So, unlike my normal blog posts;,we will start with something personal. I haven’t posted in over three months, almost going on four. It wasn’t for lack of wanting, oh no, I wanted to it’s just I hit a personal low; and actually LOST internet so I couldn’t do reviews. So what did I do? I read for the whole freaking month that I happened not to have internet. But you’re asking yourself: Darth Thought why haven’t you posted in three if you got your net back in one? Simply put, just because I got internet back didn’t mean that my personal life was any calmer, I won’t go into dirty disgusting details but let’s just say that I’ve come back a little more harried and ready to try and get back in the swing of things. As it is, my video series has to be put on the back burner for another month; this I am sad about. But I will say this: I’m going to come out swinging. My video series will not be Why the Fuck is this Being Published no, that doesn’t fit my video personality. The video series will be named Lost in Transition and it will be hosted on the site that these text bits appear on, thanks to the patience of the group and my patience with myself. Anyway, into the trenches and ready to bounce we start off with:
4 Out of 5 Stars
– Great action
– Suspenseful Read
– Genuinely Creepy
– Sticks to the classic rules of Vampirism while molding some new one
– Characters you actually care about
– Constant jumping point of views
– Too Many side characters
Oskar is a boy who doesn’t fit in is obsessed by murder and confused; one day when he comes home he finds that someone new has moved into town. A girl, her name is Eli she has seemingly moved in with her parents and is strange. Oskar is fascinated by his new acquaintance; they become fast friends, but when he finds out Eli’s secret will it last?
Let the Right One In swept across Sweden and claimed American audiences. With its deadly protagonists and dark view on society John Ajvide Lindqvist’s premiere novel is original with a classic Gothic taste. Lindqvist was born in Stockholm and before becoming an author preformed both as a standup comedian and street magician, as well as working as a screen play writer for Swedish television and Drama. He had a large hand with bringing Låt den rätte komma in (Let the Right One In) to screen in Sweden. He is also a devoted Morrissey fan; the novel’s name taken from the song Let the Right One Slip In.