🏡 TO HAVE AND TO HOLD Re-Release 🏡 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Seriously could not put this book down. I loved ever word of it...and the ending... sigh-worthy romance for a couple that more than deserved it (and their two daughters!) LOVED. LOVED. LOVED.” —Book Bub reader ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 💔 He doesn’t remember her. She cherishes every moment of their time together. Is there any hope for a second chance? 💔 Hunter Cross has lost a year. There’s a gap in his memory, and the woman who is living in his house has disappeared into it. He slept with her, fell for her, loved her—and he doesn’t remember any of it.
He knows he should send her away—except for one little thing. At night, when she slips into his bed, his body remembers hers.
Trina Levine is heartbroken, alone with her memories. Hunter won’t claim any of it—not the joyful days, not the steamy nights. Nothing. It’s like Trina Levine dreamed it, and it hurts like nothing else could.
Except when Hunter cries out in his sleep and Trina comforts him. At those moments, Hunter’s body knows hers, and for a few, brief, blissful moments, Trina’s sure everything will be okay again.
Until morning comes. 💔 From To Have and to Hold 💔
He found Trina in the guest room, packing her suitcase.
She looked up from the nightgown she was folding. He couldn’t help the way his mind leapt from the silky scrap of blue in her hands to an image of the negligee draped over her generous curves. *Whoa.* A fantasy? Or a memory? Had he seen her in it before?
He couldn’t remember ever glimpsing her in anything other than jeans or cutoffs and a T-shirt. She was that kind of woman, practical, fond of serviceable things.
~ 🇪🇸 Es de mis primeros libros ensayo? Y me está gustando, me siento inspirada a cambiar ciertas pautas de comportamiento. Y todo el tema de cómo se le exige o se espera de una mujer = matrimonio e hijos 🤔🤔 da que pensar
~ 🇬🇧 I think it's my first essay book? And I'm liking it, I'm inspired to change certain patterns of behavior. And the whole issue of how it's demanded or expected from a woman = marriage and children 🤔🤔 makes you reconsidered everything you learned
What is hygge to you? ☕️ .
I’m still so happy that I found The Little Book of Hygge! Wasabi is covering up the title, but this book popped out at me at the library and I loved everything about it so much I went out and bought it. I’m a fan of Marie Kondo, but I feel like The Little Book of Hygge is the cozy book of my soul! 💙
I am SO EXCITED to have a @bookbeau traveler on my hands! This bad boy can fit my iPad, a full size hardback book as well as cords, Bluetooth headphones, and more in the smaller pouch. This is such a perfect accessory for someone like me who hauls these around not just on vacation, but every day! I’m always looking for ways to keep my books and my electronics safe and cozy, and the BB Traveler does it all in one convenient pouch! It definitely has The Book Ferret Seal of Approval! 🐾 .
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1 97 hours ago
Mittwoch! Zwei Tage der kurzen Woche sind geschafft! Und Mittwoch heißt wieder: Serienabend mit Greys Anatomy!
Und bis es soweit ist habe ich mal wieder eine Rezension für euch. Dieses Mal ist es zu Vampire Academy: Blutsschwestern von Richelle Mead.
Gibt es hier noch mehr Bookies, die diese Reihe lieben?
Aber ganz ehrlich - der Film dazu war so furchtbar schlecht. Ich bin ehrlich froh, dass die anderen Bücher nicht auch noch verfilmt wurden, das wäre ja furchtbar geworden!
Have you ever read a book and it felt like magic was pressed into its pages? ✨ That’s how I feel about THE DISAPPEARANCES by @ebmwrites ✨ I read this book back in 2017 when it debuted, and I still think about how magical this book was to experience. And I also finally met Emily this past March at my St. Louis tour stop and I just adore her. 😍✨ If you’re looking for an intricate, captivating story infused with mystery and a little Shakespeare and guided by an intelligent, lovely heroine, I highly recommend THE DISAPPEARANCES. ✨What magical books would you recommend? ✨
GUESS WHO HAS RETURNED FROM THE DEAD?!?!💃
After an impromptu hiatus, I have returned! I've officially ended my CMA program and I have a week to study for my national exam. It's been exhausting, to say the least. I am so behind on prompts and challenges and frankly, it's made me very sad. Hopefully it gets better after this!
