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Let’s just kill him/her! (My theory)

So I have this theory where I believe that authors just want me to cry and live in pain. Why do I say so?

Well, Let’s see….. Because they kill everyone I F***ING LOVE. I believe their thought process goes pretty much like this: Oh look at this lovely character which everyone is going to adore… LETS KILL IT!

I’m sure most of you out there have experienced this kind of torture. For example take the last book I read, The Fault In Our Stars. The last few chapters, I sobbed and sobbed and sobbed and I just couldn’t stop because he killed Augustus Waters! HE EFFING KILLED HIM! I tried so hard not to cry, and for some reason I was so sure I would not cry when he died. But FUUUUUUUUUU….

I believe that writers have to cause some kind of pain to their readers so they feel completely satisfied. And I know that this they don’t do it purposely but writers seriously need to stop causing me pain.

 

Kill me now,

Weasley

 

P.S: This post was written when I was in a post-TheFaultInOurStars-trauma and I just couldn’t help myself so I may sound a bit frustrated.

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Hi there,

Ah! The smell of freedom. I’m done with my exams and it feels so awesome! Anyhow, I’ve been doing a lot of random reading lately. I’m so glad I have because I was kind of dealing with this phase where I didn’t like any book I touched. I know right? Super sad. So basically, I began reading Paper Towns. In simply one word- it is unputdownable! JG

I finished it in a few hours. Stayed up till 2 am because I just couldn’t stop reading it. I feel very stupid for not picking up a John Green earlier, this was my first!

Well, there’s too much to love about this book. The characters, the concepts, the ideas, the writing. It’s one of those books you can read for the author, if not the story. But trust me, in my opinion both of them were worth it.

I’m going to explore more books. I’ve learnt my lesson that everything popular is not over rated!

Yours,

Potter