There’s no such thing as too many books.
When people ask what gift I like, I always tell them they can’t go wrong with coffee and books. However, since my TBR list is a bit daunting and may send certain friends into a nervous breakdown from trying to pick the perfect book from the hundreds on my list, I’ve decided to give some help. Now, I know that this may be a bit late for this year, but it’s never to early to start thinking about next year . . . is it?
10 Books I’d Like to See Under the Tree
The Easy Ones
The Buried Giant
[Kazuo Ishiguro; hardcover]
The Relic Master
[Christopher Buckley; hardcover]
V for Vendetta
[Alan Moore & David Lloyd]
The Slightly Expensive (Comparatively)
Monty Python’s Flying Circus: Complete and Annotated…All the Bits
Louvre: All the Paintings
[Vincent Pomarède and Erich Lessing]
The Difficult, Expensive, and/or Nearly Impossible Ones
[signed by Neil Gaiman]
[Dante Alighieri, author; John Ciardi, translator; Gustave Dore, illustrator]
I thought this book impossible, but apparently a leather-bound edition was released back in the 70s.
[signed by Mario Puzo]
[signed by Terry Pratchett]
Any signed Pratchett will do, but Hogfather was my first
Lord of the Rings
[J.R.R. Tolkien; Red Leather (real, not faux) Edition]
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