Literature and philosophy were and are the things I considered and consider most important in one‘s life (besides eating, sleeping and - of course - doing your everyday bills at the end of the month). As far as I can remember I have devoured books in search of the meaning of life, knowledge and happiness. [...]
Oh my man, I love you and I love you so much
You can put me at ease with just one touch
Of your eyes, of your lips or of your hand
During the night it will be my body that will joyful bend over
To dream with you passionately in the land of clover
And rise with you as the sun rises to shine
Oh my man whom I love so dearly, I wish that you would be all mine
But due to I am only a poor street girl, brought up as a courtesan to please
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The secret of the maze
Is a holy one to praise
When the moon is shining bright
And causing the cease of the sunlight
You can spot many mysterious creatures during the night
Like the strong and odd fellow who is called Minotaur
Who is the keeper of the secret and wanders through the depths of the maze
Keeping always two eyes open and looking out for intruders and any other digrace
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This book was devoured only within a few days and offers a mixture between ancient eastern history, thriller and mystery. Written by Natsu Hyuuga and illustrated by Touko Shino the first light novel of ‚The Apothecary Series‘ introduces its readers to an ancient eastern royal court where a young seventeen year old girl named Maomao is sold off to.
Are you in search of a gripping novel full of mysteries and intrigues within an ancient royal court’s place to be solved by a cunning and non-conventional female protagonist?
Meet Maomao, a strong-willed and observant young woman who grew up as an apothecary’s daughter within the red light district. Having seen and observed many things that are not lightly to be taken, Maomao has developed besides that a strange habit of experimenting with poisons on herself since her days as a child. Noticing her talent for…
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Wow that was rather quick: I literally devoured the manga as soon as it was delivered this morning (see previous post unpacking the delivery) 😝💜.
‘Alice Love Fables: Toy Box’ is a collection of short stories drawn by Mamenosuke Fujimaru and written by Quinrose around the Otomne Games ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts’ (jap. Heart no kuni no alice), ‘Arabians Lost’ and ‘Crimson Empire’ that came out for PC and PS4 some time ago. The three of them have sold quite well in the past and were that popular, that the Seven Seas agency decided to bring on several manga adaptations that sold out pretty quick (reviews of them will follow 🥰).
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Your hair is black
Your eyes are a mixture between green & blue
Your heart has the shape of a beautiful large diamond
Because your thoughts turn first around all others and last about you
Your smile is enchanting
Because of your turquoise eyes’ beam
You are not at all what you at times may seem
But who would know you well enough?
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And we spent this weekend again with another great novel from the FF-Series (written by Jun Eishima): The novel « Final Fantasy XIII-2: Fragmente – Der Anfang » (or: « Final Fantasy XIII-2: Fragments – The Beginning ») would be the sequel novel to the first volume « Final Fantasy XIII: Episode Null – Versprechen » (or: « Final Fantasy XIII: Episode Zero – Promise ») which has been introduced in one of The Blue Books Board’sprevious posts🤩.
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Planning to make some changes finally happen after the Easter holidays? Or do you simply do not want to wait until the summerholidays arrive to start with your spring cleaning plan?
Be it the spring cleaning plan or simply a wish to bring a little bit of order and structure into your daily life: Marie Kondo can make this happen for you!
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Just finished reading Jun Eishima’s newest book (June 2020, translated into English by Stephen Kohler) The Dawn of the Future. It’s a beautifully illustrated and wonderful book-adaption of the game Final Fantasy XV (Square Enix).
A true must-have and must-read for every FF-fan because within The Dawn of the Future the reader gets a further depth-insight of the main characters inner developments and thoughts as he wouldn’t have while playing the game.
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