This had to be reblogged!
Lol love Mindy!!
I reviewed this album a month ago and said it was an above average album. Well I was wrong. This is an Absolutely UHMAZING album.
I have grown to love EACH and EVERY single song in the album.
I have been listening to it on repeat repeatedly.
My favourite song from the album(on the long run) being- SHINE.
I cannot wait for this guys to come to LONDON!
i am gonna give this album a 5/5 stars.
Book No. 7
Running with scissors by Augusten Burroughs.
I LOVED this book soooo Frigging much. I had seen the movie way back when it came out. At that point, i didnot realize tht the film was based on a book. After watching the film I made a note in my head To Read the book. and 7 long years later, I have finally read the book.
Even though i have seen the film like a gazillion times, I was able to enjoy the book tremendously. Though, I wish I hadnt seen the movie first. well the reason why i have seen the movie many times is because Annette Bening happens to be my FAVOURITE Actress and she is Abso-Friggin-Lutely Awe-inspiringly Amazing in this one.
Anyway, Unlike the film which is a bit on the dramatic and the more serious side… the Book is more light hearted and funny(even though its actually quite bizarre and disturbing). I still cant quite believe that the book is actually a Memoir. And these people- Dr.Finch, Hope, Natalie and above all Deirdre(Augusten’s mom)- actually Do EXIST in real life.
Actually despite the humour/dark humor the book is quite Awe-inspiring. Makes me wanna believe that i still have a shot in life….
Book No. 6
Invisible man by Ralph Ellison.
this book went a bit over my head. I would love to talk about this book but Tht would mean i would have to be Politically correct as well…. so i am altogether gonna avoid tht.
I will just suffice to say tht the book is an important read if not an enjoyable one. I was kind-a hoping a rewarding climax/ending but the ending was very dismaying.
The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass.
probably the most difficult read i have come upon so far. enjoyed 2/3rd of it the rest was a bit convoluted. but dont get me wrong, I do Love this book.
The Central character and the narrator of the story OSCAR is a very intriguing character. But definitely a very unlikable and despicable character. What i found most fascinating was how this character remains unscathed throughout the entire life-journey. He lives through world-war 2 and all his parent’s dismantling marriage deaths.. and what-not yet he remains unfazed. As a matter of fact even though most of the book takes place during the world war 2, and the dark presence of the war and its aftermath is always omnipresent.. this cannot be classified as a war novel. The books has an almost unemotionally detached feel to it, in a sense that the central character has a very unsympathetic outlook on life. But despite that, the book remains emotionally draining, dark, sad and twisted.
Hence, i give it a 4.5/5 stars.
The Shape of Water by Andrea Cailleri.
Quick easy and suspenseful read. but the ending was a bit of a let-down
BOOK N0. 3 on this year’s 50 book Challenge.
i wont bother with a full in-depth review cuz i am guessing a lot of you have read this one already. Great book.
LOVE LOVE LOVING them right now..
Head is not my home by MS MR.
Our single EP ‘Wasting My Young Years’ is now available to pre-order on iTunes! http://smarturl.it/WastingMyYoungYears This is our official video for Wasting…
Love Love Loving LONDON GRAMMAR right now… cant wait for them to get an album out!!