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bookish-url:

the saddest sentence I’ve come across in all of literature.

bookish-url:

the saddest sentence I’ve come across in all of literature.

October 2014
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October 2014
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thebooker:

I got a couple of books today while I was in the city with the lovely treesofreverie: That Glimpse of Truth, a beautiful anthology of short stories (Sarah influenced that purchase) and the second deluxe volume of Y: The Last Man

October 2014
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duckduckbooks:

it’s okay to read only YA. it’s okay to not read YA at all. it’s okay to read only fanfiction. if you are reading, you are doing it correctly. stop belittling others for enjoying what they read

October 2014
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taylormurch:

Books with single names as titles.

taylormurch:

Books with single names as titles.

October 2014
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booklover:

new bookmark (by hamaratkedi)

booklover:

new bookmark (by hamaratkedi)

October 2014
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prettybooks:

#BookADayUK / Favourite Agatha Christie mystery
I’ve only read three Agatha Christie books: And Then There Were None, Death on the Nile & Murder on the Orient Express, but I think And Then There Were None will be my favourite for a long time because I cannot imagine a more brilliant mystery! It may not be a book I’ll treasure forever but after reading it, I wanted to enthusiastically recommend it to everyone I knew. It has those moments that make you sit up and gasp, and wonder how you didn’t notice them before.

October 2014
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“Read in order to live.” - Gustave Flaubert

Read in order to live. - Gustave Flaubert

October 2014
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joniep:

October book photo challenge
Day 1: thriller, thriller night

joniep:

October book photo challenge
Day 1: thriller, thriller night

October 2014
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paticmak:

October moods #2

paticmak:

October moods #2