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Crushing Guilt! Plus Stephenie Meyer.

So, I am a full-time employee as well as a full-time student. As such, I don’t always get the time I wish I had to dedicate to reading books from the dredges of the Earth (and some that aren’t too awful), and I’ve been feeling guilty lately that I’ve been neglected BTB. It isn’t that I’ve run out of excellent candidates (Lord knows that’s not at all possible), I just seem to have run out of time to read. I’m going to make an effort to remedy this in the near future, but I feel compelled to write something until that time comes. So, feel free to read my review of “Twilight” on Goodreads. I mean, let’s face it, this is where the madness really began. I didn’t bother writing anything about the next two books (I can say all there is to say about them by informing you that I read them as quickly as possible just to get to the end), but “Breaking Dawn” was so deliciously awful, I had to say my piece on that one.

I’ll never bother doing a “proper” BTB review of any of these, since it’s been a while since I read them and I don’t care to revisit that time. Also, I have way better things to do with my time than reiterate that Stephenie Meyer is a terrible writer; you can find that anywhere on the internet.

Jeph Jacques has the lulz.
(via Questionable Content)