Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
BooksAndTea97

BooksAndTea97

Joined October 2018

Future scientist// Citizen of Earth since 1997//I Love Fantasy! Blog: https://booksandt.home
reading now icon
Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

I absolutely adored this romance novel. Characters in Talia Hibbert's books are everything. I love how they all have their own little problems and how no one is perfect, but still they manage to grow a little bit till the end of each story.

There is a trigger warning for grief and as a person who is still struggling moving on after the death of a loved one I found it really well written.

I think this might be my all-time favourite romance.

review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

I finished this. Finally.
I love it.
I mean, Aciman quotes Wuthering Heights... I couldn't not love it after that.

Do I recommend it?
No.
It is a bit disturbing/creepy.
Elio's head is not a place you want to be in.
But.. I like my characters odd/flawed.

#JuneReads #MovieNext

Suet624 I like my characters that way too. 2y
21 likes1 comment
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

@Sace this is a great idea! Thank you for creating this hashtag. Can't wait to check out other Litten's blogs ^^
I'm so late to the party, but here is mine:
Blog: https://booksandt.home.blog/
Litsy: BooksAndTea97
Twitter: @booksandt1
Ig: @booksandtea97
GR: Tea

#ThisIsMyBlog #blogger

wildwoodreads Just followed! 💕 2y
15 likes2 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

A new post on my blog if you want to check it out.
I'm a bit bitter in this one haha.

#bookblogger #newpost #blog

blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

This book is so good and so well written. I found out about it through Blackout buddyread on Twitter and I am so happy I did.
I was aware about the situation in the USA and I can say that I know a thing or two about it's history even though I never set my foot there, but this book gave me a lot of new information. I expected it to be more aggressive but it's not. It's really a good book depicting inequality in the USA.
I highly recommend it.

17 likes1 stack add
blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

New on my blog :D

I don't consider myself to be a huge fan of graphic novels. However, recently I decided to give them a chance and picked up some and now - I'm in love. I wrote about some of my favourites and the tagged book which is so fun. You can check out Calin's work on Instagram. She creates those funny relatable 4-panels comics. I love them.

https://booksandt.home.blog/2020/05/28/lets-talk-about-graphic-novels/

#bookblogger #newpost

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Vicious | Victoria Schwab
post image

This just in: I have a book to read for the weekend!

This beauty just arrived and I did not expect this beautiful cover. When I ordered it the cover was the ugly one (it's not actually ugly, but the font over the cover just makes me mad so I had a hard time deciding if I want to order it - I do judge a book by its cover :/)

P.S. is it just me or did the Bookdepository packaging got a lot better in the last year?
#bookhaul #tbr

15 likes1 stack add
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

Looking forward for this month's #24b4monday hosted by @SumisBooks @Andrew65 and @jb72 .

I'm hoping to tackle a lot of books this weekend since my summer finals are in June.
I can't believe it's almost summer - doesn't feel like it here. It rains all the time and I feel as if I live in Forks #Twilight - still reading that one.

Anyway, I'm really excited about this readathon. I need to check which books I have available. Any good suggestions?

Andrew65 Great to have you with us, thanks for reposting. 😊👍 2y
12 likes1 comment
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Twilight | Stephenie Meyer
post image

Rereading Twilight... It's been ten years since I first read it and I just got so nostalgic. I hope I don't hate it (a lot) now that I'm not in my early teens.

I never noticed before but the original covers do not have the shadows over the apple right? I don't know how I never paid any attention. I love it. It goes so well with the story...

blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

I can not believe I did not post an image of what I consider to be the most beautiful (recently bought) book on my shelf.

This is a minimalism at its finest.
#bookhaul #beautifulbooks

16 likes1 stack add
blurb
BooksAndTea97
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
post image

It's the next day. #24B4Mondey and #Deweys24HourReadathon are over.
Here is my progress: For the 24hour Readathon I finished the Hunger Games (I still love it), read a bit of the Idiot and started athe audiobook of If We Were Villains.
But as Sunday came to its end I finished If We Were Villains(not bad, but I'm not a huge Shakespeare fan so I'm not the target audience for it)
I read for about 16 hours on the weekend, 12 for Deweys Readathon.

