Jun 24, 2011

[Book Review] Gallagher Girls Series

by Ally Carter

I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You (Gallagher Girls, #1)BOOK 1: I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You

A boarding school is cool (because I dreamt of attending one), but make it an espionage boarding school exclusive for girls is twice the fun! The idea of attending school to become a spy is just awesome. Who doesn't want to be a spy anyway?

I enjoyed reading I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You a lot. I smiled, giggled, got frustrated and held my breath along with Cammie.

What I like about Love You, Kill You is the retelling of the universal fact that no matter how smart a girl is there will always come a time when she'd do anything for a boy. No matter how many rules she break, she just have to do it.

I like that Ally Carter didn't push the idea of getting Cammie all madly in love with Josh to the point of forgetting herself and her duty. That there's a nice goodbye in the end. No matter how much I think about it, a romance between a spy girl and a normal boy is just not going to work and I will just have to deal with that.

Jun 17, 2011


Now that I think about it, maybe the curse is really on me.

Jun 9, 2011

My Idols In Dramas

I'm not going into a full scale review on the dramas that I watched but I will just point out the things that I liked about them and why I watched/followed it 'til the very end. There is a reason for every sleepless nights spent in Kdramaland.

I love Korean dramas to the point of following three on-going dramas as of this writing (Lie To Me, Miss Ripley and City Hunter). At some point over the past few weeks I followed six but ultimately dropped three (Baby-Faced Beauty, Romance Town and Best Love. I think I'm gonna watch these when it's all done.) because of lack of interest on my part. So it's hardly a surprise that I will get so hooked today and go 'I don't give a damn' tomorrow. It takes a lot of willpower and attachment for me to follow a drama.

..... I'm going to stop talking now and actually confess that this post is just an excuse to write a VERY late tribute to dramas that starred my KPOP idols Wooyoung of 2PM and Park Yoochun of TVXQ. (But what I said above is so true) So I'm bringing it on...