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Seraph of The End - Review by Timothy

Posted on 17-Aug-17 10:03
Have you ever wondered just how far the roots of lust and greed have grown in humanity, or how far some people are willing to go just to gain fame, money, and power? Well, for those of you who are curious, let me explain… In the year 2012, a deadly virus is spread across the corners of the earth, leaving a wave of destruction in it’s wake. At first, there is nothing known about the deadly virus - except that it kills anyone over the age of thirteen who comes into contact with it. To make matters worse, an ancient race has seized the opportunity to enslave the children who are untouched by the deadly sickness, and build mighty empires throughout the world, free of their long captivity underground. The deadliest of them all: Vampires.
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Tokyo Ghoul - review by Timothy

Posted on 18-Jul-17 10:41
If you are ever browsing around Instagram, or Twitter, you may have come across the saying “It would certainly be a tragedy,” or you may have seen your friends cracking their knuckles in an unusual way. For those of you who have no clue where these things come from, let me fill you in... The story of Tokyo Ghoul takes place in a world parallel to ours, but there is one huge difference: Ghouls. Ghouls are a species similar to humans, but unlike us, they crave flesh and blood, and are unable to eat our food, as it tastes disgusting to them. Tokyo Ghoul centers around Kaneki’s life, and begins with him going on a date with his first ‘girlfriend,’ but unfortunately for both of them just before the night can end, it takes a dark turn that will change both of their lives forever.
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Blogger Profile: Timothy

Posted on 14-Jul-17 14:25
As this is my first ever blog post, I thought it’d be a good idea to introduce myself to you lovely readers, so that you can connect more with my writing. So, without further ado, here we go! My name is Timothy, and I am sixteen. I grew up in the Valley, and so I never really had much to worry about. In school, I never really enjoyed reading, and I always got writer's block when we had to write something. But in the past two years since I moved here, I’ve been reading - as well as hoarding - books in my collection, as well as writing short stories of my own.
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