“I will love you as misfortune loves orphans, as fire loves innocence, and as justice loves to sit and watch while everything goes wrong.”
First thing first. That quotation have nothing to do with this post. Saw it, liked it, and just had to share it.- Lemony Snicket -
I've been reading historical fictions a lot all these while. I think one of the reason I found it even more interesting is the non-existing concept of 'freedom of speech'. You see, it keeps your mind wander on what is it that characters aren't saying. People can express so many things in nowadays social setting that they not only misuse the concept, they also mistaken their own expression. It's so easy to go public that most people forget that covert is also communication style.
Currently, I am caught up in the plot of Akatsuki no Yona. Yona and her dragons doesn't really catch my attention despite being what's supposed to be the main story line. It's her earlier setting. Or more accurately, it's Hak and Soo Won that got me hooked.