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  • [sirens] Red alert! Red! Alert!

  • I'm calling upon my last trick I have up my sleeve

  • I didn't think it would come to this,

  • but I guess I have no choice.

  • The one thing that can stop ?️-Series

  • [*Clap* *Clap*]

  • ~Book Review~

  • [Calming Piano] You noticed?

  • How as soon as I stopped doing book-reviews,

  • (Sorry about that, by the way)

  • ?️-Series just sways in out of nowhere, ( sways? seriously?)

  • and took over? ( NOT YET )

  • But no! I realize now,

  • in the eleventh hour, what I must do.

  • I must review books again.

  • That's what everyone wants.

  • That's what will stop ?️-Series

  • It's never been so clear to me.

  • I can't believe I realized it just now.

  • [Clap Clap... Clap] Book Time!

  • The first book, ahh well..

  • I read alot of books, but I wanted to select

  • the ones that I really really loved.

  • There's three of them that I wanna talk about,

  • annd uh, hopefully you'll check them out as well.

  • The first one is the

  • "The Master and Margarita" written by Nik.. Mikale ..Mik-hail Bulgakov ( Well now that's a confusing name isn't it ?)

  • It was written during the Soviet Union Regime,

  • and during that time, I didn't know this, but

  • Atheism was sort of forced upon the population.

  • Uh, It was forced in schools and people were generally-

  • harassed into becoming Atheists.

  • So this novel is sort of an answer to that.

  • A lot of Russian books I've read so far fff... [eahahah] are features themes- ( someone better add this to the moaning compilation )

  • around Christianity.

  • But I think it's safe to say I've never read a book like this.

  • It's, uh, black-satire? (black-satire?)

  • It's a black-satire comedy around Christianity.

  • It's very weird, but I really loved it. (i wonder it now lol)

  • Ironically Mikhail, the author, [pause] burned the first version of this book

  • because he thought he'd never make it as a writer, ( but he did so, irony i guess )

  • writing a story like this, during this time

  • Annd ah, he wasn't wrong. [chuckle]

  • Because when he actually finished it ten years later,

  • he died shortly after. (rip)

  • There's nothing funny about that.

  • And it wasn't published until 26 years after that, ( wow! )

  • so it took a while, but it was recognized as

  • a masterpiece, and it really is. ( this book got the seal of pewds! )

  • The story follows a mysterious character, (but can that character do THIS?)

  • who visits a group of writers sitting in a park,

  • during an autumn afternoon, ( but why wouldn't they just send an e-mail xD )

  • and ah, this mysterious character is uhm

  • A professor in black magic.

  • This group of writers are obviously curious who he is, (i mean obviously if someone walked into me i'd wonder who that person is smh felix )

  • and they're suspicious that he may be a spy

  • And he gets mistaken for one.

  • This mysterious character is the Devil reincarnated. (when did the devil die?)

  • And named in the book, Voland

  • All the writers are Atheists and Voland describes the ( obviously lol )

  • second setting of the story, which is in Jerusalem.

  • during the someone-something trials (I don't know that name.)

  • Everyone knows about this (oof shots fired on me)

  • The-the trials about the execution of Jesus

  • The writers almost say the-aw that it's possible that these trials never happened

  • It's possible that Jesus never existed

  • And Voland sort-of smugley

  • describes this event as if he was actually there

  • which is obviously impossible

  • Voland also predicts that

  • one of the writers' head will come off in an accident

  • And

  • this of course gets brushed off

  • BUTT (tee hee)

  • later becomes true

  • and get's witnessed by one of the other writers, Ivan (EEE-Vawn)

  • Ivan goes absolutely crazy

  • trying to pursue Voland,

  • Trying to capture him in absolute madness, absurdity, and comedy

  • *inhales*

  • I loved reading this part, it get's even better from there

  • The Devil's midnight ball is- was one of my favorite parts

  • of anything i've read in a while

  • it's-it's just fantastic

  • So I will just end [this review] there

  • BUTT (haw haw)

  • Mikail, the author of "The Master and Margarita"

  • He used to be a playwright

  • So

  • It makes the writing very visual

  • I can really *see* all the characters

  • ...and the mannerisms

  • and the humor in front of me.

  • It really feels like you're there when you read it

  • and-which really works well for the comedy as well

  • I laughed out many times while reading this book

  • and all this is really put together in a masterful story

  • it's a story that blends history

  • with the author's own stories

  • that he-he lived through

  • AND

  • his own strides

  • it's a perfect balance

  • I think

  • of-of

  • good and evil

  • and I really REALLY loved it

  • it was actually recommended by one of you guys

  • So...

  • I read one of the comments saying

  • in another book review

  • saying

  • oh "I really think gonna love this book!"

  • and

  • You were right!

  • So thank you very much!

  • "The Master and Margarita"

  • *CLAP CLAP*

  • 5 out of 5

  • Thank you for suggesting an actual good book

  • *chuckles*

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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