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Is the first in the twelve volume Moribito (守り人?) Series of Japanese fantasy novels by Nahoko Uehashi. It has since been adapted into numerous media, including radio, manga, and anime adaptations. Scholastic released the first novel in English in June 2008. Media Blasters has confirmed that they acquired the rights to the anime. The series premiered on Adult Swim in the U.S. at 1:30 a.m. on August 24, 2008 EST, but was dropped from the schedule without warning or explanation on January 15, 2009 after two runs of the first ten episodes. How to read a book a week - The Verge. 21 Books That Will Keep You Cozy This Fall. 13 Books to Inspire Your Next Road Trip With Your Girlfriends. 'America Day by Day' by Simone de Beauvoir (1948) The feminist French writer Simone de Beauvoir landed in New York in 1947.
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Ever come across a book—on a nightstand in an Airbnb, in a box of your mom’s college junk, on a shelf at a friend’s Bachelor viewing party—that’s so energizingly rip-roaring, so envelopingly world-building, that you can’t really believe you’ve never heard of it before? A book that you find was admired in its time but is now sorta shoved to the side and forgotten, except by the most trusted reader-friends in your life? Well, these are those books. And your reader-friends, in this case? They’re 21 of our favorite writers from the past several years. Socrates in Love. Socrates in Love (恋するソクラテス, Koi Suru Sokuratesu?)
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Why Julian May isn’t a figure of renown in in sci-fi and fantasy circles is a mystery to me, as is why no one is making multi-million dollar TV shows based on her fantastic Pliocene Exile novels (The Many-Colored Land, The Golden Torc, The Nonborn King, and The Adversary). Originally published in the 1980s, these four books (and the rest of Mays’ interconnected Galactic Milieu novels) are incredibly imaginative, exciting, dramatic, and as “realistic” and gritty as anything George R.R.
Martin dreamed up in the kingdom of Westeros. In fact, I love these books so hard I’d argue they’re in some ways better than A Game of Thrones and its sequels (heresy!). Don’t get me wrong: Martin’s books are rightly considered among the most important fantasies of the modern age. But if we’re talking about complex, creative, sprawling epics, May’s books should definitely be a part of the conversation.
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In 1988 Patrick Modiano stumbles across an ad in the personal columns of the New Year's Eve 1941 edition of Paris Soir: “Missing, a young girl, Dora Bruder, age 15, height 1 m 55, oval-shaped face, gray-brown eyes, gray sports jacket, maroon pullover, navy blue skirt and hat, brown gym shoes.” Placed by the parents of Dora, who had run away from her Catholic boarding school, the ad sets Modiano off on a quest to find out everything he can about her and why, at the height of German reprisals, she ran away from the people hiding her. There is only one other official mention of her name: on a list of Jews deported from Paris to Auschwitz in September 1942.
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