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Lighthouse Island: A Novel
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I enjoyed it to a point. The author seemed to ramble a bit and I got lost with her disjointed segways into a new character. They just seemed to appear. Story came together at the end but overall not a fantastic read. Based on this I probably wouldn't...more
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Leo Tolstoy
“The question was summed up for him thus: "If I do not accept the answers Christianity gives to the problems of my life, what answers do I accept?”
Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy
“Moreover, during his wife's confinement, something had happened that seemed extraordinary to him. He, an unbeliever, had fallen into praying, and at the moment he prayed, he believed. But that moment had passed, and he could not make his state of mind at that moment fit into the rest of his life.”
Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy
“Without knowing what I am and why I am here, life's impossible; and that I can't know, and so I can't live," Levin said to himself.”
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