u know u really love a character when just seeing a picture of them makes u just
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ever since I read about J.K. Rowling saying that a relationship between Hermione and Fred might’ve been possible (had he not died, that is), I’ve found myself feeling giddy and kinda shipping them a bit every time I see them being mentioned in the same page or so…
(Romione is still the OTP of my all my OTPs though…)
- “Bellatrix, stop groping me. Just…just…go stand over there.”
- “Tell me Lucius, who’s the prettiest ballerina of them all?” Voldemort gave a cold smile at the clearly horrified man.
- “Sooo, what’s REALLY going on between his lordship and that snake, hmm?”
-“Wait a minute,” Harry said. “You want me to put this Snitch where now?”
- “What we need,” Voldemort mused, “is some sort of sign that people can rally around. To keep the masses happy and unrebellious.” Snape gasped. “You mean-” “Yes.” Voldemort allowed a vicious, cold smile to play upon his lips. “What the Death Eaters need, is a theme song.”
I love the way he runs his hand through his hair, constantly messing it up one moment, smoothing it the next. One time, I tried counting how many times he does that in one hour, I lost count after twenty. (He does that running-hand-through-hair thing A LOT more when he’s singing.) I like it better though when I’m the one running my fingers through his hair. “It’s practically a crime for a guy to have hair this smooth and silky!” I’d say, as I pull him down for a kiss. “Well you can arrest me anytime, so long as I get kisses like these as punishment.” He’d tease.
My expectations for the book was a little above average. My goodreads friends had positive reviews about it, the plot seemed promising and I needed some light reading so I decided to give this a go.
The main character, Cath was awkward and a bit emotionally immature for her age, but she was still amiable once you get to know her and I was able to relate to her in some ways (such as books, fan fiction and love for writing) the other characters were well written too, sometimes you could almost forget that they’re just characters because you can feel their respective personalities and quirks over the pages. Almost.
I felt like Ms.Rowell would make you like the characters, soon something would happen that would either make you hate or be annoyed by them, then that character would subsequently try to make amends and win you back.