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I will figure out how to open up a wormhole in space so I can just keep looping back to a particular part of my life to read all the books I didn’t read the first time around.
From A Totally Practical Game-Plan For Reading All The Books by Rachel Cordasco
Boxer briefs for the staunch men of the Night’s Watch. Adorned with “Crows before Hoes” and a wee crow on the back of one of the leg openings. Although from what I’ve heard of the Wall, these would be more useful if they were warmer.
From Bookish Underthings For Racy Reading Time by Becky Cole
In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
If it’s the mixed media in conjunction with the blurring of genre lines between history, fantasy, and horror that appealed to you in Riggs’s book, then Winters’s novel is a natural next read. It’s 1918 at the height of Spanish Influenza, spiritualism, and a little old thing called World War I. Mary never believed in ghosts before, but when the first boy she loved who died in battle appears before her as a spirit, perhaps she’ll have to change her mind — even if only because he’s come back to request something of her.
From Beyond the Bestsellers: So You’ve Read Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Kelly Jensen
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