Vampires are irresistible even when they’re being assholes, which makes them irresistible assholes, which in turn means that Jared Leto must be a vampire. (I knew it!)
Apparently dust motes when amassed form a “dust moat.” It’s that or the author and her editor don’t know the difference between a mote and a moat. At least Danielle will be happy to know that they do know that it’s a “moot point” and not a “mute point.” As I guess my gripe here is a moot point being as she has sold how many millions of books and no one cares that she made this mistake. (But I’m a stickler, so I do.)
If Matt were sparkly, I would get absolutely nothing done because I would stare at him all day like a love-struck magpie. What can I say – I like sparkly things. Sparkly = powerful. This is what watching Dynasty as a child has taught me. I told him this, and he said perhaps he would pick up some body glitter at MAC. Either that or he could dress like a figure skater at home. It would be like Blades of Glory in my very own living room. Or not.
While I am not exactly looking forward to seeing the movie that is being made based on this series of books, I would LOVE to see a Japanime series based on it instead. It’s where the cheesy twain meets. I love Japanime because it’s so corny and melodramatic, and this book is most definitely corny and melodramatic. It’s two great tastes that taste great together! The over-the-top ridiculous story would lend itself well to anime. I mean I love anime and all, but even when it’s really good and artfully done, it is still cheesy as all get-out. (I definitely recommend Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Christo to everyone, even people who are not normally anime fans, just because it is so awesomely over-the-top.)