Books have a way of making you homesick for a place you have never been.
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Ed Vebell illustration to “Loneliness Is Dangerous” by Harry Coren. Cutline: “Alone in the midst of millions, the girl, who longed to talk to someone, stood on her fire escape as the voices of others, enjoying the companionship denied her, drifted up through the night.” Sunday Mirror Magazine, August 14, 1955.
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I want to live here forever.
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WHEN USED BOOKSTORES HAVE SALES
I’m just like:
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Lies and secrets, Tessa, they are like a cancer in the soul. They eat away what is good and leave only destruction behind.
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Bookstore in Brussels, Belgium.
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"I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else." —- Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane (via mylittlebookofwords)
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"Novels aren’t just happy escapes; they are slivers of people’s souls, nailed to the pages, dripping ink from veins of wood pulp. Reading the right one at the right time can make all the difference." —- Brandon Sanderson (via mirroir)
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