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"These two girls got disinherited because of a legal loophole and now this one girl is going to use her talent for acting to get revenge. I’m excited to see how! 😆" Aug 01, 2021 02:01PM

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Stephanie Stephanie said: " extremely cozy

PS there’s a review down below that claims this book doesn’t have any LGBTQ+ rep. I don’t know what book they read because both lead characters in the book I read are explicitly LGBTQ+.

"Reread on audio! The narrator’s dialogue delivery is SO GOOD. I keep cracking up at lines I didn’t notice when reading in print." Jul 29, 2021 05:10PM

Natasha Pulley
“She waited by the blackboard, trying to scrape up enough of her abysmal Japanese to ask what was going on. Lectures were always in English, which was just as well, because she had the linguistic capability of a sea cucumber. As far as she could tell, the word for ‘husband’ and the word for ‘prisoner’ were identical. Half the faculty were still worried that she’d got Baron Matsumoto locked away in her attic.”
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Natasha Pulley
“It was the great evil of plays that every character had some kind of purpose. Absorb too much of them, and you could go about believing there was something wrong with you if you drifted unremarked towards your thirties, and coasted into a quiet beach of no interest to anyone.”
Natasha Pulley, The Lost Future of Pepperharrow

Natasha Pulley
“She felt suddenly as though she had thrown a stone, badly aimed, but still a stone, at a navy sniper.”
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Sarah Rees Brennan
“All over the gray facade of his father's house in scarlet letters he wrote: ELLIOT SCHAFER. He almost added: "was here" but did not, partly because it was a little too cliched vandal for him, and partly because it did not encompass all he wanted to say: was here, is no longer here, is somewhere almost unimaginably different, is all right.”
Sarah Rees Brennan, In Other Lands

Natasha Pulley
“I just hate Paris. I’m surprised more people don’t have some sort of allergic reaction.’
Thaniel decided to let it lie, whatever it was. ‘Only you could hate Paris.’
‘Thaniel, I grew up bowing to immediate family. Every random Frenchman thinks that the only proper way to say hello is indecent assault. I thoroughly hate Paris.”
Natasha Pulley, The Lost Future of Pepperharrow

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