[BHE 154] More Awesome Books from Pansing and Library Love


Myra here.

It is my favourite day of the week once again as I get to share books that hunted, haunted, and tracked me down until my poor self has no other recourse but to give in and find a space for them in my bookshelves. This week, I am sharing a few of the books that Pansing Books sent me for review and my library finds.

Awesome Titles from Pansing Books


The Boy Who Lost Fairyland by Catherynne M. Valente.


The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith.


All Our Names by Dinaw Mengestu, The Wolf in Winter by John Connolly.


Trigger Warning: Short Fictions & Disturbances by Neil Gaiman, Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.


The Unreal & The Real by Ursula K. LeGuin, Unspeakable by Abbie Rushton


Ofelia: A Love And Rockets Book by Gilbert Hernandez


Marly’s Ghost by David Levithan

Library Finds


I have a feeling I won’t be able to finish this book in time, definitely one I should purchase for myself: The Book of Legendary Lands by Umberto Eco.


What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe


Again another book that I doubt I’d be able to finish on time: Seraphina by Rachel Hartman.


Because I am still wrapped up in Dan Brown’s Inferno, I borrowed William Blake’s Divine Comedy Illustrations.


By The Book: Writers on Literature and the Literary Life edited by Pamela Paul.


Skim by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki.


Earl Dizon of The Chronicles of a Children’s Book Writer has just recomended The Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart for our current reading theme, and naturally I hunted the title down from our library. And since I am on a Tamaki binge: This One Summer by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki.

How about you, fellow book readers, what books found their way to you over the past few weeks or so?

5 comments on “[BHE 154] More Awesome Books from Pansing and Library Love

  1. We’ve been enjoying the book Maps by Aleksandra Mizielińska and Daniel Mizieliński For book club I have been reading Shame by Salman Rushdie. Also reading Surviving the Applewhites by Stephanie Tolan.


  2. Oh, the Neil Gaiman! *grabby hands*
    I’m reading Skim this month too. I’ll be curious to hear what you think!


  3. Oh, Neil Gaiman! *grabby hands*

    I’m reading Skim this month too. I’ll be interested to hear what you think!


  4. Wow, Myra, I wish you lived down the block. We could share & share so many good books. I’ve heard good things about Alex Crow (currently reading The Boy In The Black Suit), Skim, and The Red Queen. I recently purchased Echo & will get to it soon, I hope! Happy Reading!


  5. Awesome picks you have! I’ve got some more interesting books from the library also! Hey, I just nominated you for the Creative Blogger Award here:


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