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Weekend Reads (4)



And here we are again with a Weekend Reads. I’m still reading Hero of Ages but I’m now more than half-way through and although I wanna finish it before the next week begins, I won’t push it either. I started A Song for Summer by Eva Ibbotson yesterday and I basically have no expectations but I hope it’s a nice read to take my mind off things.

I’m going away for the weekend so I’ll be spending most of my time reading and for that I’m taking yet another book: The Sunlight Pilgrims by Jenni Fagan who is one of the books I bought the other day – if you follow me on Twitter/Instagram *shameful self-promo* you might know I broke my book buying ban which is bad, but can’t change it now, right? 

What are your plans for the weekend?

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