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Review of FIENDISH

Fiendish is a book by Brenna Yovanoff that takes you along on an adventure from the viewpoint of Clementine DeVore. Clementine has been trapped in her cellar for a decade, roots keeping her silenced for all these years and forgotten by those once close to her.

The way Yovanoff writes Clementine’s perspective on time passing by is one of my favorite parts of the book, how she explains that it all just becomes one great big blur. It was interesting to read and the way she wrote it caught my attention and got me interested in the book.  

When Clementine is unearthed by a boy named Eric Fisher you get to know how she’s feeling about this change, the fact that the world is no longer the same place she knew ten years ago. Clementine struggles to adjust to this new world with her cousin Shiny helping her along as she goes. 

The book is an amazing adventure showing the tension between characters, families, and the relationships between them. I was always waiting for another Clementine and Fisher moment because the way Yovanoff writes Clementine’s feeling for Fisher is fantastic and had me waiting for them to speak again. 

Overall, this book is a must read! It’s fun, quite creepy, and original. By the end you’ll be asking for more!






The brief was to portray Disney princesses enjoying a little tea party but they all had to be portrayed the same age as their respective movies (for example Snow White would be 75 years old, Aurora 53, Belle 21, Rapunzel 2 etc). ”

ok that’s actually pretty cool

I like this. I like it a lot.

This is the first time I’ve actually seen a piece of disney artwork like this.

I will always reblog this









did you hear about the italian chef who died?

he pasta way

he just ran out of thyme

here today, gone tomato

his wife is still upset, cheese still not over it

we never sausage a tragedy coming

ashes to ashes, crust to crust

there’s just not mushroom for italian chefs in today’s world

(Source: sofunnyimcryan)


That moment when you realize that a fictional twelve-year-old explained equality perfectly. If Aang had split the melon in half, Momo would have had too much and Appa wouldn’t have had enough. Instead, they both have the amount they needed to be equally full. Equality is not about giving an equal amount support. It’s about giving the necessary amount of support to have an equal outcome.

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