So far, it's good though. After The Walking Dead season two ended, the next day I woke up and just started reading. Honestly, I committed about an entire day to that book. Needless to say, as a homeschooled individual, no work got done. I got flashbacks to 2007, when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out... (read that in twenty-one hours, bruh. But I did sleep.)
I'm about 75% through, but it's time to get to the one hundred mark.
AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES: I really, really love John Green. I followed the Vlogbrothers, where I first heard of him, and they're really intelligent people you should subscribe to on Youtube. You'll feel smarter, and you'll laugh a bit too. I wrote a review for The Fault in Our Stars (an evil book that made me, emotionless me, cry) about a month ago, and I've recommended it everywhere. An Abundance of Katherines is another one of his books, and it's just received a new cover. I bought it while in New York with the intention of reading it on the subway (my commute to the city took about an hour), but in the end I never got around to it, due to the fact that I lost the book. Thankfully a fellow classmate picked it up and gave it back to me. (Look! Niceness in New York! It's weird, I know.)
It's also really hard to read standing up on the subway (must hold railing, try not to fall over, pay attention to the stops that bring new people and the ones where everyone files out), and the E around five o'clock is almost impossible to find a seat on.
Other things on my to-read list, that I know less about at the moment:
BATMAN: EARTH ONE: I have a bad experience with a man who loves Batman, but I can't hold it against the Caped Crusader. I love the idea of Bruce Wayne's path to becoming Batman, and really look forward to purchasing it in the future.
ASTONISHING X-MEN: EMMA FROST, HIGHER LEARNING: I love less-than-typical female characters, and it would be really easy for someone like Emma Frost (pretty, CAN READ YOUR MIND, and evil) to become a Sue. The cover's whole Nancy Drew vibe will bother me to no end, but I'm still going to read it.
SHE-HULK, VOL 1: SINGLE GREEN FEMALE: I've really gotten into Suits lately, which is a law drama. Apparently so is She-Hulk, so why the hell not. I also saw this, which was even more of an incentive to learn more about her. It's weird, I know, but interesting!
So... there you have it. My glorified to-read and wish list. Troll out~.