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What did the fish say when he ran into the wall? “Dam” |🐟
This book was probably my favorite as a young teen. In HS my best friend and I turned it into a 10 minute speech and debate piece that ended up going to nationals! Such a great story with endearing characters that even strangers who hadn’t read the book where captivated. #speechanddebate
The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell
Books | Chris Colfer
Thomas Hardy is one of those authors who just “gets” the world. Apart from its tragic plot, this book makes you reflect on little daily things like how bricks on a house hold their warmth hours after sun set. How leaves glint in the sun when the wind flutters through, super romantic world view, mixed with a solid plot, and amazingly more comas than this comment.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Books | Thomas Hardy
The first book was a delightful story that I pulled an all nighter for (partly cause I had a crush on the boy who recommended it to me) This book stole my heart back from said boy. Another Incredibile story that you get lost in but this time it makes you think about massive epistemological junk that will blow your mind in all the best ways. Similar vibes to every episode of Star Trek TNG ever.
Speaker for the Dead
Books | Orson Scott Card
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Perfect introduction to philosophy. If you have questions the professor will respond to you on twitter. If you think you might be into philosophy give it a whirl. If you think philosophy is for pretentious nerds (you’re mostly correct) but you should also give this a whirl. It’s delightful, thought provoking, and she’s British.
Philosophy for Beginners
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