Part 11. Memoirs through 14 books I read Or how I rediscovered my past

Memories lie hidden in the noise of the present, would they be freed by other's stories?

Part 11
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer appealed to me by the setting of the book in the Olympic Peninsula, reminding me of the places I had visited myself while there and of the places I had missed. The vampires and werewolves of the book needed to live in a remote, cloudy, steeped in ancestral myths location. The small town of Forks, La Push beach and the native American tribes of the area would be an integral part of the story. The book was published in 2005, a year when…

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Born in Romania, lived in England for more than 20 years

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Ela Raith

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Born in Romania, lived in England for more than 20 years

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