One dewy autumn day I decided to walk down the winding road I refused to traverse before for it seemed full of outgrowth and weeds, the trees were armed with spikes of leaves abundant in number, blocking my way, their spikes managing to always reopen a newly closed wound from a similar encounter. I walk now on a clear road the sunlight streaming freely with no leaves to obstruct it for with autumn, all had fallen down. More curious, I walk on seeing similar trees invoking memories of a long forgotten past. I walk on ...
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When bored, creat a comic strip of a bookscene. Seems legit enough😂 . . . BTW, they just look so adorable 😍 And I can't believe I put fire to signify Tartarus😂 . . . Credits belong to me, please credit if you repost! . . #pjocomics#pjo
5 likes / 0 comments / 1 months ago
Recognise this? #ataleoftwocities . . I have decided to start reading more classics, and what better than this? I have been piqued about this book since its various references by Tessa and Will in The Infernal Devices. I hope to savour this as much as I can, for nothing is more blissful than a first time read, for every syllable will be savored by your eyes for the very first time. . . . #bibliophile
16 likes / 2 comments / 1 months ago
Another Maclean Blockbuster 💥 This one had expected twists but unexpected turns. A highly recommended read for those who crave action novels. #books#bibliophile
17 likes / 2 comments / 1 months ago
Current read❤ This is the perfect way to end the year-with a bang! This book, the setting is in the Arctic Circle, where an airline crashes- and the person or people responsible for the crash is one among the survivors. Will their rescuers, the research scientists, manage to find out who and why before the ice buries them all? A quite different setting, yet the patented Maclean touch is there. I'm halfway through, and I'm to finish it tonight. . . . What would you consider the best read of 2018? Do comment! Let's share book suggestions! I'd ...
8 likes / 0 comments / 2 months ago
One major reason why I prefer strolling down streets is finding bookstands like this at unexpected corners❤ #bibliophile#explore
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An exerpt from the book "Yesterday I was the Moon." This is a collection of poetry penned by Noor Unnahar. This explores various themes of courage, self-love, culture and most importantly, the art of making peace with yourself. This book emits a truly therapeutic feel,with profound poetry paired alongside occasional illustrations. A must read. #bookstagram#booklovers