I just finished Stephenie Meyer's book New Moon two days ago.. and now I'm reading it again..
Since, I've read two first book of this Twilight serie.. And I have to say I love it.. It's really nice story and beautifully written.. I'm waiting my friend to come back to school so she can lend me the third book, Eclipse..
I'm reading Sybil by Flora Rheta Schreiber. its one of the best books i've read in a long time.
"In this galaxy there's a mathmatical probability of three million Earth life planets. And in all of the universe three million million galaxies like this. and in all of that... and perhaps more, only one of each of us." - Leonard "Bones" McCoy
the QI book of general ignorance at the moment... it's not the first time I've read it but I have no memory practically so it feels like it is. plus I'm meant to be educating myself out of being a useless ****er.
How could you become as awesome as you are and still feel like a loser?
"Dry" by Augusten Burroughs and, still, "Toxic Psychiatry" by Peter Breggin.
"...that incremental suicide of turning your life into a dream, to make being awake as similar to sleep as possible. Drowsily, lazily, dry-mouth your way through the day's ceremonies, fumble your way back into the dew-bather you never really left, draped in brown, brown now all around, the haze!" - Russell Brand on drug addiction.
"Si ma êkh gûndo piyiamásko...ándo bírto barruno. Bírto, bírto barruno."
^is a spot of bother any good? i dont know whether to bother reading it
the last book i read for the first time was a perfect match by jodi piccoult which has gone up into the katy list of best books, ever. and have just reread second glance also by jodi piccoult for like the fiftieth time.
'Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor, and it can never be used to hurt you.'
[''There is only one thing we say to death. Not today'.']
'You don't always move the way you'd like to, but don't let the ground drag you around
And these old wings, they've been a long time, been a long time coming, these old wings.'