The Curse of Senapin – isn’t a curse at all


Glenn Hates Books


4 of 5 Never-Ending-Story Stars – The Curse of Senapin by Daniel Waltz.

Holy shit, this book was long as fuck. 529 goddamn pages. What really pissed me off was the fact that they weren’t useless filler pages. All those fucking pages were filled with actual story, man. It drove me crazy. I tried skipping like twenty pages and had to go back to find out what the fuck happened. Because this book is fucking relentless with its world-building and story-telling. It just wouldn’t let up.

This is the second book in The Water Travelers series. It’s about A-A-Ron and his love pal, Madi, who end up on an endless adventure because A-A-Ron gets horrible blue balls one night, while laying next to his cold-as-a-fish girlfriend. I mean, you can only lay there for so long, staring at those sleeping boobies, and tight ass, until you have to excuse yourself…

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You heard that right, or read. Whatever works for you.

I’m going to travel the world! Not for school, not for business, just for the sake of saying screw it let’s travel the world. I leave in ONE WEEK FROM TODAY. ONE WEEK FROM TODAY PEOPLE. So if you have any questions, comments, posts, reviews, or anything that may need my attention or you want me to share, LET ME KNOW ASAP, because I’m leaving the country!

And I’ll probably be off the grid, so…sorry.


– Waltz Out.

Idk why I said that, it just sounded really cool and I wanted to.


OH, does anyone have book recommendations?!?! I imagine I’ll be doing some reading in my down time!

Book Review: The Assassin’s Curse by Cassandra Rose Clarke

Has anyone else read this book? What are your thoughts on it??? It looks and sounds pretty good!

Caffeine and Books

4 out of 5

Ananna of the Tanarau abandons ship when her parents try to marry her off to an allying pirate clan. But that only prompts the scorned clan to send an assassin after her. And when Ananna faces him down one night, armed with magic she doesn’t really know how to use, she accidentally activates a curse binding them together. To break the curse, Ananna and the assassin must complete three impossible tasks all while grappling with evil wizards, floating islands, haughty manticores, runaway nobility, strange magic, and the growing romantic tension between them.

I only chose to read The Assassin’s Curse because it sounded like a great filler book, the sort of transition book you read when waiting for a certain much more important book to arrive (which I’m doing right now). I didn’t expect to enjoy it this as much as I did.

Ananna is a…

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Drawing? Graphics? Maps? Coloring? Scribbles (<– my natural talent) Do you like doing anything artistic related? If you’re reading this, one thanks for reading this, and two, I’m looking to share more Water Travelers fan content! If you’re looking to get some of your work show I’m looking to post it on my sights (twitter, facebook, website, blog, blah blah blah.) Anything you submit (eh. *Cough* (((((not annnnyyything…. let’s keep it in means of the story here…))))))))))) I’ll share!

So, maybe you’re interested, maybe you’re not. You’re probably not. BUT. IF YOU ARE.

Then we’re gonna be great friends.

For more info feel free to contact me at

Review: Paper Towns

Anyone else love this new cover to Paper Towns?!?

Paper Neverland

Last summer, when John Green’s TheFault in Our Stars rocked the bestsellerlist, I was fortunate enough to work with the publicity team at Penguin and attend a preview showing of the film adaptation. Unfortunately, despite loving the film, I had not yet read the book and missed out on discovering the story in Green’s words. I have since read a few of his books and, with the film release of Paper Towns fast approaching, I decided I better get reading.

Paper Towns is about Quentin and his love for the legendary adventuress Margo Roth Speigelman. Part of the high school elite, Margo is famous for herescapades, from running away with the circus to drinking backstage with a rockband. One night, Margo appears at Quentin’s window and takes him on a thrill-seeking mission of across their paper town– a night that changes things between them.

But the next…

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Friday Book Chats: Books Worth Re-Reading

Which ones are your favorites? #fridaybookchats

Such Small Hands

When I was a child I used to reread my favorite books over and over again. In fact, when I asked for specific books for Christmas or my birthday I only chose books I had already read and knew I loved enough to want to own. Of course, as a child I had tons of free time to read and my books weren’t usually very long. As an adult, I rarely reread books, mainly because there are SO many books I want to read that I don’t feel like I have the time to spend on a reread. But every once in a while there’s a book I love enough to reread. These are all books I’ve read more than once, and at least one of those times as an adult.

There is also a list of current kindle deals I am aware of at the end of this post.

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