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This is the year that my husband and I decided to create a new blog to share with you all! We would go to the store, buy a bottle of wine, and watch the video below.
Why would you watch a video? Because it was our favorite video ever. I remember the day I bought the wine and the night we watched it. I was in my underwear and my husband was in his underwear. It was the first time we saw the video and, although we knew we were about to watch a video for a video’s sake, we found ourselves smiling just as we did the first time we saw the video.
The only problem is that this video doesn’t show us the locations of the events that we’re watching. It’s about our family, everything that’s happened on Blackreef. I’m sure we could have even started a new Facebook page if we were already doing so.
Christina Navarro is a Canadian actress best known for her roles in the films, “Machete”, “The Fifth Element”, and “The Hunt for Red October”. Her film “The Fifth Element” won a BAFTA for Best Foreign Film in 2017 and her performance in “Machete” was nominated for an Academy Award. She’s also appeared in a number of television series including “Hawaii Five-0”, “Grimm,” “The 100,” and “The Sinner”.
It’s unclear if she’d be playing a game character named “Christina,” but one would hope so. She’s best known for her role in the movie Machete and the television series Grimm. For us in the future, we are using any number of names to refer to her.
You will find the title of this trailer pretty much alluring. It’s clear that the title “the only part of the book that matters” is the main character. Though she’s a little older than everyone else, she’s a really great character.
The fact that we’re discussing a book title that is the only part of the book that matters, as opposed to one that is a part of the setting and story, is in itself somewhat unsettling. Though, to be fair, we don’t know that much about the book/setting/story.
In any case, the best part of the trailer is when the trailer cuts to the reader in the middle of the book who points out to the main character to “hey, I’m right in the middle of this book and it’s pretty important. Come on, you can do this.” Even though the trailer does point to the fact that the main character is at risk of losing her mind, it is clear that she is doing a great job of not losing her mind.
Speaking of Christina Navarro, if you are wondering why the books are so interesting and not so terrifying, I have a theory. The author’s previous books were set in a fantasy world that is very similar to our own. In death, she is forced to take a dark path. In this world she encounters the ghost of a girl whose soul has been stolen by a wizard. She is told that they will meet again in the afterlife, and this is where the mystery in this book lies.
Christina Navarro has a lot of similarities with our own. She is the second author in a trilogy (after Terry Annemann) who is attempting to create a world where magic and humans co-exist, and she is the first one to write in a fantasy setting. With books like the Nightside and the first Twilight Saga, the writers often write in the supernatural, because in a fantasy world, the supernatural is always there.