Friday, 9 December 2011

Review: It’s All Greek To Me

by Katie MacAlister

Rating: 9/10

greekThis Greek god is about to meet his goddess…

When Eglantine “Harry” Knight sets off to Greece at the last minute to step in as manager of a friend’s touring band, the last thing she expects is to meet a billionaire Greek playboy. Iakovos Papaioannou is perfection on every level, except for his unpronounceable name. And Harry can’t stop herself from falling hard and fast for him.

Iakovos knew his sister hired her favorite band to perform at her birthday party, he’s just not sure where this six-foot-tall, wild-haired, tempestuous woman fits in, or how she’s already ended up in his bed—and in his heart. Harry is so not his type. She’s as infuriating as she is intriguing, and she can’t keep her hands off his butt. But she just may be the woman who knocks him off the world’s most eligible bachelor list for good…

Eglantine "Harry" Knight is asked by a friend to go and manage a band in Greece.

Iakovos Papaioannou is a real-estate billionaire and he owns the island that the band are performing on, and it's his sisters birthday that they are playing at.

Thursday, 27 October 2011

2nd Test: Diamonds vs Silver Ferns


Yesterday at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, to a rather full crowd the Australian Diamonds played the New Zealand Silver Ferns.

The Silver ferns won in Perth on Sunday, by one goal.

The broadcaster/announcer was as biased as the crowd and managed to mention Australia as being the World Championship winners and mention New Zealand came second. He also made the Constellation cup which is the test prize, sound like Consolation cup, every time he mentioned it. Speaking of biased crowd though, our seat were very close to the large pocket of Silver Ferns fans and it was just like being at the footy in a way.

Stan Walker in what appeared to be tights (yeech!) performed two songs live an I wish it had been delayed, maybe it was the venue but he did not sound good and really if he’d been quieter we could’ve ignored it.

The umpiring, well I like to be fair, it’s a hard job and not everyone can do it, some things look like they’re okay when they’re not and vice versa. However, most especially in the first half the umpiring was a bit dodgy— and it seemed to swing Silver Ferns way more often than not. But in the second half the dodginess was reduced and both sides copped it.

Speaking of dodgy the rings weren’t very secure and a decent jump (like the defender might make legitimately — or not so legitimately) would have them wobble as if deliberately knocked. Also in the last quarter with six minutes left as the Diamonds got momentum, New Zealand’s goal shooter called for an injury time — just as the Diamonds had the ball up their end and prepared to increase the lead. Now maybe it was innocent because the Latu did get her knees strapped, but I doubt it.

Natalie von Bertouch injured her ankle and didn’t play, so Catherine Cox filled in as the acting captain. The Diamonds won the toss and took the centre pass the Silver Ferns opted to shoot toward their interchange bench (not sure what end that is in terms of direction). Interestingly Irene van Dyk didn’t play for New Zealand.

The game was very tight in the first half, however after Geitz (GK-D) shut down Latu (GS-SF) the Diamonds were able to get ahead and the Diamonds levelled the series with a 7 goal win.

Cath Cox got the Holden MVP (Best on court).

The decider is on Sunday in Melbourne and should be good to watch 2:20pm local time (AEST) and will be on Ten and One at that time.

Also a delayed showing of this game will be on about lunch time on One.


Team 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr
Adelaide Diamonds 12 25 36 51
New Zealand Silver Ferns 14 26 36 44

Currently Listening: The Way I Loved You – Taylor Swift

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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Why Karen Hawkins is an evil genius

With the genius in red text.

In March of this year I went to a bookstore, as I am wont to do. I saw The Abduction of Julia, by Karen Hawkins. I will never regret the money I spent on that book. After I finished it I discovered that I had lucked out, not only was it the first in of three linked books, but it was the first of all Miss Hawkins’ books.

After The Abduction of Julia, comes A Belated Bride and The Seduction of Sara. Then comes the five books of the Talisman Ring series featuring Sara’s five brothers, in order: An Affair To Remember, Confessions of A Scoundrel, How To Treat A Lady, And The Lady Wore Plaid, The Lady in Red.

This is where the evil genius part comes into it. Either Miss Hawkins is an amazing evil genius and had parts of the Hurst Amulet series in mind when she started the MacLean Curse series, or she’s just extremely clever and amazing, and put those parts together later on.

