I wanted to do a Print vs. Film for this, I really really did. I love comparing books and movies, and that was the whole reason I’d even read Shutter Island to begin with. A friend of mine forced me to watch the movie quite a while back (to be honest, I had no interest in it when it came out), and immediately after I decided to read the book. Some of you may even remember a post I did a while back involving it.
Now I’m sure you’re astute enough to figure out why I can’t compare the two, but for the sake of stating the obvious, I’ll tell you: They’re nearly identical. There are hardly any changes between the two, and trying to compare them would be like trying to compare white and ivory. Wait, those are different?
Being the giant Harry Potter fangirl that I am, you can imagine how giddy and unbearable I became when it was announced that J. K. Rowling would be releasing her first book aimed at adults.
I was so happy, every time I spoke to my mother during the period before it was released I mentioned it at least once. Sadly she didn’t take the hint, so I ended up buying it from a lovely display that popped up at my job.
So what does a girl do when she has a ton of work to do for finals?
If you said update a blog that is severely neglected, you’re right! If you didn’t, you probably said watch porn which is a great second choice. Sadly any other answer is just unacceptable.