Oy, missed a day there. Comes of it bein' the end of the school year, as well as me choosin' to read some non-fiction. I'm still working on a book about musicals, 'cause those types of books take longer to read through than novels.
Title: Quidditch Through The Ages
Author: J.K. Rowling
What it's about: It's a book all about the fictional sport of Quidditch from the Harry Potter series. Details the history of the sport, the teams, the brooms, the rules, and other things.
What I thought: This is a short read, and it's fun if you like Harry Potter. The idea of Quidditch was one of my favorite parts of the Harry Potter series (along with Luna Lovegood). This book is fun and really shows the creativity that Rowling is capable of in her world-building.
Overall: Probably just worth checking out from the library since I read it in about an hour, and while chatting and stuff, too.
And I totally meant to review a different book today, but the words for the synopsis just weren't coming, so I just kinda picked up this book and blazed through it. With any luck, I'll be able to form a good review for Drawing a Blank tomorrow. Please note the irony in that particular title, too. >_>