A story about "Kalte Sonne" — 6 years ago
sven friedrich is my lover.
kellycatastrophe hasn't consumed anything recently.
sven friedrich is my lover.
i am constantly consuming this.
just like tammy faye bakker. i am obsessed.
i believe it has taken over my life!
i enjoyed this book to an extent. i did like the idea of susie’s heaven and how she perceived it, and all of that stuff. but i do agree with some comments prior to me that after about halfway through the book, you realize that there is nothing left for the narrator to tell… it’s all filler.
i have just started reading this, and having read the lovely bones prior, i’m well aware of sebold’s style of writing. so it’s easy for me to follow. but it incites a type of fear in me, just as ‘bones’ did. as a woman, this happening is frightening.
i’ve had a hard time reading it only because the 1st couple of chapters seems so brutal.
i don’t know if a person can “enjoy” a book like this, but i certainly was enthralled with it. i first picked it up at a thrift store not knowing much about it. i just kind of skimmed through it and threw it in my basket.
after a few months of letting it collect dust on my bookshelf, i pulled it down and started reading it and didn’t stop all night. the book put me in some kind of spell and i felt like i was sucked into this world with jeremiah and sarah and the evil grandparents. it almost had the same affect on me as my vc andrews books did when i was a little girl!
jt leroy, whether his memoirs are true are not, is a talented writer regardless. shocking as the book is, it’s closer to any truth than most memoirs will come to – whether the truth is actually leroy’s to tell or not.
i really enjoyed this book and really related to it on a level because i worked at a preschool in a suburb right outside of nyc.
this is my favorite him album to date and i don’t think any other albums have come close to this one.
everyday when i’m at work, i wonder what i’m going to have for lunch. i work right next to a sushi place and i just know i’m going to go in there for their lunchbox special that includes the best miso soup ever known to man (or to me, rather). it’s so delicious and has the yummiest little pieces of scallions in it. mmm! it comes free with my lunch and i enjoy every last drop of it. :)
the last time i watched this was a little while ago when i found the vhs at a flea market in west virginia. i was so thrilled! i know practically every single word to this damn movie. it was a favorite of mine ever since i was a little girl. well, i got my boyfriend to watch it (for the first time) and he was highly annoyed at the fact that i knew all the words and just had to recite them!
still my favorite!