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  1. The Stark one is my favourite. Robb for team captain? Tyrell clothes remind me of Brazil.
  2. *climbs up the staircase, panting slightly (too many hours spent with books perhaps)* *emerges on the giant sung wood platform* *sits down by a table and stares longingly at the huge ale barrels built into the bar* Happy Easter everyone!
  3. Narg: A Memoir - best book ever
  4. Finishes hot chocolate with relish, sighing as the warmth spreads throughout his body. To answer your question, I am pretty busy with piano right now. But then again, there is something satisfying in being busy and doing something which is important for you. When my Extended French teacher asked me why I didn't do my homework, I told her it was "piano season". I wasn't joking, though. I have a performance tomorrow at the embassy of Poland, on the next three saturdays at retirement homes, on Thursday a school performance (Feel the Beat), and finally on December 22nd my piano studio's rec
  5. How did you first hear about DarkfriendsInc.? lol Trolloc
  6. Sits down and orders a hot chocolate as I watch the first real snow in my region of Canada. Is sorry for the un-alcoholic beverage but is feeling chilly with the onset of winter.
  7. I'm a bit mind-blown by a book I just read recently and will donate to the Great Library ;) Rebellion by Robyn Young was amazing. I loved it. I do not think i have seen better written battle scenes in my long (well to me it seems long, but now that I think about it there's probably people with a lot more experience, I'm just 16) book-reading career. There was not one moment that I was bored in the book. In moments I forgot about the world around me (it's a weekend, thankfully) and just focused completely on the pages. The whole plot line was extremely interesting, and I never felt as if so
  8. Just finished one of the best books I've read in terms of the style of writing. Rebellion (in the UK Renegade I believe) by Robyn Young. I have not seen such talent in a long time. There was not one moment where I was bored or distracted; the battle scenes were amazing. The storyline was riveting, all the more because it was real. The best historical fiction novel I remember to have read.
  9. Omigosh that was hilarious!
  10. Currently almost done Gotrek & Felix: The First Omnibus by William King, a part of Warhammer. Amazing book (or books, since it's an omnibus). Going to read The Last Crusade: The Epic Voyages of Vasco Da Gama by Nigel Cliff. A history book, picked it because it's on a thread of history I have never read much about. Aside from these purchased books put a hold today on The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet and Total War Rome: Destroy Carthage by David Gibbins. I'm also a bit of a gamer so that is why I'm interested in the Total War-inspired book.
  11. It's about time that a WoT movie should come out. I'm happy that Wheel of 9 showed that it is possible. Maybe this might finally encourage someone somewhere to get that film to creation.
  12. Narg the Trolloc! Izabela got it, of course. Anyone remember the WOT cage match with Bela and Narg? Your turn
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