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The Neighbour - Part II

One evening everything changed. I had just come home from a day-shift at work and stuffed myself with food while watching television. Rosie and Peter were occupied. 2,736 more words


My secret escape

When reading for fun, do you usually choose fiction or non-fiction? Do you have an idea why you prefer one over the other?

I didn’t have to think twice before knowing exactly how I’d answer this question. 172 more words


Adopting an Erote ...

(Excerpt from Angel Kemory)

In 1973, Millie Brawler finds an Erote on her balcony. Mistaking the angel for a little lost girl, she alerts the authorities, and Kemory is returned to the guardianship of an English nun. 2,515 more words

(id) Books Worth Reading : Dewi 'Dee' Lestari

author : Dewi Lestari a.k.a Dee

books :

#from the 1st photo (right to left):
1. 1st series of Supernova : Kesatria, Puteri, dan Bintang Jatuh… 92 more words

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Popsicle Stick War

Martha Stewart squeezes a grin and turns her eyes towards Meyer, “nice pencil canister” she tells him jabbingly. Meyer groans, “Martha, that’s a cheap shot!” he says with a bending hand extended. 660 more words


The Goldfinch (2013), Donna Tartt

Do you ever read a book that moves and changes you so much that you consequently lose the ability to talk about it in an engaging and coherent way? 796 more words

THE BREAKS (Novel, 1983)

The Breaks, Richard Price’s fourth novel, is a long, meandering book about a directionless college grad trying to find himself. It doesn’t have much of a discernible structure and ends without reaching much of a narrative conclusion. 1,348 more words

Richard Price