Feels like: Every single time you tell your girlfriend “Seriously, just leave him,” and she says “But I can’t, you don’t understand.” Song pairing: “Bluecid” by Sevadaliza If you haven’t read Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller, you’re doing this all wrong. I was expecting something incredibly different after having read Claire Fuller’s debut
Feels like: Being in eleventh grade and watching the teacher talk, but listening to loud rock music in your headphones. Song pairing: The Scientist by Coldplay (And the music from the book. Tommy Wallach is also a musician and composed an entire album to go with his debut novel!) This book opens with teenage angst.
Feels like: Riding the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland and interacting with the ghosts. Song pairing: “All The Time” by Bahamas “Tying a shoe; tying a knot on a package; a mouth on yours; a hand on yours; the ending of the day; the beginning of the day; the feeling that there will always be
Maybe it’s all the Ghost in a Shell hype (I still haven’t seen the movie, but the anime is excellent and I’m about to pick up the freshly purchased collectors edition manga) but there’s been a lot of interesting debate recently on the internet about AI. There’s really nothing new under the sun, but here’s
Feels like: a conversation you have with your ex after accidentally liking a picture on their timeline while snooping months back It’s been four looooooong years since we last heard your voice Frank and when you first chime in we almost don’t recognize you and aren’t sure if the album downloaded correctly or maybe
Feels like: Hanging out at the park at night with that guy from your fourth period chemistry class Song pairing: Dancing on My Own by Robyn; Love Will Tear Us Apart (covered)by Fall Out Boy I have a lot of feelings about Th1rteen R3asons Why by Jay Asher, and the Netflix series adapted from the