In the meanwhile, I'll just leave this picture of some of my favorite books here. What have you been up to?
April 24th 2019 •⭐️• At 3 am last night I decided to take a melatonin because I just could not fall asleep. On Wednesday’s I don’t have to wake up early so I set an alarm for 1 so I could have 10 hours of sleep—because I have to finish a research paper that’s due early morning Thursday. Of course maintenance at my apartment just HAD to mow the grass for a full hour and then weed-wack for another. The noise was so loud it literally sounded like they were inside my room. By the time I fell back to sleep, my alarm went off. And now...I really don’t want to start this paper. After I finish this paper I have to immediately start another research paper that’s due Tuesday. •
•⭐️ Heartless—I love Marissa Meyer but this book I just could not finish. It’s one of the books on my very short DNF list. I read this book before the lunar chronicles, but I thoroughly enjoyed the lunar chronicles, this I couldn’t get into. But of course I had to buy the paperback when it came out because it was pretty 😂 •
•⭐️ QOTD: What are some books you DNF? •
•⭐️ #bibliophile#books 📚 #booking#bookworm#bookphotography#booknerd#bookaddict#bookaholic#books#book#bookish#bookblog#booksta#bookstagram#bookishfeatures#heartless#marissameyer •
Sometimes a single flame can ignite a love that lasts a lifetime.
Milo Phillips knows the meaning of pain. Suffering through the most intense physical agony of his life, he’s confined to a hospital bed to bear it alone. More than once, he wishes he’d died in the explosion that melted and mangled his skin. Darkness consumes him, snuffing all the joy in his life and leaving an empty hole in its place.
But one day, a flicker of light sneaks into his hospital room, driving away some of the hopelessness. For the first time in months, pain isn’t all he feels.
Credit : @kitkatreads.. Thank You
Everyone meet our kitty💕 this little munchkin strolled one day to our house from somewhere, he was very skinny and seemed really hungry, ever since we fed him he never left the house 💜 he's blind in one eye and seems to have lost his voice, which only makes him even more special 😻 I've personally named him Kell (from a darker shade of magic) because his eyes remind me of him 😸 but everyone else keeps calling him different names 😂 one thing though, he's apparently not quite the model since he never stays in one place 🙊 .
do you read lots of classics from your home country, written in your mother-tongue or familiar dialects?
i’m reasonably familiar with german playwrights and classics written sometime between 1700-1900, as well as medieval german epics, but when it comes to more modern stuff i’m quite out of my depth. my grandparents got me this simplistically beautiful edition of #thomasmann ‘s popular novel #derzauberberg for easter - reading this behemoth will certainly help with my more modern german literary exploration. 🌳
1 37 hours ago
According to my kids, there is an exception to this statement. They say the movie version of Shrek is better than the book. They may have a point. The book is a little odd and the movie was only quite loosely based on the book. Have you read the book "Shrek"? What do you say?
1 17 hours ago
📚 #ResenhaOlivato sem spoiler:
Livro: Um marido de faz de conta
Série: Os Rokesbys #2
Escritora: Julia Quinn
Tradução: Thaís Paiva
Este livro nos conta a história da Cecilia Harcourt que teve a vida virada de ponta cabeça, seu pai acabou de morrer, ela recebe uma carta avisando que seu irmão foi ferido na guerra e o seu primo que vai herdar tudo se o irmão morrer está tentando obrigá-la a se casar com ele.
Ela parte para a América onde o seu irmão está ferido, mas ao chegar lá, descobre que ele na realidade está desaparecido e ninguém sabe dar mais informações quanto a isso. Ela acaba tomando conhecimento que o melhor amigo do irmão, Edward Rokesby está inconsciente em um hospital, mas ninguém deixa a vê-lo, Cecilia se correspondia também com o Edward ao mandar cartas para o irmão e isso acabou criando uma amizade entre eles, e está determinada a não deixar que ele morra sozinho em um hospital. No momento de desespero, ela diz que é esposa do Edward, impedindo os oficiais de afastá-la dele.
O que ela não esperava era que Edward acordasse aos seus cuidados, o ferimento que ele teve na cabeça fez com que ao acordar, ele não se lembrasse de nada. Se Cecilia revelasse que o casamento é uma mentira, eles seriam separados e como ela não tem mais ninguém na vida além do seu irmão desaparecido e do melhor amigo dele, decide então manter a mentira por mais um tempo.
