siminiblocker:

Cath is very subtle bout her fandom.
An old piece from the Fangirl reblog book club, that I got stalled on and recently went back to. Reagan is one of my favorite parts of the book. SHe makes me miss my college roommate, even if they are not at all similar in the details.

siminiblocker:

Cath is very subtle bout her fandom.

An old piece from the Fangirl reblog book club, that I got stalled on and recently went back to. Reagan is one of my favorite parts of the book. SHe makes me miss my college roommate, even if they are not at all similar in the details.

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bookmania:

Real Gabinete Português de Leitura, Rio de Janeiro (Photo: Alessandro Roncatti)

cassandraclare:

her0ngray:

Favourite Books -The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

“You endure what is unbearable, and you bear it. That is all.” 

(inspired by mmorrow’s photosets)

pretty!

The measure of love is to love without measure is attributed in Clockwork Princess to St. Augustine but it’s my understanding that there’s some historical confusion over who actually said it. *trivia

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"A life without books is possible, but senseless"

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The New Harry Potter Paperback Box Set by J.K Rowling

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Club Nexus (Ivy Granger #2.5)
by E.J. Stevens 

Rating: 5/5 ♡♡♡♡♡

Review:

I really enjoyed it! I liked that it continued right where we left in the club scene. The way it was written was also great because we get the different points of views from each character. I found it interesting and really captures your attention considering three different things are napping at the same time. I won’t give it away but a certain unseelie twist leaves me thinking of great things to come in the next installment. I like that we also get a story with yet another infamous fearie the good old Puck. Once again he’s up to no good although I’m surprised at how his mischiev ends, very surprised. 

Forneus, Forneus…. Is it wrong that I like this arrogant yet charming little demon. I really liked getting his side of the story because we get to see the good guy in him. The softer more gentler side that has fallen into the deep end for Jinx. I actually felt sad for him with that twist in the end after all he did. I really hope something comes about between him and Jinx because from the looks of it that’s something that sure as hell will be smoldering. 

Overall great short story that leaves you ready for the next book. Can’t wait!

- TheLifeOfABookJunky

Club Nexus (Ivy Granger #2.5)
by E.J. Stevens

Rating: 5/5 ♡♡♡♡♡

Review:

I really enjoyed it! I liked that it continued right where we left in the club scene. The way it was written was also great because we get the different points of views from each character. I found it interesting and really captures your attention considering three different things are napping at the same time. I won’t give it away but a certain unseelie twist leaves me thinking of great things to come in the next installment. I like that we also get a story with yet another infamous fearie the good old Puck. Once again he’s up to no good although I’m surprised at how his mischiev ends, very surprised.

Forneus, Forneus…. Is it wrong that I like this arrogant yet charming little demon. I really liked getting his side of the story because we get to see the good guy in him. The softer more gentler side that has fallen into the deep end for Jinx. I actually felt sad for him with that twist in the end after all he did. I really hope something comes about between him and Jinx because from the looks of it that’s something that sure as hell will be smoldering.

Overall great short story that leaves you ready for the next book. Can’t wait!

- TheLifeOfABookJunky

meowtilly:

Hey look! Another ladder/book stack!

meowtilly:

Hey look! Another ladder/book stack!

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