Every Sunday, we share the books that found their way into our hands – either through our recent travels or library haul or books sent to us for feature / review. This week marks the fourth part of my Pansing Books Box Sale. Clearly, I took advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime sale to purchase lovely titles.
Pansing Books Box Sale Part Four: Graphic Novels, Illustrated Stories, Poetry, Middle Grade and YA
Help Thanks Wow: The Three Essential Prayers by Anne Lamott, Standing Female Nude by Carol Ann Duffy.
Granta 133 What Have We Done edited by Sigrid Rausing, The Lover’s Cookbook by Milton Crawford.
Scary Out There edited by Jonathan Maberry, Raymie Nightingale by Kate DiCamillo.
The Blue Buick by B. H. Fairchild, Sentenced To Life by Clive James.
Alice Iris Red Horse by Yoshimasu Gozo, Divine Nothingness by Gerald Stern.
The Pharos Gate by Nick Bantock, Lovf: The Illustrated Diary Of A Man Literally Losing His Mind by Jesse Reklaw.
Of Poetry And Protest From Emmett Till To Trayvon Martin edited by Philip Cushway and Michael Warr, Urban Art: The World As A Canvas by Garry Hunter.
Graffiti Planet compiled and introduced by Ket, Even More Bad Parenting Advice by Guy Delisle.
Fiction and International Titles
The Land That Time Forgot | The People That Time Forgot | Out Of Time’s Abyss: The Caspak Trilogy by Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee by Rebecca Miller.
Dead Wake by Erik Larson, A Monster Calls: Special Collector’s Edition by Patrick Ness and Jim Kay.
The Followers by Rebecca Wait, The Kindness Of Enemies by Leila Aboulela.
The Impossible Dead by Ian Rankin, The Facts: A Novelist’s Autobiography by Philip Roth.
The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurdardottir, Chameleon People by Hans Olav Lahlum.
King Of The City by Michael Moorcock, The Wandering Pine by Per Olov Enquist.
The Great Swindle by Pierre Lemaitre, Augustown by Kei Miller.
A General Theory Of Oblivion by Jose Eduardo Agualusa, The Book Of Pearl by Timothee De Fombelle, Porno by Irvine Welsh.
Mr Fox by Helen Oyeyemi, Dreadfully Ever After by Steve Hockensmith.
The Circle Of Reason by Amitav Ghosh, The Night Stages by Jane Urquhart.
How about you? What books found their way into your hands recently?
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