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"Ooookay. The whole thing is now turning into what I was secretly expecting: an erotic vampire fanfic with a hefty dose of hurt/comfort thrown in. But on a sweltering hot day like today it’s exactly what my melting brain needs before it leaks out of my ears." 13 hours, 27 min ago

 
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"Es wird zu viel geredet. Da sind die kurzen Spannungsmomente zwischendurch arg nötig. Kein Wunder, dass Pietyr nicht wieder wach werden will." Aug 06, 2020 01:12PM

 
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"After a long hiatus (blame the Musketeers), I picked this one up again. Not sure I will be able to trudge through 500 more pages, since the book, for all its interesting literary friendship vibes and Victorian atmosphere, has a tendency to be overly detailed and little actual plot. But I’ll try. For Dickens, I’ll try." Aug 02, 2020 04:54AM

 
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Madeline Miller
“I would look at him and feel a love so sharp it seemed my flesh lay open. I made a list of all the things I would do for him. Scald off my skin. Tear out my eyes. Walk my feet to bones, if only he would be happy and well.”
Madeline Miller, Circe

“Neither of them could tell who had made the first move, or whether they acted in unison. They were holding each other tightly before they knew what happened, Robin's chin on Strike's shoulder, his face in her hair. He smelled of sweat, beer and surgical spirits, she, of roses and the faint perfume that he had missed when she was no longer in the office. The feel of her was both new and familiar, as though he had held her a long time ago, as though he had missed it without knowing it for year. Through the closed door upstairs the band playing on:

I'll go wherever you will go
If I could make you mine ...

Robert Galbraith, Lethal White

“It was four in the morning, the hopeless hour when shivering insomniacs inhabit a world of hollow shadow, and existence seems frail and strange.”
Robert Galbraith, Lethal White

Ray Bradbury
“One day you discover you are alive.
Explosion! Concussion! Illumination! Delight!
You laugh, you dance around, you shout.
But, not long after, the sun goes out. Snow falls, but no one sees it, on an August noon.”
Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine

“It was a glorious thing, to be given hope, when all had seemed lost.”
Robert Galbraith, Lethal White

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