tagged by the ever delightful xiv-leyli
1. aristotle and dante discover the secrets of the universe by benjamin alire sáenz
2. love and other small wars by donna-marie riley [ five—a—day ]
3. fahrenheit 451 by ray bradbury
4. breakfast of champions by kurt vonnegut
5. it’s a bird by steve t seagle
6. the catcher in the rye by j.d. salinger
7. bridge to terabithia by katherine paterson
8. yesterday won’t goodbye by brian ellis
9. المجنون لجبران خليل جبران
10. in search of midnight by mike mcgee [ mightymikemcgee ]
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Thank you so much!! I’m quite proud of them 😊
thank you for taking the time to write this, I alway appreciate it. Always. & i’m glad that you like my account.
Haruki Murakami writes fiction with a hint of surrealism to it. He doesn’t have any poetry collections that I’m aware of and having done some search I couldn’t find much. maybe nothing that’s translated yet anyway.
if you’re interested in reading him then check out norwegian wood and sputnik sweetheart. both are incredible books!
hope i was of help and if you have anymore questions then please feel free to ask x
If you mean as a kid then I honestly don’t remember. I’ve always read, it was always something that came as second nature to me. Almost as effortless as breathing. I apologise if that sounded pretentious but that’s how it is right now.
If you mean something else please feel free to ask me again and I can give you a clearer answer.