Naoki Urasawa’s Monster vol. 5-9 - this is some awesome stuff.
My library is looking kinda thick. I got two more bookcases hiding on the other wall.
This is beautiful!
Reading nooks with views of the hip Shimokitazawa neighbourhood in Tokyo, Japan
A quick hop from Shibuya and Shinjuku, Shimokitazawa is a nice change of pace from the craziness of the big city. We stumbled upon this little shop selling books and curiosities with seating areas where one can take in the scene over a cuppa, and feel safe about burying one’s face in a book and being lost in thoughts.
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I did not know this! Thank you for letting me know! I would have been sorely disappointed to start reading and then figure it out after the fact haha
There’s a Value Village on the walk back from the library and I always have an internal debate about going in or not. Usually if I haven’t made up my mind by the time I pass the entrance I head home. Today I made the decision to go in before I passed the entrance and walked in and came out with these…
Watch by Robert J. Sawyer - This is book two in a trilogy. I read the first a while back and meant to pick up the rest of the series but never did for some reason (probably because I had no money and forgot about it haha).
Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde - I’ve heard good things about this author and have never read any of his work. So when I saw this I picked it up. Hopefully I won’t be disappointed. Edit: this is the second book in a series.
The Deed of Paksenarrion by Elizabeth Moon - I’ve also never read anything by Elizabeth Moon. At least I don’t remember having done so (I’ve read a lot of fantasy…). This is a trilogy in one volume. Individually the three books are titled: Sheepfarmer’s Daughter, Divided Allegiance, and Oath of Gold.
The Josephine B. Trilogy by Sandra Gulland - I’m trying to justify four years of university and a useless history degree ;)