It's pretty scary, actually, but the main reason I wanted to read this was because it was basically one of my crazy speculations written down in an actual story. 

I swear the guy on the cover, who must be Sam, looks like Liam Payne. I LOVE LIAM. LOL. The girl on the cover must be Astrid. Hmm. Cuties. The romance between Sam and Astrid was good, actually, better than I had anticipated. My friend told me that the amount of romance in this book wouldn't satisfy my romantic needs but-- actually, it did. Probably because I made that friend think that I liked nothing but erotica... Ahem. Anyways. Sam and Astrid are barely 14 years old and what I find somewhat awkward is that he confessed his love for her. Like, "I love you so so much Astrid." I'm sorry but they're only fourteen. And myself, being that age, am somewhat familiar with the concept of 'love' by reading Nicholas Sparks novels and etc, and I know that Astrid and Sam are just crushing on each other. Well, my point is, I think that 'love' was a much-too-strong word to express their affections for each other.

This book reminds me of Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne. In M14, all the adults didn't really 'disappear' like in this book. But the kids were just left alone to take care of themselves and those younger than them. In this book, though, all the adults (15 years and older, actually) just go POOF. And then the bullies just decide to go like "Okay we're in control." And 14 year olds who drink beer and get high and shoot guns are just really, really horrifying. What I find alike between Monument 14 and GONE-- is that the main female role is named Astrid. And there's that girl who has to take care of the little kids and change their diapers and console them, telling them their parents will come and get them. (UGH LITTLE KIDS CAN BE SO ANNOYING GOSH) However, the similarities end there. I liked Gone so much better. Like, SO much better. I think I would have loved it even more if I didn't take so long on it. Weird, I know, the amount of time I spend on a book affects how much I love it..

One thing that annoyed me, though, is that they say 'brah' and 'man' too much. This is such a teenage stereotype. Whenever someone says man or brah in real life I get really irritated, and do you know how much irritation this caused me. LOL.

For some reason I think Michael Grant wrote this book to prove to teens about how parents are so important and to not take them for granted- to prove how hard it would be if all the adults were suddenly gone.

So there's this FAYZ (pronounced 'phase') thing that's just basically a huge circle. If you touch the wall of the FAYZ you get hurt. Which sort of reminds me of my own book-in-progress in a way.. But yeah, that's why they couldn't go anywhere because they were trapped in the FAYZ. Fallout Alley Youth Zone.

I hate all the characters with a burning passion. Except for Edilio and Lana. Lana is super awesome and Edilio is fantastic. Period.

So, basically, it began with Sam's (and his acquaintances) POV and then it was Lana's POV. Both third person, btw. And the whole entire time I was just waiting for them to meet. 

I actually liked Lana's point of view better because all Sam and his friends really did was run away from the bullies, but Lana actually did stuff. Speaking of running away from the bullies, that's what they actually did for like, 4/5 of the book. And then in the last 1/5 Sam decides to fight back. I was just like, FINALLY GOSH

I thoroughly enjoyed this story and I am actually looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Okay, that's that.


"Flame. Shooting out of her tiny hands."

"Do what? All I can do is suggest they eat a cookie,"

Cookies are great.

"You don't impress me."

And you impress no one.

" invertebrate."

Oh my goodness, is that the best she can come up with.

"..but she had seen it done."

Everything is just like "I haven't done this before but I've seen it done."

"There was a tremendous crash."

That moment when you just want a simple thing and end up creating a huge mess and embarrassing yourself.

"..Little Pete began to screech."

How does Astrid stand him.

"Choking on air?"

Oh yeah I do that all the time.

"His stepfather ended up with a hook, man."

That sounds painful.

"..her whispered commentary."

I always add commentary to everything I watch. LOL.

"Try me, kid."


"You hit a girl, man?"

That's not right.

"I just want to go surfing."

Among this whole mess you want to go surfing?!

"How about now?"

"Her father jut did what her mom told him to do."


"I don't know what we'd do if you bugged out, Caine."

Um, celebrate?

"It's impossible."


"Let me guess: you're secretly a wizard who was raised by muggles."

Did I mention how much I love HP allusions

"Don't call me brah," Sam said. "I'm not your brother."

"..middle finger extended,"

What a badass, LOL

"You didn't trust me."

Of course not.

"..he had shot Hold
en, the neighbor's kid who liked to come over and annoy him."

Who shoots someone because they're annoying? This kid is seriously disturbed.

"How had he gotten away?"


"But not clever enough."

