why i changed my mind about the raven boys 🔮 september book wrapup
By Bryan Wright
So Elisabeth is raised in a library and she gets to bang a sorcerer. Meanwhile, I go to the library every weekend and I have no man. I know looking at my sad empty apartment for the past two videos has been very depressing, but, fortunately We have a change of scenery today because I am dog sitting for my friend this weekend. Meg, if you’re watching this we can split the ad revenue of this video. Don’t worry, Sienna is sitting right beside me trying to ignore the fact that her dog sitter is a fucking loser by filming these types of videos. Today I want to talk about all of the books that I read in the month of September, but before we get into that I am contractually obligated to tell you that Glasses USA is sponsoring this video and thank fucking god they are because if you didn’t know, they sponsored me for a video a couple months back. They gave me three new glasses and I actually broke two of them, not because the material was cheap or anything but because I was a fucking idiot and I literally rolled over on top of the glasses in bed It was not their fault at all. It was just me being a dumbass but when it happened I was like “fuck”. Now I literally only have one pair of glasses and I’m probably gonna break that too but then literally a week after I broke those glasses the same guy from Glasses USA emailed me saying “hey, do you want to sponsor another video” and I was like “hell, yeah, I do, a bitch is blind”. It’s not even just for the money now. It is solely for survival. I now have three new glasses. I am wearing one of them right now. This is the Amelia E. Jesable. These are special glasses to protect your eyes from looking at screens too long. This is really good for reducing my eye strain and then they also have like anti-reflection coating. Digital block can be added to all frames, this is just the one that I happen to have but I want to show you the other two that I ordered. I wanted to change it up with a different style. This is called the Muse LA. If I’m wearing colorful outfit, I’ll wear the blue glasses. If I’m wearing like a more toned down outfit I would wear this. The last pair that I got was something that is kind of out of the box for me, but I really wanted to change it up. These are the Muse Raphael. If I’m feeling bold, like if I’m wearing a crazy outfit, then I’ll throw these on. For this specific outfit, I am gonna stick with these blue ones But if you are also interested in ordering glasses I have a link in my description. With this link, you can sign up for a special offer on your first pair. Okay, now let’s talk about all the books. First of all before we even get into anything, what the fuck is this cover. Hannah from Snow White Reader gave me this copy and I’m like, sis why did you give me the ugliest book cover of all time? Look at this shit. This looks like a reject Nickelback cover. Every time I look at it I can just hear the song Photograph playing. Also, is this guy not Jay Kristoff? This is literally Jay Kristoff in a preppy schoolboy uniform. I don’t know who these white boys are. I don’t know why Jay Kristoff is on this cover. I don’t know why there’s a raven that’s glowing from the inside. This whole cover is very unsettling. But still I trudge onwards to read this book for you, Hannah. I actually read the Raven boys two years ago But I barely remember anything from it because I rated it 3 stars. My initial impression when I read this book a long time ago was that I just didn’t see anything special about it. I found myself to be really bored and lukewarm about the book throughout. Considering that I have totally forgotten everything about this book I decided that this could be a way for me to give it a second chance and see if I can better understand the book and what the author was trying to go for which actually happened But let me talk about a summary first in case you are new. Basically, the Raven boys is about This girl who lives with a family of psychics. They all got powers, they all can feel your vibe. The vibes that I got from them is that they’re lesbian This is never explicitly stated in the book But I got strong sapphic vies from this household which goes to show that I am a much more intuitive reader now compared to two years ago because I did not pick up on this shit way back when, but now I’m reading this and I’m like these bitches are gay. The family tells Blue that if she kisses her true love that boy will die and I’m like Really? How convenient Man, I guess…I guess you’ll just have to stay away from boys. Where are you gonna do? Is this a psychic reading or are you just spreading your lesbian agenda? I think they just told her this so that she does not fuck with straight culture. They were like, my daughter will not be a hetero, especially when these boys look like this. I’m just imagining them sitting in like a circle and getting these visions. They start to visualize a couple faces and they see this shit They’re like, oh no, my daughter is not gonna be with Jay Kristoff So Blue is just like alright I guess I’ll never fall in love then and you know what? Good for her. Next time someone asks me why I’m single, I’m just gonna tell them the same thing. Why am I single? Um, actually my horoscope says that if I fall in love with someone, they will die So, how about you mind your own