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Time Out. Round 2!

As I did back in January, I won't be most likely posting for 4 weeks. The only two posts that will make through will be my review of The Strange Library by Murakami and if I'm lucky enough my May Wrap-Up. 

My exams start next week and I just won't have the time for either blogging or visiting other people's blogs as regularly as I do. And then, I'm going to London for 4 days as a reward so I won't be fully blogging again until the 20th of June more or less. A long time indeed :/ still, I'll try to pop up with comments here and there because it helps me to just disconnect from all the studying. Hope you understand :)


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