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Gabrielle and 13 other people liked Erin Casey's review of The Dream of Scipio:
The Dream of Scipio by Iain Pears
"This book tells the three most tragic and beautiful stories I have ever read. Each takes place in Avignon, but in a different era of crisis - the loss of Gaul from the Roman Empire, the Black Death arriving during the split in the Roman Church, an..." Read more of this review »
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American Gods by Neil Gaiman
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Whiskey & Ribbons by Leesa Cross-Smith
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Whiskey & Ribbons by Leesa Cross-Smith
"I HAVE INDEED READ THIS. AAAND I ALSO WROTE THIS. I feel v confident in my feelings for it. I started writing this book in 2000/2001 and have read it a thousand times and tbh I still love it. There is a blizzard (two ppl who love one another a lot..." Read more of this review »
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Feed by M.T. Anderson
“I told her stories. They were only a sentence long, each one of them. That’s all I knew how to find. So I told her broken stories. The little pieces of broken stories I could find. I told her what I could.

I told her that the Global Alliance had issued more warnings about the possibility of total war if their demands were not met. I told her that the Emperor Nero, from Rome, had a giant sea built where he could keep sea monsters and have naval battles staged for him. I told her that there had been rioting in malls all over America, and that no one knew why. I told her that the red-suited Santa Claus we know — the regular one? — was popularized by the Coca-Cola Company in the 1930s. I told her that the White House had not confirmed or denied reports that extensive bombing had started in major cities in South America.

I told her, “There’s an ancient saying in Japan, that life is like walking from one side of infinite darkness to another, on a bridge of dreams. They say that we’re all cros
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Gabrielle and 1 other person liked Brit's review of When She Was Bad:
When She Was Bad by Gabrielle Brant Freeman
"Brant Freeman tells a wicked tale. She layers wry conversation, sly wit, and delectable scene like frothy tiers of the sweetest cake with a razor blade embedded at it's center. Her language, rich and biting, bares harsh truths and delicate vulnera..." Read more of this review »
When She Was Bad by Gabrielle Brant Freeman
"Full of sass, sensuality, and smarts, Gabrielle Brant Freeman's When She Was Bad proves that bad can be oh, so good! A collection of poems that will have you yearning for masks, locking your doors, holding your breath, applauding. Read it, then re..." Read more of this review »
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Book of Asters by Sally Rosen Kindred
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“I told her stories. They were only a sentence long, each one of them. That’s all I knew how to find. So I told her broken stories. The little pieces of broken stories I could find. I told her what I could.

I told her that the Global Alliance had issued more warnings about the possibility of total war if their demands were not met. I told her that the Emperor Nero, from Rome, had a giant sea built where he could keep sea monsters and have naval battles staged for him. I told her that there had been rioting in malls all over America, and that no one knew why. I told her that the red-suited Santa Claus we know — the regular one? — was popularized by the Coca-Cola Company in the 1930s. I told her that the White House had not confirmed or denied reports that extensive bombing had started in major cities in South America.

I told her, “There’s an ancient saying in Japan, that life is like walking from one side of infinite darkness to another, on a bridge of dreams. They say that we’re all crossing the bridge of dreams together. That there’s nothing more than that. Just us, on the bridge of dreams.”
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