1Q84 by Haruki Murakami (via rushofblood)
The Sense of An Ending by Julian Barnes
May 2012, we went back to the island of Hong Kong. WE, my brother, two cousins and I. Going home, we had lots of time left before our flight and the Hong Kong International Airport is one of the places I am in love to. While waiting, I went around in the nearest kiosks (where i can’t lose sight of my company, of course) and saw a small book shop. I got this book of Julian Barnes for HK$102. After buying it, I returned to the waiting area. There was a man sitting beside me wearing full black clothes. He was writing in his journal, maybe about his journey, his new experiences, places… and maybe I was there too, the girl reading beside him. That time, this book becomes more meaningful.
A part of my small collection of things about knights is this children’s book version of King Arthur and the Legend of the Round Table. It has illustrations inside the book making it really interesting for kids. This is the kind of book I would want my future kids to read.