fucking business Karen. Another thing I realized upon rereading this. Is that the author probably made her live with a family of lesbians to balance out the fact that she suddenly Gets involved in a reverse harem with these boys. Blue’s life becomes more Complicated when she crosses the path of these four rich white boys who go to a prestigious school These boys are called the Raven Boys. They got daddy’s money. They’re cruising. They’re as privileged and white as the boys you see on CW. Imma break down the characters. Gansey is The main leader of the group. He is so rich that he’s dumb like he’s dumb rich. His friend, Adam, has a crush on Blue and he tries to get her to talk to him by offering money to her like she’s a prostitute You fucking idiot. You know what, that would actually work in LA. You can pay any Instagram baddie to hang out with your friend, but this is Virginia, okay? Read the room. Adam is the soft boy He is both quiet and soft, figuratively and literally, because his daddy beats the shit out of him. While all the boys are cruising, he’s cruising for a bruising. [booing sounds] Why are you booing me? I’m not wrong. Gansey tries several times to offer a safe place for Adam to stay at, but throughout the whole book, Adam is just so stubborn about it and refuses to get any help from Gansey and the reasoning is because he comes from like a poor family. He went to this school based on a scholarship, and he doesn’t want to feel like he owes Gansey anything. He doesn’t want to be in debt to him and I’m like, dude. So you’ll let Gansey offer money to a girl so that she can talk to you, but you won’t let him give you a place when your dad is beating the shit out of you? Did your dad knock you on the head too cause this shit don’t make sense. Ronan is the bad boy and you can tell he’s bad cause he’s bald. He saw his dad die and now has daddy issues. He runs around beating people up, shaving his head. He don’t give a fuck. I think a lot of people like Ronan, from what I can tell on the Internet, but I think I’m just too grown for Ronan’s angsty boy ways. I’m like, okay settle down, puberty. Why don’t you grow some hair first, okay? Noah is the fourth boy and he’s just there. This bitch is just checked out the entire time. For the first hundred pages, I was reading it and I was like, why is this guy even here? He doesn’t even do anything like it’s like he doesn’t even exist. I was buddy reading this book with Chanelle and we were talking about how pointless Noah is. Chanelle said, “Sometimes I forget he’s even there” and I was like, “yeah what if he’s a ghost?” and Chanelle said “What if he’s just a vision?” and I said “What if Blue was just high the entire time and the family of lesbians she lives with, are just stoners”. I think that’s the real explanation here. That’s the real plot twist of this book. Out of all the boys, my favorite character would be Gansey because the rest are just too angsty for me. I think I’m just too old for this shit because angsty teenagers are not appealing to me whatsoever. I’m like, oh you got daddy issues [disgusted noise] Peace out dude. I’m not here for that emotional baggage. In contrast, I like that Gansey is just a simple dude. He got money and he just wants to go graveyard hopping. He nearly gets killed later in the story and all he can complain about is that he broke his thumb. That’s the same kind of chill I want to radiate. One time, I crashed into a fence and the tip of the fence stabbed me in the throat and instead of going to the ER, I just watched a TV show for like an hour before my mom dragged me there. So, I feel like Gansey and I have the same priorities. Reading this book for the second time definitely helped me get a better understanding of the story and all the characters. When I first read the book, the biggest struggle for me was that I could not tell any of the characters apart and I don’t know if it was because there were so many that were introduced at once, but I don’t think this is the author’s fault. This is just because I have poor reading comprehension and I’m a reverse racist because if you put two white guys next to each other I’m gonna have a really difficult time telling them apart. But, if you put four white guys [sigh] I’m fucking lost like don’t even bother. But now upon rereading it, I was able to differentiate the characters from each other and better follow along with the story. I was like okay I get who’s who now. Gansey’s the leader. Adam’s a soft boy. Ronan’s a bad boy. Noah has no personality. Got it. Also, side note, This has nothing to do with anything that I just said about the story and I have no proof of this whatsoever, but I swear to God, I swear to fucking God, I think Adam and Ronan are gonna be a thing. There’s no scenes where like they interact that often, but I swear to God. I know they’re fucking gay. Adam has a crush on Blue and I’m just like mm-mm-mm No, you’re gonna be with the bald guy. I just fucking know it. You’re gonna give me four guys in a book. You think I don’t know the likelihood of at least one of them being gay? Mm-mm-mm. I took statistics in college and I got an A so I know these boys are gay. You know how in the Shadowhunters video that I made with Emma, I predicted right away that the brunette guy is gay. I’m getting the same feeling right here about these two. Turns out, I’m the psychic in this house. Overall, I