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When not Bound Broken, this memoir gives 28 brilliance at the start, which unfortunately does not help you charge your climax any faster than a 24 brilliance memoir does. When fully Bound Broken, the starting brilliance increases from 28 all the way to 40, allowing you to reach a full charge after using nearly any skills. This memoir will also be extremely useful in the future, since Don Kaoruko will be released with a passive that gives your team 10 starting brilliance, allowing you to reach Climax Revues in a single turn.
In particular, this memoir is useful for Talent Crystal Hunt, Song Search stages, and as your guest support. These memoirs give starting brilliance , but are coupled with effects other than fortitude. Due to lacking starting brilliance , this memoir is not particularly useful by itself, especially before being Bound Broken.
Once Bound Broken, however, its fortitude effect goes from giving you one stack to two. The extra survivability is occasionally useful for difficult PvE content such as Song Searches and later floors in the Tower of Dreams where you need your front line to survive for as long as possible. A memoir that gives both a normal barrier and fortitude.
Bound Breaking it only increases the barrier strength and does not give an extra stack of fortitude. Also note that the ones that were given out for free during events sell for half as much as normal memoirs do. Some people prefer to run a Dexterity increasing memoir as their guest support slot rather than effective elemental damage. This offers much less consistency in exchange for occasionally dealing extra damage.
Similar to the Aquarium Date memoir, but with Evade instead of Fortitude. New York: Basic Books, Cairns, Scott. New York: Harper SanFrancisco, Caldwell, Gail. A spirited memoir of friendship and loss. Good for studying powerful reflective writing, thematically grouped memories, and the writing of memories entirely from adulthood. Chernin, Kim. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books, Covington, Dennis. Salvation on Sand Mountain. New York: Penguin, One of my all-time favorite reads. Covington covers the trial of a pastor accused of murder in Appalachia and gets sucked into his snake-handling, strychnine-drinking faith.
Crane, George. New York: Bantam, A particularly beautiful opening forty-some pages. David-Neel, Alexandra. My Journey to Lhasa. Boston: Beacon Press, Doty, Mark.
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New York: Harper Perennial, Doty loses his partner to AIDS. His record of love, loss, and grief is eloquent. A good book to read for language and for linking reflection and narration. Doyle, Brian. Dubus, Andre. Duncan, David James. Sierra Club Books, Duncan, environmentalist and fly-fisherman, explores his nature-deprived childhood and the influence of his Bible-beating grandmother.
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Opening section is the best. Ehrlich, Gretel. A Match to the Heart. New York: Penguin Books, Erdrich, Louise. Erdrich makes beautiful connections between the natural world and the life of her spirit. Foster, Patricia. Gallagher, Winifred. Working on God.
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New York: Random House, Gaustad, Edwin S , editor. Memoirs of the Spirit. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, Gilbert, Elizabeth. Goldberg, Natalie. Long Quiet Highway.
New York: Bantam Books, Halpern, Sue. New York: Vintage Books, Hampl, Patricia. Virgin Time. New York: Ballantine Books, Hathaway, Katharine Butler. The Little Locksmith. New York: The Feminist Press, An unfinished narrative by a woman whose childhood was confined to bed. Sensitive, lovely. Hendra, Tony. Johnson, Mary. Johnson, Robert A. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, Jung, Carl.
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New York: Shocken Books, Lamott, Anne. Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith. Anchor Books, Master of humor and faithful irreverence. Lamott speaks to a younger generation of seekers. Lee, Li-Young. The Winged Seed: A Remembrance. A difficult but beautiful book.
Lyrical in style, circular in form. Levine, Stephen. MacDonald, Sarah. Holy Cow. Macy, Joanna. Widening Circles. Canada: New Society Publishers, Mairs, Nancy. Manning, Martha. San Francisco: HarperCollins, Matthiessen, Peter. The Snow Leopard. I find this story of trekking in the Himalayas fascinating for its structure, which defies the traditional story-arc in favor of a Zen Buddhist form.
Mernissi, Fatema. Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood. Cambridge: Perseus Books, Surprising vignettes of growing up in Morocco. Merton, Thomas. Seven Storey Mountain.