Just got one called Choosing Life: https://www.amazon.c...toreType=ebooks
It's the third in a series about anorexia. Really good!
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Posted 23 November 2020 - 04:21 AM
Besides the ones I bought for school, I bought The Star Rover (which I'm currently reading and loving) and Martin Eden by Jack London. Also bought In the Name of Identity by Amin Maalouf and Sea Prayer by Khaled Hosseini.
nightingale, sweet-voiced messenger of spring
Posted 02 December 2020 - 07:38 AM
I bought even more >.< I bulk order books around the holidays as gifts for family members, but I can't help but get a few for myself.
So I got
Pride and Pejudice by Jane Austen
The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
Zodiac by Robert Graysmith
I'm trying to hold myself back from buying books faster than I'm able to read them
Posted 02 December 2020 - 06:09 PM
i actually just bought a kindle for books that i don't think i'm going to read more than once because i have too many hard copies and it's going to be such a pain when i have to move out
the only book i have on my kindle is my year of rest and relaxation by otessa moshfeigh lmao
other books i've bought this past month are pnin by vladimir nabokov, the song of achilles by madeline miller, the secret history by donna tartt, an oresteia by anne carson and middlesex by jeffrey eugenides... yeah i need to stop
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Posted 06 December 2020 - 12:29 AM
I got 2, actually c: Mythology by Edith Hamilton, and The Dark by John McGahern
Mythology is awesome, the book is gorgeous and has most of my fav Greek/Roman Myths, and The Dark was an amazing, tragic and profoundly uncomfortable read. I love McGahern and relate intensely (hence the discomfort) to his stories. I've literally gone through some of the exact same scenes in this book, and said the exact dialogue (or near to it). My experiences growing up in rural Ireland weren't all that different to his it seems, despite them happening 70 years later
I also got "Nationalism and War, edited by John A. Hall and Siniša Malešević", but that's for Uni and probably not something I can talk about without writing a whole essay lol
"there are still faint glimmers of civilisation left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity"
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