This is Thursday's Official Post. I know my posts have been kind of crazy lately so I just wanted you all to know that this is today's post. No questions asked. I also wanted to inform you all that this is not a review seeing how I haven't finished this book yet. Technically, I'm not even halfway through it yet. I know it's pathetic, I'm a slow reader alright.
Eragon By Christopher Paolini
One Boy...One Dragon...A world of adventure.
Page I'm On: 143
A long, long time ago, I decided I was going to read this book. Unfortunately for me, I just couldn't handle the book and had to put it down. Many moons have passed since I have set foot into this well put together world. I was actually volunteering at the library when I saw Eragon on a shelf in the Young Adult section and decided it was time to try again. So far I found that the book is very enjoyable. The characters are very strong and their emotions are easily felt. I have a natural love for adventure and fantasy so when I saw the beautiful sapphire blue dragon on the front, I was like wow.
Once I've finished this book, I've got a whole bunch that I have to read before they are Due back at the Library. A lot of them are on my Must Read List Of 2011. However, I plan to read every book I pick up. I also have a lot of plans to buy more books in the years to come. So saying that, I might do my first review on this book. I've never done a review but I'm willing to give it a shot.
I've also come to realize that I know why I hate borrowing books from the Library. I think of all the other people who have touched these books. What if they were sick? What if they didn't wash their hands properly like they should? Where did they keep this book? Did they read it? Did they do unheard things to this book? I have issues with borrowing books, yet somehow I still manage to do it. I bury my worries and continue to borrow these books until I realize that the list of the books I want to read is going no where. I want to own these books. Then the only person touching them would be myself. I hate it when you let someone borrow a book and they return it far away from its original perfect condition. My little sister is in fault for this act. I let her borrow my Twilight book and she didn't take very good care of it. The cover was ruined thanks to her. Well, I guess that's what I get for letting my sister borrow my books with or without my permission. She has a nasty habit of being guilty of both.
Well with all that being said. This is the end of today's blog post. Tomorrow I have a special surprise for all my readers. Mainly if you know what I post on Friday's then it won't be much of a surprise but if for some lucky chance that you don't well then. I'll just zip my lips and you'll all have to wait and see. I'm so excited.