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Birthday Book Haul

What better way to come back to the blog than with a bookhaul? My family and friends really outdid themselves this year and I ended up with this amazing haul for my birthday. I am very excited to read them all but considering how many there are and how lenghty (looking at you War and Peace & Fortunata y Jacinta), it is more than likely I won't be able to get through them before the year ends. Last year I gave myself the challenge and did it but I am not sure about this year. Will try though.
  • Guerra y Paz by Leo Tolstoy.
  • Fortunata y Jacinta by Benito Pérez Galdós.
  • La escritura indómita by Mary Oliver.
  • El palacio de hielo by Tarjei Vesaas.
  • Todo el mundo puede ser ANTIFA by Pol Andiñach.
  • El legado de las diosas by Katerina Tucková.
  • Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls by T Kira Madden.
  • The Covent Garden Ladies by Hallie Rubenhold.
  • By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrison.
  • Wake, Siren: Ovid Resung by Nina MacLaughlin.
Have you read any of these? 
Happy reading!



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