The meeting at the law firm checks out as well. They don’t ask him for anything but identification. Rowan signs the papers, shakes Robert’s large and meaty hand, and takes the train back to his apartment clutching a large manila envelope.On Tuesday, a smaller envelope arrives. It’s addressed from his grandparents. It’s thick and heavy.Continue reading “[The Cabin] Excerpt – Escape”
Lately I’ve been thinking about the self, about my self. I’ve heard things like, “the self is a construct” out here on the internet and I think I understand it well enough. The self is made up of things like: the choices we make, the values we keep, how we react to things, how weContinue reading “On the Self”
I had some feelings about Wei WuXian and decided to write about it. Here’s a somewhat coherent thought about Wei WuXian’s lack of angecy.
Before I knew it, college was over. My life was amorphous and I didn’t have the slightest idea how I was supposed to shape it. I no longer knew who I was or where I was going.
The character introductions are natural and effective, the narrative flows well. The story is a little exaggerated, a little ridiculous, but without interfering with the narrative; the suspension of disbelief works. It’s probably one of the best Shounen anime I’ve seen in years.
Walking forward and walking away are conveniently the same thing.
The world feels loosely strung together and far from solid. I’m left waiting for more information to really feel immersed in the story.
By the time I made it into the Los Angeles Convention center on Day 1 — after two whole hours waiting in line — I knew that this would be my last AX.