ended up bumping my rating to four stars because, I think once I actually grew a few brain cells since last time I read this book, I could understand it better and I could appreciate it more. What’s interesting is that I am not attached this story emotionally like I don’t feel super passionately about this book. I’m not attached to the characters like so many other people are but I still appreciated this book objectively, like now I can really tell that it has good writing, it has good character development. It’s a very solid YA story that even though I might not be super into it subjectively, I can still appreciate it objectively. I am kind of open to reading the rest of the series, but I’m not in a rush to read it. Maybe I’ll continue it. I don’t know, you tell me. The next book that I read is “My Year of Rest and Relaxation”. This is a literary novel about a privileged annoying bitch who is depressed and when I read it I was like, wow, really? You’re gonna write about my life and not pay me any royalties? Rude. She is a conventionally attractive girl who is very well-off. She lives in a very nice apartment. She has a very nice job, but she just doesn’t give a shit about anything. She doesn’t want to do anything. She spends the majority of her job Just sleeping in a storage closet, during working hours and I swear to God I am just one fucking hairline away from being this girl. And then she decides one day, fuck it, you know what? I want to sleep forever. So I will sleep forever. That is what spurs her endeavour for her year of rest and relaxation where she just devotes an entire year to medicating herself so that she can sleep as long as possible and not deal with any real life at all. It’s very indulgent and gritty and I think that if you have ever been depressed, you know what a bitch feels like. Out of every book I’ve read, I would say this is the most accurate depiction of my depression. Obviously, everyone deals with it in different ways but this girl, this annoying privileged bitch, is me when I get depressed, I often deal with it by sleeping in excessive amounts and then I go through the cycle where I feel really guilty about wasting the whole day or wasting the whole weekend. Whenever I grieve that out to other people like friends or coworkers, the response is usually something along the lines of “oh, you probably needed that rest because you work so hard and you’ve been so tired”. They would say that this is a good thing and you got some rest and you got to relax and it’s hard for me to accurately respond in a way that tells them, no, this is like an actual problem. It’s not self-care to be sleeping 16 hours a day or decide to take a long nap in the middle of the day, just so that you wouldn’t have to deal with real life. What I thought was interesting about this book, is that it essentially dives into this nihilistic desire of what would it be like if you fully embraced this as self-care and you just decided to fuck it all and not associate with the world anymore. The book’s strongest point is the accuracy of the depression. There were so many similarities with the way that she thought about things and processed things. Her entire character is very bland but, that’s…that’s just how it be, you know? There’s a sense of monotony and lethargy and just the feeling that everything is just so pointless. She’s also a total bitch to her best friend, but I thought what was interesting about her best friend, Reva, is that, in a way, she was kind of the other side of the coin when it comes to unhappiness. Reva is dealing with problems of her own. She is dealing with a mother who is dying of cancer and she’s also very unhappy with herself, she’s always preaching about diets and comparing herself to other people, but the difference between the main character and Reva is that, Reva is the type of bitch who’s like “Live, Love, Laugh”. “You have to manifest what you want in life” You know, she’s just like the type of bitch who is so forcefully positive as a way to cope with her life and I thought that was a very interesting depiction because it’s something that I have often wondered when I look at people who are like that. My cynical depressed ass couldn’t help but wonder, is this just something that we tell ourselves to cope with life? Are all these positive mantras just something that we tell ourselves, so that life is a bit more bearable? As you can see, I am a very negative person and this is where I thought it was interesting how the main character contrasted so much to Reva because the main character is a lot like me, where she is extremely cynical and apathetic and just succumbs to inactivity, but Reva is someone who is trying to find meaning in just shallow bullshit, like looks or weight, or money, or fame or whatever, in order to cope with life. And there’s this one scene where Reva is upset with the main girl and she says “at least I’m trying”. It’s interesting to see how they are alike in the sense where they are both deeply unhappy with their lives, but they’re different in the sense where Reva actually is fucking trying to be a person and this bitch just gave up. That being said, I rated this book three stars. There were a lot of missed opportunities that the book did not take. Really, the hook of this story is that this is a very exaggerated form of taking a Mental Health Day, but in terms of like being insightful, I