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modordracena · 2 days
If a character (in a high stress situation with minimal information) makes a different decision than you would (a viewer with no stress and more information) —
That is not a plot hole. Thank you.
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bookstore cats
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Some fine examples of #GaufferedEdges
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Vampires and lesbian necromancers and demigods, oh my!
Percy Jackson & The Olympians +2 by Rick Riordan
Dracula by Bram Stroker
The Harry Potter series -2 by J.K. Rowling
The Locked Tomb series +6 by Tamsyn Muir
The Warrior Cats series -1 by Erin Hunter
A Song of Ice and Fire +7 by George R.R. Martin
Six Of Crows -5 by Leigh Bardugo
The All for the Game series -3 by Nora Sakavic
Pride And Prejudice -3 by Jane Austen
The Silmarillion +1 by J.R.R. Tolkien
The Secret History -2 by Donna Tartt
King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
A Court of Thorns and Roses series -6 by Sarah J. Maas
The Folk of the Air series -2 by Holly Black
The Trials of Apollo series -1 by Rick Riordan
The Discworld series +4 by Terry Pratchett
The Raven Cycle series -1 by Maggie Stiefvater
The Picture Of Dorian Gray +6 by Oscar Wilde
Maus by Art Spiegelman
The Song Of Achilles -5 by Madeline Miller
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
The Simon Snow series -1 by Rainbow Rowell
The Shadowhunter Chronicles -1 by Cassandra Clare
The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice
If We Were Villains +3 by M. L. Rio
Wings Of Fire -1 by Tui T. Sutherland
The Last Hours Series by Cassandra Clare
The Animorph series +8 by K. A. Applegate
The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn
The Iliad +10 by Homer
Red, White, and Royal Blue -13 by Casey McQuiston
The Stormlight Archive series -9 by Brandon Sanderson
1984 +8 by George Orwell
Wuthering Heights +8 by Emily Brontë
The Twilight Saga -3 by Stephanie Meyer
The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton
Romeo And Juliet +1 by William Shakespeare
The Great Gatsby -12 by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Dark Artifices -2 by Cassandra Clare
The Captive Prince series -21 by C. S. Pacat
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard -8 by Rick Riordan
The Fowl Adventures series -8 by Eoin Colfer
The Dreamer Trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater
The Wicked Powers +1 by Cassandra Clare
The Odyssey by Homer
The Throne Of Glass Series -17 by Sarah J. Maas
Renegades by Marisa Meyer
The Infernal Devices -9 by Cassandra Clare
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde -3 by Robert Louis Stevenson
Moby Dick by Herman Melville
The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous year. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last year.
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This one was inspired by a dream I had.
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moments from cork
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someday we'll reach here, my love.
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Instagram credit: secondsforeternity
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academia-lucifer · 16 hours
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breelandwalker · 2 days
Looking for some fabulous free ebooks to load up on this winter? Go check out the catalog at Global Grey Ebooks, a huge archive of public domain texts. Search by subject, author, title, or keyword, or browse one of the pre-existing categories such as Fiction, Folklore and Mythology, History, or Poetry. I know my fellow witches will want to check out the Esotericism and the Occult section!
You can pick and choose as many titles as you want or purchase a pre-curated selection that covers a particular topic. (The zipped ebook collections make great gifts for bookworm friends from far away!) All proceeds go to supporting the continued existence of the archive, which is maintained by a single tireless worker bee. If you like what you see, please consider donating.
(Keep in mind while browsing that this is an ARCHIVE and these are OLD books. Some texts may contain material that we now know to be objectionable. I would encourage everyone to read critically and to view them as a window into the past and a marker for how far we've come.)
I've been using Global Grey Ebooks for several years now to locate and read hard-to-find ebooks on history and occultism. This is a fabulous resource for anyone with an interest in history, folklore, classical fiction, or classical literature in general.
Check out Global Grey Ebooks and start adding to your personal library today!
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The Last of the Teddy Girls: Photographs by Ken Russell - taken in London and originally published in Britain's Picture Post magazine, June 1955.
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quotespile · 2 days
I lay and cried, and began to feel again, to admit I was human, vulnerable, sensitive. I began to remember how it had been before; how there was that germ of positive creativeness. Character is fate; and damn, I'd better work on my character. I had been withdrawing into a retreat of numbness: it is so much safer not to feel, not to let the world touch one. But my honest self revolted at this, hated me for doing this.
Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
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