The first of the MacLean Curse books, How to Abduct A Highland Lord, is about Fiona Maclean and “Black” Jack Kincaid. Each chapter has a little epigraph, supposedly Old Woman Nora of Loch Lomond telling her “three wee granddaughters” about the MacLean’s family curse. The next four books of this series feature Fiona’s brothers as the heroes. (God bless Scotland!) Now remember Old Woman Nora’s three granddaughters? They’re the three Hurst sisters, descendants of the witch who cursed the MacLean family. Two of them are married, and into the MacLean family no less. The two eldest MacLean brothers marry the twin eldest Hurst sisters.

The Hurst Amulet series follows on from the MacLean Curse series. Much Ado About Marriage, a re-written, re-release set in Elizabethian times, gives a cursory look at the events that caused the MacLean Curse to come into existence (don’t break a witch’s heart and steal her amulet kids) and prequel to the Hurst Amulet series. Fia MacLean, the heroine marries Thomas Wentworth. Fia also achieves her dream of becoming a playwright, Fia also has a large dog, a horse and a rabbit – which poor Thomas has to drag across Scotland.

Now Michael Hurst goes looking for the Hurst Amulet (the one that a MacLean stole to get their family cursed) only her gets stuck as a “guest” in Egypt, until a box can be returned. Only he’s already sent said box to England for examination.

Mary Hurst the third Hurst sister gets her story in One Night in Scotland with the delicious, tormented Angus Hay, earl of Erroll. Angus is a friend, who Robert sent the box to, only a warning about thieves comes a little too soon and he thinks Mary is trying to steal it. Mary then hands the box onto her seafaring brother William.

William Hurst gets his story in a Scandal in Scotland. Marcail Beauchamp (a former flame) drugs William and steals the box. Unfortunately she’s already handed it on when William catches up to her. Marcail is an actress – she mentions that one of Shakespeare’s lesser performed plays is such because a trained dog, horse and rabbit are difficult to find.

Now we come to A Most Dangerous Proffession, Robert Hurst, is tracking down Moira MacAllister, who took the box from Marcail.

Currently Listening: The Story of Us – Taylor Swift

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Review: A Most Dangerous Profession

by Karen Hawkins

Rating: 9/10

proffesionRakish Robert Hurst must find the ancient onyx box his brother needs to win his freedom from the sulfi holding him captive. But Robert's not the only one hot on the trail of the ancient box -- so is beautiful and treacherous Moira MacAllister, the woman who - years before - tricked Robert into marriage and then vanished without a trace. Now she's back and desperate to get her hands on both the box and the one man she's always loved, but was forced to leave.

Can she win his trust once again? Can he resist her charms one more time? Only time, and love, will tell!

As detailed previously, this is the third in the Hurst Amulet series.

Robert Hurst is the latest sibling to hunt down the onyx boxes that the Hurst’s believe contain a map of some sort. Robert works for the Home Office, which means that he’s basically a spy.The book opens with Robert telling a banker that he won’t be getting any other London buyers to his auction (he sent all the invitees the same letter). A Mrs MacJames, is the banker’s assistant – the lovely, tricky Moira MacAllister (Hurst) in disguise, looking amongst the collection for another of the boxes. Moira escapes on horseback when Robert is talking to the banker. Yes, they not only have a past but they’re married.

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Book Review: Ballad

  A Gathering of Faerie

by Maggie Stiefvater

Rating: 9/10

Nuala is part muse, part psychic vampire. While the freedom to sing or write or create is denied her, her mark across history is unmistakable: a trail of brilliant poets, musicians, and artists who have died tragically young. She has no sympathy for their abbreviated life spans; every sixteen Halloweens she burns in a bonfire and rises from her ashes with no memories of what has come before other than the knowledge of how her end will come.
James is the best bagpiper in the state of Virginia—maybe in the country—plus he's young and good-looking: just Nuala's thing. But James, supremely confident in his own abilities and in love with another girl, becomes the first to ever reject Nuala's offer. He's preoccupied with bigger things than Nuala: an enigmatic horned figure who appears at dusk and the downward spiral of Dee, his girlfriend-who-isn't.
It becomes obvious to James that Nuala's presence, the horned king of the dead, and Dee's slow self-destruction are all related, and that Dee is the center of a deadly faerie game. While James struggles to unwind the tangled threads of the story, Nuala shadows him, seeing her conflicted, dual nature reflected back at her in him. She finds herself lending him inspiration for nothing. Not quite for nothing—for the hope of requited affection. But even as James begins to realize his feelings for both Dee and Nuala have changed, the sixteenth Halloween descends, with its bonfires and rituals for the dead, one deadly to Nuala and the other to Dee. James can only save one.

