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You know what? I wish I had time to go back & read this book again right now. Nothing says "I love this book" better than wanting to read it again.




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I’m reading Siege and Storm right now, which definitely isn’t as good as Six of Crows but is still really enjoyable. I mean it is Leigh Bardugo so ofc I can’t dislike it.

“Under the Mountain” shirts now available in store. Honestly, Under the Mountain was one of my favorite character trial arc I have ever read because I honestly could not guess what was coming next. It also was a pivotal moment for Feyre as a character and colors the context for the rest of the series in terms of what she was like before Under the Mountain and the girl she was after.⁣

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“Appartengo ad una generazione disgraziata a cavallo fra i vecchi tempi ed i nuovi, e che si trova a disagio in tutti e due.”

– Il Gattopardo, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Deep inside, she knew who she was, and that person was smart and kind and often very funny, but somehow her personality always got lost somewhere between her heart and her mouth, and she found herself saying the wrong thing or, more often, nothing at all.

Julia Quinn