Book Review: The 100 by Kass Morgan

So, about a week ago I started watching The 100 on the CW and I am in love. It’s so exciting and fun and I already wrote a post about how I’m obsessed with it so go see that for more because I’ll just be repeating myself. But the show does not have nearly enough Bellarke in it who is by far one of the most aggressive ships I’ve ever had. However, I was told the books have plenty and that they are really nothing like the show, so to satisfy my need for Bellarke, I decided to turn to the books. I started the first book last night and finished it this morning. It was a fairly quick read and I have to say I was actually somewhat disappointed. It’s not often that you find a movie/tv show better than the book it’s based of off but this is one of those cases.

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The 100: S2E8 Spacewalker

So I just watched Season 2 Episode 8 of the 100 and I have all sorts of feels and if you don’t want to be spoiled just stop reading now.

So as you may or may not know, I am a huge Bellarke shipper, so this whole Finn and Clarke thing, this “Flarke” needs to stop.


So that’s how I feel about that.

But anyways, this season we already had what was probably the top Bellarke moment that I know anyone who knows what’s up watched a million times. You know…this one?


So ya…that happens, and then shortly after Clakre gets to witness Finn murder a bunch of unarmed villagers and of course I cheered internally because she’s disgusted with him to it seemed like we were finally over this whole Flarke thing. But then Lexa has to go an decide that in order for a truce to happen, Finn has to die. And I mean can you blame her? He shot about 20 unarmed elders and children and now Clarke wants everyone to just get along?

So now poor Clarke and Bellamy are left to defend poor Finn. I liked the scene where Clarke gets bopped over the head because we get to see ultra concerned I-love-you-but-won’t-admit-it, Bellamy which is always nice. But then Finn goes and gives himself up which I though was noble. And now they’re going to torture Finn for everyone to see and Clarke ends up mercy killing him.

That was the kicker. Clarke killed Finn. Now I know I complain about him and am not his biggest fan, but I mean to have her kill the poor guy? I did not see that coming. So here I am all emotionally distraught over the fact that Clarke just killed her first love, and his ex girlfriend, Raven is beside herself now and pretty much hates Clarke (justified? probably). And I’m not sure if I’m allowed to be happy that Finn is finally out of the way for Bellarke or if I am at least some what sad that Finn is gone for good.


ps: found this on pinterset and I also love Teen Wolf so I thought this was perfect, and it made me laugh.


My New Obsession: The 100

Exactly 1 week ago my friend convinced me to watch the first episode of one her favorite shows, The 100. As of now, a week later, I am halfway through the second season. Yes it is that good. The show is loosely based of the books by Kass Morgan, but when I loosely, I mean loosely. But it is amazing. The characters are awesome, the story line is fascinating and every episode is packed with excitement.

Our main character is Clarke Griffin, and she is one of “the hundred”. She is a juvenile delinquent on the space station, the Arc, where the last of human kind lives after a nuclear war. However that space station is running out of air, so the government decides to send the hundred to earth to see if it is safe for humans to survive there. Clarke is smart, a sort of doctor in training, and her mother is on the council so is considered one of the “elite” and privilege, which earns her the nickname “princess”. But she is smart enough to realize how things need to be organized in order to keep people safe and get things done.

Another of our main characters is Bellamy Blake. He is not technically one of the hundred but instead snuck aboard the ship that carried them down to watch out for his sister Octavia. He is stubborn and acts like he does not have a care in the world. At first this causes him and Clarke to butt heads but he begins to come around and the two are able to work together to lead the hundred in an attempt to keep everyone safe.



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