Book Unhaul #2

by - 9:49 PM

Êl síla erin lû e-govaned vîn! I guess this is the week for resurrecting old series. A long time ago, I did a post similar to this where I showed all the books I was donating to my local little free libraries that month. Since my family is downsizing in March, I've been donating a lot of my books (this time to Planned Parenthood) I won't have room for in the new house. Here's the latest batch!

Like half the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan: These books are insanely long, so checking them out from the library isn't a viable option. I buy them so I can take as much time with them as I need, then I never read them again. I think I currently own #2-10. Not for much longer.

Inferno by Dan Brown: As I detailed here, I bought this book because I wanted to support an independent bookstore, not because I'd originally planned on reading it. I enjoyed The Da Vinci Code, so I figured I'd like this one. Not so. I've tried reading it a few times, but I have no real desire. It also seems exactly the same as every other thriller I've read.

As You Like It by Shakespeare: Also from the above book haul is this book. I actually read and loved this one, but I recently bought a collection of all the bard's plays. There's no reason for me to have two copies of one of them.

The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig: Did I enjoy this book? Yes. Will I ever reread it? I doubt it, and I have little interest in trying the sequel.

Let's chat! Have you read any of these books? What books have you most recently given away? Comment below, and have a lovely day.

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  1. this is a cool idea! i would donate books, but i get way too attached to them and enjoy flaunting how many books i own.

    also, i nominated you for the change award, it's about what you'd like to change in our world/society:

    xo apollo




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