While the same can probably be said of countless other schools across the country, prom at Longbourn isn’t just a rite of passage — it’s considered by many (at least those who matter) to be the social event for future members of high society. Longbourn girls don’t go to the mall to get their dresses. No, they boast couture from designers whose names adorn their speed dial.
First of all thanks for the recommendation Morgan! They recommended me this manga, and I decided to check it out, since it did look pretty good. And now after reading it, I can honestly say that I enjoyed it, but that I still have some questions about it.
I just wanted to make sure you all know that this week is Banned Books Week! A week that really needs all the attention it could get. Banning books is not something I agree with, I think everyone should make the decision to read a book by themself. So I am supporting this week with all I can. I will be trying to read some banned books this week, probably comics as there are some comics that are banned or challenged which are my favourites. And I also saw some graphic novels that I still want to read, and I was shocked to find out that apparently they are banned/challenged!
At the end of the week I might be making a post with what I read, and again, encourage everyone to search out these books and read them!
Ik heb echt genoten van dit boek, maar ik vond het einde toch erg jammer, en ook het boeken gedeelte was wel interessant, maar ik vond het een beetje te kort verteld. En ik heb ook een aantal vragen over dingen. Dus 3.5 sterretjes voor dit boek is alles wat ik kan geven (wat nog steeds goed is natuurlijk).
“He only invited me because of you and Chase.’
‘Right,’ she said, following me inside. ‘He’s never shown the slightest interest in you before. I mean, he’s never stared at you like you’re the only person in the room when we’re all together. Or sulked around for days because you turned him down for a dance. Or touched the sleeve of your sweater when he thinks no one’s looking-‘
‘He’s never done any of that,’ I said. Then, less confidently, ‘Has he?”