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Reading Wednesday 26/10
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 at 03:20 pm
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Recently read: Very misc collection of essays and such
Currently reading: Still In a time of gifts by Patrick Leigh Fermor. He's in Austria atm and I have a weird second-hand nostalgia for 1930s Austria, since many people in the community I grew up with were refugees from there. It's a little too poignant to read Fermor looking back on the way of life that, writing in the 70s, he knew was about to be destroyed with the massive swing to the right and eventually the Anschluß.

Up next: I am not sure, I'm leaning towards Two serpents rise by Max Gladstone.

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Whereaboooots: 1930s Austria
Moooood: contentcontent
Tuuuuune: Bangles: Walk like an Egyptian
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From:cartesiandaemon
Date:October 26th, 2016 04:15 pm (UTC)
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Oh yeah, good observations from Ann Leckie.
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