by Andrew M. Lobaczewski. (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes). This psychologist survived the nazis and the communists, and at enormous personal cost has written this book. It's pretty dense, but I hope all Psychology, Sociology, Politics and...
or book store and inhaling the scent of the paper and ink that comprises books. I admit to having some ebooks for convenience. However. there is always something infinitely more personal and wonderful about holding a book in my hand, running my fingers down the page as I...
Thou shalt not watch the movie first.
Thou shalt not lose or never return borrowed book.
Thou shalt not ask, “So, what’s the book about?” after seeing thy reader begin to start reading first chapter.
life after I thought I could never love anyone, never be loved by anyone again. It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone."
William Herondale, Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
finished a book and you suddenly return to the real world, but the real world feels incomplete or surreal because you're still living in the world of the book.
A goals to live a life of a girl I'd love to read a book about.:)
I thought she would slap me
K deal.then what can I get in return
What u need
What u can give
I too have money
I have a cma certificate
I too have
I am smart
I couldn't reply to her question what can i give. So u are not going to have sex
oopch btr luck...
hand..the smell of the pages when you open a new one. When I buy preowned books I just leaf through them, looking for little secrets left between the pages by previous owners.
Years ago, I owned a big house with a library room where I stashed and stacked my books. When I...
for reading more books rather than watch movies with them. But I don't mind. Those idiots can't differentiate a book from a magazine. I'm comfortable with what I'm doing and I won't change reading for them. It hurts, but fictional characters taught me to be who I am and just be...
spanning many subjects and genres, and reading is my favourite passtime of all. I find it easier to get into a book than a movie or TV show, as watching something feels too passive, and I can get a bit fidgety and restless, whereas reading I find to be more engaging, and I like...
winter died for spring skies
They roared and roared
But we grabbed our seed
And sowed a song
Against their greed
Down in the vale
Hear the reaper swing, the reaper swing
the reaper swing
Down in the vale
Hear the reaper sing
A tale of winter done
My son, my son...
persistence of the unforeseen, when the one to whom such unbroken tranquility had been accorded in the adult stage was she whose youth had seemed to teach that happiness was but the occasional episode in a general drama of pain."
From The Mayor Of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy.
and buy them a drink? Why can't there be a thing where a guy notices me eyeing a book at a bookstore and buys it for me? That would definitely win me over. I cannot handle using a kindle or "flipping" the pages on an ipad screen. I love books for the pure experience. The smell...
:) 3 of which are part of a trilogy and 2 are just random novels. They're all fantasy, considering my number one favorite genre is fantasy. I enjoy horror and thriller too, but the only really good books in that genre that I have read are mainly from Stephen King.