Welcome to the bookshelf tour! Previously: Nonfiction | Buddhism & Yoga | Poetry & Adult Fiction | Adult Fiction & Graphic Novels | Horror & Classics | Tolkien | Contemporary Romance | Middle Grade | Middle Grade & Classics | Harry Potter & Shadowhunters. ICYMI, since I’m not on Booktube, and never will be, I wanted to travel through my shelves on a biweekly adventure on the blog. Since these are going to be pretty long, I won’t ramble on, so let’s get to it! About half of these are read, though probably only a handful are reviewed, so I’ll link to Goodreads if it’s available.
And so it begins! The young adult fantasy books are possibly the only shelves that are actually going to be exactly what they should be. There’s going to be one stuck randomly in the middle that’ll be weird because it’s the second half of my classics, but everything else is pretty much kept together. These young adult shelves are also super stuffed because I just have so much and too little room, haha.
The herbs creeping in on the left are sea leaves (I think), and they’re obscuring a beautiful pale Ganesha. Next to that are the Spirit Cats oracle cards, which are adorable, and more black crystals–tumbled & raw smoky quartz, a big very lightly smoky quartz point cluster, raw obsidian (I think), a terrifying black obsidian ball that feels a bit evil sometimes, raw snowflake obsidian, a tumble snowflake obsidian tower, tumbled hematite, a fist-sized smoky quartz on top of a cranberry dahlia candle, black kyanite, and a Tibetan prayer wheel.
And without the stuff so you can actually see the books.
Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare | UNREAD
Urban Fantasy, Part I
My top three in this section is:
The Fascinators by Andrew Eliopolus | ★★★ | Review
The Graces by Laure Eve | ★★★★
Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness | ★★★ | Review
NOTE: I don’t know why they’re in that psycho order.
The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch, Vol. 1: At the Edge of Empire by Daniel Kraus | ★★★★★ | Review
The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch, Vol. 2: Empire Decayed by Daniel Kraus | ★★★★★ | Review