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Hidden under the surface of everyday London is a city of monsters and miracles, where wild train spirits stampede over the tracks and glass-skinned dancers with glowing veins light the streets. When a…  read more at Kobo.

Hidden under the surface of everyday London is a city of monsters and miracles, where wild train spirits stampede over the tracks and glass-skinned dancers with glowing veins light the streets. When a… read more at Kobo.

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Random Redheaded Ramblings: Review - The Other Life by @Susanne Winnacker - Susanne Winnacker

Random Redheaded Ramblings: Review - The Other Life by @Susanne Winnacker - Susanne Winnacker

Child goals - achieved. (From onceadeeva)

Child goals - achieved. (From onceadeeva)

19 Situations That Will Make Library-Lovers Smile

19 Situations That Will Make Library Lovers Smile

19 Situations That Will Make Library-Lovers Smile

Stray Souls, by Kate Griffin :: James Nicoll Reviews

Stray Souls, by Kate Griffin :: James Nicoll Reviews

Clover at Fluttering Butterflies says Shadows on the Moon: "I love books set in Japan, even (especially?) fantasy feudal Japan. I especially love that it's a fairy tale retelling that gives Cinderella some strength and pretty awesome magical abilities in the shape of Suzume, the main character. My heart went out to her but also to lovely people that she comes to depend on. This book has sorrow, revenge, an amazingly swoon-worthy romance, beautiful Japanese setting & amazing storytelling!"

Clover at Fluttering Butterflies says Shadows on the Moon: "I love books set in Japan, even (especially?) fantasy feudal Japan. I especially love that it's a fairy tale retelling that gives Cinderella some strength and pretty awesome magical abilities in the shape of Suzume, the main character. My heart went out to her but also to lovely people that she comes to depend on. This book has sorrow, revenge, an amazingly swoon-worthy romance, beautiful Japanese setting & amazing storytelling!"

The Declaration #3

The Declaration #3

This novella is a slice of life out of a wealthy French family's sad homecoming. In the short span of the book, there is a great deal of tragedy, which seems to bounce from one member of the family to another. The behavior of the characters is eccentric, but not humorous. There's a sort of pall cast over the book, and in that sense it is atmospheric.

This novella is a slice of life out of a wealthy French family's sad homecoming. In the short span of the book, there is a great deal of tragedy, which seems to bounce from one member of the family to another. The behavior of the characters is eccentric, but not humorous. There's a sort of pall cast over the book, and in that sense it is atmospheric.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

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