The Lit Asylum

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Because. Space Opera. #reading

Because. Space Opera. #reading

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locksandglasses:

reeves3:

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?
Are
you 
sure?



I cried

'murican edumacation…we lurves our gazebos. gazeboes? gazebows. more than one gazebo. still crying.

locksandglasses:

reeves3:

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?

Are

you 

sure?

I cried

'murican edumacation…we lurves our gazebos. gazeboes? gazebows. more than one gazebo. still crying.

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People are never so completely and enthusiastically evil as when they act out of religious conviction.
- Umberto Eco, The Prague Cemetery (via booksquoteslove)
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matyus:

Dead Man’s Folly by Agatha Christie

matyus:

Dead Man’s Folly by Agatha Christie

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Tea is stupid.
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When a character in Hercule Poirot series says that, you KNOW he/she will turn out to be the arch-villain.

How British, really.

(via hey-chief)

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winneganfake:

The Devil And Daniel Webster.  I mean…
THE SCALZI DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER
Need I repeat myself, or even sell this further? It’s THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER AS A FIGHT PROMO POSTER. If you like any part of weird historical/occult/otherwise Americana, you should likely have a good healthy interest in GETTING THIS PRINT ON YOUR WALL IMMEDIATELY. 
And yes, Scalzi’s face was used with his full permission. 

winneganfake:

The Devil And Daniel Webster.  I mean…

THE SCALZI DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER

Need I repeat myself, or even sell this further? It’s THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER AS A FIGHT PROMO POSTER. If you like any part of weird historical/occult/otherwise Americana, you should likely have a good healthy interest in GETTING THIS PRINT ON YOUR WALL IMMEDIATELY. 

And yes, Scalzi’s face was used with his full permission. 

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classicpenguin:

A few years old now, but still too much fun: Amy Fleischer's lovely, inventive redesigns of our Penguin for the 75th anniversary. Classics, indeed.

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