Thursday, September 16, 2010

NYC: Let Me Read My Book and Pretend I Don't See What Is It You're Doing List

When you live in New York City, 9 times of 10 you're going to have to ride some form of mass transportation ...And if you aren't,then this is probably irrelevant for you to read any further... For anyone who hasn't rode a subway in New York, believe me there are some things you just don't want to see..And this is why all 100% of the people on the train either look like they are on the way to hell or engulfed in some "great" novel...Why you may ask? BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE CRAZY and you have to pretend like some stuff that's going on is not even there... like you don't see that drug addict right in front of you ---taking a shit..(think this is drastic...you haven't seen nothing yet)... So if you're a New Yorker or someone riding a subway...Here is 5 good books you could pretend or actually read while someone screaming gibberish rolling on the subway floor in front of you.

1.Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel

autobiography published in 1994 and describes the author's experiences with major depression.

2.The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

It is the story of a teenage girl who, after being raped and murdered, watches from heaven as her family and friends go on with their lives while she herself comes to terms with her own death.

3.The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
It s about the disappearance forty years ago of Harriet Vanger, a young scion of one of the wealthiest families in Sweden . . . and about her octogenarian uncle, determined to know the truth about what he believes was her murder. 

4.Let The Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist
 a 2004 vampire fiction novel by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist. The story centers on the relationship between a 12-year-old boy, Oskar, and a centuries-old vampire child, Eli.

5.Youth In Revolt C. D. Payne.
the journals of Nick Twisp, California's most precocious diarist, whose ongoing struggles to make sense out of high school, deal with his divorced parents, and lose his virginity result in his transformation from an unassuming fourteen-year-old to a modern youth in open revolt.

1 afterthoughts:

Monster Man said...

I quite enjoy the freakshow but that's me - Plus I been told by others I can give off a very scary vibe - but that can lead to a whole host of other issues. But then again most Monsters are really just hiding in plain sight.

So did you miss the Monster Man?