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From Looking For Alaska by John Green
Thomas Edison's last words were "It's very beautiful over there". I don't know where there is, but I believe it's somewhere, and I hope it's beautiful
Yes, Portugal vs Spain will be quite an interesting match. Another match that could maybe interesting (at least in the first matchday) is Brazil vs Switzerland. I am rooting for Russia, England, and France (there's actually a funny story with this one) though I'm putting my bets on Germany winning. ...
- Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:01 pm
- Forum: Harry Potter Talk
- Topic: Deathly Hallows - Which one would you choose?
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I would choose the cloak of invisibility because who doesn't want to be invisible? It's useful, and doesn't have any drawbacks. Plus it was the object of choice from the youngest brother (the smart brother) in the fairy tale.
I definitely have some favorites for "comfort watching" and even though most of them are Russian, I still have some favorites in English:
- Sherlock Holmes
Personally I feel that "classics" are books that enlarge ones point of view or somehow teaches one something. Perhaps it's a book that is written well or is extremely useful to understand the time period. "Classics" are in a sense books that help a person a lot, that give them more wisdom or intelli...
- Tue May 15, 2018 11:50 am
- Forum: Book Talk
- Topic: Signings, Readings and Launches, Oh My
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Sky that is awesome that you’re having a sighning of your own book! Congratulations! I agree with Tarma on the stamp, it is an easy and fast method. Personally, I’ve been to one book sighning before. I was very little and we went to a children’s author book sighning in a town nearby. I don’t remembe...
From The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book
The only TV show I ever really watch is a Russian question show “Chto Gde Kogda” or “what who when” and the opening title for it is very vivid and easy to remember, and quite impressively made.