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Photo by Kerstin Langenberger

“I see the glaciers calving, retreating dozens to hundreds of meters every year. I see the pack ice disappearing in record speed. Yes, I have seen bears in good shape – but I have also seen dead and starving polar bears. Bears walking on the shores, looking for food, bears trying to hunt reindeer, eating birds’ eggs, moss and seaweed. And I realized that the fat bears are nearly exclusively males which stay on the pack ice all year long. The females, on the other hand, which den on land to give birth to their young, are often slim. With the pack ice retreating further and further north every year, they tend to be stuck on land where there’s not much food.”  -  Kerstin Langenberger


❤(*´∀`*人*´∀`*) Collab with the sweet bear-tholdt!!! (*´∀`*人*´∀`*)♡
ReiBert #1 go on a date to a bar where ReiBert #2 are and they get mixed up. Everyone is confused but then they just have a happy double date haha!
Many thanks to Kerstin for asking me to do this collab together, I had to much fun and she is a sweetheart. (´∀`♡)

First Lines

“So let’s talk about your demon. Have you heard his voice this week?” He leaned back, folded his hands over his stomach, and looked expectantly at her. (start reading)

“A kaleidoscope of violet seared across Fletcher’s vision. Then he was in an abyss, dark water flooding his mouth and nose.” (start reading)


This cast is so cute ♥

books read in 2015 [6/?]

dream a little dream (silber, the silver trilogy #1) by kerstin gier
“i really don’t know what you’re doing here. get out!” he waved one hand as if shooing an annoying fly away. “i said get out, cheese girl!” when i didn’t move, he seemed to be annoyed. “why doesn’t she disappear?”
“could be because i don’t answer to the name of cheese girl, idiot.”

grayson cleared his throat. “i’m afraid, she… er.. came here with me, henry.” judging by his tone of voice, he seemed to find this somehow embarrassing.
“you know my cheese girl?”
“looks like it.” grayson rubbed his forehead with the back of his hand again. “she’s my new little sister. i found that out this evening.”
“oh, shit.”

Libros que he leído en lo que va de año
  1. The spectacular now, de Tim Tharp.
  2. City of glass, de Cassandra Clare.
  3. Juego de tronos, de George R.R. Martin.
  4. The girl on the train, de Paula Hawkins.
  5. Sé lo que estás pensando, de John Verdon.
  6. Todos deberíamos ser feministas, de Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
  7. Crónica de una muerte anunciada, de Gabriel García Márquez.
  8. El proceso, de Franz Kafka.
  9. Don Juan Tenorio, de José Zorrilla.
  10. Silber II: El segundo libro de los sueños, de Kerstin Gier.
  11. Silber III: El tercer libro de los sueños, de Kerstin Gier.
  12. El misterio de la cripta embrujada, de Eduardo Mendoza.
  13. Cruzando el bosque, de Emily Carroll.
  14. The giver, de Lois Lowry.
  15. Las tejedoras de destinos, de Gennifer Albin.
  16. El hombre ilustrado, de Ray Bradbury.
  17. Ocultos, de Jordi Sierra i Fabra.
  18. El guardián entre el centeno, de J.D. Salinger.
  19. SAGA, del 1 al 5, de Brian K. Vaughan, (desde diciembre 2015).
  20. Wytches, de Scott Snyder.
  21. Los muertos vivientes (TWD), del 1 al 20, de Robert Kirkman, (desde diciembre 2015).