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“It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it.” ― Oscar Wilde

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Charmed and Dangerous: Ten Tales of Gay Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy
Andrea Speed, Rhys Ford, Charlie Cochet, K.J. Charles, Jordan L. Hawk, Lou Harper, Astrid Amara, Nicole Kimberling, Ginn Hale, Jordan Castillo Price
The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales
James Stern, Padraic Colum, Margaret Raine Hunt, Josef Scharl, Brothers Grimm, Joseph Campbell, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm
Die Rivalinnen. Adaptiert
Norgard Kohlhagen
Великият лов
Robert Jordan
The House of Medici: Its Rise and Fall
Christopher Hibbert
Promise of Blood
Brian McClellan
Wear It Like A Crown
The Eighth Tale - lettered If life is a book, then the pages are being written as we speak; if the end is already written, and we skip ahead to read it, then it is not an ending but a beginning, and all the pages afterward are unwritten.It is heartbreaking in more ways than one.After all, it hasn’t happened yet.But I will willingly read it again. Not when I need fluff, or smut, or dark and twisty. Decidedly not when I need a comfort read. When the mood is right. When I need to. When a few tears are welcome, when I need cleansing, when I'm burnt out and need something to get to me. THIS story definitely does.Should you decide to read it, beware of the Archive Warning. Even in bold shrift, I managed to miss it. Had I seen it, I would have probably given The Eighth Tale a pass, just like I passed on the other fandoms' similar fics. (Seriously, the Sterek one, The Boy Who Ran With Wolves, wtf. So not going there. The Johnlock cancer one. Same thing. And there might have been one in the Avengers fandom. And QAF. I'm sure every fandom has at least one. Of all forms of despair, I'm glad I chose this one.) Which would have saved me a great deal of pain, but I'm still not sorry for the experience. I do read the warnings now, though. :D