About Carol A Brearley

I am the mother of 3 (2 girls and 1 boy) as well as 3 cats. I am an avid reader and will read books from nearly ant genre as long as I find them interesting.

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  • Carol shared from The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
    Five hundred souls. I carried them in my fingers, like suitcases. Or I’d throw them over my shoulder. It was only the children I carried in my arms.
    Note: :*(
  • Carol shared from Masks by Karen Chance
    They had such expressive faces, these Italians, so full of every emotion in their passionate natures. No wonder their artists are so great, Mircea thought. All they have to do is look around them for inspiration. It was written in every face, in every line.
    Note: well said
  • Carol shared from Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin
    He moved like a dancer, which is not surprising: a horse is a beautiful animal, but it is perhaps most remarkable because it moves as if it always hears music.
  • Carol shared from Affliction (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Book 22) by Laurell K. Hamilton
    Something heavy hit the door, and I screamed like a fucking girl.
    Note: This visual, Anita Blake screaming like a girl....pure gold!
  • Carol shared from The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
    I don’t have much interest in building mystery. Mystery bores me. It chores me. I know what happens and so do you. It’s the machinations that wheel us there that aggravate, perplex, interest, and astound me.
    Note: beautifully written, it says it perfectly
(Rochester, NY USA)
Carol A Brearley