The Overgrown Bat – Severus Snape

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Severus Snape was not my favourite character from the Harry Potter series. He was scounful, bitter and unempathetic. Sure towards the end of the series, a few glimpses into his past offered some reasoning towards his current demeanor but excercising contempt on the child of someone who bullied him in the past is juvenile. Emphasis on ‘CHILD‘! A grown up who served Dumbledore as a rogue agent under the Dark Lord settled to exert his time on bullying young children. Poor Neville Longbottom, Continue reading

I never knew daylight could be so violent

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by Robert Steinberg and John Scharffenberger

by Robert Steinberg and John Scharffenberger

Assignments and a busy schedule leave no room to process anything. Sleep deprived and the usual problems everywhere aren’t helping. Fast food everyday isn’t making things better. Hopefully in the coming weeks with submissions on the go, the load shall reduce. Milkshakes, noodles and rice to go. Gotta be there for friends.

Something to look forward to, Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’ is going to release. Set in Italy yet again, promises a good read. The excerpt of the first chapter was convincing. Though think there’s hardly going to be any time at all to spare. Craving Apple strudels now. Wondering about the many recipe’s I can try with only a microwave at hand. Too busy to bother myself with paranoid thoughts, though always find time to be there for a friend. Continue reading

Never trust a Fat Chef, he’s eating your food..

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so in terms, speak that which is false and taste the bitterness.

so in terms, speak that which is false and taste the bitterness.

The amusements everywhere. I picked up another book, cause the title “estonians, tastes and traditions” intrigued me. Continue reading

The Perks of being a Wallflower

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This book by Stephen Chbosky was suggested to me by a dear friend, who thought I would relate to it, just like she did. I was intrigued by the simplicity used to portray the thoughts of the main character, Charlie in the form of letters to anonymous.

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Unlike other books that create unnecessary drama, the perks of being a wallflower stays grounded and reminds me that there are nice people out there.

As per the movie, its cute and adorable, a league separate from the book, where the characters come alive with Ezra Miller and Logan Lerman and of course  Emma Watson, who sort of steals the show. If I hadn’t read the book, I would have still understood and enjoyed every bit of the movie like so many of my friends have.

A reminder that all works of literature don’t have to be long, elaborate and complex to be valued.