did not get that sense at all. I think the reason why is because there is not much pay off to the little subplots that the author puts, including the main plot. Normally, I would be fine with not having a payoff for this type of story because life doesn’t have a conclusion sometimes, but the ending which I’m not going to spoil has this weird tonal shift, where it almost feels like the author was like “oh shit, I gotta end this book. Let me wrap it up in a neat little bow and kind of, give some kind of conclusion” and it felt very abrupt, and, frankly, kind of misplaced. So, it’s not like this is some pointless book where she’s just miserable the whole time. The author tried to give some kind of conclusion towards the ending, but it felt so much out of nowhere. There’s some kind of symbolism towards the end that I won’t say due to spoilers, but it felt very tacked on. So, I think the author had this hook that she thought was interesting enough to pursue, but she didn’t really execute it as well, in order for it to be insightful. I think what would have helped is if she added a little bit more humanity to the main character, and extended a little bit more of the seeds that she planted because obviously the main character was grieving over her parents and had a very troubled childhood. She’s also projecting her self-hatred onto her best friend, I would have liked to see more of that exploration, in order for it to feel like a well-rounded 300-page book. There are mixed reviews about this book. I did see that a common one is that people just cannot stand the main character because she’s very annoying and privileged, but I mean that’s kind of like the point. The whole reason she’s able to take a year of rest and relaxation is because she’s a rich bitch. She has the trust fund money to just spend a whole year doing nothing and not pay any consequences for it. Her wealth was like a plot device in that sense, in order for the story to work. My problem wasn’t her privilege. My problem was more so there was a missed opportunity to make it a more purposeful portrayal. I think there’s something interesting about how you can have the success that other people vie for like money or looks or fame or whatever and still be fucking miserable. Depression is something that is not sexist or classist, it affects everyone. I would have liked to see just a bit more humanity to this girl, so that she just doesn’t happen to be conveniently rich, but also her upbringing has influenced why she is the way that she is. Overall, three stars. When I announced that I was gonna read this book, I did get a comment that was warning me that the book would be triggering, but honestly, I was totally fine when reading this book, but I think that’s just because like this girl, I feel nothing. And just like this girl, I also felt lukewarm about this book. The next book that I read is the “Book of Ideas”. This is a journal of creative direction and graphic design. I’m going to cut to a clip where I flip through the pages, so that you can see how pretty the book is. It is a book compiled by a designer who put together examples of his 3D work along with some pieces of advice that he would give to other creatives. They are divided by three categories like, work, creativity and mind. This would be between 3 or 3.5 stars. I love seeing the different artwork that he has produced. He is obviously super talented. I love the way that he uses colors and illustrations to put together a truly remarkable work, but for the content itself I just found it to be lacking. Instead of it feeling holistic, it just feels very surface level. Like, if you divided by categories of work, creativity and mind, that just feels so broad and abstract. Ultimately, that’s what his advice is in a nutshell. It’s too abstract for my preferences. When he puts all these visuals next to the pieces of advice, it would have been actually useful if he took it from a specific project where he applied that advice to. For example, if a piece of advice was talking about following your instincts as a creative, we should see a project where he followed that and some explanation of how he applied that for the specific case study. That way it feels a little bit more purposeful, you know what I mean? After that, I read “Reasons to Stay Alive” by Matt Haig, cause a bitch needs one. September was a weird month for me. You can kind of tell the headspace I was in by reading these types of books. I was hoping that by reading “Reasons to Stay Alive”, I would…um… get one. Just kidding, I’m fine. This video is not a cry for help. I’ve just been feeling down and ambivalent about a lot of things, and so, I wanted to read this book because I had heard a lot of positive things about it, but I found it to be less profounding than what I expected. This is basically a series of thoughts and reflections that Matt Haig has when he comes to terms with his depression and anxiety, and figures out how to cope with it. It’s a little bit about like his life philosophy and how he deals with the revelation that he will always have depression. There are many positive reviews about it. Obviously, it has resonated with a lot of people obviously it is relatable, but I don’t know if it does anything more than that. I think this is the type of book that is more fitting for a person who is starting to come to terms with their depression. Like, maybe