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emmataylorbooks · 3 hours ago
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Book sculpture cards available from my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/EmmaTaylorBooks
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polyglottishthings · 15 hours ago
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I think what appeals to me about the Inheritance Cycle tetralogy is that every time Eragon heard a new language, he simply learned it
Like at first the ancient language was so foreign to him but he just immediately was like "tell me all the words pls"
And then the first time he heard the dwarf language he has no idea what it even is but by the end of the series he does know at least a few phrases (if i remember correctly)
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akissatmidnight · 16 hours ago
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Just for Kicks
I love Scottish men, a dash of sports, and marriages of conveience, which made Just for Kicks by Tracy Solheim basically the perfect book. It had a bit of everything for the average romance reader and enough little twists to keep you on your toes. Genre: Contemporary Sports RomanceHeat Level: ❤️❤️❤️❤️Overall Rating 6/6 Glass Slippers Andi’s has a rough life, growing up in foster care then…
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mesillusionssousecstasy · 19 hours ago
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John smokes grass, partakes in a little hash, but the LSD trips scare him. "You lose control," he tells Doc. "You lose it to find it," Doc says cryptically.
Don Winslow (The Kings of Cool)
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mesillusionssousecstasy · 19 hours ago
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It isn't long before the other Association boys follow Doc's footsteps to Afghanistan and load cars, trucks, and vans up with hash. The most ingenious smuggling vessel, though, is the surfboard. One genius ships a board to Kandahar, hollows it out, and stuffs it with hash, because nobody at the airport knows what a surfboard is or, critically, how much it should weigh. And no one even asks what a guy is doing with surfboards in a place where there's no ocean.
Don Winslow (The Kings of Cool)
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disturbia0509 · a day ago
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T.T.T. Colorful Covers!
T.T.T. Colorful Covers! #TTT #TopTenTuesday #bookblogger
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week there is a new topic for bloggers to choose and list their top ten. This week is the Top Ten Colorful Book Covers Ohhh… I LOVE book covers and the more color the better! I think this is going to be fun and I’m going to add a TON of books to my TBR after blog hopping today! What do you think about my choices?? Let’s…
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study-w-yu · a day ago
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第三十四天
I’m back at the office for 2 days a week, and I found out that I work faster at home than at the office, probably cause I have everything I need at home. Also probably cause there’s no noise or people.
I’ve also been doing all the things in my to do’s list everyday, and it’s super satisfying, like I love at the end of the day watching my list and being aware that it was a productive day.
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chucanita · a day ago
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- the tree of life grew there. But it had gone wild.
[Far Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys]
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Her mother consoled her with the words "Men don't stay." O already knew that.
Don Winslow (The Kings of Cool)
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She's an old soul," the mother countered. Her psychic had told her that her daughter had had many previous incarnations and that her astral age wasn't four, but four thousand, which made her older than her mother by a good seven hundred years. "In very real ways, I'm actually her daughter.
Don Winslow (The Kings of Cool)
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It happens every once in a white. Laguna is a small town and you run into people.  People you want to. People you don't.
Don Winslow (The Kings of Cool)
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"Marcel Proust, "Sur la lecture", préface de l'essai de John Ruskin, Sésame et les Lys : Des trésors des rois, des jardins des reines, Paris, Mercure de France, 1906" dans le Livre "Culture Chanel - The woman who reads" par Jean-Louis Froment. 
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