One, and it was for school. I read Antigone, and I enjoyed it. I liked how complex the story is, and it incorporates so many developments in a very short amount of text. I would not read this text for myself, but I do enjoy it because it provokes fascinating discussions.
I stayed up until 2 a.m. yesterday reading the first story. Surprisingly, I enjoy this foray into Four's perspective much more than in Allegiant.
On the Blog
We had some reviews this week! First, I adore Torn Away by Jennifer Brown. I bawled and it hurts, but it's just a book that is so underrated and is definitely worth reading.
We're at college, so Mari and I compiled our version of college reading lists!
Mari also reviewed Queen of Someday, which is a book I enjoyed more than she did which is always sad.
And for Mari's WoW, she picked Red Queen, which at the very least has an epic cover.
The Week That Was
Routine is starting to settle in. I've finally found a source of books (a million thank yous should be sent to Mari) and I've had a week of class. School is intensive, but it seems manageable right now. I guess the hard thing is now doing well in school. Note taking and organization are turning out to be such important skills.
Song of the Week
So recently, I seem to be very into electro! Here's a more "hard" sound that still has great melodies, and I love how you can totally lose yourself in the music of this song. It sounds different from other songs too, which is always important because a lot of drops sound very similar. It's Error Code by Case & Point.