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"We should read to give our souls a chance to luxuriate."


~Henry Miller

Currently reading

Operation Rubikon
Andreas Pflüger, Merlau, Günter
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Jarett Kobek
A Short History of Nearly Everything
William Roberts, Bill Bryson
The Power of One
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The Romanov Mission
Robert Jackson
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Gary Waid, Shawn Corridan
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Steve Kluger
And the Band Played On
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The Lion and the Crow

The Lion and the Crow - Eli Easton I put it aside for a while and maybe I'll come back to it.
The only reason why this book is still in my currently reading status is because I don’t want to give it one star.
And if I would marked it as DNF, I have to. And I don't want.
Because it’s unfair.
It is nothing to do with a book itself.
I am not in the knight stories at all.
And I should have known it better before I stared to read it.
Have you dreamed as a child about a white knight on a white horse?
My prince from my girl's dreams was riding a motorbike.
Good, I can say my dream has become true.

But it is not about me.
The knights in the knights books are riding horses.
There are too much pathos, sentimentality and drama in this kind of stories.
The knights not only talk with pathos, they think with pathos.