Finally Feels Like Home

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The same guy who sold me the beanbag chair let me go through the books he and his girlfriend want to get rid of. Found so many good finds – but they wouldn’t let me pay for any of them!! I insisted on paying both him and his girlfriend back with drinks, to which an agreement was formed and I left with a tote merrily brimming with many pages to be devoured.

And, stacked neatly by my cupboard door, I can say that my apartment has finally filled that missing hole I couldn’t put my finger on, and that it finally feels like home.

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Final book role call:

Veronica Decides to Die – Paulo Cohelo
☞The Guns of Navarone – Alistair MacLean
Arabian Nights
World War Z – Max Brooks
It – Stephen King
The Great Gatsby – F Scott ☞Fitzgerald (with included Korean version in the second half!!)
Percy Jackson – Rick Riordan
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams
The Monk – Matthew Lewis
Holy Cow – Sarah MacDonald
☞The Woman in White – Wilkie Collins
Slumdog Millionaire – Vikas Swarup
Mythology of the Greeks and Norse
As I Lay Dying – William Faulkner
Trainspotting – Irvine Welsh
Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie
Eat Pray Love – Elizabeth Gilbert
The Silmarillion – J R R Tolkien
The Lost Symbol – Dan Brown
100 Tyrants (lol I think they just wanted me to take this one because it was big and took up space)


7 thoughts on “Finally Feels Like Home

  1. Those are some great titles!!!! What nice people. The perfect people to come across at this point.
    Read the tyrants one…it will give you character insight for villains, and a fuller comprehension of humans.

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