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Acceptance

the stranger the better

Sometimes failing and succeeding are different facets of the same coin, and whether you accept one or the other, the result is the same. Or more like, how many of us can actually see and acknowledge the very thin line between giving up, accepting failure, and moving forward and accepting the burden? How many of […]

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Authority and its lessons on other-worldliness" href="https://chapter26.net/2018/04/23/authority/" class="classic-link padding-top-30 site-palette-yin-2-color display-block padding-bottom-5 site-typeface-title typo-size-xxlarge post-title"> Authority

or how you're never actually in control

Given the upcoming release (now obviously belated, because I’m lazy I guess) of the Annihilation movie, I’ve been on a spree… reading the whole trilogy. Mostly because my intuition told me that the movie is going to take a little bit of information from all three of them (partially right, 10 points to Ravenclaw!), but […]

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Annihilation for when you need to level up your weirdness" href="https://chapter26.net/2018/03/11/annihilation/" class="classic-link padding-top-30 site-palette-yin-2-color display-block padding-bottom-5 site-typeface-title typo-size-xxlarge post-title"> Annihilation

for when you need to level up your weirdness

Ladies and gentlemen, today’s book-hangover: Annihilation (Southern Reach #1) by Jeff VanderMeer. I must tell you right off the bat… this is the kind of book you constantly rub your chin through while wanting to call your book-worm friends and ask them what the hell is this and what the hell is that and what […]

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Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances or why facing your demons might be a good idea" href="https://chapter26.net/2016/08/28/trigger-warning-short-fictions-and-disturbances/" class="classic-link padding-top-30 site-palette-yin-2-color display-block padding-bottom-5 site-typeface-title typo-size-xxlarge post-title"> Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances

Book title: Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances Author: Neil Gaiman This book was one of those who made it to my to-read list for 2015, made based on a very popular list and chosen for the category “A book of short stories”. I was not acquainted with Gaiman’s style at the time because I had only […]

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What I will be reading this year (part I) or how to gracefully ignore reality and submerge yourself into fantasy" href="https://chapter26.net/2016/01/08/book-challenge-part-1/" class="classic-link padding-top-30 site-palette-yin-2-color display-block padding-bottom-5 site-typeface-title typo-size-xxlarge post-title"> What I will be reading this year (part I)

As a new year begins each and every one of use, whether we want to admit it or no, sets himself/herself some purposes for this year; it is a chance to do everything we didn’t manage to last year or to try new challenges we wouldn’t have done a year ago because we were different […]

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