Let me number it all for you, the emotions I had in the finale… sadness, when it started because I knew it was the last one, fear because at every turn I was waiting for someone to kill Kate, relief (short lived) each time she was alright, or Kevin or Javi, or even Castle was, then something akin to excitement or adrenaline with those shooting sessions, discovering who was LokSat should have come more like a surprise but it was like disappointment rather. But when Caleb was very much alive and shot Rick, I literally gasped in surprise…
Well The Door was something else; I cannot believe all that happened, actually I do but the end scene was just too traumatic and dramatic for me to grasp that it was in fact, something that will happen in the books, spoilers, spoilers everywhere.
I liked the episode but from here on I am going to be back and forward between the books and what happened in the series, because this is just too much to hold in, and have to say it all while it is still fresh.
By Neil Gaiman
Well, this is a first. I didn’t like this book as much as I suspected I would, I loved the movie is one of my favourite movies of all times, I have lost count the times I’ve watched it, I practically know the dialogues by heart as well as the music and scenery, I loved it.
But we are here, in this virtual space because of the books, books we love, books we share with others, books we share even when we don’t like them that much. I wish I could say that I absolutely adored this read but I got to be honest, I have read better, I am not saying that Mr Gaiman is a bad a writer or nothing of the sort because he isn’t and he has incredible imagination, this is about me and the fixation I had with the movie, I suppose. Although it really is the first time that I read something and don’t find it as charming as the film.
If you have not read The Mortal Instruments books from City of Glass onward then please sustain from reading this post… it is so full of spoilers that you might have no need of reading the books to know one of the most psychotic characters ever created in the Shadow World. Kudos to Cassie Clare for having such imagination as to come up with Sebastian.
Alright you have been warned, and I am assume you will know what I’m about to talk about or simply don’t care about the spoiler alert I just gave! Once more, Spoilers ahead by the Angel read knowing I tried to warn you
Well, the first season of Shadowhunters is done but that does not mean we are less excited about the next one then we were when they announced they would actually be one a month or so ago…
So many things to say, so little time… wait? Hold on a moment! I can say whatever I want there is no limit to my rambling here, and if you have read my other posts you might know this, so get ready! If you have no read the books, I suggest you don’t read this post, because there might be some reference (probably a lot of them) and on the last episode of Shadowhunters TV I can tell you right now, that I liked it enough, even though there were way too many things that they should not have showed and others that they quite not explained.
Alright my lovelies, my fellow shadowhunters (lads and lasses alike) let’s get started…
Here we are guys!
Let’s do this while it is still fresh… my sole reaction to THAT moment in the latest episode of Shadowhunters was… Oh. My. God!
As for the rest I was still in shock but the excitement was still there.
Now, let us retreat a little in time to the other episodes, I know I haven’t posted much about the rest, but I was really busy… Simon, is already a vampire, that is kind of fast… Alec proposing to someone who does not exist was a bit crazy, the world inverted was kind of cool but still out of this world (no joke intended)… and I think it will give the producers of the show something to go on for when they get to more exciting things, like what happens in book 5 and when they introduce us Sebastian. Spoiler much? Not really, if you are a fan of the saga then you know what I am talking about.
Forget all in the world for hours and get lost in The Infinite Sea that Rick Yancey created for us…
This contains spoilers, so read only if you have read The Infinite Sea.
I have my doubts when I started the book, I started the book because I liked The 5th Wave’s Ending this one took me more than any other book to read, and it was not because it was bad, but because nearing the end, when I was 80% done with it, and Ringer was been transformed into an enhanced human and there was nothing to do about it, I stopped reading for some unknown reason, I could not bring myself to finish it because then there will be no more.