Books I’m Taking on my Birthday Trip :)

Hello readers!

It’s my birthday! The last year in my twenties starts today, and we have a lovely weekend planned which includes bookstores and brunch and nice wine (not at brunch, that is). As I will be on a trip and taking a long train ride there, I’m obviously taking way too many books (especially considering I will buy more books there), but I like having options so I can decide what to pick up depending on my mood! I feel like that is something a lot of bookish people do.

So the three books below are the ones I’ve decided to take and I’m not sure which I’ll start with! They’re all so exciting, and also kind of aesthetic together.

the man who saw everything deborah levy harrow the ninth tamsyn muir drive your plow over the bones of the dead Olga Tokarczuk

The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy / Goodreads

Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb, #2) by Tamsyn Muir / Goodreads

Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead by Olga Tokarczuk / Goodreads

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Have you read any of those? Which should I read first?

11 thoughts on “Books I’m Taking on my Birthday Trip :)

  1. I hope you’re having a great day and a great trip! This looks like a great selection of reading material. 🙂 The only one I’ve read so far is Drive Your Plow, which I really liked (as you know), but I also would love to see your thoughts on The Man Who Saw Everything! I’m hoping to read that one soon as well, if the person who has it checked out ahead of me at the library ever returns it (they’re overdue)!

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    • Thank you, Emily!! It was lovely (as evidenced by me being 203 years late answering comments), The Man Who Saw Everything was SO GOOD, and I’m yet to pick up Drive Your Plow, but I think I’ll get to it still this week 🙂

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