Ballad: A Gathering of Faerie is the second book of faerie by Maggie Stiefvater.

Ballad follows on from Lament, James, Deidre’s best friend from Lament and Dee are at Thornking-Ash a school for musically gifted. James is a bagpiper of the finest degree; however when he got to be the best, he quit competing.

Deidre is in a downward spiral after the events of Lament and misses Luke, James however is being trailed by Nuala who is fascinated by the only musician who ever says no; in part because he knows about faerie and in part because he knows the deal is not a good one.

Deidre is out of the picture in this book and when we finally get to really see her again, she is completely wrecked; the loss of Luke and James pulling away from her have destroyed her. That disappointed me.

However the story of James and Nuala is great, I found their love story adorable. James’ sarcasm and treatment of those around him, even Peter who he initially found annoying, was great. This really saved the story and in fact made it much better than Lament, but try to read Lament first

Currently listening: Don’t Trust Me – 3OH!3

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Book Review: Lament

  The Faerie Queen's Deception

by Maggie Stiefvater

Rating: 6/10
lamentSixteen-year-old Deirdre Monaghan is a painfully shy but prodigiously gifted musician. She's about to find out she's also a cloverhand—one who can see faeries. When a mysterious boy enters her ordinary suburban life, seemingly out of nowhere, Deirdre finds herself infatuated.
Trouble is, the enigmatic and conflicted Luke turns out to be a gallowglass—a soulless faerie assassin—and Deirdre is meant to be his next mark. Deirdre has to decide if Luke's feelings towards her are real, or only a way to lure her deeper into the world of Faerie.

Lament: The Faerie Queens’ Deception is the first novel by the bestselling author of Shiver and Linger. The novel is about Deidre, a gifted harpist.

Lament opens with Deidre totally wrecked with nerves and thinking that it’ll be better if she can just get to throw up.

Deidre is about to perform in a competition and she is going to play the Faerie Queen’s Lament. Luke Dillon who is totally cute shows up as Deidre is upchucking and he holds her back, which is what her best friend James usually does.

Luke challenges Deidre to perform differently and she ends up performing a duet with him (Luke is a flautist). Deidre is given an iron ring by her Granna, a key on a chain to wear by Luke as they both notice Deidre finding four-leaf clovers.

The fey in Lament are the typical, insanely beautiful kind, and they are cruel in a creepy uncaring way. They want to play with Deidre so They send her the clovers, because with some people the clovers just teach them how to see Them. Four-leaf clovers are used to see the fey, (you’re not supposed to say Faeries because it calls Their notice).

Deidre discovers she has telekinesis and a strange form of telepathy that causes her to gain Luke’s memories, in which she discovers he is the Faerie Queen’s assassin; he can touch iron so he can use it to kill Them.

Deidre is a cloverhand, which means she has energy (the telekinesis is a symptom) and this draws the fey to her. The Faerie Queen isn’t actually one of Them, she is the previous cloverhand and she uses Luke to kill off those who threaten her reign.

The Faerie Queen holds Luke’s soul and Deidre’s best friend over Deidre and she must fight to save her love and her life.

This is a good and sucks you in but it does end quickly and more reassurance that Luke and Deidre will be together would be nice.

Currently listening: Real Thing – Boys Like Girls

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Round 1 wrap-up


Richmond 13.6 (84) vs Carlton 14.20 (104)
Geelong 6.12 (48) vs St. Kilda 6.11 (47)
Collingwood 24.11 (155) vs Port Adelaide 12.8 (80)
Adelaide 16.9 (105) vs Hawthorn 12.13 (85)
Brisbane 14.8 (92) vs Fremantle 13.16 (94)
Essendon 16.17 (113) vs Western Bulldogs 8.10 (58)
Melbourne 11.18 (84) vs Sydney 11.18 (84)
West Coast 13.14 (92) vs North Melbourne 13.10 (88)
Gold Coast Suns: Bye      

