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I felt obligated to read this sequel since I enjoyed Beartown and wanted to know what happened in the fallout! I struggled with the first 25% of the book, and this was my 2nd time starting it. After the 50% mark, the story picked up and then I didn’t ...more
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Sweet little genius Matilda vs. The Trunchbull! I remember watching the movie with my daughters years ago but finally read the book. It’s very entertaining!
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Sweet little genius Matilda vs. The Trunchbull! I remember watching the movie with my daughters years ago but finally read the book. It’s very entertaining!
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“No one ever thinks they’re awful, even people who really actually are. It’s some sort of survival mechanism.”
It’s true, right? I’ve met a lot of awful people, because I’ve been on Twitter since 2008, and I am 100% convinced that none of them think they’re awful.
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All three caravans of the Traveling Symphony are labeled as such, THE TRAVELING SYMPHONY lettered in white on both sides, but the lead caravan carries an additional line of text: Because survival is insufficient.
“Survival is insufficient” is a line that I heard twenty years ago in an episode of Star Trek, and it stayed with me forever. It just struck me as an elegant expression of something that I believe to be true. You don’t have to look to a fictional future to find that phenomenon—as a species, we do things like put on plays in war zones and play musical instruments in refugee camps. You could look at such activities as a waste of time and resources in desperate times, or you could look at it as the thing we do that reminds us that we’re human.
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“What fools we are. How little we appreciate the gifts that are bestowed upon us. Only later, in retrospect, do we look back with the hindsight of all the decades that are lost forever and rue the opportunities we once had and the other, better life we might have led.”
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