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Remarkable Creatures
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Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier
“God placed the fossils there when He created the rocks, to test our faith, he responded at last. As He is clearly testing yours Miss Philpot.
It is my faith in you that is being tested, I thought.”
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“Nothing can last forever. There isn't any memory, no matter how intense, that doesn't fade out at last.”
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Last Seen Leaving by Kelly Braffet
“Did you blame the men who fired the guns, the men who built the guns, or the men who invented the guys? Did you blame the men who had put those particular guns in the hands attached to those particular trigger fingers? When Nick's plane crashed into the ocean off Honduras at a speed which turned the ocean to unyielding stone, was it Western Mountain's fault, for sending him out?Nick's, for going? Anne's, for letting him? Did you blame the human beings who had made such a world possible, or the world that had made such human beings possible?
The answer, she thought, lying now in her missing daughter's bed (Was it Miranda, for pushing a limit any time she saw one? Anne again, for uprooting her so callously, for failing in some way to adequately console her after her father's death?), was that you had two choices: you could blame everybody, or you could blame nobody.”
Kelly Braffet
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"I'm going to skip over the summary of the story as many other reviewers have already taken care of that and explain my reasoning behind a single star rating.

First of all, I am a cutter (have been for 10 years and will always identify as such wheth..." Read more of this review »
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101 Dirty Jokes - sexual and adult's jokes by Various
"Lame

This is a collection of poor jokes that most of us probably heard in high school. Not a single one made me crack a smile."
Buried Deep by Max Allan Collins
"This is based on the TV series, based on the books by Kathy Reichs.
I thought the Reichs books were formulaic (even though I enjoyed them) but they are so well written and constructed compared to this.
I will read, watch or lick anything that has Da..." Read more of this review »
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“Yes, Harry, you can love, said Dumbledore, who looked as though he knew perfectly well what Harry had just refrained from saying. Which, given everything that has happened to you, is a great and remarkable thing.”
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“You'll stay with me? Until the very end, said James. They won't be able to see you? asked Harry. We are part of you, said Sirius. Invisible to anyone else.”
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“Dumbledore is gone, Harry. He's gone.
He will only be gone from the school when none here or loyal to him, said Harry, smiling in spite of himself.”
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Kelly Braffet
“Did you blame the men who fired the guns, the men who built the guns, or the men who invented the guys? Did you blame the men who had put those particular guns in the hands attached to those particular trigger fingers? When Nick's plane crashed into the ocean off Honduras at a speed which turned the ocean to unyielding stone, was it Western Mountain's fault, for sending him out?Nick's, for going? Anne's, for letting him? Did you blame the human beings who had made such a world possible, or the world that had made such human beings possible?
The answer, she thought, lying now in her missing daughter's bed (Was it Miranda, for pushing a limit any time she saw one? Anne again, for uprooting her so callously, for failing in some way to adequately console her after her father's death?), was that you had two choices: you could blame everybody, or you could blame nobody.”
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