Well the only team not to make a mistake was the Gold Coast, unless they actually showed up to play a week early. Heath Scotland’s 200th game had the best result a player could ask for; Carlton played well against Richmond, however their goal kicking accuracy has fallen, last year they were the most accurate team in the comp; the first quarter was a shocking display of kicking. Richmond had a few bright spots, their accuracy was excellent and last years Coleman Medallist Jack Riewoldt started 2011 with 6 goals for this years goal tally. The new substitute rule went into effect, Jarred Waite looked like he might have had a concussion so he was subbed out in the second quarter. This threw Carlton’s game and allowed Richmond to regain the lead but they sorted themselves out in the final quarter. Richmond also used their sub, on Nathan Foley who was suffering from a gastric virus, in the third quarter. Richmond did okay but had no real superstars. Carlton had many players give standout performances, Waite’s first half was excellent, Gibbs, Curnow Judd were also brilliant. For Richmond Riewoldt and Nahas shone.
The best game to watch this week was Geelong against St Kilda on Friday night. Geelong struggled against St Kilda early on. Skipper Cameron Ling was out with his hamstring still injured and Geelong had big difficulties kicking their first goal. Despite this and St Kilda dominating the first half of the game the game was low scoring and the difference was minimal early on. St Kilda finally improved their accuracy and pulled away by nearly 20 points. Selwood and Ray had a nasty collision in the first quarter and Selwood was subbed off. The Cats fought back in the third quarter and got within distance. The final quarter was hotly contested and Geelong’s sub Milburn kicked the winning goal with only 19 seconds left. Corey Enright played his 200th game and he played well, Bartel and Duncan for Geelong also played well. Dal Santo, Hayes and Montagna played well for St Kilda.
Port Adelaide played well and kept in the game but Collingwood dominated in the midfield early on and a series of back to back goals including one by Dane Swan on the siren at quarter time showed Collingwood were just too . Port’s Hitchcock was subbed in for Schultz with nine minutes left in the second after he went down with a knee injury. Collingwood are still in great form and it looks like a premiership hangover is not in the cards this year but we are only at round one so lets not get ahead of ourselves. Port fought back hard to get the margin back down from 58 points and kept Collingwood off the scoreboard for the first half of the third quarter but tired and allowed Collingwood to stretch the margin again and they were unable to get within range again. Port’s Cassisi and played well but were out shone by Collingwood’s Cloke, Dawes and .
Adelaide looked for a start to their 20th year (21st season) to be a repeat of their first, and an improvement on the travesty of last years start. Hawthorn having looked at their game plan over the break and tinkered with it looked to start their campaign with a win. Of interest was the match up between Phil Davis and Lance “Buddy” Franklin at Half Back/Forward and Nathan van Berlo’s performance as Adelaide’s sixth appointed captain. Hawthorn killed it in the first half and it looked like they were going home the winners. Smith was subbed on in the first 10 minutes when shortly after slotting Adelaide’s first goal Porplyzia left with a shoulder injury. A second half comeback was due to the Crows kicking more as well as Reilly, Vince, Sloane and Otten leading the charge. Davis worked hard on Franklin and came out evens partly due to Buddy’s inaccuracy (2.6). Hawthorn’s Mitchell, Burgoyne and Young were just outclassed.

I feel that Richmond and St Kilda are rely too much on the one player which in Richmond’s case is an improvement as the player in question seems more polite to his team members. Adelaide have improved but their ball handling is still not quite right. Port tried but just weren’t good enough but we may see more of what they’ve got against a lesser opponent. Hawthorn look like they will be dangerous this year. St Kilda and Geelong are still star teams but may struggle against Collingwood later in the year. Collingwood are still as good as ever but took a little to get back into it.

Reports and injuries:
This week Alex Rance was reported for rough conduct against Jarred Waite he received a 3 game suspension. Matthew Scarlett was reported for striking against Riewoldt he receives a 1 game suspension.* Players Farren Ray, Aaron Davey, Jarrad Waite, Luke McGuane, Mitch Morton, Jordan Lewis, Joel McDonald and Matt Rosa were given a match day report or involved in an incident and cleared by the Match Review Panel.
Jarred Waite received a concussion and is expected to be back in this week. Joel Selwood received a concussion and is expected to be out for 1 week (test). Jay Schultz injured his MCL (knee) and is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks. Jason Porplyzia injured his shoulder and is expected to be out for the near future. Rory Sloane broke his thumb and injured his jaw, and is expected to be out for 6 weeks. David Mackay injured his should and is expected to be out for 8-12 weeks. Jonathon Brown fractured his face and is expected to be out for 8 weeks. Luke Power injured his back and is expected to be out for 1 week (test). Brent Staker injured his ACL (knee) and is expected to be out for the rest of season. Chris Masten injured his knee and is expected to be out for 6 weeks. Mark LeCras injured his groin and is expected to be out for 7-10 weeks.

