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  • Amazon shared from Fated by S.G. Browne
    Every human being has a choice. They can choose happiness or they can choose misery. They can choose forgiveness or they can choose resentment. They can choose love or they can choose anger. There are no absolutes. Every situation requires a choice. And every human chooses how he or she wants to react. But too many times, humans choose to be miserable. Too many times, they choose not to forgive. Too many times, they choose anger.
    Note: Tão verdade que dói.
  • Amazon shared from Fated by S.G. Browne
    “love is a like a good book you can’t put down and you wish would never end. But with Infatuation and Lust, rather than enjoying how the story unfolds, you just skip to the last chapter.”
    Note: Que livro perfeito! <3
  • Amazon shared from A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) by George R.R. Martin
    “This one is for us. The history of every man who has ever worn a white cloak is written here.” “I have glanced at it. The shields are pretty. I prefer books with more illuminations. Lord Renly owned a few with drawings that would turn a septon blind.”
    Note: "Mas como você pode ler isto? Não tem figuras!"
  • Amazon shared from A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) by George R.R. Martin
    “Ironborn must not spill the blood of ironborn.” “A pious sentiment, Damphair,” said Goodbrother, “but not one that your brother shares. He had Sawane Botley drowned for saying that the Seastone Chair by rights belonged to Theon.” “If he was drowned, no blood was shed,” said Aeron.
    Note: He's got a very good point!
  • Amazon shared from A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) by George R.R. Martin
    “Ironborn must not spill the blood of ironborn.” “A pious sentiment, Damphair,” said Goodbrother, “but not one that your brother shares. He had Sawane Botley drowned for saying that the Seastone Chair by rights belonged to Theon.” “If he was drowned, no blood was shed,” said Aeron.
    Note: He's got a very good point!