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Duke of Deception by Stephie Smith
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When I was reading this book, I stayed up a little bit too late at night because I didn't want to put it down, and I opened it up again as soon as I woke in the morning. The author does a great job of writing non-stop tension that shifts seamlessly b ...more
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Elizabeth Gilbert
“The culture of Rome just doesn't match the culture of Yoga, not as far as I can see. In fact, I've decided that Rome and Yoga don't have anything in common at all. Except for the way they both kind of remind you of the word toga.”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love

Susan Hubbard
“He said that academia reminded him of a badly run circus. The faculty members were like underfed animals -- weary of their cages, which were never large enough to begin with -- and they responded sluggishly to the whip. The trapeze artists fell with monotonous regularity into poorly strung nets. The clowns looked hungry. The tent leaked. The crowd was inattentive, shouting incoherently at inappropriate moments. And when the show was over, no one cheered.”
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Jim Butcher
“Kids. You gotta love them. I adore children. A little salt, a squeeze of lemon--perfect.”
Jim Butcher, Storm Front

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