Oh my, a perfectly crafted out plan ruined just like this. )x

"He laughed. And then he bellowed in pain and fell."

"The only thing to do was read."

Yes reading is good

"But it wasn't like she had anything else to do."

You don't have anything else to do so you do something reckless
"He hoped Drake was dead.."

So do I ugh ew Drake

"Sam swam..."

Tongue twister! :D

"But she was still so beautiful that sometimes he had to look away."


"And Diana was beautiful."

"I held your pudgy little hand."

"From now on you belong to me."

"He admired Mary.."

It's all about making couples now huh

"Remember who owns you."

"There was a wet stain in the crotch of his pants."


"Get inside, you idiots!"

Why do they have to be idiots..

"She decided then that she liked him."

I still ship Samstrid.

"Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin."


"He heard a distant thump as his arm dropped to the floor."

"..nice abs."


"We're in a whole new world."

"You're hot, all right?"

Oh my God he's such a newb


-vulture screech- YESSS!!

I feel like I haven't said all the things I need to say, but then again I can't really express them into words. So I guess this is all!
What did you think of this review? (:

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Follow Friday #17!

Follow Friday!
This meme is hosted by two hosts and wonderful bloggers- Alison Can Read and Parajunkee's View. This week's features are Aman @ Enticed by Books and Sarah @ Catching Books.


Yes. This question must be designed to kill me. Well, if this question means, "Which villain is the most evillest villain you have ever met," then I've gotta say Lord Voldemort. Gosh. I don't even think that's a legit answer. Well, Voldemort made me hate him and fear him so much throughout the whole HP series. And he was just evil. If Voldemort came to the real world I would die. And so would everyone else. Unless Harry comes and saves the day. One reason, among many other reasons, that I like (despise and fear) Voldy is because he is very clever. I mean, look at all those Horcruxes. Wow. Ugh. I just hate Voldy with a burning passion okay but he's still my favorite villain.

If you follow me, just comment below and I'll be more than glad to follow back! Happy Friday!

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Book Review: The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.

The Chronicles of Narnia The Chronicles of Narnia.
Book Summary: The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis, is one of the very few sets of books that should be read three times: in childhood, early adulthood, and late in life. In brief, four children travel repeatedly to a world in which they are far more than mere children and everything is far more than it seems. Richly told, populated with fascinating characters, perfectly realized in detail of world and pacing of plot, the story is infused throughout with the timeless issues of good and evil, faith and hope. This edition includes all seven volumes.

The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia, #1)
 Book 1: The Magician's Nephew.

Book Summary:When Digory and Polly are tricked by Digory's peculiar Uncle Andrew into becoming part of an experiment, they set off on the adventure of a lifetime. What happens to the children when they touch Uncle Andrew's magic rings is far beyond anything even the old magician could have imagined.
Hurtled into the Wood between the Worlds, the children soon find that they can enter many worlds through the mysterious pools there. In one world they encounter the evil Queen Jadis, who wreaks havoc in the streets of London when she is accidentally brought back with them. When they finally manage to pull her out of London, unintentionally taking along Uncle Andrew and a coachman with his horse, they find themselves in what will come to be known as the land of Narnia.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia, #2)Book 2: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
Book Summary: When Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy took their first steps into the world behind the magic wardrobe, little do they realise what adventures are about to unfold. And as the story of Narnia begins to unfold, so to does a classic tale that has enchanted readers of all ages for over half a century.
This stunning version of the classic The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, illustrated by Christian Burningham, comes with a special recording of the story which features a full production and specially composed music which transports the listener straight to the heart of Narnia. An absolute must for Narnia fans, and an excellent way of introducing the magical story to a new generation of readers. 
The Horse and His Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #3)Book 3: The Horse and His Boy.
Book Summary: Shasta is a young boy living in Calormene with a cruel man who claims to be his father. One night he overhears his "father" offering to sell him as a slave, so Shasta makes a break and sets out for the North. He meets Bree, a talking horse who becomes his companion. On their way they encounter Aravis, a high-born girl escaping an arranged marriage, and her talking horse. Despite their differences the children and horses learn to work together to reach the freedom they long for. In the meantime, they uncover a Calormene plot to conquer Narnia.

Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia (Chronicles of Narnia, #4)Book 4: Prince Caspian.
Book Summary: A prince fights for his crown. Narnia... where animals talk... where trees walk... here a battle is about to begin. A prince denied his rightful throne gathers an army in a desperate attempt to rid his land of a false king. But in the end, it is a battle of honor between two men alone that will decide the fate of an entire world.

