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After feeling airborne and giddy for a few days, I think my descent is starting. The happy thoughts (and memories) are starting to fade into oblivion again. My feet are about to touch solid ground once more, where they truly belong.

It is an awesome feeling, flying, but it’s only a matter of time until you have to go down and face everything again. Gravity wins, as usual.

Everyone, at some point in their lives, wakes up in the middle of the night with the feeling that they are all alone in the world, and that nobody loves them now and that nobody will ever love them, and that they will never have a decent night’s sleep again and will spend their lives wandering blearily around a loveless landscape, hoping desperately that their circumstances will improve, but suspecting in their heart of hearts, that they will remain unloved forever. The best thing to do in these circumstances is to wake someone else up, so that they can feel this way, too.
Lemony Snicket, Horseradish (via bookmania)

You know that debilitating disappointment you get when someone you look up to turns out to be a different person than the one you thought they were? That feeling is just awful. You lose all respect you had for that person. You can’t even look at them, let alone talk to them. And then you realize that it wasn’t them who changed but you. For some reason, your eyes are suddenly opened and you can finally see clearly what was right in front of you all along. They are human, after all. It’s heartbreaking, really and it makes me want to cry. I never thought I’d feel like this.

Boy, I am way over my head, reading not one, not two, but three novels at the same time. I don’t know how I got myself into this. Haha.

Each novel offers something entirely different from the other two.

"Sisterhood Everlasting" by Ann Brashares is like reuniting with old friends and realizing that just like you, they are growing up.

Immediately after I saw the movie “Divergent”, I knew I had to find out what happens next. So I had to read the sequel novel “Insurgent”. The trilogy was written by Veronica Roth.

I have to admit, I am reading “A Long Way Down” because of Aaron Paul (and Imogen Poots). Seeing that they’re both in the movie and that the book was written by Nick Hornby, I knew it was a material I had to dive my nose in, ASAP.
Boy, I am way over my head, reading not one, not two, but three novels at the same time. I don’t know how I got myself into this. Haha.

Each novel offers something entirely different from the other two.

"Sisterhood Everlasting" by Ann Brashares is like reuniting with old friends and realizing that just like you, they are growing up.

Immediately after I saw the movie “Divergent”, I knew I had to find out what happens next. So I had to read the sequel novel “Insurgent”. The trilogy was written by Veronica Roth.

I have to admit, I am reading “A Long Way Down” because of Aaron Paul (and Imogen Poots). Seeing that they’re both in the movie and that the book was written by Nick Hornby, I knew it was a material I had to dive my nose in, ASAP.
Boy, I am way over my head, reading not one, not two, but three novels at the same time. I don’t know how I got myself into this. Haha.

Each novel offers something entirely different from the other two.

"Sisterhood Everlasting" by Ann Brashares is like reuniting with old friends and realizing that just like you, they are growing up.

Immediately after I saw the movie “Divergent”, I knew I had to find out what happens next. So I had to read the sequel novel “Insurgent”. The trilogy was written by Veronica Roth.

I have to admit, I am reading “A Long Way Down” because of Aaron Paul (and Imogen Poots). Seeing that they’re both in the movie and that the book was written by Nick Hornby, I knew it was a material I had to dive my nose in, ASAP.

Boy, I am way over my head, reading not one, not two, but three novels at the same time. I don’t know how I got myself into this. Haha.

Each novel offers something entirely different from the other two.

"Sisterhood Everlasting" by Ann Brashares is like reuniting with old friends and realizing that just like you, they are growing up.

Immediately after I saw the movie “Divergent”, I knew I had to find out what happens next. So I had to read the sequel novel “Insurgent”. The trilogy was written by Veronica Roth.

I have to admit, I am reading “A Long Way Down” because of Aaron Paul (and Imogen Poots). Seeing that they’re both in the movie and that the book was written by Nick Hornby, I knew it was a material I had to dive my nose in, ASAP.

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