First person singular by haruki murakami

I believe that love is the indispensable fuel that allows us to go on living. Someday that love may end. Or it may never amount to anything. But even if love fades away, even if it’s unrequited, you can still hold on to the memory of having loved someone, of having fallen in love with […]

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Cress by Marissa meyer

Maybe there isn’t such a thing as fate. Maybe it’s just the opportunities we’re given, and what we do with them. I’m beginning to think that maybe great, epic romances don’t just happen. We have to make them ourselves. cress by marissa meyer ⚠️This review contains spoilers for the first and second books of the […]

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The midnight library by Matt haig

She didn’t want to live any other life than the one that was hers. The one that could be a messy struggle, but it was her messy struggle. A beautiful messy struggle. the midnight library by matt haig Somewhere out beyond the edge of the universe there is a library that contains an infinite number […]

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The seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

If this isn’t hell, the devil is surely taking notes. the seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton Aiden Bishop knows the rules. Evelyn Hardcastle will die every day until he can identify her killer and break the cycle. But every time the day begins again, Aiden wakes up in the body of a […]

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The Murder of roger ackroyd by Agatha Christie

“Every new development that arises is like the shake you give to a kaleidoscope—the thing changes entirely in aspect.”  Considered to be one of Agatha Christie’s most controversial mysteries, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd breaks all the rules of traditional mystery writing.  The peaceful English village of King’s Abbot is stunned. First, the attractive widow Ferrars dies […]

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