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26 Jun 2020, 4:46 pm

Sula by Toni Morrison as part of the curriculum for my summer class.

Before the term began, I never heard of Toni Morrison, but afterwards when I began reading Sula, I knew for a fact that Sula is indeed a very well-written book that was worthy of its literary award wins.


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27 Jun 2020, 5:16 pm

"Familiar Spirits" by Donald Tyson. I used it to summon a familiar this morning.


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01 Jul 2020, 9:15 pm

Bulletproof Witch: Death Rides At Sunset.

Fourth book in the fantasy/western series by F.J. Blair. Temperance Whiteoak, the only female pistol warlock (witch in her case) continues her search for the demons that had murdered her family. Little does she know that those she trusts the most may be arrayed against her.


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11 Jul 2020, 10:35 pm

Harry Potter series currently a bit over halfway through the Chamber of Secrets
It's weird re-reading the books i read when I was 8. I missed so much about it From being less mature.
I re-read some of my favorite series. I'm really into rick riordan. too


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14 Jul 2020, 6:59 am

AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
Sula by Toni Morrison as part of the curriculum for my summer class.

Before the term began, I never heard of Toni Morrison, but afterwards when I began reading Sula, I knew for a fact that Sula is indeed a very well-written book that was worthy of its literary award wins.

I haven't heard of her until recently when I heard about her novel "Beloved" which is on my to read list.



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06 Aug 2020, 1:37 pm

An anthology of the greatest known works of HP Lovecraft.


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One of the more interesting books I have read - about the dangers of groupthink and the re-writing of history



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12 Aug 2020, 3:14 am

I'm reading House of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III. The movie adaptation is one of my favorite movies of all time, and I'm about a third of the way through the book and so far, it's just as amazing as the movie.Image


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12 Aug 2020, 3:30 am

I, Libertine, by Theodore Sturgeon


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14 Aug 2020, 4:35 pm

Even though it took me several days to fully read, I just finished reading
The Dunwich Horror by HP Lovecraft.


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17 Aug 2020, 1:27 am

The Last Unicron by Peter S. Beagle



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17 Aug 2020, 1:29 am

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The Last Unicron by Peter S. Beagle


i have several perfumes based on this story and the characters in it :)
have not seen the cartoon but the book was a childhood favourite

https://www.sirensongelixirs.com/produc ... -soft-moss


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