like no joke. I really do. I don’t know why exactly.
But I’ve read it twice and I just don’t get it. I like books to be either a syntaxical adventure or to have profound emotional impact on me. I can’t really get either of those from The Great Gatsby. I just don’t know what is supposed to be so appealing about it.
If anyone wants to explain why they like it, that would be awesome.
I am going to be SO TONED.
A bit late yeah, but I think this is a good one.
Is it weird that I think everything will turn out just fine, but am still paralyzed by fear when I think of the future?
I saw a quote from him on a tumblr I follow. So I put Looking For Alaska on my booklist. So today I was at the store and I bought that and (not remembering the titles of his other books and seeing a buy 2 get 1 free deal,) Will Grayson, Will Grayson. I just finished Looking for Alaska.
I need to read everything by John Green.
Just a few of Frank Sinatra’s fans
I kinda love that right there in front of the line are Asian Americans from the 40s, wearing totally awesome dresses and cardigans.
I mean, you never see people of other ethnicities in old photos.
IT’S REALLY IMPORTANT THAT I HAVE MORE FOLLOWERS THAN CATE. PLEASE FOLLOW ME. (i’m not even going to put in her tumblr url cause you shouldn’t follow her.)