Bookwormjillk Great job 🎉🎉🎉 2y
22 likes1 comment
blurb
BooksAndTea97
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
post image

My little pile for the #deweys24hourreadathon
I'm hoping to finish the Idiot.. I'm reading that book really slowly for like a month. And also rereading The Hunger Games. I'm hoping to finish these since that'll also mean that I finished all 12 O.W.L.s for the Magical Readathon 💪

Are you participating?
I completely forgot that it's #24B4Monday this weekend, but it kind of works and I can participate even though I'm a day behind.

Andrew65 That‘s great 😊👍 2y
21 likes1 comment
blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

https://booksandt.home.blog/2020/04/16/magical-readathon-o-w-l-s-2020-weeks-1-an...

I finally wrote another blog post. Here I'm writing about my progress on the Magical Readathon. Please check it if you'd like. I tried to keep it short haha

#bookblogger #magicalreadathon

blurb
BooksAndTea97
The Miniaturist | Jessie Burton
post image

One of the books on my Reading Rush TBR for the stay at home readathon.
I bought this one only because the cover is so pretty like more than five years ago. I need to read it.

Also, I need a good recommendation for a funny book since that is the only prompt that I don't have a book for. Please recommend something short and funny; it can be a short stories collection, regular novel, graphic novel... Anything.

#aprilTBR #readathon

review
BooksAndTea97
The Family Upstairs | Lisa Jewell
post image
Pickpick

This was such a good psychological thriller!
It's not on the same level of greatness but it reminds me so much of The Roanoke Girls and I love them both for their darkness.
There is a dual timeline and 3 POVs. It shifts between past and present but it is written nicely and it is not hard to follow. I picked both ebook and audio on Scribd and I can recommend both formats.
It's not for everyone. Content warning: domestic abuse, pedophilia, drugs...

blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

I fell asleep last night before I posted it.
So here is my final time for the readathon.
I'm really happy with it, I managed to complete three books and I have made a huge progress on A Name in the Dark.
#24b4monday

blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

I think I'm done for today.
Second day of #24B4Monday is almost finished and this is my progress so far. I've finished A Simple Favor and Clockwork Angel (I was halfway through this one) and I'm a third into The Mystery of the Blue Train.
I will try to read tomorrow as much as I can, but I doubt it I will get much reading done since I'm pretty busy tomorrow.
All in all I'm really happy with my time.

Andrew65 Great time 👏👏👏🙌 2y
BooksAndTea97 @Andrew65 yes thank you :) 2y
14 likes2 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
The Kiss Quotient | Helen Hoang
post image

After so much inactivity I've decided to finally write a new post.. I tried to keep my emotions in control haha.
#bookblogger

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Idiot | Fyodor Dostoyevsky
post image

Homemade cinnamon latte and my book. It does wonders for my nerves.

Slowly making progress with this one but I'm loving it so far.

#ABookAndCoffee #MarchReads

Velvetfur I loved that book, it's so funny 😁 2y
BooksAndTea97 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks yeah.. better than Starbucks xD @Velvetfur yes it is ^^ I'm really enjoying it so far. 2y
13 likes4 comments
review
BooksAndTea97
Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo
post image
Pickpick

This is so dark and nothing like other Bardugo's work. I loved it and I can not wait for the sequel.
If you plan to read it check out the trigger warning.
The interview at the end of the audiobook was really cool I love it when they do that.

