30-Day Book Challenge: Day 23 – Book You’ve Wanted to Read Forever, Yet Haven’t

Day 23: A book you’ve wanted to read for a long time, but still haven’t.

I have a feeling that some of you will be surprised with one of my choices here given the author, but I have two books to share. The first one is Blood Rights by Kristen Painter, which I talked about on my Top 5 Fantasy TBR Books list. I have had this one my shelf forever, but I always get distracted with other shit.

The second one is Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami. I KNOW! A Murakami book I have yet to read. To be honest, it is a bit hyped, and while I fucking love this author, it does make me a bit reluctant to pick it up. One day I will do it. One day.

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4 thoughts on “30-Day Book Challenge: Day 23 – Book You’ve Wanted to Read Forever, Yet Haven’t

  1. I’ve read a few Murakami’s but not this one either, must read it too! I don’t have it on the shelf but one I do have that I also haven’t read is ‘What I Talk About When I Talk About Running’, I seems to have read all his big fat books and not the slim ones!

    • This is probably one of my favourite books of all-time. There is so much there while being so simple, but it is a bit sadder than his other books as well, so keep that in mind. 🙂

  2. Hmm…I think I already said this to you but two books (or more accurately sagas lol😂😂) that I want to read are Dune and the Amber books 😊😊
    By the way the cover for this book looks awesome! 😊

    • Indeed, you have! I plan on spending 2019 reading through and reviewing all of the Dune books, which now that I’m thinking about it may be a 2019-2020 project. I feel it is time for me to return to it in its entirety. 🙂

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