Round Two opens Friday night as St Kilda play Richmond at the MCG. Next week will be the first AFL game of the Gold Coast Suns, they play Carlton at the Gabba. The bye will be held by the Adelaide Crows.

*All reports based on early guilty pleas being entered

Currently Listening: Where the City Meets the Sea – The Getaway Plan

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Book Review: Bloodthirsty

by Flynn Meaney

Rating: 9/10


Some vampires are good. Some are evil. Some are faking it to get girls.

Fifteen-year-old Finbar Frame missed out in the gene-pool stakes to his twin brother Luke.

Finbar is tall, skinny, pale and pretty much allergic to the sun - and teenage girls don't appreciate Finbar's sensitive skin or his sensitive soul.

But at his new school Finbar seizes the opportunity to become a vampire! Or at least fake it... to get a date.

For all those who are sick of Team Edward and Team Jacob, this is a funny and interesting take on the vampire craze from the point of Finbar, a teenage boy.

Finbar didn’t get a great start in life, his parent named him Finbar which combined with the fact that he’s introspective and into reading, makes him a prime bully target. This would probably be okay except his twin brother not only has a normal name (Luke) he’s the star of the football team, tan, athletic, etc.

Now Luke is a pretty great brother as he makes every effort to include Fin, it’s just that he doesn’t feel all that comfortable with the idea of hanging out with the cool kids.

When Fin’s parents move him and his brother to New York he finds out he’s allergic to the sun and decides it’s high time he got a better friend than his mom. He cried watching The Notebook mostly because he realised he was watching The Notebook on a Friday night, with his mom.

On the subway Fin overhears three teenage girls espousing the virtues of vampires and he has an epiphany, all the things that make him a weird nerd make a vampire soooo hawt!!

Fin thus makes himself over to be a vampire, after researching he starts affecting the broody vampire way of life which goes surprisingly well as he has a different lunch hour to the people he meets so they don’t see him eat.

It’s a hilarious take on the vampire genre and it’s a great story, especially when he realises that his “being a vampire” has helped him to become a version of himself that he likes.

I’m hoping for a sequel after the novel ends with Luke having decided that he’s becoming a werewolf to impress a girl.

Currently listening: It's4u – Short Stack

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Book Review: The Cinderella Society

by Kay Cassidy

Rating: 7/10

thecinderellasocietyWhat’s a girl to do when the glass slipper fits, but she doesn’t want to wear it anymore?
Sixteen year old Jess Parker has always been an outsider.  So when she receives an invitation to join The Cinderella Society, a secret society of the most popular girls in school, it’s like something out of a fairy tale.  Swept up by the Cindys’ magical world of makeovers, and catching the eye of her Prince Charming, Jess feels like she’s finally found her chance to fit in.
Then the Wickeds–led by Jess’s arch-enemy–begin targeting innocent girls in their war against the Cindys, and Jess discovers there’s more to being a Cindy than reinventing yourself on the outside.  She has unknowingly become part of a centuries-old battle of good vs. evil, and now the Cindys in charge need Jess for a mission that could change everything.
Overwhelmed, Jess wonders if The Cinderella Society made a mistake in choosing her.  Is it a coincidence her new boyfriend doesn’t want to be seen with her in public?  And is this glamorous, secret life even what she wants, or will she risk her own happy ending to live up to the expectations of her new sisters?

Jess has recently moved, again, this time to her mum’s home town Mt. Sterling. Jess tried out for the cheerleading team just after moving, like she always does. When she made the team Lexy Steele the first alternate who had been a shoe-in got bumped.

Lexy really has it in for Jess who just wants to fit in. Jess gets an invite to the Cinderella Society which is all about empowering people and joins because it makes her feel like a part of the in-group. Jess gets a date with her crush, Ryan Steele, super-hottie and Lexy’s older brother after her make-over.

