Small scene on a shelf, part 943
Small scene on a shelf, part 943
Just bookshop/library dates, museum/art house dates and paint dates 🌌
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Title: “LAMB OF GOD” 7th Edition, a book feature:
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first day at my volunteering job tomorrow
Dark coffee, books and rainy days>>>>>
Reminisce of the time a few years ago I hunted for these books like a hawk because goodreads rec. them to me. These were quite hard to get and some I regretted having acquired them lol.
Here some of the titles
The Perilous Gard by Elizabeth Marie Pope. I love this one. Very Rereadable. I also like her other book, the Sherwood ring. No regrets on these
An Earthly knight by Janet McNaughton. Nope DNF. (I was in Tam lin phase then lol but this one I shall passed) Regrets!
Mara, Daughter of the Nile by Eloise Jarvis McGraw. This is so fun. I may reread sometimes in the future.
The Raging Quiet by Sherryl Jordan. I like the book fine but will not reread.
Time enough for drums by Ann Rinaldi. Right this was interesting for me but as the internet keep telling me the age gap in this one is bothering me a lot.
Keturah and lord death by Martine Leavitt. I couldn't really get pass the MC self consciousness and the way the story was told. Regrets!
Summers at castle auburn by Sharon Shinn. I love her Archangel book. (1 st book only) and this one also supposed to be without flaws. Only there are quite a few of issues that disturb me.
The Hollow kingdom by Claire B. Dunkle. Hmm will not reread. On the stockholm syndrome note.
A Face like glasses by Frances Hardinge. Was glued to the pages literally. Could not put it down. Felt the same thrills reading these like when I read Garth Nix's keys to the kingdom. Might reread but y'know it won't be like the first time ever again.
Dragon's bait by Vivian Vande Velde. Felt like a cliffhanger with no second book. Not that interesting. Regrets
11. The Blue sword by Robin Mckinley. Can't say I regret this but I'd felt that this should have been better. Not to mention the weird prequel book that I won't reread again.
12. The Belgariad series by David Eddings. Loved these while it lasted. I got bored with the second series. Not rereadable to me.
13. The Changeover by Margaret Mahy. Like it. Not gonna reread.
14. The Changeling sea by Patricia A. Mckillip. I regreted that this was the first Mckillip book I'd ever come across. Dreamy but not engaging. My favorite of hers are the forgotten beast of Eld, In the forest of Serre, the Riddlemaster series, and Winter rose.
15. War for the Oaks by Emma Bull. Very entertaining. I love it. Haven’t reread this since.
16. Song of the lioness series by Tamora Pierce. I was undecided about these. Well I like the Immortals better than this one. Trickster duology impressed me the most. Not regret these but still haven’t reread them.
17. Sabriel by Garth Nix. Special to me because I read this first on audiobook. What a thrilling experience. I was so crazy about the Abhorsen lore for months. Haven’t reread also.
18. Wildwood dancing by Juliet Merrilier. I was crazy about nearly all of her books for a time. Reread this along with Heart’s blood and Daughter of the forrest many times. It was good but didn’t really hold up to now.
19. Enchanted forest chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede. Like but not love. I like Mairelon’s books better or even the sorcerer and cecelia book.
20. Crown duel by Sherwood Smith. Love the books though Mel’s impulsiveness irked me lots of time. The starts of my obsession with her Sartorias-deles saga. Too many books with vastly different target audience, I gave up trying to read them all at some point lol. Love banner of the damned and the Inda books though.
21. Sally Lockhart’s series by Philip Pullman. Yeah I like his spectacular HDM but I like these more. Sally is so cool. No regrets.
22. The Black magician triology by Trudi Canavan. Used to be my guilty pleasure. because of the ending I will not reread.
23. The Farseer trilogy by Robin Hobb. Love these and the third trilogy also. Regret reading the second. Won’t reread because it was too painful. Also if I could one day reread them, I might continue with the series.
24. Earthsea cycle. By Ursula K. Le Guin. Favorite series. Reread many times. Will continue to recommend them.
25. Mistborn series. By Brandon Sanderson. Love these but won’t reread because I can’t go thru all of that again.
26. The chronicle of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander. Read on audiobook. Like them but haven’t reread since.
27. Lumatere chronicles by Melina Marchetta. So intense lol, it was good but I won’t go thru all that again.
30. Tales from the flat earth by Tanith lee. Did not regret. So dark and arabian-ish. I especially love Simmu’s stories and Chuz. Her B&B retelling in Red as blood is also my fav. So unique. But I regret buying her Claidi’s journals and Paradys books.
31. I, Coriander by Sally Gardner. So pretty cover. The stories was good for my teen years. Did not reread since.
32. A Company of swans by Eva Ibbotson. Gosh this was unexpectedly cute. So many weird things but still it works for me. Haven’t reread.
33. The Ivy tree by Mary Stewart. This book lied to me! I was so obsessed with the pseudo amnesia thing. First read on audiobook. One time is enough because the suspense can be experienced only one time.
34. The Seer and the sword by Victoria Hanley. Regrets. The plot was supposedly engaging but I couldn’t care more.
35. The Blue castle by L.M. Montgomery. Beautiful prose. Like the plot very much. Now if I could really find the time to read Anne of green gables.
36. Book of a thousand days by Shannon Hale. Nice. Can’t remember much but I like this enough to draw a doodle. I like her Austenland better. That was hilarious.
37. Narnia books by C.S. Lewis. I love these esp. the Dawn trader one. Haven’t reread yet.
39. The savage Damsel and the dwarf by Gerald Morris. Funny. I remembered that much.
Other books I regret are The books of Pelinor by Alison Croggon. Darkangel triology by Meredith Ann Pierce. Knight and Rogue by Hilari Bell, A college of magics by Caroline Stevermer, Riverside by Ellen Kushner.
There’s nothing better than a good book.
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Books & Bodies ::: Killian Belliard
What’s your favourite read of the summer so far? ☀️📖 For me it’s gotta be Casey McQuisyon’s One Last Stop! 🚃💕 Thank you to everyone who sent me the complimentary copies of the books in this photo. You are all tagged in the image ❤️ [Image Description: A photograph of a mint green book cart filled with books. On the top level there is also a felt board reading “2021 TBR.” The first level of the book cart also has a sticker on it displaying a black cat laying on an open book and the words “Life is better with coffee, cats, and books.” Description end.] #BookCart #TBRcart #SummerTBR #2021TBR #MintGreen #MintBookCart #OraganizedBooks #Bookshelf #Bookshelves #BookReviewer #CanadianBookReviewer #TBRlist #shelfie #HomeLibrary #HomeOffice #LibraryOffice #CozyLibrary #CurrentlyReading #ReadingGoal #ReadingGoals #MonthlyReading #BookTrolley #SummerReading #SummerBooks #CurrentlyReading #TopReads (at Waterloo, Ontario) https://www.instagram.com/p/CRzH0byLC6o/?utm_medium=tumblr
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Sunday mornings are meant for avoiding all responsibilities by escaping into your favorite book and endless hot tea
Books & Bodies
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
The Devil Wears Prada (#1) by Lauren Weisberger
Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns (#2) by Lauren Weisberger
When Life Gives You Lululemons (#3) by Lauren Weisberger
The Ghost Tree by Christina Henry
New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson
Books & Bodies ::: Julian Gabriel