Fahrenheit 451

After finishing Eat.Pray.Love, picking up Fahrenheit 45 was a big change in pace. I am going to be honest though, it has been a bit of a struggle for me to truly connect to this book. In the first part of the book, the same question continuously crossed my mind. ‘But just why are they burning the books?’ And it did not start making sense until the second half of the book.

Now I could be completely wrong about this theory and please correct me if I am wrong. From th direction that the book is going right now, it seems as though the reason behind burning the books, is because whoever is running the society does not want the people to obtain knowledge. The less they know, the less they can question why. But I do not agree with this. I feel like if they have the knowledge, they understand the why and that causes less issues. Even if they burn the books, that doesn’t get rid of the knowledge or ideas that they have already obtained.


I am not done with the book yet, so I will be uploading a response with my final ideas about this book.


Have you book? What are your thoughts?

xX, Jimalion


Sunday is the day of rest. I went to church and received a good word. After church I went to Barnes and Nobles and started to browse. I have started so many books lately that I need to finish, so realistically speaking I didn’t need to pick up yet another book. But in true Jimalion fashion…. I did just that. I stumbled across a book called A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness and I am beyond excited to start it.

After purchasing my book, I got my normal iced coffee and sat down in the nearest corner and pulled out an old book and began reading. I’ve been here for over an hour, and I am so at peace. Getting lost in the words and creativity is something I cannot get enough of.

Sunday’s……I love Sunday’s.

xX,  Jimalion