Post by Trancemist on Jun 10, 2005 23:48:55 GMT -5
TOTTALY FRICKIN AWSOME. *SCHOLASTIC AUTHORS* #1: SO THIS IS WHAT A GOOD BOOK IS. #2: SO THIS IS A BOOK THAT COULD ENTERTAIN PEOPLE, BE BOUGHT BY PEOPLE, AND LIKED BY PEOPLE WITHOPUT HAVING TO HEAVILY ADVERTISE IT, MARKET IT, SELL IT REALLY CHEAPLY, AND MAKE PEOLE THINK THEY LIKE IT BY PUTTING THINGS KIDS LIKE, LIKE PICTURES THE KIDS THINK ARE COOL AND BY SUGGESTING A STORYLINE THAT DOESN'T REALLY EXIST, BUT HALFWAY DOES AND IS NOT GOOD IN ANYWAY,BUT APPEALS TO WHAT PEOPLE THINK THEY WANT #3:aye, we could never write something like that. #4: especially not J.K Rowling she had to put narcotics in her pages to make her book sell while we relied on marketing. #5: HOW PATHETIC.
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I can see why. Kingdoms and Elves had Quashan, and the Trios, and the Dragon Tower, Ril Ak Arr, and a whole lot of other exciting places. In the Service has a lot of exciting places and events as well, but KIngdoms is the first breath-taking plunge into R.S's spectacular ruinmist series, where your first awed by his masterful story telling.
Did you know that Harry Potter's face is so ugly his appearence in Pooh's Hepalump Movie made it rated R for intense horror. Harry Potter is so fat when he stepped on a scale used to weigh semi trucks, it said, "whoa there! One at a time please. " and broke.