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Sharon L

"My imagination has always topped anything a movie could come up with" 


-Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

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The Diviners
Libba Bray
The Vampire Lestat (The Vampire Chronicles, #2)
Anne Rice
The Carnelian Legacy
Cheryl Koevoet
Breakfast at Tiffany's and Three Stories - Truman Capote i love Audrey Hepburn, her style, her hair, she's classic in every sense of the word! even in the movie i had trouble liking holly golightly. the only reason i did was because of Audrey's grace. i'm not sure why i decided to read the book. my because it's calssics. but i read the novella, and didn't like it at all. not one bit. Capote's writing style was good, and that is what the one star is all about. but the mess, of holly and how she takes everyone down with her- i can't stand it. someone said that holly represents NY girls and hollywood girls, that many girls wants to be like that. if that's so it's sad. Holly wants to succeed, pepole like her, but she is heading on a one way road to self destruction, and watching it is crule. it's crule because holly is a little lost girl, she's no role-model, she's more like a warning. a sweet, kind, egoistic little lost warning.