Current read for #readathon! Book 3!
Not the only species where this is a problem.
Opposite of travel bucket list
Felt more like "a complete history of the rise of Islamic extremism in Timbuktu and a few chapter about librarians as a side bar"
1st of 2016.
Bust your ass CONSTANTLY, be lucky, make sure.your eyesight doesnt suck and you may be an astronaut too!
First book of the year! And cute little sprout bookmark!
Always a great feeling when you start a book with skepticism and assuming you're above what it probably has to say and then you're incredibly humbled by the message and are sitting teary eyed in bed thinking and feeling big things about Jesus and life.
And when I say great I mostly mean embarrassing and a little shameful.
This was the book I brought with me to read in the lines at the polling place today!
Spending time this weekend with my favorite autumnal re-read. How can you not live a book with a character named "Carapace Clavicle Moundshroud"? #datRaytho
Am I currently obsessed with this book cover? Yes.
Am I scared to go to Canada now? Also yes.
This has been an intense but incredibly riveting read so far.
Current book obsession.
Hey Neil heeeeeeeey
This book was already great, and then this picture put me over the edge.
On the signing of the armistice that ends WWI.
"War must be, while we defend our lives against a destroyer who would decor all, he explains. But I do not live the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend."
I have a ridiculous abiding love for this creepy book. Don't let the super creepy cover put you off from the great creepy stories inside!