Each fortnight, month, fifteenth full moon of the half equational motion of the earths full circuit I will showcase 1-2 books that I think would be fantastic reading if you're going through a certian emotion/stage in your life.
Wanting to Know How to Sneak.
Maybe it's all to get that piece of cake left in the fridge without anyone detecting you, but so long as it's not unlawful then these books may just have characters that could help you sneak.
The Book Thief- Markus Zusak.
Death may well be the ultimate sneaker, though the two ladies featured alongside it are jolly good rivals, and in this rich text there are a good many moments where silent watching and listening are depicted most beautifully. This here's an other worldly kind of sneaking.
Throne of Glass- Sarah J. Maas.
Celaena's a match for anyone, I'd say, and while she may not be the nicest teacher, 'specially if you're not naturally talented, the things you can learn from her are many and varied- always with a side of wit, I note. She is fearsome and deadly and silent, even when running, and that is something to admire.
His Dark Materials- Philip Pullman.
Lyra has the sneakiest type of sneak of the three; hers is a devious kind, going places no one else would have you go and very nearly getting in a lot of trouble for it. Yes she's reckless sometimes, but she has fun and she accomplishes her goals more often than not, and she is one to rely on.
Stay tuned for some more bookish suggestions for the good times, and the bad.
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