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Just like Alice, I'm reading my way down the rabbit hole. 

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Siege and Storm
Kate Crash, Catherine Hardwicke


Tangled - Emma Chase At any rate, reading Tangled is one heck of a good laugh. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out what it's all about -- it's practically laid out in front of you. What you'll need is an easy chair, and you probably have to moderate drinking water lest it chokes you in the wrong time. It's a laid back, easy, entertaining read that doesn't really require much of an attention. An open mind and a less judgmental thought would do this book good, and also for those who will read it. "Let’s just pause here, shall we?"Now as much as I could just drift with the story, it's sorta inevitable to not give a slight opinion once in a while. I mean, we all do that, right? Even though I'm reading just for the heck of it, just getting some good laughs, the idea of the book did not escape me. To sum up Drew Evans: "But I can’t help it if they see me, fuck me, and suddenly want to bear my children. That’s not my problem. Like I said, I tell them how it is, give them a good time and then the cab fare home. Thank you, good night. Don’t call me, ’cause I sure as shit won’t be calling you."It may not be misogyny per se, but quite the opposite, him laying it all out that he's that kind of guy would made me think of him less. You may be the richest mad on earth, and you may own half of the world, what you let people see speaks about you. But you know, it's all hypothetical. While I rate it as good, which is what I really thought of it, there's nothing really special about it. We get this type of guy probably in a majority of this typical genre -- the overbearing, conceited, cocky dude who has his way since the beginning but met his match on that person who caught him of guard and has served to be a big challenge. I liked Drew so much. Though he really does come out - his thoughts and actions - like a horny teenager, it was nice thinking that he knew what he was doing (the good, the bad, and the ugly of it), but he did not shy away of the idea that he wants a change. And while he is viewed as such, I'm still surprised that cockiness and immaturity aside, he has something to bring to the table. His ability to see through people. "See, I’m not the type who really listens to what people say. I look at how they say it. You can learn a lot about someone if you just take the time to watch the way they move, the shift of their eyes, the rise and fall of their voice.""First of all, if a chick wants me to respect her, she needs to act like someone worth respecting. Second, I’m not trying to be a dick; I’m just being a guy. And all guys talk to their friends about sex."What gets people to really enjoy this was Drew's way of capturing the audience. If you'd read it then you'd notice how he pauses and throws in some comical yet trivial views which, don't get me wrong, are hilarious but oh-so-true. That you'd go like, "oh, that's so right" or "Exactly", which by then is followed with ridiculous laughter. I was not really a fan of Katherine. There's the idea of her that I don't quite get and somehow can't connect with. But she's also stubborn, persevered individual that is associated with her name. I'd give her credit for, of course, standing up for herself. "I am a bad, bad boy. Think Kate will punish me if I tell her how bad I am?I know. I know. I just can’t help myself. Oh, Drew!"What? Come on, don’t be like that. I want Kate, no question. But don’t expect me to act like a monk until it happens. The thing women don’t understand is that a guy can want one woman and still fuck another one. Hell, a guy could love a woman and still fuck ten others. It’s just the way it is.Sex is a release. Purely physical. That’s all. At least to men it is.Okay, okay—calm down—don’t start throwing shoes at me or something.At least to this man it is. Better?"xx