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review 2015-03-31 19:23
Sometimes you have to leave someone behind, Xhea thought.
Sometimes you're the one who gets left.
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quote 2015-03-27 15:02
But we have put together a list of prospective brides, all of them lovely girls. Won’t you take a glance and see if any of them appeals to you?”
Deciding to humor her, Leo looked down at the list. “Marietta Newbury?”
“Yes,” Amelia said. “What’s wrong with her?”
“I don’t like her teeth.”
“What about Isabella Charrington?”
“I don’t like her mother.”
“Lady Blossom Tremaine?”
“I don’t like her name.”
“Oh, for heaven’s sake, Leo, that’s not her fault.”
“I don’t care. I can’t have a wife named Blossom. Every night I would feel as if I were calling in one of the cows.
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quote 2015-03-27 14:57
“But the good news, Leo,” Beatrix said brightly, “is that it’s been four years since you became Lord Ramsay. If you can stay alive for just one more year, the family curse will be broken.”
“And furthermore,” Amelia added, “you have to marry and sire a son as soon as possible.”
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quote 2014-01-11 02:11
How do you give someone a piece of the sky?


'…It was like a great white beast,' she said at her next bedside vigil, 'and it came from over the mountains.'

When the sentence was completed with several different adjustments and additions, Liesel felt like she’d done it. She imagined the vision of it passing from her hand to his, through the blankets and, and she wrote it down on a scrap of paper, placing the stone on top of it.

The Book Thief, Markus Zusak, p. 344

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