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February 22, 2016

Unfettered and Free in My Hometown Librar-ee

It’s been too long since I’ve been on a free reading spree. These days, great friends give 101 recommendations, there’s an ever-increasing list of books I “should” read and such seemingly limited time.

So, when I took my vacation home, I dug up my old card and went to my hometown library- no holds barred.

Here are my spoils:

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From left to right:

  1. A Rapunzel retelling set in medieval Germany
  2. By Sarah Ockler, the author of Fixing Delilah, Bittersweet‘s MC is a cupcake baking queen- her local newspaper said so
  3. The sequel to The Young Elites
  4. A poetry collection entitled Revolutionary Petunias (best title ever)

Two weeks with nothing but free time can put a dent into such an ensemble.

Book
The only book I had a hankering for I didn’t see was Attachments by Rainbow Rowell; I found out Cath and Levi from Fangirl make a cameo! How did I not know this?! The library where I currently live has a copy, it is now on hold, and all shall soon be well.

ETA: I just finished Attachments, saw no signs of Cath and Levi, rechecked my sources, and realized they appear in Landline instead. Back to the library I go!

 

What have you lately added to your TBR?

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  • February 26th 2016

    Omg then I officially am reading Landline so I can see this Levi/Cath cameo!! *squeaks* And I also want to read Attachments, though, because I love Rainbow Rowell’s writing. xD
    YAY FOR LIBRARY TRIPS! I go every week and literally have to ban myself from getting too many books, hehh. ;)
    I hope you enjoy your spoils!

    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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