Edward acredita que Cecilia é sua esposa, pois não consegue se lembrar de nada dos últimos meses. Ele está determinado a ficar bem para ajudar sua esposa a encontrar o irmão.
Os dois começam a desenvolver sentimentos que fazem com que a Cecilia fique culpada, ela acredita que deve contar toda a verdade, mas não sabe como ele reagiria. Como dizer que apesar das mentiras, ela o ama de verdade? Será que ele acreditaria e a perdoaria?
Gostei muito, a Julia Quinn me surpreendeu bastante com o nível emocional, confesso que chorei um pouco ao lê-lo e que queria que ele tivesse durado mais. Recomendo para todos que buscam um romance de época que te faça prender a respiração para então suspirar de amores e prender de novo.
No Skoob, eu dei 4 estrelas de 5.
I've been feeling stuck lately and itching for some change, so I started in the smallest tangible way I could think of: rearranging all my furniture at 11pm on a Tuesday 😂🛋🛏
Next step: redecorating my apartment! It may take forever 🤷🏻♀️but I'm at least getting started! Send ideas 😉
Wanting to start The Poppy War soon—if you have read it let me know what you thought! This is one I don’t know much about but am in the mood for some good fantasy, and it’s been sitting on my shelf. ******** QOTD: when you start a book, do you like to know more or less about it? Do you read reviews prior to starting? Or do you like to go in completely blind?
|Review Post| The Familiars by Stacey Halls gets 4.5 stars from me! Fleetwood Shuttleworth is just seventeen and pregnant again after several miscarriages when she finds a letter from a doctor warning her husband she won't survive another pregnancy. Hurt and confused, she latches on to a woman she meets by chance to be her midwife, but when that woman is accused as one of the Pendle witches, both of them are in danger.
Despite all of Fleetwood's status and wealth, this book is a reminder of how unkind the world has been to women. She reveals some shocking and terrible experiences she's had in her short life, and it's never clear through the story if she'll live, or if her baby will. It's a very quickly paced story that's rich with detail about the time and place and I loved it.
A HOTTTT Gymnastic Coach? ✔
An Elite Gymnast? ✔
Age Gap Romance? ✔
Tons of angsty and emotional tension? ✔
An epic forbidden romance that you know shouldn't happen, but you want it to anyway? ✔
She looks like a book you could get lost in.
You don’t see the torn and tattered pages and that her story is far from complete.
She wishes for someone to look deeper than the surface.
You won’t see her looking from the outside in.
She looks like she’s got the world by the tail.
You don’t see her questioning if she’s grabbed onto the right one.
She looks like she’s created many opportunities for herself.
You don’t see that she’s scared to choose to commit to just one.
She looks like the picture of independence.
You don’t see her wonder if she will ever find someone to share herself with.
She looks ready to accept any challenge that comes her way with ease and grace.
You don’t see the many time she has stumbled and fallen.
She is always ready with a smile and a laugh.
You don’t see the heartache that sits just below the surface.
She looks so confident, with an aura of self-assuredness.
You don’t see the many times she is frightened.
She looks like the one person you can rely on.
You don’t hear her whisper how tired she is from people leaning on her.
She looks like she can walk into any room and shine brightly.
You don’t see that that light requires all of her energy.
She appears witty and charismatic.
You don’t see she hides behind her funny jokes.
She looks like fortune has smiled down on her.
You don’t see the endless hours of blood, sweat and tears she’s poured into her dreams.
She looks like she can boldly go in any direction she chooses.
You don’t see that her compass is broken and she is stumbling in the dark.
She looks like a mentor you wish you could emulate.
You don’t see that she fears she is lost.
What is your currently read? 🌻
Does anyone else feel completely lost when they don’t have a book in their purse? I definitely feel like somethings missing if I don’t take a book with me. There are so many good opportunities to read when you’re on the go! 👜
I’m finally starting to like The Cruel Prince, the beginning was a little slow but it’s getting better! I’m trying my best not to compare it to the acotar series but it’s so hard! I’m not that far in but I’m definitely a Locke fan (?) will it change? probably. but for now 😌
0 67 hours ago
This 32nd Anniversary issue of Fantasy and Science Fiction from October 1981 features short stories by Gene Wolfe and George R. R. Martin, so naturally I had own a copy. I’ve never read “The Needle Men.” The Wolfe story is reprinted from The Claw of The Conciliator. Lastly, a great cover from David Hardy.
