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slaughter-books · 2 days ago
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Day 11: JOMPBPC: Library Or Bookstore?
Bookstore! Dymocks Adelaide is my favourite bookstore and the aromantic pride flag! 💞
Happy Pride! 🏳️‍🌈
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why did they feel the need to change cover on the 100 book series box set consisting of 4 books from one that was on box set made of 3 books? like srsly?? just leave the first cover on damn box. i want jasper on box that i buy okay? just leave the boy on the cover. pls. seriously.
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allastregacheride · 23 days ago
Recensione: The 100 di Kass Morgan
A seguito di una devastante guerra nucleare, l’umanità vive su stazioni spaziali al sicuro dalla superficie radioattiva della Terra. Cento delinquenti minorenni, che la società considera sacrificabili, vengono scelti per un compito molto rischioso: ricolonizzare il pianeta. Per loro potrebbe essere una seconda chance…o una missione suicida. IO SONO SCONVOLTA. Dire che questo libro è osceno è…
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thepunktheory · a month ago
The Ravens by Kass Morgan & Danielle Paige
The Ravens by Kass Morgan & Danielle Paige
Hey guys!Today I want to have a little chat with you about The Ravens. Would you please look at that STUNNING cover?! I saw that art + there are witches so I was sold before even opening the book. Let’s see if the story is holding up! The Ravens on Goodreads The Plot (as found on Goodreads): Kappa Rho Nu isn’t your average sorority. Their parties are notorious. Their fundraisers are known for…
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Listen, why is there no necklace with 100 symbol on it???
I saw raven's bird necklace, flame necklace, forehead piece wheel as necklace, but the main 100 i have yet to come across.
if someone knows there is one, please contribute to this post and let all of us in the 100 fandom know about it too. Bc i really really really want/need one.
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5/3 Book Deals
Good morning, everyone, and happy Monday! I hope you all had a nice relaxing weekend (or if you had to work, I still hope it was relatively calm?). I am in my last official week of my last semester of grad school (!), so I’m feeling a mix of emotions (plus the uh stress of applying to different jobs since I will have a more open schedule for new things!), but also feeling a bit of relief. How are things going for all you guys!? Always curious about how everyone is doing. :)
Sorry for the lack of deals posts last week, but I’m back now with a lot of great books on sale to share, so be sure to have a look if you’re in need of some new reading material. :) There’s a pretty nice selection today with a decent variety, so hopefully a little something for everyone! I’ve heard great things about The Downstairs Girls, and if you like weird books then Under the Skin fits that bill pretty well (and Michel Faber is one of my favorite authors!). Did anyone else read Island of the Blue Dolphins when they were in grade school?? It’s not some amazing book, but it’s definitely a little nostalgic for me, haha, so I had to include it. 
Anyway, I hope you all have a wonderful day, and happy reading! :)
Today’s Deals:
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The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee -
History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera -
The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer -
Long Bright River by Liz Moore -
Sophie's Choice by William Styron -
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides -
Witchmark by C.L. Polk -
The Life She Was Given by Ellen Marie Wiseman -
The Night Raven by Sarah Painter -
Animal Farm by George Orwell -
What If?: Serious Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe -
Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell -
Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel -
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers -
Greenglass House by Kate Milford -
The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street by Karina Yan Glaser -
Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers -
Stories: Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah -
Ali: A Life by Jonathan Elg -
Under the Skin by Michel Faber -
To the Lighthouse (Annotated) by Virginia Woolf -
The Ravens by Kass Morgn and Danielle Paige -
The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water by Zen Cho -
Lavinia by Ursula K. Le Guin -
Lost Heirs of the Medieval Crown: The Kings and Queens Who Never Were by J.F. Andrews -
No Time to Spare: Thinking About What Matters by Ursula K. Le Guin -
NOTE:  I am categorizing these book deals posts under the tag #bookdeals, so if you don’t want to see them then just block that tag and you should be good. I am an Amazon affiliate in addition to a Book Depository affiliate and will receive a small (but very much needed!)  commission on any purchase made through these links.
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bellamyblake · a month ago
I know the 100 books are called immature, childish, very YA and that bellamy there is not bellamy on the show which i definitely agree with but one thing I love Kass Morgan for doing is that she made the others truly care about bellamy the way he cared about them:
“There was silence as, presumably, the guard complied with Wells’s order. A few seconds later, two figures burst through the cabin door—a stony-faced, iron-jawed Wells and a flushed, rapidly-breathing Clarke. They fell into the room and rushed over to him, as Bellamy’s head swam with confusion and relief. Were they actually here to rescue him? How the hell had they managed that?
