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Lenna • Sugar Dusted Pages is on page 97 of 336 of The Wicked King: I feel like the only sane person in this book is Jude, and that's not even saying much
The Wicked King by Holly Black
The Wicked King (The Folk of the Air, #2)
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When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
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I learned from this book: Death is simply one more part of life that we'll all experience one day, one way or another. It's what we do until then that matters.
Lenna • Sugar Dusted Pages is on page 69 of 208 of When Breath Becomes Air: "Words began to feel as weightless as the breath that carried them... I wanted that direct experience...Moral speculation was puny compared to moral action." Pg.43

He articulates what I couldn't about one main reason I'm not continuing in my English degree after all. Everyone just sits and talks and talks and never does anything.
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Best one so far, and I mean out of all ten books. I read this five years ago, but I didn't realize how emotional some parts would make me this time, how romantic others are, and how uneasy still others would make me. The whole thing with the arai; it ...more
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