Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The new man in town

Generally I buy books because of the following reasons:

1.     They are on sale/offer i.e. 50%, 3 for 2 etc. WHSmith gives superb discount but not many people are aware of their vouchers (I used to be one of those). The books can be random and most of the time, I got lucky i.e. good storyline/content. However, there are books which fall under ‘why on earth did I choose this’ and ended up on the shelf, unfinished.

2.     The TV/movie adaptation is awesome or received great reviews e.g. Games of Thrones, TVD, Twilight, Percy Jackson etc.

3.     Under #1 category and they happen to be great, I will definitely get the whole series (Blue Bloods).

I am unsure how I got into the Potter fever but all I could remember that I was pregnant when I read the first book and fell in love instantly.

Anyway, this entry is triggered by my recent steal which fell under #1, however I think the fact that it was mentioned on Ellen show that made me intrigued. Not knowing what it was i.e. reading the reviews or synopsis, I simply picked up the book upon seeing the huge discount that went with it.

It was only when I came home that I went online to find out about it. Imagine my surprise when the book was classified as “adult”, specifically tailored for mommies. Darn it! What have I got myself into? *rolling eyes*

Oh what the heck. I got the book, hence might as well read it. I am only on chapter three and already falling hard for Christian Grey; “attractive and deeply intimidating”.

He’s looking down at me, his gaze hooded, his eyes darkening.

Step aside Damon Salvatore for there is a new man in town.



Ps: Apparently they are going to make a series out of this book and potentially Ian will be playing the leading part. *grins*

3 comments:

X said...

I saw the video Ellen did the book reading. Hilarious. From the reviews this book feels like something that I don't want to get caught reading though LOL, but boy the books sweep the first three spots on NYT.

Anyway, I only read Potter August last year and I think it has ruined me. I have not been reading anything since then until I read Kinsella's latest book this week. I read all Potter books back to back in one month. Feels like losing a best friend when it ends...

Ms B said...

I think I will get the remaining two books in this trilogy. Hopefully they are still on offer. hehhehe...

Anonymous said...

Ms B,

thanks to your recommendation, I downloaded the books via mobile9 (cheapskate me!), now squinting to read it... I'm at the part where he brought her to Seattle via helicopter.......hehehheheh..

-mun