It doesn't matter. I have books, new books, and I can bear anything as long as there are books.
If I were omnipotent and omnibenevolent I wouldn't be so damn ineffable.
You can almost always find chains of coincidence to disprove magic
Class is entirely intangible, and the way it affects things isn't subject to scientific analysis, and it's not supposed to be real but it's pervasive and powerful. See; just like magic. (p. 66)
There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them.
Interlibrary loans are a wonder of the world and a glory of civilization.
Libraries really are wonderful. They're better than bookshops, even. I mean bookshops make a profit on selling you books, but libraries just sit there lending you books quietly out of the goodness of their hearts.
And at year's end they broke the stable door. The man and his horse, together, gallop yet, Beyond the sunset's end, the pounding hooves, Both harmony and beat for their duet.
It was only now that they realized that there is nothing that can really be a preparation for death.
All farms are much alike everywhere, and all wild places have their own beauty.
I don't need to be a radical to think that who a dragon is counts more than birth or wealth, Selendra said, with what dignity she could. Why, that's the very definition of a radical, he retorted.