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But it could be made however you like! You can use 3, 6 or 9 pics to create your rainbow! I obviously used 3 if you look at my previous 2 posts, it's so pretty all together and I love it so much! I've tagged a few of you if you wanna try and change your feed into a rainbow! But if you haven't been tagged and wanna try, do it! It's fun! Happy Friday all! How do you feel about prequel books? But I DO like books that take place at an earlier point and focus on completely different characters.
So for me it always feels like an extra gift rather than the actual starting point, if that makes sense. If you love fantasy, but want something other than the usual European-inspired stuff, you should really give it a read! I think I started reading the TalesOfTheOtori books when I was in grade nine and I remember really enjoying them, but apart from that … nothing. Zero memories. I hope so! Day 5: Ampersand : Skills 5 Dec It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all the people who were alive, who had ever been alive.
Books I read in May. So these turned up today Lian Hearn. Jakie opinie? Last book of Lian Hearn finally read. Now I have read them ALL. Cant wait for her new books to be released. These books take place in a world similar to medieval Japan, but with elements of magic and sorcery thrown in. The magic in these books is subtle and manifests as extra abilities in people from one family - The Tribe. Our main character Takeo grew up as one of the hidden, but when his village is massacred he discovers his own power, leading him into a dangerous life This book has it all, heartbreaking loss, laugh out loud friendships and forbidden love, all with that brutal under-current that will keep you coming back for more!
Who else read and loved it? Which would be fine because the sea and the South Downs are close by. Soooo so happy right now!!! My early xmas gift was the first installment of the talesoftheotori chronicles - my most favorite books of all time!!! So super stoked I have my own copy this time!! Such an awesome gift!! Klan Otori. Time for another TBRTuesday! I read The Tales of the Otori book 1 and 2 over ten years ago.
Set in an alternate feudal Japan with lots of scheming and people with magical abilities, this was something different and exciting and I fell in love.
However, although I own 3 and 4 since , I've never read them, but I've reread 1 and 2 many times in the hopes of continuing with 3. Somehow, it never happened till now. I'm currently reading book 3 - the purple one - and hope to continue with 4 and the prequel soon.
I really like these hardcover editions, even more now that I've seen the new covers Do you have any series you put on hold a long time ago but plan to come back to one day? Opening line: "The football was light, barely discernible among all the myriad noises if the autumn forest: the rustle of leaves scattering in the northwesterly wind, the distant beating of wings as geese flew southwards, the echoing sounds of the village far below, yet Isamu heard it and recognized it.
Currently re reading talesoftheotori by Lian Hearn. One of the best series I have ever read and if you've never heard of it I seriously recommend renting, buying or loaning it asap acrossthenightingalefloor heavensnetiswide bookstagram bookoftheday mustread japanese. Impressive in its depth and detail, I thought that I would be ready to take a break from the series after getting through the near pages of this book. Recently started re-reading my mismatch copies of The Otori Tales.
It has been years since I read these and I was worried they wouldn't live up to the memory of them that I had. But they are brilliant and I love them just as much if not more than the first time I read them. Sometimes additions to a series can be a bit shoddy but I loved ALL of these prequels.
Which one is your favourite? Day made! I love this series and it was such an honor to have my book signed by Lian Hearn! Day 5 and 6 of bookishscavengerhunt16 we have one book with a wepon and one that takes place in new York! AmpersandJuly16 Day Fantasy.
I remember that much. And these covers are just swoon-worthy. Say yes and make me feel better. New addition to my collection of unread books. It's faded quite badly and doesn't look as good as I remember it back when I was Was moving stuff in storage and came across some of my favourite books.
Since it was such short notice I decided to just buy the book I actually wanted from a bookshop rather than risk another order. Having never returned it, Heaven's Net is Wide was left forgotten in a box of old stuff. Turns out it's a pretty good book. Goes to show that sometimes mistakes - not matter how inconvenient they are at the time - can be a good thing.
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Kisah Klan Otori (Buku I): Across the Nightingale Floor
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But it could be made however you like! You can use 3, 6 or 9 pics to create your rainbow! I obviously used 3 if you look at my previous 2 posts, it's so pretty all together and I love it so much! I've tagged a few of you if you wanna try and change your feed into a rainbow! But if you haven't been tagged and wanna try, do it! It's fun!
Grass For His Pillow
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Grass for his Pillow. Kisah Klan Otori. Lian Hearn. Bekas What a story!