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  1. Public Bookmark 8

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    As the multiverse begins to collapse back into its constituent parts, Mary meets, loves, and loses an ancient witch from another world—and in the process learns part of her soul.

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    20 Jan 2018

  2. Public Bookmark *

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    These are not all lies.

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    20 Jan 2018

    Bookmarker's Notes

    It’s not a relationship like she’s seen on TV, or read about, or even seen, but the sex is good and she likes Maria, who will sometimes hum old country/western songs and then look stricken and say, “Goddamnit, Mom.”

  3. Public Bookmark 4

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    "Can we... go back," Maxwell says, carefully, "to the part where I'm an alien?"

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  4. Public Bookmark 4

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    The first time Jacobi kills someone up close, Kepler is... kind. At least for Kepler.
    He's not kind with Maxwell.

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  5. Public Bookmark 5

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    Weapons don't bleed. It's a logical fallacy.

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    20 Jan 2018

    Bookmarker's Notes

    You spend Christmas sitting on the floor of a broom closet with Jacobi's knees pressed up against yours, the two of you playing math games in whispers to keep the time from dragging. It's a better Christmas than any you can remember.