which of the books in the box have you read?
#septinbooks18 - red or orange books
i took my photos all in advance because of moving to uni so didn’t realise i had two photos with this box in a row😂 ah well i like the box at least!
i’m at uni now and i’ve made my room look really nice, with fairylights and lots of bookish stuff! however it seems none of my sockets work...
With Halloween coming up I wanted to do some creepy scary things. So I choose a teke teke.* At first I just wanted something small and different to draw but then after I started I was like I needs me a whole page O_O
This was EXTREMELY FUN
No refs!!! Uber proud.
Did a whole lotta angles, poses and things I haven't done before. **Close ups coming** Gonna try and do some more.like this one!
(Got a suggestion? Lemme know!) *The Teke Teke is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a young woman, or school girl, who fell on a railway line and was cut in half by the oncoming train. Now a vengeful spirit (Onryō), she travels on either her hand or elbows, her dragging upper torso making a scratching or 'teke teke' sound.
"My greatest wish for humanity is not for peace or comfort or joy. It is that we all still die a little inside every time we witness the death of another. For only the pain of empathy will keep us human."
This book was decent, but not enthralling. It was written very well, but the pace was very slow for me. When I get really into a book, I find I cannot put it down, but I didn’t feel that with this book. I enjoyed the deep and thought provoking messages that were portrayed, but I wanted more action. You would think a book about death and killing would be fast and chilling and full of action, but I feel like this book was more calm and slow and not that exciting.
Some of the plot twists were quite cool, and I enjoyed the final chapter a lot! But I don’t think I enjoyed this book enough to read the second one...