Have been collecting some ideas of what to talk about, I've been watching and reading a lot, and especially I haven't been doing my real work, oopsies! Like for instance right now I should really be doing some work on my History Internal Assessment that was due in a week ago... Oopsies!~
Amongst the Series I've been watching were Once Upon A Time, Homeland and Dates, but those are the ones that I didn't want to talk about today, if someone really wants to know my thoughts on any of these shows, comment and I might just write something about them some other time!
|Kat, Hicks, Rachel, Bill, Dr. Rosen, Nina and Gary|
|my favourites - Kat and Gary|
I like this show because it is really original in the different skills that these people have, not just the off the mill mind reading or flying. I would recommend it to anyone who likes sci-fi, my favourite of the all is Gary, he's just a darling, and it's really interesting because this it totally believable. People with these kind of neurological conditions actually exist.
|Stephen Amell as billionaire Oliver Queen|
|Oliver and Felicity - I ship them!|
|Pretty boy Roy Harper aka. Colton Haynes|
If you like Marvel and DC Comics you will probably already know this character and I don't know how much you will approve of this adaption, but all I as a very comic-naive-enthusiast can say that I really really enjoy this series and would strongly encourage to watch this!
One more thing on my list today! I wanted to talk about a book I bought at the airport some time ago, you know when you have a really long time at some random airport and you just go around buying stuff because you're bored, and then you end up not actually being able to eat/read/whatever everything you just bought because you ran out of time? Well that happened to me, I bought The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown and I didn't start it until some day where I shouldn't really have been procrastinating. I started it in the morning and I did nothing else but eat that day. I finished the whole 400-500 pages in one day. It's not that I haven't done that before, just, I haven't done that in a long time, I really should start reading more again, I love reading!
Well the story is kind of crime meets art and secret societies and religion and history and symbolism. It's all tangled up together and it reads very well as a narrative but at the same time it is really, really interesting intellectually. I am doing my Extended Essay on 'religious art' and I am very, very close to using it as a reference! All the stuff, sounds profoundly researched and really plausible.
So I loved the book, I have to say, I am really glad I did buy this book on impulse, just because I had heard that people liked it, and I was amazed how fascinating it really was. The end was not very good I thought, it just seemed like the author was tired of the story and wanted to get it over and done with. It ends up being a romance, that is not very well developed through out the story line at all. And I just have to say that bit, I wasn't very fond of.
But other wise... Again: highly recommendable, very interesting and totally engrossing.