#MarchReads #ILoveIt

CaitlinR I loved this one too. 2y
BooksAndTea97 @CaitlinR finaly someone that likes it. I see a lot of hate/dislike :/ 2y
Heideschrampf @BooksAndTea97 BooksAndTea97 what? I couldnt imagine why! I enjoyed it. Though it is my only bardugo. You wrote the others were very different? Will i not like them if i really lived this one? 2y
BooksAndTea97 @Heideschrampf well the others are more of a fantasy set in a world a bit different from ours. I liked them as well but I think I like this one a bit more. Six of Crows is a really good duology, it's a bit more action packed than Ninth House.I think I would recommend you to give her other books a try. Bardugo is a good writer. 2y
Heideschrampf Good! I don't mind a more fantastic setting. Thanks! 2y
27 likes5 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Clockwork Angel | Cassandra Clare
post image

Rereading a favourite.
TID is my favourite Cassandra Clare series. The characters are all so loveable and who can resist Victorian London?
I decided to revisit this world and read this trilogy before I get my hands on Chain of Gold.

What are your current reads?
#MarchReads #Favourite

review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

So I've been scrolling my feed here on Litsy and I can not believe that I have not mentioned this book at all.

It's March and that means one thing: Women's History Month.
I haven't read many good adult books this year so I've decided to mention an old favourite.
This is one of my all-time favourites ever since I've read it last year. Celeste Ng is amazing and her characters feel so real.
What's your favourite *modern day female writer?

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Idiot | Fyodor Dostoyevsky
post image

Hello my friends, I hope you're good.

The world is crazy right now. Try to remain positive and surround yourself with something familiar and a couple of good books if possible.

Since we've switched to online classes, I'm at home with my mum and our lovely plants reading amazing Russian literature.

Stay safe, stay home. ❤️

review
BooksAndTea97
Saga, Vol. 3 | Brian K. Vaughan
post image
Pickpick

Wow I did not know these were so good...gross and gory and vulgar... But so good.
I absolutely love the art style. Everything is really beautiful. And all the different species remind me of Doctor Who (and old Sci-Fi). It's just so different. I love it.

Trigger warning: it is extremely graphic! There's a lot of sex and violence.

#MarchReads #GraphicNovel

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

Just picked this one up from Netgalley. I really hope it's good. I'm really in the mood for a graphic novel.. plus there is Agatha Christie haha
#arc #netgalley #upnext

review
BooksAndTea97
The Queen of Nothing | Holly Black
post image
Pickpick

I love it.
I love it so much.
I want more.

Cardan my baby ❤️

(I've missed being in love with a fictional character xD)
#FebruaryReads #favorite #inlove

blurb
BooksAndTea97
The Three Musketeers | Alexander Dumas
post image

It's #TomeTopple time.
I love this read-a-thon so much since I usually tend to avoid those big books and this is a perfect time for me to focus on them (I do keep a shorter book near if I get discouraged so I can read it quickly and motivate myself)

Since Feb is black history month I decided to include this book on my TBR.
I'm still having thoughts on my TBR but I'll put my current in the comment.

This will be fun. Are any of you participating?

BooksAndTea97 My Tbr: The three musketeers (as I already mentioned), Obsidio, Game of Thrones and 3y
12 likes1 comment
review
BooksAndTea97
Empire of Storms | Sarah J Maas
post image
Mehso-so

At this point I'm only reading this series to torture myself.

I cannot explain my love/hate with these books. I love the world the magic and I hate the characters. I think this would have been so much better if some other author wrote it. I'm so sick of the need to put every character in a romantic relationship and of the fact that everyone worships Aelin the firebrithing-whiny queen....
This could have been so good.
#februaryreads

review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

First thing first: look at that cover.
Secondly. I am in love with the fairy realms and Holly Black is the queen of fairies. (She's not that good with vampires - just saying)

The beging was a bit slow and I found it hard to invest myself into reading this, but after a couple of chapters once the action started I could not put this down.

After reading so much manga and Agatha Christie lately I'm so happy to have read this.
#februaryreads #inlove

20 likes2 stack adds
review
BooksAndTea97
Warcross | Marie Lu
post image
Pickpick

The story is interesting.
You might find it a bit predictable, since I guessed all the major plot twists correctly. But it is entertaining.

The only thing I truly hate is the romance. I mean why did Marie Lu had to write romance into this. That is the only thing that bothered me. It was really unbelievable.

