Chapter 20 – Father and Son: Page 10

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  • Take that thief down Rafa! Be a good guy and save the damsel in distress! *giggles* Oh my, I just had this picture of Elan as a damsel in my head….

    Help the lady Rafa! You will have a good story to tell Elan when you guys talk to each other again. Other than the “Go f*** off Jake” story. ^_^

  • bronakopdin

    I want the book he’s reading ^^

    • themice

      Love in the Time of Cholera is a great book. :)

      • True that!

      • bronakopdin

        so that’S the title? I’ll surely look out for it now! thanks :)

        • themice

          I love everything by Gabriel García Marquez. He uses “magical realism” to describe the oddest of stories. One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera are his most well known, I believe. Strange that those 3 were chosen, but they are good.

          I also like Memories of My Melancholy Whores.

          • This comment was in moderation sweetie, I fixed it for you. ^_^

            I am going to have to add those to my reading list. ^_^

          • themice

            LOL, the site is blocking my own comments? I guess it was the title of that book!

          • bronakopdin

            thanks for answering my question :) guess I’ll wait a bit bit to save the money for the box then :D
            and also thanks for the other book rec :)

          • themice

            His books can be found in used bookstores and libraries too. He’s been around forever (and is old now, in his 90s. I will cry and go into mourning when he passes).

          • Just for those who are interested… you can download a copy of Love in the Time of Cholera at: (just remove the spaces).

            https:// archive.org /details/LoveInTheTimeOfCholera

          • D. Garrett

            thank you so much!

          • D. Garrett

            thats how i felt about roger zelazny. the writer of my all time fav book series, the chronicles of amber. he was already passed when i read his books, but i mourned the loss anyway.

  • Lleyn

    No, no, this surely must be a misunderstanding! The boy simply agreed to race to the grocer for his grandma before they close and the lady merely saw the mouse behind Rafa’s chair. It’s a coincidence, Rafa! Don’t fall for it!

    Ahem, on a more serious note, I wonder how this little incident will play into the greater scheme of things. I have a feeling there’s a revelation in store for Rafa, but I’m not sure whether it’ll be a good one or not.

  • Loneliestoflulabies

    Why do I feel like this is about to end badly, again