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No really, Rebecca is a retelling of Jane Eyre

One of my favorite things is modern reimaginings of classic works, even if I don’t particularly like the original classic work. For example, I’m not a huge fan of the Brontes (sorry), but Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is my … Continue reading

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In defense of Twilight…again

Ok, so I reread the Twilight books recently because I wanted to stop thinking. It didn’t work. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: these books suck. Characters are poorly developed, if at all. The dialogue tastes like … Continue reading

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Say what you will about her writing abilities, Stephanie Meyer does know her shit

“It’s a killer, Bella. Look at yourself.” [] “The fetus isn’t compatible with her body. Too strong, for one thing, but she could probably endure that for a while. The bigger problem is that it won’t allow her to get … Continue reading

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Twilight Apology

I had the displeasure of seeing the (thankfully) final Twilight film last night. Make no mistake about it, I think the books and the movies are crap. They are poorly written and poorly acted. That being said, I don’t think … Continue reading

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