Part 2 of my ALS ice bucket challenge. @shima_takashi @flavianery_fvia @esarkaye you have 24 hours, please don’t hate me :)
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My ALS ice bucket challenge. I was nominated by @trjennings13 and I nominate @flavianery_fvia @esarkaye @shima_takashi I am very sorry as none of you know me but I’m not sorry at all :) Part 1
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October Reads Book Photo Challenge #17: Slept with the lights on
Quite literally, in this case. I picked up House of Leaves because Morgan recommended it to me and described it as a book where a house is bigger on the inside. Spiffing, I thought, this will be a romp. So I read it as bedtime reading. BAD IDEA FRIENDS. DO NOT READ THIS BOOK AS SLEEPY READING. It is about madness and horror and death, about a family tearing itself apart, a man with PTSD, and a house that quite literally eats people. It’s about drugs and violence and people with empty lives trying to fill them. And it’s about a house that eats people. I’ve never been so terrified of a book in my life. I really don’t scare very easily. I generally avoid horror because it’s boring. Mark Z. Danielewski and his postmodern masterpiece are the exception to that and every other rule. I love this book. Read it in the summer, in full daylight, preferably while sitting outside sipping a chilled beverage of your choice. Then sleep with the lights on.
I have never wanted to own this book so freaking badly.