“Only in art were there cliches; never in nature. There were no ordinary human beings. Everybody was born with surprise inside.”
― Jincy Willett,
Ha! I totally did not plan for that title by the way. It came to me naturally… I was inspired.
“No matter what I say or do, I’m still me. The things I feel, the things I do, being a vampire, being a man … when all those things come together they make up “me.” But I’m none of these things taken separately.”
The Young Lady’s Chauffeur by Ishihara Keiko
“We are closest to each other as if it’s second nature. He’s the person I’ve called out to the most. I’ve never had to give a name to our relationship.”
A challenge to summarize the book in one sentence, and also to poke fun at it. Think of it as a one-liner roast.
— The Awkward Book Blogger
“Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back.” ― John Green
In more ways than one, it all started with a book. Continue reading “Tokyo Ghoul by Sui Ishida: It all started with a book”
Currently reading: Chihayafuru and Haikyuu!!
Hopefully my next update is me starting on my TBR manga – namely, One Piece and Tokyo Ghoul. But let’s not jinx it and see what happens next week. Happy reading everyone!
Genre(s): Drama, Josei, Romance, School Life, Slice of Life, Sports
Latest: Chapter 187-190
It has been so long since I read the last chapter update before this one that I momentarily forgot that I had been following this manga. But a recent update with four chapters showed up in my notifs so yep, here I am indulging in the sports genre.
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“Fantasy is escapist, and that is its glory. If a soldier is imprisoned by the enemy, don’t we consider it his duty to escape? If we value the freedom of mind and soul, if we’re partisans of liberty, then it’s our plain duty to escape, and to take as many people with us as we can!” ― J.R.R. Tolkien
When student life drags you but you still want to read Shingeki no Kyojin all over but don’t have time for it, you end up reading the related ones. Those completed manga with only two volumes worth of feels and backstory (because I somehow feel that the whole SNK is a whole backstory in itself). A spin-off and a gaiden (side story) featuring Annie and Mikasa in Lost Girls; and Levi and Erwin Smith in the Birth of Levi.
Did I mention that those two in the cover below are my favorite Attack on Titan characters? NO? Well, I’m telling you that I have a soft spot for these battle-hardened badass characters. I feel a bit sad that they don’t have much interaction in the original storyline what with one of them being in the Military Police and the other in Survey Corps. Come to think of it, IF…
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