endless-bookends:

010/… Favorite Book to Movie Adaptations

The Fault in Our Stars (2014) — Part 2 

Like all real love stories, ours will die with us, as it should.

[x] Part One

Posted 9 hours ago
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#tfios
Q Your in the divergent fandom? (Anonymous)
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Yep! I thought Divergent and Insurgent were great books (wasn’t a fan of Allegiant though), and I liked the movie too!

Posted 11 hours ago
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#divergent #Anonymous

No, but I really love this okay. Wes is so sure he’s out, and everyone in the class is sure he’s out. They’re all shocked when Annalise tells him to sit down. 

But I wasn’t. He had to go last. Dead last. At least a hundred defenses had already been taken. He couldn’t use a single one of them, but he still stood up and immediately presented a reasonable defense. He was so embarrassed and ashamed, yet he accomplished something most of them wouldn’t have been able to do. He definitely earned his spot!

Posted 11 hours ago
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#htgawm #htgawm spoilers
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"You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices." -Augustus Waters

 

jerseysurfswag:

"You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices." -Augustus Waters

 

Posted 14 hours ago
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#tfios

"… There isn’t just one Ethiopia, the college library with no water is Ethiopia, but these future engineers who will build the cities infrastructure are also Ethiopia. These kids are Ethiopia, and so is this doctor, and so are these farmers, and so is this presidential marching band. Now, I know that when we see Africa on the news or in the movies it’s always like war, pirates, refugees, diseases. The stories I saw in Ethiopia were far more complicated and ultimately more compelling. These remarkable young people have seen the greatest drops in poverty rates and infant mortality in their countries history, but every year in Ethiopia, tens of thousands of children still die of easily preventable diseases. If we’ve learned one thing from global health in the last twenty years, it’s that if those kids don’t die,  and they don’t have to, then they can end up studying in that library.” -John Green

Posted 15 hours ago
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#john green

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