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I live in a community in the Sonoran Desert. It’s a place where “lawn” is defined by the shade of stone that covers your yard: Desert Gold, Apache Rose, Santa Fe Brown. Rain is seasonal and precious. And after the rains, an amazing thing happens … the desert turns green. Not in a lush temperate forest sort of way, but in a hushed and quiet sort of way. At first it’s barely noticeable. And th...

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“It is no secret. All power is one in source and end, I think. Years and distances, stars and candles, water and wind and wizardry, the craft in a man's hand and the wisdom in a tree's root: they all arise together. My name, and yours, and the true name of the sun, or a spring of water, or an unborn child, all are syllables of the great word that is very slowly spoken by the shining of the stars. There is no other power. No other name.”
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“There is a moment between waking and sleeping and between sleeping and waking when the mind seems to be in many places at once, when memories mingle with dreams, when what has been and what is yet to be exist side by side, and when the mind slips free of time and personality to wander in strange halls where the familiar and the strange become indistinguishable and ghosts and visions walk hand in hand. Aelis tumbled toward sleep and fell into this place, to the mind's borderlands, where magic is.”
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Cottageunderhill Nice Pic!


Cottageunderhill I read both the Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. I liked the stories, but not the writing, which I felt was condescen..."

Yeah, I agree. Though I thought the story for Angels and Demons was better than the Da Vinci Code. And well, that's the problem with writer's and their egos... I like when they explain stuff but not when the stuff they are explaining a kindergartener should know. ;)



message 3: by Susan

Susan Cottageunderhill wrote: "I thought you didn't read the "Da Vinci Code"..."

I read both the Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. I liked the stories, but not the writing, which I felt was condescending and pedantic :) Dan Brown wastes too much time telling the reader how smart he is.




Cottageunderhill I thought you didn't read the "Da Vinci Code"...


Cottageunderhill You need a pic! :D


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