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Women’s private parts seem more robust and can take a hard pounding. They even have to endure giving birth – which isn’t easy, I’ve been told. So, why would you ask me to grow a sensitive, fragile body part and not a tough one like a ...more
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“If you ask me what I live for, I'll say catharsis. And hope. And writing. I'll never be a defeatist”
Mohadesa Najumi

Anthony Doerr
“He is a ghost. He is from some other world. He is Papa, Madame Manec, Etienne; he is everyone who has left her finally coming back. Through the panel he calls, “I am not killing you. I am hearing you. On radio. Is why I come.” He pauses, fumbling to translate. “The song, light of the moon?” She almost smiles.”
Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See

“Most people are just filler- like extras in the background of movies exist to make the scene appear fuller- they exist only to make earth appear fuller. But, really they are vapid, substanceless, in fact I avoid most people like the plague”
Mohadesa Najumi

Anthony Doerr
“Tucked between the last two pages, she finds an old sealed envelope. He has written For Frederick across the front. Frederick: the bunkmate Werner used to write about, the boy who loved birds. He sees what other people don’t. What the war did to dreamers.”
Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See

Anthony Doerr
“She shakes the little house, though she knows it will not give itself away. He went back for it. Carried it out. Died with it. What sort of a boy was he? She remembers how he sat and paged through that book of Etienne’s. Birds, he said. Bird after bird after bird. She sees herself walk out of the smoking city, trailing a white pillowcase. Once she is out of his sight, he turns and lets himself back through Hubert Bazin’s gate. The rampart a huge crumbling bulwark above him. The sea settling on the far side of the grate. She sees him solve the puzzle of the little house. Maybe he drops the diamond into the pool among the thousands of snails. Then he closes the puzzle box and locks the gate and trots away. Or he puts the stone back into the house. Or slips it into his pocket. From her memory, Dr. Geffard whispers: That something so small could be so beautiful. Worth so much. Only the strongest people can turn away from feelings like that. She twists the chimney ninety degrees. It turns as smoothly as if her father just built it. When she tries to slide off the first of the three wooden roof panels, she finds it stuck. But with the end of a pen, she manages to lever off the panels one two three. Something drops into her palm. An iron key.”
Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See

179584 Our Shared Shelf — 231902 members — last activity Sep 16, 2021 03:31PM
OUR SHARED SHELF IS CURRENTLY DORMANT AND NOT MANAGED BY EMMA AND HER TEAM. Dear Readers, As part of my work with UN Women, I have started reading ...more
121247 Drop Everything And Read — 4357 members — last activity 7 hours, 20 min ago
“Books loved anyone who opened them, they gave you security and friendship and didn't ask for anything in return; they never went away, never, n ...more
135556 Witness: Thriller & Suspense Bookclub — 512 members — last activity Aug 12, 2020 10:47AM
The official Witness Impulse bookclub for fans and authors of suspense fiction! Join us for live discussions with our editors and authors, book giveaw ...more
178725 Let's Read About Feminism — 145 members — last activity Aug 27, 2016 09:52AM
Let's Read About Feminism is an online, feminist book club! Each month, members vote on which feminist (usually non-fiction) title, out of 5 options, ...more
124213 Reading for Racial Justice — 268 members — last activity Sep 18, 2021 06:16AM
"For many people, myself included, books are one of the few places where we can safely challenge our own thinking, learned behavior, and ideologies ...more
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