Gotta have something to be excited about so why not that excitement come from slaughter?
Thing is, you didn't sleep much last night. Again.
You were up quite a few times, twisting and turning and rolling and making mumbling noises that made perfect literal sense to you in the dazed state of post dream. Post Nightmare. You've got a problem with having nightmares a lot, you should really get that checked out.
So I started reading this book, it's supposed to be a satire on comic books, but it's actually more like a comic book with description instead of pictures. It's a Comic book in novel form. It's wonderful so far, lots of character depth. It's called "Soon, I will be invincible" it's Austin Grossman's debut and I'm glad my friend Jordan helped me find it a couple days ago. He works at indigo you see. Anyway, the book has all of those stupendous comic book aspects but with stunning diction and character personality depth.
So it's really good, and if you can find the comic book version make a day of it and buy both. I promise it will not disappoint. With the protagonist and antagonist in their own respective narratives through out the book, it kind of feels like you're an omnipresent god watching over all of this with no hope of stopping it from happening
Think maybe God's just a guy reading our book? And when he weeps at the sad parts, that's rain ect.? Probably not, but I think it would be ironic to know that we're put in the position sometimes where we can't help any one we know is about to see some terrible turmoil.
God help us.
Sorry, he can't right now. Too busy reading.