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where did all these books come from?

I read shit. Sometimes I want to talk about it, most of the time I don't. It's called laziness.

Currently reading

American Gods
Neil Gaiman
The Shadow of Death: The Hunt for a Serial Killer
Philip E. Ginsburg
Goth Craft: The Magickal Side of Dark Culture
Raven Digitalis
The Feast of All Saints
Anne Rice
Mockingjay - Suzanne  Collins A great ending for a brilliant series. I might have had bits and pieces spoiled to me beforehand, but the emotional tug and pull was still strong. I'm sad it's over, of course. But at the same time I'm happy with how it ended. It seemed fitting, real.
Supernatural: John Winchester's Journal - Alex Irvine This books offers little tidbits of information into the childhood of the boys. It gives you an insight into John's mind which you don't really get much in the show. It enjoyed that and the monster lore mixed through out. The entries about Mary were all of course heart wrenching.
The Red-Haired Girl from the Bog: The Landscape of Celtic Myth and Spirit - Patricia Monaghan The description of Ireland in this book is amazing. You can almost breath in the smells and see the sites yourself. It makes you want to walk over the hills and mountains and along the old roads, listening to ancient stories.
Catching Fire - Suzanne  Collins Love it.

Catching Fire was just as good as the Hunger Games. Katniss's indecision annoyed me at times, but they made her seem more real. Not some super girl but someone who's human and stuck in a situation that no one should be in. Especially not a seventeen year old girl. Suzanne Collins is a wonderful writer and expresses her character's emotions in a clear and concise way. It's hard to find a good sequel these days, Catching Fire pulls that off nicely.