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Chronicles of Narnia, #5)Book 5: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Book Summary: The Dawn Treader is the first ship Narnia has seen in centuries. King Caspian has built it for his voyage to find the seven lords, good men whom his evil uncle Miraz banished when he usurped the throne. The journey takes Edmund, Lucy, and their cousin Eustace to the Eastern Islands, beyond the Silver Sea, toward Aslan's country at the End of the World. Enter this enchanted world countless times in The Chronicles of Narnia.

The Silver Chair (Chronicles of Narnia, #6)Book 6: The Silver Chair.
Book Summary: Jill and Eustace must rescue the Prince from the evil Witch.
NARNIA...where owls are wise, where some of the giants like to snack on humans, where a prince is put under an evil spell...and where the adventure begins.

Eustace and Jill escape from the bullies at school through a strange door in the wall, which, for once, is unlocked. It leads to the open moor...or does it? Once again Aslan has a task for the children, and Narnia needs them. Through dangers untold and caverns deep and dark, they pursue the quest that brings them face and face with the evil Watch. She must be defeated if Prince Rillian is to be saved.

The Last Battle (Chronicles of Narnia, #7)Book 7: The Last Battle.
Book Summary: 
Many Narnian years have passed since Eustace and Jill helped ensure the Royal line. But when they are jerked back violently into this strangest of lands they find the present King in danger and Narnia facing its darkest hour. With Eustace and Jill at his side, the King, the noble unicorn Jewel and a few remaining loyal subjects must stand fast against the powers of evil and darkness and fight the Last Battle to decide the future of this once glorious kingdom.

Liana's Summary: (Whole series) The Chronicles of Narnia is a book series that have helped make up many childhoods and undoubtedly, still will, in the future. Aslan, the great Lion himself, has created this world inhabited with magical creatures such as Talking Beasts, Fauns, Dryads and etc, and CS Lewis takes you through Narnia's beginning to Narnia's end in these seven volumes, each with a different time period and different heroes.

Rate(1-10): (Whole series) 9.

Okay, anyways, I decided to write a review for the whole series because I felt that a review for every single book would be pretty short, which is why this post is pretty long. Sort of like how I thought (and still think, btw) that each book is pretty short but when all put together is 1400+ pages.

I wanted to read this series before I got too old and when it wouldn't appeal to me anymore. This isn't my usual genre at all but I still wanted to read it. A lot of my friends have read this series when they were like, in 4th grade. But the thing is, I didn't like to read in 4th grade (Gasp). And I just can't get by without reading Narnia in my whole entire life.

So I picked up The Magician's Nephew and started reading.

And I just entered this magical world. Okay. So maybe this series was written especially for kids, (there are some really descriptive pictures, too) but after I read it, I feel like adults would like it as well. See, this reminds me of Harry Potter. Appeals to all ages, both boys or girls. CS Lewis is truly amazing.

His writing is really old fashioned (especially since he died before my mom was even born), since he's so old and stuff. And I would just laugh at some strange sounding old-fashioned phrases out of nowhere. LOL.

The world of Narnia is unforgettable and it has a special place in my, and no doubt many others', hearts. Just like Harry Potter.

Out of all the books here, I think my favorite has got to be the second one. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. I loved it. And I loved the movie as well. Let's see.

The Magician's Nephew- Was the first one. Where Narnia all started. The main characters were Digory and Polly.
The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe- Digory is old by now, and Susan, Peter, Edmund, and Lucy found out about Narnia. Like I said, it's my favorite out of the 7 and is the most interesting, in my opinion.
The Horse and His Boy- Takes place in Narnia's neighboring country. Didn't really like this one, but it was okay.
Prince Caspian- Is about Prince Caspian, LOL. Telmarines are now the main inhabitants of Narnia, but Caspian brings all the indigenous creatures back.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader- About Prince Caspian as well. On a boat and on some adventures. I liked this one. Gotta be my 4th favorite.
The Silver Chair- My 3rd favorite. Um. Yeah, it's basically about a silver chair and Caspian's son. It had a good storyline plot.
The Last Battle- What a conclusion. I just wanted to cry, omg. It was so fabulously written. But I'm sort of confused at what Aslan was explaining at the end. But oh well.

And in the movies of book 2, book 4, and book 5, I only watched 2 and 4 but didn't watch 5 yet. Well, I've gotta watch 5 then. Soon. LOL. They changed it a bit in the movie for Prince Caspian with hints of romance. I was like FKSJDFKLJDSJ:DS YES but then Caspian married someone else in the book. And I was dismayed. Even if the romance didn't happen in the book. omg. I'm just rambling now.

