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stormbornvalkyrie:

 ”Such little things, she thought as she fed them by hand or rather, tried to feed them, or the dragons would not eat. They would hiss and spit at each bloody morsel of horsemeat, steam rising from their nostrils, yet they would not take the food… until Dany recalled something Viserys had told her when they were children. Only dragons and men eat cooked meat, he had said.”

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"Confession: I have read Pride and Prejudice about 200 times. I get lost in the language–words like ‘thither’, ‘mischance’, ‘felicity’. I’m always in agony over whether Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are really going to get together. Read it – I know you’ll love it!” - You’ve Got Mail

(Source: simplybookdrunk, via pollyspersonal)

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“The words. Why did they have to exist? Without them, there wouldn’t be any of this. Without words, the Führer was nothing. There would be no limping prisoners, no need for consolation or wordly tricks to make us feel better. What good were the words?”  The Book Thief

(Source: crazycaskett, via thebooker)

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