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  • Now that he was standing here in person, the whole scenario seemed surreal.
  • Now he was in Europe, caught up in a surreal battle of ancient titans, packing a semiautomatic in his Harris tweed, and holding hands with a woman he had only just met.
  • As they passed the first shrouded alcove, Langdon felt taut, like a contestant on some surreal game show.
  • Surreal wisps of memory sifted back into his consciousness . A pyre of mystical fire . an angel materializing from out of the crowd . her soft hand taking his and leading him into the night . guiding his exhausted, battered body through the streets . leading him here . to this suite . propping him half-sleeping in a scalding hot shower . leading him to this bed . and watching over him as he fell asleep like the dead.

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  • It was as irrational and surreal as a dream.
  • But whatever the reason, it felt surreal.
    Jay Asher  --  Thirteen Reasons Why

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