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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Utopia

A land rid of phobias,
Would be the norm in my Utopia,

No trees are felled,
Neither thoughts nor opinions quelled,
The land is safe,
It’s one that’s lacking any waifs

Everybody has a home,
 And nothing is in monochrome,
If terrorists didn’t exist,
That would be my eternal bliss

Racism is a thing of the past,
There is no prejudice related to castes,
Equality is the rule,
There’s no way that you can be cruel

Happiness prevails
No need for untruthful tales,
The quality of everything would be divine,
On the land of my “cloud nine”

Everybody would be nice,
In my heavenly paradise

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Monday, February 1, 2016

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Hey everyone! I'm finally back with some more blog posts for you. This post will be all about a book called "Carry On" by Rainbow Rowell. It's a sequel of sorts to her book, "Fangirl". The main characters of "Fangirl" are obsessed with a series called "Simon Snow". Simon Snow didn't exist, until Rainbow Rowell wrote "Carry On". You don't have to read Fangirl to understand Carry On, because it's a great book both as a sequel and as an individual.

The book is a fantasy, and revolves around a magical world. Similar to Harry Potter, the book's main character,  Simon Snow , was raised in a non-magical world, The difference however, between the two books, is that in Simon's world, living in a non-magical world and being magical is not possible.
 Although the book draws many references to old-fashioned lifestyles, it also includes it's very own modern touches. Each character has their own amount of depth, nevertheless, depth  is not lacking in any main character. Some seem evil, and others good, some happy and others melancholy, but the truth is revealed spectacularly in the end.
 I am not a huge fan of the way the book ended, but it certainly made sense. For fear of spoiling this book for you, I will now stop writing. I hope you enjoy!
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