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

Happy New Year everyone!
I hope you are spending time with your loved ones and are happy! I wish you all the best.

2019 was not my favourite year, not even close and I'm happy it's over. But new year is here and I hope it will be a merry one.

Again my lovelies, I wish you all the best. Sending you some virtual hugs.❤️

#happynewyear #best #wishes

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Inferno: A Novel | Dan Brown
post image

Why did someone approve text this tiny?!
Just started reading Inferno, but... I think my eyes are gonna hurt.

review
BooksAndTea97
The Vanishing Stair | Maureen Johnson
post image
Pickpick

I'm just wishing for book three right now.. I like.. i.. speachless.. Gimme.
It's better than book one. A lot. Though I still dislike the characters but am in love with the mystery. Odd combination.

review
BooksAndTea97
Escaping From Houdini | Kerri Maniscalco
post image
Pickpick

I love this series!
And I love the authors notes at the end of every book.

I only think it was a bit lacking of Cresswell... But I still liked the mystery.

review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

It's been a long time since I was here ...
I've read many great books, but also many mediocre ones.

This week I've been doing a binge reread of Lara Jean trilogy. Well actually only the first two were a reread.

But I love this series! It is so cute. And even though it is really light it does discuss some important subjects at times.

These are such feel-good books. I'm still smiling even though I finished it hours ago.

review
BooksAndTea97
A Man Called Ove: A Novel | Fredrik Backman
post image
Pickpick

Have you guys read this? Have you read this gem?

I don't think I have liked a character as much as Ove in a long time. He is just so unlikeably likeable.

I picked this up after reading Harry Potter 5 which broke me again, just like it always does..and oh my God I'm such an emotional mess right now. I can't even begin to explain it properly.

All I can say is that you should pick this up if you need a beautiful story about a man with a big ❤

marleed I love Ove! 3y
BooksAndTea97 @marleed Yaaay.. The whole world needs to read this and love Ove! 😍 3y
19 likes2 comments
review
BooksAndTea97
Bird Box: A Novel | Josh Malerman
post image
Pickpick

This was definitely a case of #litsymademedoit or #blameitonlitsy since I'm not sure if I would have picked it up otherwise. Or known it was a book since people talk about the movie.
I really liked it even though it was really creepy and not what I consider to be my cup of tea. This was a really disturbing read to be honest, but if you're up for something that will give you the chills give it a go. Malory is a hero!
Now I need to watch that movie.

review
BooksAndTea97
post image
Pickpick

Did you guys read this?
I hate YA contemporary books ( this is written in an alternative reality of some sort, but I'm calling it contemporary) but I actually really liked this one.

I had to start it three times since I couldn't get into in it, but I guess third time is the charm.
+ I am on a seven hour bus ride I had to do something.

It's really cute and sad.
I really did not expect it to be like this.
I had to read the last line twice. 😢

Bookworm04 Just reserved this on borrow box 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Bookworm04 it does take a bit of time to get into the story since it progresses slowly. But I really like how the book was written. 😁 3y
See All 7 Comments
Bookworm04 Got in wish list for amazon may buy it before the date for borrow box in line for it on there though looks good 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Bookworm04 honestly I would read a few chapters/or non spoilery reviews before buying it. It has a multiple POV and a different way of narrating the story that some people might not like it. I hate spending money on books I don't end up liking 😂 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Bookworm04 but I'm keeping my fingers crossed you end up loving it 😁 3y
Bookworm04 Will keep you posted I try buy it soon but borrow box is 12 August long time I know but date always changes anyways. Sounds like good story I slow reader anyways so be fine 3y
20 likes7 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

I'm back and happy to say that I finished the OWLs readathon with all the books I wanted to read.
(Though I needed only 7, I finished 10 doing some reading challenges on Goodreads)
Maybe I will become that metal charmer after all.
What is your dream magical career?
Did you finish your OWLs on time?
#magicalreadathon

Now I need to study, but I am not feeling my best so I decided to start the next book for #HPbuddyread
Already crying in advance.

