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Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry by W.B. Yeats
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A strong start to a series. I can't wait to read more.
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There was a lot going on in this book and I'm not sure it all worked. The pacing felt rushed. You hardly had time to process one of the numerous plot twists and big reveals before another one happened, and as the book went on those got more and more ...more
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I literally could not put this down once I had started reading it. The back-and-forth perspectives of Maya and the detectives and the pacing of the plot twists and reveals made this a suspenseful read. I definitely would not say that this is a book f ...more
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“Coming out of the forest was much harder than coming in. Marian had always found coming out difficult- generally, she arrived at a graveyard unencumbered and left with pockets or satchels full of coin and jewels, which made concealment much more difficult. It was of course also tremendously easy to walk into a shop with the intent of stealing, but immensely more of a problem to come out of one with a loaf of bread tucked under her arm. Perhaps most difficult of all had been coming out to her family the day she told them she was their daughter and their sister, as opposed to the son and brother they had previously been lead to believe she was. That had been an odd sort of day. At the time, her”
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“Benvolio had never been in love, and he was certain that he was not now. When he compared the turmoil Rosaline provoked in him to Romeo’s sighing, poetical ardor, he found they had little in common. He felt no urge to write sonnets, nor to moan her name and weep. That was love. This was—irritating. No”
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“Besides, if you are who you claim to be, that makes you my true queen. Therefore, you have my loyalty.”
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“Yeah, but broken isn't the same as unfixable.”
Marissa Meyer, Winter

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“He froze, becoming stone still. As the hover climbed the hill to the palace, his shoulders sank, and he returned his gaze to the window. "She's my alpha," he murmured, with a haunting sadness in his voice.

Alpha.

Cress leaned forward, propping her elbows on her knees, "Like the star?"

"What star?"

She stiffened, instantly embarrassed, and scooted back from him again. "Oh. Um. In a constellation, the brightest star is called the alpha. I thought maybe you meant that she's...like...your brightest star." Looking away, she knotted her hands in her lap, aware that she was blushing furiously now and this beast of a man was about to realize what an over-romantic sap she was.

But instead of sneering or laughing, Wolf sighed, "Yes," he said, his gaze climbing up to the full moon that had emerged in the blue evening sky. "Exactly like that.”
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