South of the Border, West of the Sun ~ Haruki Murakami

Like I've mentioned in previous posts, I fell into the swirl of never-ending reading for a little bit. One of those books happened to be South of the Border, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami. Remember this tweet? Now, no detailed beautiful enough description of this book can hold a candle to the story told. …

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Finished Reading: Anansi Boys

Well, I finished American Gods. Of course it was amazing and it ended perfectly, and I couldn't be more satisfied (almost to the point of wanting more...) So I got over American Gods with a little Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami, and now I just finished getting over that with another Neil Gaiman delectable: …

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Currently Reading!

Well, I've moved on from American Gods. I think I want to write a post that gently reviews American Gods, but I haven't been able to organize my thoughts about it, yet. So what am I reading now? The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles by Haruki Murakami I've only read one other novel by Murakami--which was Hard-Boiled Wonderland and …

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American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Chapter 10 This was somewhere out on rocky Pluto, where the sun is just another star, shiningly a little more brightly in the darkness. This, thought Shadow, is just a hair away from the places where air comes in buckets, and pours just like beer.


Quotes: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Part Two Chapter 9 This is not a land for gods [...] This land was brought up from the depth of the ocean, by a diver. It was spun from its own substance, by a spider. It was shat by a raven. It is the body of a fallen father, whose bones are mountains, whose …

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Quote Share!

One of the reasons I love to read is for all of the amazing quotes, or lines, or sentences, or paragraphs within a book, a short story, a poem, script, etc. that simply capture the reader. The one line that makes the reader think too much about it, causes the reader to linger there on …

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