Still Silmarillion. Getting close to the end. When I got the money I'm getting a Silm tattoo.
Also reading Rat Queens. Basically it has the same 'person who obviously plays D&D writing a bunch of fantasy assholes doing stuff' feel as a lot of things, but I both like that it has a female cast and I feel obligated to read one volume at least because I have a Rat Queens shirt.
Also flipping through a John Green book I found from my dark days of being 15 and want to deck my teenage self in the face for liking this crap.>>41768352
That was a good book, I wonder if I still have it somewhere.>>41768353
This. Unless they're super detailed notes, it's normally not gonna end well. Just look at Dune. And even with insane detailed notes it's possible to get major shit wrong and have to correct it in other books, like the Silmarillion saying Fingon was Gil-Galad's dad.>>41768392
I keep seeing that around, is it good?>>41768407
Maybe there's a super good fanfiction lurking out there?
Accepting the end of a story you love before it gives you the amazing sort of closure you'd need is hard to impossible.
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