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I’d treat myself to a reading marathon all weekend. All the ice cream I could eat, all the pages I could read. Heaven.

The Impossible Knife of Memory, Lauren Halse Anderson 

Vacation bookworm wrap up.

Did I read more than planned this vacation? Yes. 

Did I read splendid books during this vacation? Yes. 

Do I wish I always had that much time to read? Yes. 

Here comes the lovelies. Witch you should check out if you haven’t read them yet, expect from Panic of course. 

  1. Analfabeten som kunde räkna av Jonas Jonasson 
  2. Panic by Lauren Oliver 
  3. Cress (The lunar chronicles #3) by Marissa Meyer 
  4. The program (The program #1) by Suzanne Young 
  5. The Treatment (The program #2) by Suzanne Young 
Bookhaul- thrift shop edition. 

Bookhaul- thrift shop edition. 

The crane wife by Patrick Ness
More than this by Patrick Ness
House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski


  1. The crane wife by Patrick Ness
  2. More than this by Patrick Ness
  3. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

Just finished 172 hours on the moon by Johan Harstad


I never learn that it’s not  good idea to read such terrifying things while 1)  being home alone 2) it’s night witch leads me to insomnia. 

Well done self. Well done. 

Fun fact of the day: Harstad used real research and legends to claim that the stuff is the real deal. Someone is sleeping with their night lamp on tonight. 

If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.

 Anna Karenina

Lets face it, you did steal me. But you saved my life too. And somewhere in the middle, you showed me a place so different and beautiful, I can never get it out of my mind. And I can’t get you out of there either. You’re stuck in my brain like my own blood vessels.

 Lucy ChristopherStolen: A Letter to My Captor

Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten

Neil GaimanCoraline

When the darkness gets easier, you know you’re sinking deeper, becoming dead yourself.

—Lucy Christopher Stolen: A Letter To My Captor (via sempiternale)

Sometimes, the sun sets earlier. Days don’t last forever, you know. But I’ll fight as hard as I can. I can promise you that.

—Champion, Marie Lu.