Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Airplane reading

Kate boarded, and managed to quell her introspections and pay attention to the book she had brought for reading on the plane. It demanded her attention and she [sic] received it; unlike most travelers, Kate did not prefer light reading on planes; light reading, she liked to admit to Reed, was what she enjoyed when she was pleasantly tired, or ought unquestioningly to be doing something else.
Amanda Cross, The Edge of Doom (New York: Ballantine Books, 2002), p. 154.

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