Currently reading engrossed with: The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson. My morbid fascination with serial killers—which is at its height during my high school days—is being reinvigorated by this book. Loving it so far, what with all the Rippermania and the teenage ghost-busting stuff. ALSO, IT IS SET IN LONDON. How can you not love something that is set in London? :p
I’m strangely drawn to a minor character at the moment: Alistair, the Docs-wearing, spiky haired Smiths fanboy who hangs out in the dark corner of the library. For some weird reason, the little twist about him made me all giggly.

Currently reading engrossed with: The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson. My morbid fascination with serial killers—which is at its height during my high school days—is being reinvigorated by this book. Loving it so far, what with all the Rippermania and the teenage ghost-busting stuff. ALSO, IT IS SET IN LONDON. How can you not love something that is set in London? :p

I’m strangely drawn to a minor character at the moment: Alistair, the Docs-wearing, spiky haired Smiths fanboy who hangs out in the dark corner of the library. For some weird reason, the little twist about him made me all giggly.

  1. people-we-quote reblogged this from cinderellainrubbershoes
  2. thehunterlovestheangel reblogged this from cinderellainrubbershoes and added:
    I read this a month or two ago and LOVED it. I totally agree with the Alistar thing.
  3. thegirlwhocriedraindrops said: I can’t wait for your review of this!
  4. mskaseylo said: It was pretty awesome
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