She had sacrificed her childhood to save her brothers; she loved her family above all else, and her spirits yearned to return home once more, to the wild forest and the land of mystic tales and ancient spirits whence he had taken her. That was the place of her heart, and if he loved her, he must let her go
Daughter of the Forest (via bilyadvf)

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spectrumofcatastrophe:

The great thing about reading a book for a second or third time is that even though you know what happens next, you notice small details you never picked up on before.

(via beloved-of-the-fool)

abookblog:

One day, you’ll read a book. And you won’t put it down, even after you finish it.

(via thaliasbooks)

A will to be unkind is like a sickness. It can be healed or driven out. But to be unkind because you are thoughtless is the worst kind of blindness: difficult to cure, because you cannot see the fault even as you commit it.
Cameron Dokey, Goledn

avatarious:

A half-blood of the eldest gods shall reach sixteen against all odds.
Seven half-bloods shall answer the call. To storm or fire, the world must fall.

(via percabethandmuffins)

zethia:

we set the wrong course and headed due north, that’s where we went wrong // we were young and learning, steady hearts hate turning, that’s where we went wrong.

(via thebooker)

Time jumps. It leaps. It pours away like water through fingers.
Lauren Oliver (Delirium (Delirium, #1))

Monday: Went to the used book sale and bought 4 books.

Friday: Went to another used book sale and bought 6 books.

Saturday: Go again.

What is my life coming to

carryonmywaywardgenitalia:

I’m still crying about this tbh

(via 4gottendaughter)

leilockheart:

by William Shakespeare

(via napfenynap)

bookmad:

who spends an unreasonable amount of money on new books when they already have dozens of unread books at home

me

the answer is always me

(via thebooker)

Lying is the most personal act of cowardice there is.