#BookReport for May. Reading slump pretty much over 😀 Mayflies the standout read this month.
In the hills of #Tajikistan cow dung is used for fuel,a professor freelances as a donkey driver and most villagers earn less than a pound a week and yet, its citizens appear to be the most hospitable & generous. I was amazed at how warm & friendly the people Erika encountered were offering her food & shelter when they had so little. Next I travel to #Kyrgyzstan #ReadingAsia21
I‘ve finished part one ( about 120 pages) and it covers #Turkmenistan 🇹🇲 I definitely got a good sense of the country and the author made the history interesting & entertaining. Im really enjoying this so far @Megabooks @squirrelbrain @BarbaraBB @Librarybelle #ReadingAsia21
So this happen😥
No more english paperbacks for me.
I can't buy books from Book Depository because of Brexit. Received email from them. My order from December will be deliver but I can't buy anymore.
Only inside EU.
Has anyone experience with AMAZON DE (Germany)? Do they sell english edition? I don't speak German, only English.
Thank you for all information.
So excited my 2 upcoming IRL bookclub picks have arrived from #BookDepository 💜📚It seems they have halted shipments to several countries due to the new strain of coronavirus. Happy Holidays to all♥️🎁🎉‼️
Just finished rereading this short story collection. It is by far my favorite that I read this year. It‘s one of those 5⭐️ books that gives you a new perspective and a new favorite story each time. Highly recommend!
I do a lot of rereading in December. 😀
This book is 335 pages long. I read it in one sitting. I ordered Jimmy John's for lunch because I didn't want to put it down to fix something. Easily one of the best true crime books I've ever read. I went in with a healthy dose of scepticism and left with my mind blown. Although I'm not completely convinced, Stewart makes a pretty good circumstantial case. A must read for anyone who likes fascinating/crazy nf like Monster of Florence