In-between the Cinderella Society, facing off against the Wickeds (represented by Lexy), Ryan and assuming the mantle of leadership Jess makes friends and leans about herself.

In the end Jess finally gets what the other Cindy’s have been trying to tell her and realises that she needs to accept herself for herself.

The story was great and I totally got where Jess was coming from, especially the thing about “cool” kids and invites to parties.

I am interested but not desperate to see what happens in the next book Cindy on a Mission, due out later this year.

Currently listening: Whoa – We The Kings

Sunday, 6 March 2011

Footy season!!

So footy season is baaack! Well right now we’re dealing with the NAB Cup which has the stupidest format in recent memory as far as I’m concerned.

11 extra games, two extra rounds and byes. This is the first time since 1994 that the AFL have had byes or a 24-round season. It’s expected to be the only season to have 17 teams. So people we’re a part of history, even the NAB Cup changed this year, the first time since 2003.

Anyway what I don’t get is the new bye system in place; for the first time since 1991 there is a bye in the AFL, c/o the new Gold Coast Suns. But some weeks three teams are on a bye. This means that for four weeks out of an entire year there will only be seven games. This enables the AFL to have “feature games”.

I think it means that we can give teams that don’t have appeal during the rivalry round such as Brisbane don’t have to play at all. However due to the addition of the new Gold Coast Suns we will have an extra 11 games in the season.

The NAB Cup Grand Final will be played next Friday 11th March.

The AFL season kicks off on Thursday 24th March with the fifth successive opening round clash of Richmond and Carlton.

Currently Listening: Turn It Off – Paramore

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Book Review: Firespell

by Chloe Neill

Rating: 8/10
As the new girl at the elite St. Sophia’s boarding school, Lily Parker thinks her classmates are the most monstrous things she’ll have to face…
When Lily’s guardians decided to send her away to a fancy boarding school in Chicago, she was shocked. So was St. Sophia’s. Lily’s ultra-rich brat pack classmates think Lily should be the punchline to every joke, and on top of that, she’s hearing strange noises and seeing bizarre things in the shadows of the creepy building.
The only thing keeping her sane is her roommate, Scout, but even Scout’s a little weird—she keeps disappearing late at night and won’t tell Lily where she’s been. But when a prank leaves Lily trapped in the catacombs beneath the school, Lily finds Scout running from a real monster.
Scout’s a member of a splinter group of rebel teens with unique magical talents, who’ve sworn to protect the city against demons, vampires, and Reapers, magic users who’ve been corrupted by their power. And when Lily finds herself in the line of firespell, Scout tells her the truth about her secret life, even though Lily has no powers of her own—at least none that she’s discovered yet…
Firespell is the first novel of the Dark Elite by Chloe Neill. I really liked it, there was magic, friendship and a creepy boarding school. There was also hot guys. What’s not to like? Well when I read it there was still six months until the second book (Hexbound) came out.
This is well written and rings true, the novel is well paced and smart. Firespell is funny and it can be read as a stand alone or you can read Hexbound (my plans) and discover what happens next.
Ok so we have Lily, whose parents have dumped her in Chicago to go on a poetry sabbatical in Germany. So far so sucky.
Lily get’s to be roommates with Scout (not her real name) who is awesome and friendly which is all win for Lily. Scout pretty much disappears the second that school finishes to go “exercise” which is code for fighting the forces of evil AKA Reapers. Lily, patient soul that she is takes about two weeks before she realises Scout isn’t coming clean and follows her. Unfortunately for her she finds her, in the middle of a battle with the forces of evil. Lily gets hit and Scout is finally allowed to spill on her exercise regime.
Scout’s a magic user. Magic users are pretty awesome until they turn 25 or so, then they no longer have the energy and have to harvest it from others, magic user or regular human being, doesn’t matter which.
Things escalate from there, culminating in a battle with the Reapers or as they call themselves, the Dark Elite.
Currently listening: This Is Our Town – We The Kings

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Drama Llama

I love my mum really, but after three months I don’t like her much at the moment. So I came back for uni two weeks early.

Unfortunately because of a vehicular collision between our car and a truck (the only casualty was the car) I’m also carless. Which means that I got hours of “one on one” time with mum, fun! not.

And I get to travel on the bus system, everywhere.