Character Discussions-

Aslan- He's the most important character in this whole entire series, okay. Now I know which lion it is that roars in the beginning of those movies. After meeting Aslan in this series, I just love lions that much more. Aslan is the opposite of a tyrant. He treats his people as equals. Okay he's a little too fair and just and calm all the time. He's always calm. Lol. Even at times of great peril he's always calm and knows what to do. He's in all 7 books, from the beginning of Narnia to the 'end' of Narnia. So he's like, really old. He's actually the creator of Narnia. In the first book, he showed up a lot, in the second, he showed up a lot. In the third book, he barely showed up, in the 4th book, he was barely there at all. In the 5th, he showed up, like, once. In the 6th, once. In the 7th, once. It's kind of like he becomes a rarer and rarer sight in every century that passes by in Narnia. Speaking of centuries, Narnia and our world has different time zones. Which just made it so much more interesting.
Digory- He was there when it all started, when Aslan created Narnia. He was actually pretty foolish in the beginning but that's how little boys are. But he's actually pretty smart! And wise, too. He became a professor!
Polly- She was Digory's travel companion. She reminds me a lot of Jill, but braver.
Peter- He's the oldest sibling out of him, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, and I find that he can be really mean and  discouraging sometimes but he's still a caring big brother.
Susan- I liked her in the beginning but she changed a lot and I've decided that I don't like her growing-up adolescence girl phase.
Edmund- Isn't he an interesting character. So at first I hated his guts and then I didn't really care if he lived or died and then I ended up loving him. Traitors can change.
Lucy- She's lucky. Out of the 4 siblings, she sees Aslan the most. She's the youngest of the 4, and she's the one with enough courage and curiosity to have found out about Narnia in the first place.
Tumnus- The Faun that showed Lucy around. I think it was all because of him that the 4 siblings became kings and queens of Narnia anyway, but then again it's all Aslan's will. Yes, Tumnus is now my favorite faun ever. Sorry, Grover. LOL. I've always shipped Tumnus and Lucy. I don't care if he's a faun. They're too cute.
Shasta-I don't even know what to say about him, lol. He seems like a normal boy, which just makes the fact that he's a hero seem even more amazing.
Bree- My favorite horse in this whole series. Bree is fantabulous. He makes me think that he's related to Strawberry in the first book. Maybe he is.
Aravis- She seemed really bratty and conceited at first, but yeah, I ended up liking her. Her and Shasta are super cute, too.
Trumpkin- He helped Caspian so much just wow
Eustace- He seemed like a little brat at first but I think he learned his lesson by visiting Narnia.
Repicheep-He tells you that, no matter what size you are, or what you look like, anything is accomplishable as long as you're loyal and passionate. The best mouse character ever.
Jewel- Unicorns are fabulous. And I don't care if he's a boy unicorn named Jewel. Jewel is fabulous.
Puddleglum- He's a truly loyal Narnian. A good character!
I feel like this whole thing is an allegory about loyalty, friendship, bravery, etc. Once again, I definitely think it constructed many childhoods.

Yeah. Quotes. From all books. lol.

"Now my fool of a sister can't get at you!"

"I wanted two children. You see, I'm in the middle of a great experiment."

"..such a very attractive young lady as yourself."

That's pedoriffic. LOL.

"So I knocked him down again."

"You shall not always be an Ass."

That's too funny. LOL.

"..not fairy tales."

" such person as Aslan."

"Let me go. Let me go back. I don't like it."

"You were only an ass, but I was a traitor."

It's okay Edmund. Everyone loves you now.

"I am going with Reepicheep to see the world's end."


".. you and your brother will never come back to Narnia."

"Caspian married..."


"His name unfortunately was Eustace Scrubb,.."

Hi Eustace. :D

"Dam' good of you,"


"Aslan. Aslan, Aslan!"

"Here, hold hands."


"..gone hurtling to the depths."

"Caspian the Tenth,"

"..was evil."


"Gay," said Puddleglum with a deep sigh. "That's what we've got to be. Gay."

Puddleglum is so wise. Lol.

"You will pretend to be Aslan.."

"Aslan himself."

"He is not a tame lion."


"..that the hissing letter S is the part of a whisper most likely to be heard."


"It was Eustace."

And that's it! Now I've joined the Narnia fandom, lol.
What did you think of this review? (;