Music:The Last Airbender Rifftrax (the only possible way)
Book rec: The End of the Line by Angela Cerrito
I picked up another YA book a couple of weeks ago; The End of the Line, by Angela Cerrito. This was supposed to be one of those "I'll read a few chapters of this and then go do other things" books; then the sonuvabitch locked me in its sights and had me in two pages, and I couldn't put it down until it was done. What was going on? Was it a reform school? A dystopian future? A dreamstate? The psychology of it is so thick that I found myself gasping after every chapter, setting the book down and having a heart-thudding few moments of what would I do, what would I have done if I this were happening to me. It's like an unintentional Choose Your Own Adventure, every chapter. Highly, highly recommended.