1 77 hours ago
Happy Mid-Week everyone! ✨
I hope you’re all well today! 😄 I had a semi-productive day, I went to a bookstore, which is obviously the highlight! @chaptersbookstore - was lovely as always (the books I bought are on my story) - it’s honestly such an amazing, extremely low priced bookstore. Think BookOutlet but in real life! I’ve also listened to about an hour of Crooked Kingdom today, I only have four hours left and I don’t want to leave this world!! 😭
After my Red Queen post, EVERYONE has been telling me to start this series, so what better to do than start the series? Buy the second book! 😂 These covers are so beautiful, I can’t wait to get them all! Also, after looking and comparing Hardcover vs Paperback, I like the paperback (for this series) more, I don’t really know why? It must be the different hue? 🧐 Anyways, I’m really exited to start this series!! ♥️
✨QOTD: what’s your favorite bookstore?
"Three dark queens
Are born in a glen,
Sweet little triplets
Will never be friends
Three dark sisters
All fair to be seen,
Two to devour
And one to be Queen"
Seit gestern Abend lese ich den dritte Teil von 'der schwarze Thron' & oh Leute. Ich spüre die Leseflaute so absolut gar nicht. Diese Frau kann es einfach.
Ich find es so unfassbar schade, dass diese Reihe nicht so "gehypt" wird.
Für mich zählt diese Reihe tatsächlich zu den Besten, die zur Zeit in Sachen Fantasy zu finden sind.
Es ist so unfassbar intelligent geschrieben, brutal und düster. So viele Plot Twist, so viele überraschende Wendungen, so viele Schockmomente.
Charaktere, die so viel Tiefe haben, so stark gezeichnet sind - so facettenreich.
So starke weibliche Figuren!
So neu und erfrischend.
Eine Welt die endlich nicht mehr nur oberflächlich ist - sonder immer und immer größer wird.
Kendare Blake erschafft so eine eigene Atmosphäre - es ist der Wahnsinn. Die Frau hat absolutes Talent.
Eine Reihe, die sich für mich total abhebt und wer wirklich gute Fantasy lesen möchte - weit weg von allem was oberflächlich ist - sollte , muss ! Zu dieser Reihe greifen!
& die Frage, die wir uns jetzt alle stellen- lacht oder gähnt Oskar?
1 237 hours ago
Do you ever DNF books? I used to never do it, once I started it, that was it - I needed to finish them. I still finish some books I absolutely hate, because that hate is sort of addicting, but rarely. If I feel like something is going to be awful or put me in a reading slump, I DNF. It's such a great feeling.
I have DNFed The Graces after maybe 2 chapters. It was so painful to read, I decided to just stop. This one and Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater were probably 2 books I DNFed less than 50 pages in. Funnily enough, both give off Twilight vibes... I am in bed already. Trying to get some reading done, before my mother notices I'm home. She's been pestering me so much lately... I just want some peace and quiet.
P.S. I'm reading Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M McManus. It's pretty good so far 😊.
What are you reading?
Auch diese Frage ist schwer mit nur einem Buchcover zu beantworten. Es gibt einfach zu viele wunderschöne Cover.
Ich habe mich trotzdem für @laurakneidl#verlieremichnicht entschieden. Ich bin einfach ein riesiger Blumenfan und damit trifft das Cover genau meinen Geschmack. .
Ich habe jetzt schon öfter gelesen, dass viele keine Personen auf dem Cover mögen. Weil sie sich die Protagonisten selbst vorstellen möchten. ➡️ Ist das bei euch auch so?
Ich habe damit eigentlich keine Probleme, da ich mir die Protagonisten trotzdem immer anders vorstelle. .
Ich wünsche Euch einen schönen Abend #bookies und nehmt euch Zeit zu lesen! .
"A valuable addition to the contemporary realistic fiction genre. The message that being kinder does not mean compromising who you are, but rather unveiling the better and more authentic version of one's self, is admirable. A refreshing mean-girl transformation story akin to 10 Things I Hate About You." - Kirkus Reviews.