Bellamy’s chest swelled with a feeling he’d never really known before—gratitude. No one had ever done anything this dangerous for him, no one had ever thought he was worth that kind of risk. He’d spent his whole life taking reckless action to protect Octavia, but no one had ever done so much as transfer him a ration point or sneak out past curfew to check on him the few times he’d gotten sick.
Yet here they were, the girl he never would’ve dared dream about back on the ship, and the brother he never knew existed, putting their lives on the line for him.
Clarke sank to her knees next to him. “Bellamy,” she said, her voice cracking as she ran her hand along his cheek. “Are you okay?” She’d never sounded so afraid, so fragile. Yet there was nothing vulnerable about a girl who’d face down a clearing full of armed guards.”
And that’s the one thing I’ve always wanted for show Bellamy too!
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booksquoteslife · 2 months ago
“That was the thing about secrets—you had to carry them with you forever, no matter what the cost.”
— Kass Morgan, The 100
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skaifaya-heda · 2 months ago
Why I love The 100 (briefly)
So I’ve talked a lot about issues within and addressed in The 100 but I’ve never really talked about why I love the show itself. There are so many different shows that I love and all for different reasons; The 100, Shameless (US), Supernatural, B99, and more recently WandaVision. But, The 100 is a show I originally found as the book in 2015. I immediately loved Clarke as a character and Bellamy was always my personal favorite. After I finished the books I kind of forgot about the series for a long time (ie until season 5 came out) and then watched the entire series in a week when I was sick. 
Ever since then, I’ve found myself fascinated with the ethical and moral questions posed in the show, the characters that I never read in the ebooks, the absence of a relationship that I’d grown to be fond of. But, I never really got into the show until I discovered the fan fiction for the series. I love the fix-it fics, I will admit. I think that fan fiction is a great way to get more invested in a fandom (even if you’re just reading it) because it makes sure there is no limit on what can happen with the characters you already know and (sometimes) love. This show for me has since been something I love to have on in the background when I’m doing other things, now that I pretty much have it memorized. There is just so much that you can see and learn within a fandom that I think is awesome. 
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womanoncesaid · 2 months ago
Endings and beginnings are inseparable, like the moment before dawn and the moment after.
Kass Morgan, Homecoming
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booksquoteslife · 3 months ago
“That was the thing about secrets—you had to carry them with you forever, no matter what the cost.”
— Kass Morgan, The 100
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kassim-walks-on-air · 3 months ago
Pastime and maaaaybe want
Pasttime:Three hobbies they have.
Occasionally taking a nice walk in the forest that surrounds their cottage.😊😊
Want:Three things they would do to your character if they were alone
1. Attack kisses on the back of the neck
2. Tender kisses down that elegant spine
3. And obviously, playfully spank the booty.
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skaifaya-heda · 3 months ago
The 100 books vs show, which is better?
As a Bellarke fan myself, there are some things that happened in the books that some of us wish had happened in the show, with Bellarke being only one of them. I think this happens a lot, where we get mad because something that happened in the books didn’t happen in the show. But, do we really have a right to get mad at that? 
Here’s my proposal, the book and the show are two entirely different pieces of work, only meeting in fanfic and on platforms like Tumblr. Yeah there may be the same premise of both and they may have similar characters (to an extent) but the directions they took are VERY different. Why is this? Well, the book and the show started production at around the same time. All the show had to go off of was the basic idea and maybe some of the first book (doubt it). This creates a really interesting dynamic between fans of the two. I know that I personally found the books first and then wound up binging the show immediately after. Needless to say I was confused as to whether they were even in the same universe after a while. 
Let’s look at some of the things we wouldn’t have if either the book or show never existed. In the book Clarke and Wells were originally a couple and Bellarke got married. Two completely different people were Clarke’s parents in the book and they had been experimenting on children. Jaha was Bellamy’s father in the books and he didn’t shoot Jaha to get onto the dropship. Octavia was discovered on the Ark at 5 years olf instead of around 15 and was instead arrested for stealing drugs. (So many other things are different too but I can’t go through all of them). In the show Clexa was a thing, and so many characters that we know and love exist (Raven, Jasper, Monty, Miller, and Harper were added). Everything that we know about the grounders from the TV show only exists on screen, completely different in the book. 
I think we just need to ask ourselves if we would rather have things from the book and if we would be willing to accept everything from the book, getting rid of things we love in the TV show. I get that even in the show there are some things that are hinted at but never happen (see Bellarke as Exhibit A) but a lot of the time people will go “the book was better than the movie/show” and I’m just not sure that’s true here.
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