they didn’t realize that feeling awful every fucking day is not a normal thing and now they’re like “oh shit, I’m depressed, what now?” So, this is kind of like an introductory Depression 101 course for you to be on boarded, but I think I personally, have been familiar with the conversation and discourse around mental health for a while because this is something I’ve contemplated for Sseveral years. I don’t think it added anything new to the conversation that we’ve already been having about mental health. I rated it 3.5 stars because even though it doesn’t go as in-depth as I would like, I’m sure that it can help other people and it’s a very quick read nonetheless. After that, I read “Sorcery of Thorns” by Margaret Rogerson. This was the book that I picked for Papercut Book Club. I had a live show about it on my channel, so you can go to that video if you want to see more in detail thoughts that I had along with Elias and Kat and Jordan, who all liked it better than I did. Elias rated it 5 stars, the other two rated it like 3.5 stars. I have like a flat 3, which is a shame because I loved the author’s other book, which was “An Enchantment of Ravens”. This one, I’m realizing that I think the author’s main strength comes from shorter, simpler, romantic fairy tale books. For this one, she was trying to do something different. I don’t know if it worked out. She was trying to write an epic fantasy story. It follows the main character, Elisabeth, who has grown up in these magical libraries where books are sentient? I guess? Like, they have a life of their own and they can sometimes fuck shit up. It’s like a very magical, whimsical kind of book. One day, she becomes implicated for a crime that she did not commit and she ends up having to be whisked away by this sorcerer who is supposed to be her “sworn enemy”. The sorcerer also comes along with this demon servant guy. She learns more about those two and she learns more about the library. She has to come to terms with the naive perspective that she has had of the world because she’s been so sheltered within these libraries and now she’s really figuring out how fucked up the world can be. So, Elisabeth is raised in a library and she gets to bang a sorcerer. Meanwhile, I go to a library every weekend and I have no man. I know why Elias was so thirsty for Nathaniel because there are some random moments throughout the book where he randomly says kinky ass shit. Like there’s a part where he is shackled and his demon servant has to uncuff him and he’s like “Thanks for getting me out again” and then the servants like, “At least you’re wearing clothes this time”, and I’m like [confused noise] bitch, what? There’s another part where he has to swallow a poison, and he kind of like throws up, and Elisabeth is like “oh my gosh, are you okay” and he’s like, “don’t worry, this isn’t the worst thing I’ve swallowed” and I’m like bitch. You kinky bitch. This is a YA, calm down. On paper, I should have liked it because it had magical world building, it had a snarky love interest, it had a demon that is secretly soft, and you know, I’m a hoe for those types of characters, but I was reading it and I could tell what the author was intending to do in terms of the world-building and in terms of the banter that she was writing, but it didn’t impact me as it intended. It was one of those things where I could see “oh, this is what you’re trying to do”, but I couldn’t feel that this is what she was trying to do. Basically, like, it just fell flat for me. It also is unnecessarily long. 450 pages. It could have been cut down so much shorter. The pacing dragged a lot. There were so many times throughout the book where I would be reading it and I was thinking like, “man, can this shit be over already?” I just felt very bogged down by it. I didn’t really care for anything, like I know the love interest was snarky, but he was like a very cookie-cutter type of character. Same thing for the main character, Elisabeth. Also, they had no romantic chemistry whatsoever. The only character that was like actually kind of cool was the demon servant. It’s funny because he had more chemistry with the other characters than the two had with each other. But, he was not enough for me to really enjoy this book. I might have liked it better if he was the main male character and the main girl got swapped out with somebody else who had a personality. The last book that I read for the month is “If We Were Villains” by M.L. Rio. This has been on my TBR for a long time. I finally got around to reading it. This is basically a mystery-ish, drama book about a group of characters who went to a college for performing arts. In present day, the main character, Oliver, is in prison because he supposedly had murdered a classmate. When his time is up, and he finally gets out of prison, the detective that was on his case approaches him and demands to tell him the truth, because he knows that when Oliver was arrested, there was more to the story. Because he is finally out of prison, and because that detective no longer works there, he tells the story about what happened years ago, when he and his group of friends were in that college. This is definitely the kind of book that is for theater kids, so if you love Shakespeare, if you love theater, I think you would love this book, but for me, as someone who is not in that realm, I still