A poignant, deep novel, but it flows nicely, and despite the subject it's not too focused on tragedy, it's just all permeated by a desire to understand and be able to explain human suffering. A book that I recommend to anyone, and an author that I must meet again.
by Mary Robinette Kowal We didn't get enough light here for most humans. But the stars... When you could see them, the stars were g...
What a wonderful thing that time of the year when you can drink again a hot cup of tea with pleasure! Che meraviglia quando arriva quel pe...
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