Derf Magical architecture 😂🙌🏻👍🏻 3y
BooksAndTea97 @DannyHattan haha that's a good one 😁 3y
17 likes2 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Heartless | Marissa Meyer
post image

Rereading Heartless for my penultimate OWL #Magicalreadathon
I still have to read a book for Arithmancy. Do you have any suggestions? For those of you who don't know, to complete the challenge for Arithmancy, I need to read a book written by multiple authors. Currently I only have Obsidio, but I'm not really in the mood for Sci-fi.

As for #Tometopple I finished 2 tomes and I'm in the middle of HP & the Goblet of fire. 💪
I'll post soon again.

jenniferw88 Neil Gaiman? 3y
OnePageAtATime @BooksAndTea97 what genre of books are you in the mood for? 3y
BooksAndTea97 @OnePageAtATime maybe a fantasy (but nothing to complicated) or some lighter read, I'm up for anything.. It's just that when reading sci-fi I really need to concentrate to follow the plot properly. 3y
BooksAndTea97 @jenniferw88 thank you, I'll check it out. 😄 3y
ravenlee I second @jenniferw88 - Good Omens is my favorite book! 3y
15 likes5 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

Hello everyone and happy #tometopple #readathon
I participated in the previous round of this and I loved it! Currently it's round 8 and I hope there be many more.I need to read those tomes.
I picked up Eragon as it works for the "tome that has been on your TBR the longest" challenge.Hopefully I'll finish it soon and start some tomes I'm really looking forward to *cough* Crooked kingdom *cough*
If you want to find out more check out their Twitter.

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Quantum Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum | Leonard Susskind, Art Friedman
post image

Ya girl is trying to study.
Ya girl's not doing her best job studying.

Suskind's book is there to give me motivation, because it's awesome and funny and other QM textbooks are not.

I'm telling you, I feel all those fiction books calling me from the shelf, trying to break my will (to study).

Thanks for reading.
Enjoy the rest of your day.
I promise not to rant often 😊

#studying #quantummechanics #studentlife

olivia.ferz 😂😂This is really funny! I have a physics exam too on Friday and here I am scrolling through Litsy. 😋 3y
BooksAndTea97 @olivia.ferz sending you all the best luck and wishes of this world.. I hope you'll do well. 😁 3y
16 likes2 comments
review
BooksAndTea97
This Savage Song | Victoria Schwab
post image
Pickpick

This was so good! I loved all the little twists and the world building. I wonder what the sequel will bring because that ending..

First book done. #Deweysreadathon
Now I think I'll actually pick up a few graphic novels or manga. And then I'll either study or go to bed.

#readathon @DeweysReadathon

21 likes2 stack adds
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
post image

💮Serbia. It's such a nice day here.
💮City of Ashes by Cassie Clare (so I can get to other books in the series xD)
💮I didn't plan ahead any snack.. though I'm currently eating worlds most amazing salad..
💮When I was a kid I wanted to be Hercules Poirot when I grew up...yeah. That's such a disappointment.
💮It's my first readathon. I want to start & finish at least one book.
@DeweysReadathon #Deweys24hourreadathon #readathon

throwmeabook @BooksAndTea97 where in Serbia? My father is Serbian (from Kruševac). 3y
BooksAndTea97 @throwmeabook I'm in Belgrade, but I've been to Kruševac a few times when my dad had to go there for work. It's nice :D 3y
15 likes2 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
City of Ashes | Cassandra Clare
post image

#Deweys24hourreadathon is almost here!
It starts at 2 pm in my time zone.

Here is my tbr, though I'll probably also read some audiobooks because I have a lot of homework to do-didn't plan these in advance because I can be a mood reader at times. I'm not sure if I'll be able to finish one of these, but I really want to.

