Tag Archives | boy meets girl
Read originally 19/07/2010. Reread June 2014 On my reread I enjoyed it just as much as the first time round, […]
Posted on 13 June 2014 | By Fence | Leave a response
My boyfriend is a monster #1. Illustrated by Janina Garrissen. In St. Petersberg High School, Florida Dicey Bell is looking […]
Posted on 20 February 2012 | By Fence
IMDb Watched as part of this year’s Once Upon a Time Quest On-Screen I’d say almost everyone knows the plot […]
Posted on 27 April 2011 | By Fence | 8 responses
by Raymond Radiguet translated by Christopher Moncrieff
Although the 1930′s mini challenge has come to an end, when I spotted this book at work I thought it might fit, and wanted to read more books of that time. Of course then I read the details and discovered that it was actually written earlier than that… Oh well
The devil in the flesh created quite a bit of a scandal when it was published, semi-autobiographical, the author wrote it from the age of sixteen to eighteen, after his own affair with a married woman. And that, my dears, is the central theme to this book. In fact, it is the end all and the be all of everything in this book. Our 15/16 year old narrator’s affair with a married woman. And I found that incredibly off-putting.
Posted on 20 August 2010 | By Fence
Okay, so for those of you who have been wise enough to avoid all the Twilight nonsense, here is a […]
Posted on 12 July 2010 | By Fence | 5 responses
I wriggled my toes, enjoying the feel of the warm sand trickling like fine baby powder between them.
Callum and Sephy have grown up together, best friends, and now in their teens maybe their friendship is developing into something more. But there is a problem, Callum is a Nought, and Sephy is a Cross, and the two don’t mix, not in this world. But there are moves towards progress and integration, or at least hopes of that in the future; for the first time noughts will be allowed into Sephy’s school, and Callum is one of the four that managed to pass the entrance exams. He will be allowed in, but he knows that it will be difficult, Sephy is more innocent. She’s just glad they’ll be able to spend more time together. Neither knows just how hard it is going to be, and all that is before the bomb goes off.
Posted on 28 June 2010 | By Fence | 2 responses
Author: Carrie Ryan
Sequel to The forest of hands and teeth
All her life Gabrielle has grown up sheltered by the Barrier. It protects the town of Vista from the Mudo, the zombies, or the unconsecrated. But one night she allows herself to be persuaded that sneaking out, just once, couldn’t do any harm. That there are so few of the Mudo around that they’ll be fine. And Catcher is there, the boy she fancies. But that decision costs the teenagers dear. Some are killed, others turned or infected, and the rest face punishment for risking the whole town. Apart from Gabry, she wasn’t caught, at least not physically, but now she has to face up to the reality of her situation.
Posted on 16 May 2010 | By Fence | 4 responses
I didn’t like this film. Not at all. Well, maybe that is a slight lie, cause bits of it were […]
Posted on 7 December 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
IMDb ; OtherReviews David Kepesh, sometime narrator of this film, is an ageing lecturer. Or an ageing Tom Cat, going […]
Posted on 13 September 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
A Modern Tale of Faerie ISBN: 0689860420 Read for the Once Upon A Time challenge. See also: About Holly Black […]
Posted on 25 May 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
Enchanted is the story of Giselle, who meets her true love, Prince Edward after he rescues her from a troll. […]
Posted on 18 December 2007 | By Fence | 4 responses
Locked in darkness that surrounded me like a coffin, I had nothing to distract me from my memories. Vivid recollections waited to ambush me whenever my mind wandered.
The monarchy of Ixia has recently been overthrown by Commander Ambrose and is now ruled by the Code of Behaviour. Punishments are absolute; there is no leeway or excuse that will save you if you break the rules, whether you simply didn’t wear the correct uniform or killed someone. So Yelena expects nothing but a hanging after she killed the son of a high ranking General. But she is offered a slight chance when she is given the choice of either accepting her hanging or becoming the food-taster for the Commander. She accepts the position, and so is poisoned to ensure her loyalty, she’ll need access to the antidote that only Valek, the Commander’s second-in-command can provide.