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“When everyone knows you’re a monster, you needn’t waste time doing every monstrous thing.”

“When everyone knows you’re a monster, you needn’t waste time doing every monstrous thing.”

Leslie Odom Jr. - Good For You ft. Daveed Diggs, by Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr. - Good For You ft. Daveed Diggs, by Leslie Odom Jr.

Most anticipated read of the month: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. Cannot wait to start this beauty! Anyone read it yet? How did you like it? -  On another note: I am currently in Edinburgh and we will leave for Glencoe in the Scottish highlands early tomorrow morning (thanks @outofthebex and @bookypotter for the tip!). I am loving it so far such a beautiful country!  - - - #bookstagram #leighbardugo #sixofcrows #bookish #bibliophile #photooftheday #igreads #youngadult #ya #bookphotography…

Most anticipated read of the month: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. Cannot wait to start this beauty! Anyone read it yet? How did you like it? - On another note: I am currently in Edinburgh and we will leave for Glencoe in the Scottish highlands early tomorrow morning (thanks @outofthebex and @bookypotter for the tip!). I am loving it so far such a beautiful country! - - - #bookstagram #leighbardugo #sixofcrows #bookish #bibliophile #photooftheday #igreads #youngadult #ya #bookphotography…

“You shouldn’t make friends with crows,” he’d told her.  “Why not?” she asked.  He’d looked up from his desk to answer, but whatever he’d been about to say had vanished on his tongue.  The sun was out for once, and Inej had turned her face to it. Her eyes were shut, her oil-black lashes fanned over her cheeks. The harbor wind had lifted her dark hair, and for a moment Kaz was a boy again, sure that there was magic in this world.

“You shouldn’t make friends with crows,” he’d told her. “Why not?” she asked. He’d looked up from his desk to answer, but whatever he’d been about to say had vanished on his tongue. The sun was out for once, and Inej had turned her face to it. Her eyes were shut, her oil-black lashes fanned over her cheeks. The harbor wind had lifted her dark hair, and for a moment Kaz was a boy again, sure that there was magic in this world.

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