How did I feel about Naomi Novik’s Uprooted after finishing it? Well, let’s refer to my notes, shall we?
SO FUCKING GOOD! FIVE STARS! I finished with a huge ass smile on my face. I just, ahhh.
Hm… I’m not sure if that really encompasses my feelings. Let’s take a look at my Goodread’s review.
FIVE FUCKING STARS!!!!!!
Is this book perfect? Not necessarily. But I loved every second of it.
Okay then. There’s my thoughts on Uprooted. I gave it five stars and it makes me want to say “fucking”. That’s good enough for those who just want my general thoughts, but for those who want more…
Warning: There is some mild spoilage below. Nothing that I would consider to ruin the plot of the book or anything like that, but if you want to go into it knowing only what the blurb reveals, you may want to turn back now or read the headings but nothing else.
Hey, remember that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie? I somewhat do. I mean, I really enjoyed it when I saw it in theaters and drew the image above thinking it’d be nice to talk about on the blog. But then I waited a couple of months to actually write the content of the post and forgot what I wanted to say and had to borrow the DVD from the library to refresh my mind.
I don’t know what that says about how good this film actually is, but hey, it doesn’t take much to please me as you’ll soon find out.
As this blog was originally titled atypicalmonster, I think it’s fair to say that I love monsters, beasts, and creatures of any kind. Anything fantastical that we don’t get in this world (or don’t have confirmation of), I love, love, love. This film sold me prior to seeing it because it had Fantastic Beasts in the title, and I’m happy to report that there were a few new creatures introduced in the film that we didn’t get to experience in the Harry Potter world before.