So, I finished reading The Retribution Of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin about a month ago. Personally, I liked the book. It was a good conclusion to the Mara Dyer trilogy. I will say this though: the epilogue of this book reminded me of the epilogue in the last book of the Wildefire trilogy by Karsten Knight. The reason I say that is because both epilogues say that the entire trilogy was the “truth” but written as if it were fiction. Anyway, I still had a few questions about the book. I’ll list them below.What happened to Stella, Noah’s dad, the professor, and Mara’s grandmother?
What about Mara’s legal troubles, post-killing-of-Jude? Was she able to claim self-defense?
I can’t really remember how I found this list but I have to say that I would like to add at least one more person to the list. I would like to add Peyton List. I originally saw her on an episode of Moonlight and remembered her because of her eyes when I recently watched The Tomorrow People. I personally find her eyes to be extremely striking and memorable.
I usually get e-mails from BuddyTV to get my updates on TV shows, and I happened to find this in one of the e-mails. I have to agree with a few of them. I would love have drinks with Hetty, Abby, Neal Cassady, Diggle, and J.T.
I can’t remember when or where I saw this but I have to agree. I think that people like Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown, etc. are bad role models for preteen and teenagers.
I can’t remember when I read this post, but I find it to be so interesting. I never really thought about why each group of instruments were placed where they were in an orchestra or a band. But after reading the post, it makes sense.
I can’t remember exactly when I read this blog post, but after reading it, I had to laugh to myself. I feel the same way about my book and DVD collection. If anyone should ever put one of my books or DVDs out of place, I get a bit pissed off. I think I’m one of those people who live by the saying of “a place for everything and everything in its place.”
You know, I was re-watching the first season of Once Upon A Time, and just watched the episode The Stableboy. I was just thinking after watching that episode and watching the episode from the second season where it explains Cora’s backstory…Why would Cora want Regina to marry Snow White’s father and become queen when Regina was a princess in her own right and was probably going to get her own throne? Because to me, it doesn’t make sense. To me, it makes more sense for Cora to have stopped what she was doing with Regina once Cora married the king and had Regina.