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I finally have a Goodreads!

Add me at: https: //www.goodreads.com/user/show/30618885-lilee-see

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creese:

“Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe” by Michael Creese

creese:

“Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe” by Michael Creese

(via for-all-those-rainy-days)

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"Mental illness turns people inwards. That’s what I reckon. It keeps up forever trapped by the pain of our own minds, in the same way that the pain of a broken leg or a cut thumb will grab your attention, holding it so tightly that your good leg or your good thumb seem to cease to exist."

— Shock of the Fall, by Nathan Filer

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I’m reading…

The Gargoyle, by Andrew Davidson:

A young man is fighting for his life. Into his room walks a bewitching woman who believes she can save him. Their journey will have you believing in the impossible. The nameless and beautiful narrator of The Gargoyle is driving along a dark road when he is distracted by what seems to be a flight of arrows. He crashes into a ravine and wakes up in a burns ward, undergoing the tortures of the damned. His life is over – he is now a monster. But in fact it is only just beginning. One day, Marianne Engel, a wild and compelling sculptress of gargoyles, enters his life and tells him that they were once lovers in medieval Germany. In her telling, he was a badly burned mercenary and she was a nun and a scribe who nursed him back to health in the famed monastery of Engelthal. As she spins her tale, Scheherazade fashion, and relates equally mesmerising stories of deathless love in Japan, Greenland, Italy and England, he finds himself drawn back to life – and, finally, to love.

I’m reading…

The Gargoyle, by Andrew Davidson:

A young man is fighting for his life. Into his room walks a bewitching woman who believes she can save him. Their journey will have you believing in the impossible. The nameless and beautiful narrator of The Gargoyle is driving along a dark road when he is distracted by what seems to be a flight of arrows. He crashes into a ravine and wakes up in a burns ward, undergoing the tortures of the damned. His life is over – he is now a monster. But in fact it is only just beginning. One day, Marianne Engel, a wild and compelling sculptress of gargoyles, enters his life and tells him that they were once lovers in medieval Germany. In her telling, he was a badly burned mercenary and she was a nun and a scribe who nursed him back to health in the famed monastery of Engelthal. As she spins her tale, Scheherazade fashion, and relates equally mesmerising stories of deathless love in Japan, Greenland, Italy and England, he finds himself drawn back to life – and, finally, to love.

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caitlyncold:

Marc Giai Miniet

caitlyncold:

Marc Giai Miniet

(via thegreatinsights)

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craighead:

christinegro:

garnnetea:

this is amazing. 
#potterhead forever.

This is tripping me out..

The longer you stare the weirder it gets lol

craighead:

christinegro:

garnnetea:

this is amazing. 

#potterhead forever.

This is tripping me out..

The longer you stare the weirder it gets lol

(via thebookkisser)

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quidditching:

books that should be read at least once in a lifetime

the book thief, markus zusak

here is a small fact: you are going to die

(Source: areyndelle, via the-ink-stained-pages)

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zouweemama:

freshsprince:

i love that book the fault in our wallflowers

(Source: pizzasparty, via youngadultread)

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Beautiful Mess by Irene Tatar
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The loneliest moment in someone’s life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly.

(Source: leiaorrgana, via pagetopremiere)

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Books I need to read - The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult (x)

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