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Top Ten Tuesday: The Winter TBR (I Still Haven't Finished My Summer TBR)

Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR

Nafiza

I don’t do very well with reading lists. I just get resentful when I have to read something by a certain time (oh school, sigh) and drag my feet even if I am going to end up loving the book anyway. 578 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Alexandre Dumas

“Truly generous men are always ready to become sympathetic when their enemy’s misfortune surpasses the limits of their hatred.”

From: Le Comte de Monte Cristo

Humans Of Wisdom

The Aftermath of Chateau D'If

I will be painfully honest. Painful, because it absolutely hurts me to admit that I am suffering from major depression. It has been five months since I’ve done anything society would call ‘productive’. 1,230 more words

Books And Literature

All Those Books from High School

I had my ten year high school reunion last year. Ahead of time, I was excited to hang out with the friends I see all the time, catch up with the ones I don’t, and talk to all kinds of people I don’t see much any more. 1,493 more words

High School

The Phocean City

If you have already visited the City of Love and you’re wondering where else to go in France, why not to leave for Marseilles? I do believe you won’t regret it as it’s hugged between mountains and the Mediterranean Sea which suggests diverse climate and nature. 778 more words

Let's Travel

Vengeance vs Forgiveness

A reading from the book of Romans 12:19, “Never take your own revenge, beloved, but leave room for the wrath of God, for it is written, “VENGEANCE IS MINE, I WILL REPAY,” says the Lord.” 746 more words

The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas

Almost every person I’ve encountered in the past three weeks is probably aware that I’ve been reading The Count of Monte Cristo. At number 44 on the BBC Big Reads, it’s one of the longest I’ve read to date – though having last night discovered that Dumas was paid by the word, one can certainly see why he’d pen such a lengthy novel – and on top of talking about it a lot, it’s had quite a big impact on my life. 260 more words

BBC Big Read