enjoyed the book, regardless, just because of the drama. It was kind of hard to differentiate the characters at first because so many were introduced at the same time. Luckily, Six of Hoes has trained me for this, so after a hundred pages, I got into it and I just found it very intriguing to watch the tension build up of one of their friends being murdered and guessing like, who did it and how this even occurred. Even though I know nothing about plays, I could still tell that the author was using the events of the story and the character relationships to parallel whatever play that they were acting in, like, Hamlet or Romeo and Juliet. Obviously, if I were like a theater nerd, I would appreciate it more because I would understand the nuances, but even as a noob, I was like I see what you’re doing. I don’t understand it, but I appreciate it. Life imitates art. At first, I was like, “oh no, we’re gonna read about a bunch of pretentious theater kids”, but then the drama happened and I was like, “okay, this shit is good”. There is this awful character in the friend group and he helps create so much tension that I was like, “all right, this bitch is definitely gonna die” because that just makes the most sense. If you’re a douchebag, you’re gonna get killed, but I kept on reading and I was like, “how is he gonna get killed though?” They had to put on the play for Julius Caesar and I’m like, oh shit, they’re gonna pull Mean Girls and they’re gonna be like, “we should totally just stab Caesar”. Lots of tension, lots of intrigue. I know that this is gonna be like a thing where I keep insisting that characters are gay in books, but I swear to God, my gaydar was so intensified when I was reading this because I knew Oliver and this other character had some weird fucking thing going on. Literally, the first scene where they were together I was like, “mm-mm, my gaydar”. I was like, the psychics from Blue’s house and I was like, “oh shit I have a vision”. There’s a scene where the two of them have to do a backhand exercise pretending to slap the other actor with your backhand in a way that seems real and it’s like this weird scene with tension and I was like, “uh-uh, I know what you’re doing. The backhand exercise is a metaphor for going through the back door”. I swear to God, trust me on this. If you read the book, you know what I’m talking about. I ended up rating this four stars because I found it an enjoyable book to read and, you know, that’s…that’s all you need. As long as you enjoy a book, why not? The reason why I didn’t rate it five stars because I felt like the plot twists and the murderer’s identity were predictable. It was one of those things where I think the tension and a mystery was a lot higher than the actual outcome, because you can pretty much see it coming from a mile away. But I still enjoyed it, so I gave it four stars. And those are all the books that I read for the month of September. For the month of October, I am reading two completely different books at the same time. One of them is “Becoming” by Michelle Obama and the other is “Hot Pterodactyl Boyfriend” by Alan Cumyn. I’m reading them at the same time because I’m trying something out. I’m doing a little experiment. Bear with me here, I will report back on my results. But, other than those two, I am also reading “To Kill A Kingdom”, “Ninth House” which is the Papercut Book Club’s choice for October, on Kat’s channel. “Wilder Girls”, “A Pleasure and a Calling” and “You”. If I, somehow, have enough time to read another book, I would also like to try reading “The Immortalists” by Chloe Benjamin, but we’ll see. Before I end this video, I want to give a shout out to small booktubers. I do this thing where, every time I hit a milestone, which is a thousand subscribers. I will shout out another booktuber who has a smaller following, so that they can get the clout too. Last time I did this, I had 48K. Now, I have 50K. Oh hi, you wanna join me? This is Sienna. She’s looking at me like, “how long are you be a fucking nerd?” I’m gonna wrap up soon and then we’re gonna go for a walk. I owe two shoutouts. The first booktuber I want to shout out is Blonde With A Book. She has a lot of great recommendations for female and female romances as well as Latinx books and even books that will make you cry, because she is also hosting Sobathon, and she recently got a literary agent because she’s working on publishing a novel. So, I just wanted to say, congratulations Rocky, keep doing you. You’re awesome. if you don’t know Rocky, go subscribe to her because she’s gonna do great things. The other booktuber I wanna shout out is Jashana C. Jashana is great, but the one video that I really really want to recommend, that I feel like should be required watching for everyone in the book community, is a discussion video that she made called “Do We Have To Defend Everything?” That video is a good example of what I love about her attitude and the way that she processes things. She basically talks about cancel culture and drama that is very prevalent in the booktwitter community and I’m going to be making my own video about it in the future but, I think hers is a great one to watch because we just have very similar sentiments and I just love her attitude, in general. So, those are the book tubers that I’m shouting out. Don’t forget to unsubscribe for my channel and subscribe to them instead. Bye.