M.T. Anderson

“...for reading, once begun, quickly becomes home and circle and court and family, and indeed, without narrative, I felt exiled from my own country. By the transport of books, that which is most foreign becomes one's familiar walks and avenues; while that which is most familiar is removed to delightful strangeness; and unmoving, one travels infinite causeways, immobile and thus unfettered.”


M.T. Anderson, The Pox Party
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The Pox Party (The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation #1) The Pox Party by M.T. Anderson
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