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The Waking Engine by David Edison
The Waking Engine
by David Edison (Goodreads Author)
read in August, 2015
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awesome world building and deep complex plot. don't expect to understand this one by trying to fast read it. loved it! I'll write a full review when I am back from holidays. ...more
Marisabel Munoz is on page 399 of 496 of The Waking Engine: what a trip. 100 pages to go!
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Cloud of Sparrows by Takashi Matsuoka
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The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan
The Gracekeepers
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read in May, 2015
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The Gracekeeper is one of those mystical and beautiful novels which transport you into another kind of world. The oceans have devoured the earth, leaving groups of islands around the world to fend for themselves. People divided in land and sea. Trees ...more
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
Station Eleven
by Emily St. John Mandel (Goodreads Author)
read in April, 2015
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Once in a while you encounter a book that makes you think. Sucks you into it's words and touch your soul and makes you consider the questions of life. Such was a book last year with A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki. This year, it was Station E ...more
Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley
Magonia
by Maria Dahvana Headley (Goodreads Author)
read in July, 2015
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I was close not to finish this. And I did skimmed a lot through the last 1/4 of the book. It was less than I expected it to be. There was no lyrical prose about it. There was chaotic wording from Aza's mind, repeating words. Repeating. Repeating even ...more
The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
The Book of Tomorrow
by Cecelia Ahern
read in June, 2012
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The Book of Tomorrow Before you continue reading, my review might contain a spoiler or two. Mainly those I find pointless.The reason I wanted to read this book is because I'm an avid journalist, in the most write-my-own-personal-journals-diligently-f ...more
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The Leftovers by Tom Perrotta
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Jackaby by William   Ritter
Jackaby (Jackaby, #1)
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I did not finished this book. But felt I needed to explain why as a sort of review.
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Ruth Ozeki
“Jiko looked out accross the ocean to where the water met the sky. "A wave is born from the deep conditions of the ocean," she said. "A person is born form the deep conditions of the world. A person pokes up from the world and roll along like a wave. Until it's time to sink down again. Up, down. Person, wave.”
Ruth Ozeki, A Tale for the Time Being

Ruth Ozeki
“At first I was like, No way am I saying that, but when you hang out with people who are always being supergrateful and appreciating things and saying thank you, in the end it kind of rubs off, and one day after I'd flushed, I turned to the toilet and said, "Thanks, toilet," and it felt pretty natural. I mean, it's the kind of thing that's okay to do if you're in a temple on the side of a mountain, but you'd better not try it in your junior high school washroom, because if your classmates catch you bowing and thanking the toilet they'll try to drown you in it. I explained this to Jiko, and she agreed it wasn't such a good idea, but that it was okay just to feel grateful sometimes, even if you don't say anything. Feeling is the important part. You don't have to make a big deal about it.”
Ruth Ozeki, A Tale for the Time Being

David Edison
“So while Asher and Sesstri fought their battles and Cooper flew into madness, Osebo the Leopard took it upon himself to tend to the child, and to see if he could kindle in Nixon's eyes the ghost of wonder he knew had once lived there. They all had that, and as a rule they all lost it one way or another; in that way, Osebo mused, they were no different than the First People.”
David Edison, The Waking Engine

David Edison
“What's afterlife?" Asher asked, sincerely, indicating a trio of passing shoppers laden with brightly colored bags, who turned up their noses. "There's only life.”
David Edison, The Waking Engine

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