Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Tattoo Tuesday: Battle Royale!

Hey there Marauders!! It's our favorite time of the week once again!

For those of you who are new to the site here's a bit of background. Tattoo Tuesday was started by our good friend Tara over at 25HourBooks and celebrates our love of literature plus the people like us who are obsessed enough to ink something literary on their body! Every week we feature a literary tattoo that interests or compels us. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ink.

This weeks tattoo is a nice little teaser for Prong's latest review of Battle Royale which is being
posted tomorrow!! We don't want to give too much away but it is basically a RAVE so if you are still looking for gifts to add to your christmas lists, we would suggest stopping back tomorrow to be convinced!

This tattoo belongs to James Favata and Prongs potential new husband. James tattoo is a bit more in reference to the movie based off of the book, however we are counting it as literary anyways.

James says on his blog:
"My tattoo artist Alfie did a fantastic job and his shop had an incredibly professional and hygienic atmosphere. Even though the 3+hrs of dull pain started to get to me, all in all it was a great life experience."

For those of you who have never heard of Battle Royale, trust me when I say this is one story that is worth immortalizing on your body forever. Excited to read the review yet? Good!!! I

Alright folks, that is all for this Tuesday. Don't be too remiss, for we will return next and every Tuesday with a brand new literary tattoo for your viewing pleasure. We encourage every one to check out Tara's site as well, or even feel free to send us an e-mail with any tattoo's of your own!


  1. I've added Battle Royale to my list. I started it once before, but the length was daunting to me at the time.

  2. Totally understandable! I don't want to give tooo much away since I'm going to discuss the pros and cons in details in my review, but trust me, 600 feels like 100. It goes by SO fast. You even read slower because you don't want it to end!


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