I’m so excited to be partnering with the wonderful people @penguinteen to feature If I’m Being Honest by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Brok (@wibbs_ink & @austins_b), which is Mean Girls meets The Taming of the Shrew in this romantic follow-up to Always Never Yours.
Cameron Bright's reputation can be summed up in one word: b*tch. It's no surprise she's queen bee at her private L.A. high school--she's beautiful, talented, and notorious for her brutal honesty. But when she slips up in front of her crush, Andrew, any affection he may have had for her quickly fades. To win him over, Cameron resolves to "tame" herself, much like Shakespeare's infamous shrew, Katherine. If she makes amends with everyone she's ever wronged, Andrew will have to take notice. Thus, Cameron begins her apology tour with Brendan, the guy whose social life she single-handedly destroyed. At first, Brendan isn't so quick to forgive, but slowly he warms to her when they connect over a computer game he's developing. To Cameron's amazement, she actually enjoys hanging out with Brendan; he appreciates her honesty in a way Andrew never did, and she's left wondering: maybe you shouldn't have to compromise who you are for the kind of love you deserve.
1 87 hours ago
Tell me booksters, do you try to support your local bookstore? And what’s what you love the most about them?
Supporting bookstores is SO IMPORTANT 💪🏽✨
Next Saturday (27th) it’s Independent Bookstore day and the lovely team at @librofm have the best gift for audiobook lovers 😎 listen up!
You guys know I don’t like to bombard you with ads and I always try to team up with brands and companies that I believe in 😄 @librofm is the clear example of this. They are the only ones to bring you a super cool and broad catalogue of audiobooks while supporting local bookstores 👌🏽❤️
For celebrating Independent Bookstore Day, @librofm is gifting everyone with an account FIVE FREE AUDIOBOOKS on the 27th ✨ you can head up to their site and create the account now and collect on the 27th (they will send you an email with a reminder)
REMEMBER that if you use my code “thebibliotheque” you can get THREE AUDIOBOOKS for the price of one 🙊🙊
So far my top rec is Daisy Jones and The Six (surprise but seriously - the audiobook is AH!mazing 🙈) and right now I am listening to Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren and An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir - I will update you on those two as soon as I am through 👌🏽
3 1137 hours ago
Picked up this (free!) beauty yesterday for World Book Night. Have you read it?
Andrey Rublev é um filme soviético de 1966 dirigido e escrito por Andrei Tarkovsky e co-escrito com Andrei Konchalovsky. O filme é vagamente baseado na vida do pintor russo do século XV Andrei Rublev. O filme é estrelado por Anatoly Solonitsyn, Nikolai Grinko, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolai Burlyayev e por Irma Raush. .
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Mulheres da Noite tem diversas menções a doenças venéreas - sífilis em particular - e mostra como era dura a vida no pós-guerra de um Japão em ruínas. O diretor Kenju Mizoguchi não poupa o espectador. Joga-o num redemoinho de crueldade, do "cada um por si" que se assemelha ao apocalipse. Desnecessário dizer que se trata de mais uma obra-prima desse realizador que é um dos maiores de todos os tempos. .
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I was tagged by the brilliant @gandalfandunicorns with the #standaloneilove
1. Uprooted by Naomi Novik
2. The Only Thing Worse Than Me is You by Lily Anderson
3. The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly
4. Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum
5. 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King .
"Relationships were never equivalent: that was why it was so hard to find permanent ones. When two people depended on each other, they each had their own reasons. Sometimes the reasons balanced each other out temporarily, and the two of you were suspended gently in air. Then inevitably, one side came crashing down." -Nell Freudenberger, The Dissident
Currently reading (+ almost finished) “Re Jane” by @patriciapark718 and I love it. It’s described as “a fresh, contemporary retelling of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre,” and I couldn’t agree more—the shifting backdrops of Queens, NY and Seoul, Korea add dynamism to Jane’s already unique personal journey of self discovery. Highly recommend! [Photo featuring my daughter’s hand...she’s always after what I’m reading 🤣].
