Target Book Haul

Posted June 2, 2018 by Kim in book haul, stacking the shelves / 3 Comments

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
the witch doesn’t burn in this one by amanda lovelace

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Impulsively, I see the Target exclusive cover of the witch doesn’t burn in this one and decide to take it home. So I’m walking around with a poetry book that I didn’t intend to buy and I suddenly stop. Guided by Odin or Thor or some god that favors beautiful covers, I run away with a copy of Neil Gaiman’s collection of Norse Mythology too.

It’ll, uh, add to my experience when I watch the Thor movies.

Yeah.

Do you watch Marvel movies? Do you have a favorite to recommend?

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