Yesterday the book sale started and I felt my bibliophilic brain itching to get my hands on some books. Cheap books, at that, so it’s even better. There weren’t that many I wanted/needed though. I found four and one of them was *cough* kinda not on sale. And it wasn’t cheap. But I’m reading it soon so I need it (YES, I DO!) Here they are, now:
‘A Game of Thrones’ by George R. R. Martin, was the one not on sale. Or, well, it was on sale, in Danish, for lots more money, so I settled on lovely paperback version in English. I’m really looking forward to this one and I’ll start reading it soon! Squee!
‘Mistress of the Art of Death’ by Ariana Franklin, (Danish version) was very cheap, 30 kr. (which is a little over three British pounds) – and hardback, too – so that’s a bargain. This is also on my list, added by my cousin, and yeah, I look forward to it. We like a bit of crime story and this one is set in the Middle Ages. Crime + Middle Ages? Don’t mind if I do! And really cheap as well. Awesooome.
The others weren’t bought for this challenge, but for you nosy lil’ buggers I can tell you they’re by Terry Pratchett and are called ‘The Wee Free Men’ and ‘A Hat Full of Sky.’ They were the same price as Franklin’s but they’re not for the challenge and so won’t be relevant for a while – they’re for next year or for later this year in case I get ahead of schedule.
Here’s hoping I do, ’cause currently I’m almost finished with Journal 64 and don’t have the next book yet (yelp!) – please hurry, lovely library people!