1 67 hours ago
I thought our sweet pups needed some love on here! 🐶 Meet Rudy (Dachshund) & Gizmo (Maltese)! We’ve been enjoying some beautiful weather this week & spending a bit more time outside. 🌤☺️
2 157 hours ago
A SINGLE LIGHT cover reveal!! I so dig this cover and have been on pins and needles to share it with you!! I cannot wait to get you the continuing adventure of Wynter Roth in this sequel to THE LINE BETWEEN or to introduce you to a new character who stole my heart the minute he peered back at me from the page.
A SINGLE LIGHT releases September 17 and is up for preorder now!
What?? Haven’t read THE LINE BETWEEN?? Be sure to check it out at the link in my bio ☝️and then enter to win a signed copy on @goodreads here: http://bit.ly/LineBetweenGoodreadsGiveaway
Also, we are just over 20 people away from 3k—when I start a week of book giveaways! (So tag your thriller and book-lovin’ friends!)
2 87 hours ago
“The book to read is not the one that thinks for you but the one which makes you think.”
Happy Wednesday 🌸 I don’t really read poetry books that much, but this year i want to read more 📚 So, for #justonemorepaigereadingchallenge2019 i picked up The Chaos of Longing because this month’s prompt is to read a poetry book 📖 I’m really excited for this book, and it’s nice to read something different every one in a while 📖 Do you read poetry? And if so, which book is your favorite?
* #BetterReadsChallenge 108/365 📚
Este libro debería estar en todas las estanterías sin importar la edad del lector. De una manera muy sencilla te puede orientar de forma magistral el complejo mundo de las relaciones de pareja.
Recomendadísimo, a mi me ayudó mucho.
Se puede ver animado en Youtube, junto a la segunda parte, que es en parte imprescindible.
• home from holidays all refreshed and renewed and looking foward to sleeping in our own bed again. Balou was beyond excited to see us and did crazy running all over the house, ears flying in the air and feet skidding on the parquetry. Our daughters didn't leap around in excitement at our return but it was so lovely to see them again. I didn't quite finish my book on the plane as I was lured away by two episodes of Vanity Fair, so I'm going to polish off the last few pages of Machines Like Me, and find out if my feeling of impending dread is justified •
hi book dragons!! i just realized that lately i haven't posted any photos that include The Gilded Wolves in it. The Gilded Wolves is my baby and i feel bad for not talking about it so often 😞
Avengers: Endgame is out today!!!!! i plan on seeing the movie this weekend 😆 i was supposed to go with my friends on Sunday but sadly i got things to do that day so maybe i'll just go with my niece later.
what was the last movie you saw? the last time i went to the cinema i watched Hellboy with my friends 😈🔥
i was tagged by the lovely @wheresmybookboyfriend to do the #describeyourreadinglife tag!
☁ How do you choose books to read? depends on my mood!
🍒 Do you buy books online? yes, often on Book Depository.
☁ Do you wait to finish a book before buying a new one? i wish i had that self control 😅
🍒 When do you usually read? at night, before bed 🌙
☁ Favorite genre? fantasy 💫🔮
🍒 Favorite author? Sarah J. Maas
☁ Do you lend books? only to my niece because she's the only person i could trust with my books 😊
🍒 Do you read two or more books at the same time? nope, usually one at a time.
☁ Do your friends read? not really.
🍒 How long does it take you to read a book? depends, sometimes two days or maybe a week.
☁ When you see a person reading, do you try to peek at the title? definitely! 😂
i tagged a few lovely people but everyone else please feel free to do the tag as well! 🌺⛅
16 1548 hours ago
[Werbung: Presseexemplare] Heute habe ich endlich meinen Leserückblick aus dem vergangenen Monat für euch! ☺️ Ich weiß, ich habe euch wieder ganz schön warten lassen ... Entschuldigt! 🙈 Dafür gibt es in diesem Video geballte Book-Power mit drei tollen Romanen, zwei Hörbüchern und einer Menge Comics!😊 Auf YouTube könnt ihr abchecken, welche Titel ich zuletzt verschlungen habe. 😁
"Herhalde cinayet gibi bir suç işleyen biri, bu yaptığının meyvelerini pişmanlık gibi zaaflar göstermeden toplayacak kadar soğukkanlı olur. "
Gariptir ki, insanın itiraf etmek istemediği gizli bir inancı olduğunda, bunu başkasının ağzından duymak çok sinirlenip inkar etmesine yol açar.