Agatha Christie is a readathon must. ("Safety" book)
Are you participating? What is your "safety" book?
#readathon #tbr

blurb
BooksAndTea97
Untitled | Unknown
post image

Not Friday here anymore, but hey.. it's still Friday somewhere.
💮1980s probably. Though I like 1900s so any time (except for wars) would be cool.
💮Physical, though sadly I mostly read audio/ebook because they're more accessible.
💮 Younger, I recently turned 22 (insert a certain Taylor Swift clip here)
💮 Nope, I'm currently in a different country (but approx. 200 miles away)
💮Will do! I already liked half of them.
#friyayintro @howjessreads

blurb
BooksAndTea97
One Dark Throne | Kendare Blake
post image

Deciding to join in on the #24B4Monday because I loved it last month. Though I don't expect to read that much, since tomorrow is my birthday and will probably be busy, but I really want to finish the tagged book + I have a few chapters left of HP & Prisoner of the Azkaban. So I'm setting those two as my goals.

@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65

Naj Happy (early) birthday! 💜 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Naj Thank you dear! 💕 3y
Traci1 I hope you have a great birthday! 3y
See All 8 Comments
MizezJones73 Enjoy your birthday 3y
BeansPage Happy happy birthday!!! 🎉🎉🎉 3y
Shley9225 Have an awesome birthday!!! 3y
Andrew65 Great to have you with us, good luck. 👍😊 Happy Birthday 🎂 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Traci1 @MizezJones73 @TheReadingMermaid @Shley9225 @Andrew65 thank you guys for the happy birthday wishes 😁❤ 3y
20 likes8 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
post image

Hi guys!
So I know I don't have that many followers here and I'm not that popular, but I would really like to try this.
March is the #internationalwomensmonth
Since it's ending, I'd like for you to recommend books with strong female characters and have a good message to send to all the women/girls around the world so we could read them all year long not just in March.
I'd like for you to comment here or create your post and tag me. ❤📖
👇more

BooksAndTea97 I'm not trying to exclude men out of this. But where I live, a lot of women tend to think they're not that good/worthy and that men are truly superior. I just want to expand my (and your) bookshelf with good books that show how strong and amazing women can be and with books that can help women struggling with their own insecurities. My recommendation is tagged. I already wrote about it previously. Now I'd really like to see yours. ❤ 3y
Naj This is such a great idea. I'd recommend the tagged book. Great women characters and checks all the boxes you mentioned in your post. 3y
Freespirit Women are awesome😊I can think of quite a few books with strong female characters . The tagged book, Emma by Jane Austen, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and I am reading European Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman 📚 3y
AmyG The first book that popped into my head was a book I read last year, and loved. (edited) 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Naj @Freespirit @AmyG thank you guys for your recommendations.❤❤ I have read some of those, others are now on my tbr. 😍 3y
17 likes1 stack add5 comments
review
BooksAndTea97
Truly Devious: A Mystery | Maureen Johnson
Pickpick

Do you like Sherlock Holmes and/or Hercules Poirot?
Do you like murder mysteries?
Do you like YA books?

If the answer is yes, then you need to pick this one up.
I really love it. Everything about it. The writing, the mystery, the characters... it's all really good.
Though if you love to binge read books, you might want to wait for the series to be complete, I believe it is a trilogy.

Also.. Gimme book 2!

Hestapleton I just finished Book 2 and I need Book 3 IMMEDIATELY. 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Hestapleton that's why I need to stop myself from getting book two. I know I'll just want more. 3y
BooksAndTea97 @Hestapleton also a question I need to ask out of curiosity. Did you have that TD poem/letter stuck in your head, or is it just me? 😂 3y
Hestapleton @BooksAndTea97 I did! It lingers very creepily and I love it. 3y
13 likes4 comments
blurb
BooksAndTea97
Six of Crows | Leigh Bardugo

Finished this one yesterday. And while I wasn't as crazy about it as everyone else in this entire world is, I did enjoy it and I'm looking forward to picking up book two. Love Nina she's the best!

Also read Girls of Paper and Fire! Read it! It's so good. 😍😍😍
(P.s. but do check out the content warning on GR page)

And I'm out. Dreaming of all those sequels I do not posses. 😞