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The internal monologue of an avid reader

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Meg Howrey, The Cranes Dance

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Meg Howrey, The Cranes Dance

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the anti love triangle ya book masterpost

reignofbooks:

herhmione:

are you done with reading a young adult book that springs a love triangle upon you and you HATE IT SO MUCH (i might be a little more passionate about my hatred than is healthy…) and you just wish you could find good books that incorporate romance without love triangles??? your wish is my command :-) to make it easier for you, i’ve organized the list by genre under the cut  (and yes i realize there are more books than this but i’m lazy and it’s hard to find these bc honestly i think love triangles are like the annoying fad)

* all books with series are followed by the number of books in the series in parenthesis and are listed by the name of the first book, which is guaranteed love triangle free. i tried my best to only pick series where the entirety is free of love triangles, but i may have slipped up and made a mistake here and there

** this list was, sadly, hard to put together :-(

*** i am extremely apologetic for the lack of science fiction books. blame authors

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there is a special place in heaven for you my friend

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Daria forever.

vintageanchorbooks:

Daria forever.

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“Few things leave a deeper mark on the reader, than the first book that finds its way to his heart.”

—   Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Shadow of the Wind (via abookblog)

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Marya Hornbacher, Wasted

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Marya Hornbacher, Wasted

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life hack: remember to compliment people on qualities other than their looks. remind them of their kindness, thoughtfulness, and intelligence. tell them about how powerful and capable they are.

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“I love coffee. I sometimes get excited at night thinking of the coffee I’ll get to drink in the morning. Coffee is reason to wake up. There are other reasons, of course. But coffee is the incentive, at the very least.”

—   Annie Clark  (via laurenraelle)

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“The triumph of advertising in the culture industry is that consumers feel compelled to buy and use its products even though they see through them.”

—   Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, Dialectic of Enlightenment. (via bustakay)

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