In the first book we were introduced to the Borribles, runaway children that get pointy ears and become immortal. The Borribles are lovers of freedom, don’t use money, steal anything they need, live on the streets and in abandoned houses and love to share stories of their adventures. They are the middle ground between Peter…

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What if Peter Pan’s Lost Boys were street urchins? The Borribles could be described as an urban version of Peter Pan’s Lost Boys. Borribles look like children, and can only be differentiated by their pointy years. All Borribles were children one day, but they turned into these curious creatures after running away to live on…

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“It was a pleasure to burn.” In a future society, books are forbidden and “firemen” responsible for burning the remaining titles. That’s the job of one Guy Montag, but he begins to question his role as he gets in contact with a teenager who reads secretly. And he becomes himself a criminal reader of smuggled…

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