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Books were safer than other people anyway • Neil Gaiman. Just finished and loved this book. Now reading American Gods

Books were safer than other people anyway • Neil Gaiman. Just finished and loved this book. Now reading American Gods

Laura, Shadow's wife, might be dead, but she still has a huge role to play in the battle her husband has unwittingly joined. Complex, determined, and truly badass, she's a key player in the tale.

Laura, Shadow's wife, might be dead, but she still has a huge role to play in the battle her husband has unwittingly joined. Complex, determined, and truly badass, she's a key player in the tale.

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Gods die. And when they truly die they are unmourned and unremembered. Ideas are more difficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end. This is a bad land for g o d s. — American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Gods die. And when they truly die they are unmourned and unremembered. Ideas are more difficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end. This is a bad land for g o d s. — American Gods by Neil Gaiman

i think hell is something you carry around wit

i think hell is something you carry around wit

personal piece inspired by the book "The Handmaid Tale" by Margaret Atwood

personal piece inspired by the book "The Handmaid Tale" by Margaret Atwood

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Margaret Atwood / The Handmaid's Tale Literary Quote

Margaret Atwood / The Handmaid's Tale Literary Quote

Profeminist — profeminist: Source    The Handmaid’s Tale by...

Profeminist — profeminist: Source The Handmaid’s Tale by...

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood - Sometime circa the turn of the millennium, the government fell and was replaced by a fascistic theocracy obsessed with policing women's bodies and partial to public executions. This is Gilead, Nee America, and to Atwood's credit--and our great shame--it's only a few years behind schedule.  Source: Kevin Thomas

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood - Sometime circa the turn of the millennium, the government fell and was replaced by a fascistic theocracy obsessed with policing women's bodies and partial to public executions. This is Gilead, Nee America, and to Atwood's credit--and our great shame--it's only a few years behind schedule. Source: Kevin Thomas