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I'm reading through Peter Cameron's someday this pain will be useful to you, which has been pretty solid and enjoyable so far! I also recently finished reading Quiara Alegría Hudes's play Water by the Spoonful, which was super powerful and won't get out of my head.

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A Clash of Kings, by George R.R. Martin. Slowly but surely.

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"The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined", by Steven Pinker. Not a huge fan of some of his methodology, but I'm only about halfway through...

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"... but you can love completely without complete understanding." -Reverend Maclean, from "The River Runs Through It" (movie)

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"Puhi gave the people food and made the seaweed farm."

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One year later, and I'm still working on A Clash of Kings, hahaha (I set it down for a while). I enjoy seeing where the TV production decided to diverge from the books. On the flip side, I've watched so much Game of Thrones at this point that it's sometimes difficult to avoid imposing impressions of the TV characters onto their written counterparts.

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