The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility.
"Cam blinked her eyes open in the bright turquoise pool. It was harder to tell that you are crying when your head was underwater."
Originally by the always wonderful Jeff and Casey Lee Williams, the opening song for RWBY Vol. 2
To celebrate Vol. 2 starting in a few days, I wanted to whip this up real quick, cause damn this song is catchy.
also pitched down because my recordable range is actual sewage water
Save your tears for all these books and save the planet
- the fault in our stars
- looking for alaska
- paper towns
- if I stay
- It’s kind of a funny story
- ketchup clouds
- the help
- th1rteen r3ason why
- pampa blues
- eleanor & park
- go ask alice
- out of my mind
- the probability of miracles
- before I die
Currently Reading: The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder.
Dry, sarcastic, sixteen-year-old Cam Cooper has spent the last seven years in and out hospitals. The last thing she wants to do in the short life she has left is move 1,500 miles away to Promise, Maine - a place known for the miraculous events that occur there. But it’s undeniable that strange things happen in Promise: everlasting sunsets; purple dandelions; flamingoes in the frigid Atlantic; an elusive boy named Asher; and finally, a mysterious envelope containing a list of things for Cam to do before she dies. As Cam checks each item off the list, she finally learns to believe - in love, in herself, and even in miracles.
A debut novel from an immensely talented new writer, The Probability of Miracles crackles with wit, romance and humor and will leave readers laughing and crying with each turn of the page.
Wendy Wunder, The Probability of Miracles (via quotethat)
This is the first line you’ll read in Daughter of Smoke & Bone, and you won’t stop until you get to the last.
From National Book Award Finalist Laini Taylor comes the New York Times bestselling trilogy about forbidden love, an ancient and epic battle, and hope for a world remade.
Entertainment Weekly says it’s “thrillingly fresh and new,” and Wired calls it “the next Next Big Thing”, but start reading and see for yourself: Amazon | B&N | Indiebound