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Tom Reiss
“-I'm going to heaven! I replied.

-What do you mean, you're going to heaven?

-Let me pass.

-And what will you do in heaven, my poor child?

-I'm going there to kill God, who killed Daddy.”
Tom Reiss, The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo

D.E. Stevenson
“She might or might not have "an imagination" (Arthur could not be sure of that), but she certainly had and extraordinary power of getting underneath people's skins. Without being conscious of it herself she was able to sum up a person or a situation in a few minutes, People's very bones were bare to her-and she had no idea of it.”
D.E. Stevenson, Miss Buncle Married

“Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you.”
Robert F. Young, The Dandelion Girl

Marion Zimmer Bradley
“What sorrow is like to the sorrow of one who is alone?
Once I dwelt in the company of the king I loved well,
And my arm was heavy with the weight of the rings he gave,
And my heart weighed down with the gold of his love.
The face the king is like the sun to those who surrounded,.
But now my heart is empty
And I wander along throughout the world.
The groves take on their blossoms,
The trees and meadows grow fair
But the cuckoo, saddest of singers,
Cries forth the only sorrow of the exile,
And now my heart hoes wandering,
In search of what I shall never see more;
All faces are alike to me if I cannot see the face of my king,
And all countries are alike to me
When I cannot see the fair fields and meadows of my home.
So I shall arise and follow my heart in its wandering
For what is the fair meadow of home to me
When I cannot see the face of my king
And the weight on my arm is but a band of gold
When the heart is empty of the weight of love.
And so I shall go roaming
Over the fishers' road
And the road of the great whale
And beyond the country of the wave
With none to bear me company
But the memory of those I loved
And the songs I sang out of a full heart,
And the cuckoo's cry in memory.”
Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Prisoner in the Oak

Anne Rice
“ ‘She’s an era for you, an era of your life. If and when you break with her, you break with the only one alive who has shared that time with you. You fear that, the isolation of it, the burden, the scope of eternal life.”
Anne Rice, The Vampire Chronicles: Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, The Queen of the Damned

140069 The Far Pavilions and Beyond: a Buddy Reading Group — 20 members — last activity Dec 15, 2014 11:06PM
A buddy read with Hana, Joanne, Tadiana and Diane Lynn and anyone else who would like to chime in on this classic historical tale of the British Raj-- ...more
135423 Taiwan Readers — 24 members — last activity Jul 17, 2014 07:57PM
A group for readers in Taiwan. Hopefully, we can get an online book club going.
9026 taiwan book exchange. — 105 members — last activity Jul 23, 2013 07:42PM
book exchange for people living in taiwan.
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