I LOVE YOU
I’m smack dab in the middle of this terrible time of the year they like to call *~~exam period~~* My Development final is in TWO DAYS but it’s okay because the course was super interesting.
Hence the textbookface! This book taught me all about development in the Third World - colonialism, democracy, religion, gender equality, ethnic conflicts, etc. etc. Super awesome! So if you’re interested in development you should check it out. (And if you go to McGill University - take POLI227!)
P.S. I just publicly bookfaced in the library — super stealth.
Submitted by thewordshaker-.
I’ve made it through about 120 pages of “The Dharma Bums,” so I have roughly 60 to go. Jack/Ray has just made it back to LA after staying at his mom’s house for a while. I really like this book and it’s Buddhism, a lot more than “On the Road.” Maybe I’ll have to give it another shot after this
Reading this novel for my Adolescent Literature class. A story about a young girl who struggles for survival in the Alaskan tundra. As she learns about the world around her, she also begins to learn more about herself.
Miyax heard no more. It could not be, it could not be. She would not let it be. She instantly buried what she was thinking in the shadows of her mind. […] Miyax Looked at Kapugen. “I am on my way to San Francisco…”
Submitted by qt—gknee.
Hello Bookfaces, currently reading this book by Jodi Picoult and I don’t want to pre-judge but I think its my second favorite of what I have read so far from her books. I love how she is very intelligent and so incorporates a lot of law technical terms and medical illnesses proper explanation (and many other things) without making is seem boring, in fact you learn a lot of new things in an interesting way.
Submitted by ladensoul.