Restore Me

I finished reading Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi. Restore Me is the fourth book of The Shatter Me book series. I read the first three books. Like I said earlier I have written a story that is similar.

Warning: there is some violence and cliffhanger ending.

In this book, Juliette is made supreme commander after she killed Warner’s father. She fastly finds out that it is a tough job, and she is overwhelmed. But she is determined to have the job even though people told her Warner would be better suited for the job. Warner flatly refuses to take the job. When she meets one of the supreme commander’s daughter, she learns that Warner is keeping secrets. She finds out she has a sister and her parents are alive. She also finds out the Restablishment wants her back.

Even though I wrote a similar story, I really like this book series. There is a fifth book coming out next year. And I heard they are making a tv series of the show too. Here is a song that I think should a theme song for the book series:

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Blade Runner 2049

I watched Blade Runner 2049 yesterday. I taped it when HBO was a free preview. It has Ryan Gosling, Dave Bautista, Robin Wright, Ana de Armas, Jared Leto, and Harrison Ford in it.

Warning: there is some violence and sad parts.

In this movie, a blade runner (cop) named Joe kills a replicant (human clone/robot) and doing so undercovers a secret that was buried. The secret was a replicant (human clone/robot) had a baby. He (and I) thought the baby was him. He finds Deckard (the blade runner in the first movie) and he lets Deckard meet his daughter.

I did like this movie. Today I’m watching Murder on the Orient Express (1974) version since I’m listening to the book. I will be finishing the book today. Tomorrow I’m watching the 2001 version and Thursday I’m watching the 2017 version. Next Monday I’m watching Hidden Figures.

Terminator Genisys

I watched Terminator Genisys on Sunday. I taped it when it was on FX. It has Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, J.K. Simmons, and Byung-Hun Lee in it.

Big Warning: there is lots of violence.

In this movie, Kyle Reese agrees to go back in time to 1984 to save Sarah Connor. The problem is that Sarah doesn’t need saving because of the previous time travels (which makes my brain hurt thinking about it). So in this timeline, Sarah has a friend in old terminator who saves her. Kyle suggests going forward in time to 2017 to get rid of Genisys which becomes Skynet. It is revealed that John Connor becomes Skynet too. So they do succeed in getting rid of Genisys, but Kyle and Sarah are stuck in 2017 and there is another Kyle Reese.

I thought this movie would suck, but it was actually really good. Next Monday I’m watching Blade Runner 2049.

The Month of November

Happy November!!

Yesterday would have been my aunt’s birthday. She would have been 60 years old. I listened to some music to celebrate.

We change the clocks on Saturday/Sunday. I already changed my watch so I wouldn’t forget.

Monday I have my doctor’s appointment. It’s an annual exam. I should be getting the calendars soon too.

Thanksgiving and Black Friday happens later in the month.

The Chalk Man

I finished reading The Chalk Man by C J Tudor. I heard about this book on a book blogger’s website and it sounded really good.

Warning: it goes back and forward in time so if you don’t like that, this book is not for you. Warning 2: there is some violence, gross parts, some sad parts, and one big twist near the end

Before I begin my summary, I should say this book is a combination of Stand by Me (The Body by Stephen King) and the Sixth Sense (I see dead people).

In this book, a man named Eddie Adams tells the story of what happened to him and his friends during one summer when they were younger. Eddie and his friends develop a messaging system of chalk stick men. Then suddenly they find a dead body in the woods. Eddie likes to collect things and steal the ring off the dead body. The town thinks a teacher killed the girl. Eddie takes the ring to the teacher which leads the police to believe the teacher killed her. Case closed, right? But Eddie finds out who really killed the girl.

I really liked this book. Now I’m reading¬† Restore me by Tahereh Mafi. It is the fourth book of the Shatter me book series.

You can get this book at Wordery.com, Kobo.com, and Downpour.com.

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Halloween Eve

Happy Halloween Eve!!!

Tomorrow is Lily’s day since she’s all black cat. Today I gave her some treats and I will tomorrow too. I’m going to help my uncle hand out candy at his church tomorrow. I’m going to wear a Halloween shirt and black lipstick.

I’m supposed to get a charm bracelet soon from Arm and Hammer. It has a cute cat charm. And today I should be able to order my calendar and my best friend’s calendar. This year I’m getting a fantasy cat calendar for myself and the usual Marilyn Monroe calendar for my best friend.

Invitation to a Gunfighter

I watched Invitation to a Gunfighter yesterday. I had taped it when Starz was a free preview. It has Yul Brynner, Janice Rule, George Segal, Clifford David, and Pat Hingle in it.
Warning: there is some violence and a sad ending.
In this movie, A man named Matt Weaver was coming back home from the Civil War. He finds out that the town boss Sam Brewster sold his house. He also finds out his fiancee had married another man. He wants his property back so he makes threats to get it back. Brewster ends up hiring a gunfighter to fight Matt. Then the gunfighter gets out of control and Brewster makes a deal with Matt that he can get his property back if he will kill the gunfighter.
I didn’t like the ending, but I liked the rest of the movie. Next week I’m watching Terminator Genisys.