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“A new sound answered my scream. Shrill and far away, it seemed familiar and completely foreign. I listened, ears straining over the roar and crackle of the fire and the distant groan of metal. It repeated, closer. A bird. Not just a bird. It was no robin or sparrow crying out for me. It was a bird of prey.  (…)  The bird cried out, its lovely song nearly in my ear.”

SO MAJESTIC!

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SPOILERS under the cut for season 1 and 2 of  We’re Alive.

You should totally listen to it before getting spoiled by my theory, yo.

No, seriously, it’s really good.  Go listen to it right now.

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Ok, here goes..

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I`m gonna watch Wallander for the first time.  The British Wallander, mostly because of a certain someone.  I`ll try to marathon through the three first episodes in a row. It’s my first time (though I have seen & read the Swedish ones long ago) and I shall of course live-blog in between the intermittent screams of excitement and yawns of boredom that I can currently foretell.  Gird your loins, for there will be ladyboners all over the place!

But not just yet, I`ll rather make one big post than several little tidbits of repetitive squealing and descriptive clawing at the screen.

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  • #Reading #ThePledge, and so far nothing has happened.  We just met this guy in a seedy bar, and I suspect he’ll be a future Love Interest.
  • So this guy, Max, is a military guy.  But he’s talking directly with The Queen?  Is he perhaps related?  It would fit his language.
  • If I’m right in this assumption of him being Royal, I’ll bet money on his full name being Maximillian.
  • I was 100% right in every assumption up until now, name and everything.  The story has yet to grow interesting.
  • I give up, this book didn’t even pick up by the end, no tension or excitement.  It wasn’t bad, though.  Just boring.
  • Only thing I liked was the not-giving-in-to-torture-of-parents bit. But then she just gave up when her sister entered the picture?  #Pushover

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The Body Finder

  • I am 99% sure that the guy just described in the search group is the killer. He had no murder-feel? CALLING IT!
  • …he has no sound of a killer, but HE DIDN’T REALLY #KILL THEM, which gives him no resonance with Violet.
  • …also, there’s some #ObviousLampshading.  He was described as unimportant, BUT with more than five words, all corresponding with killer’s POV.
  • I could be wrong, though. The writer might actually not make this a huge twist and instead go along with her original (but unoriginal) idea.
  • (I’ll be so disappointed if it’s not the unassuming military man. It’s a freaking #brilliant plot twist, having the killer not actually kill.)
  • OK, they caught someone else, someone with all the “kill-feels” about him. I don’t like this. It’s way too early in the book to catch him.
  • There’s a second guy. KNEW IT! Military man fo sho. He has no “trace” because he didn’t kill the others. He’s the hunter/gatherer.
  • Oh yes, go for a run all alone with a killer out there. That sounds like a smart thing to do. #Moron
  • Oh yes, leave the targeted girl alone in a public girls’ bathroom at prom, that’s totally safe! #Morons
  • “I didn’t really kill them, you know, not really.” #HAH! NAILED IT!

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Desires of the Dead (The Body Finder #2)

  • #Reading the sequel to #TheBodyFinder, and it’s pretty dang obvious that our new #unsub POV lady is The New Guy’s sister.
  • Seriously? Now the author isn’t even TRYING to conceal #whodunit, because how much more obvious can these clues GET?!
  • We have yet to meet The Dad, so I’m pretty dang sure he’s gonna be our Bad Guy of the episode. #ObviousLampshading
  • Oh hai, there’s a body in the woods that insists on being found, but we think it’s an animal?  Kids, say hello to your dead mommy.
  • Oh yes, identify the killer and THEN go out alone in the snow to dig up the dead “animal”. #Moron.  Lady, u dumb.
  • Called it.  #TheEnd

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