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Brave Story
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
9 posts | 9 read | 11 to read
Young Wataru flees his messed-up life to navigate the magical world of Vision, a land filled with creatures both fierce and friendly. His ultimate destination is the Tower of Destiny where a goddess of fate awaits. Only when he has finished his journey and collected five elusive gemstones will he possess the Demon's Bane--the key that will grant him his most heartfelt wish...the wish to bring his family back together again! -- VIZ Media
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mydearwatson
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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Lady_Tigana_20 I see Eye of the World over there, sneaking into the picture. Have you read it? The entire series? 4mo
mydearwatson @Lady_Tigana_20 I own the series, but I‘ve only made it to number 4. I got stuck years ago, and I‘ve had so much other stuff to read 🤦🏻‍♀️. 4mo
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Liberty
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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Morning view: I‘m back in the saddle, er, hammock again! This is one of the cases in my library. It‘s alphabetized by title, because it‘s easier for me to locate books. I find that if I forget information about a book, it‘s more often the author‘s name than the title. (Sorry authors, you know I❤️ you.) How do you organize your books? 📚📚📚

Andrew65 My whole library is alphabetised by Author surname. If I forget an author‘s name I will just google the book title. Previously we did it by genre and author surname but that didn‘t work for us. Current system seems to work well. 7mo
Christinak I have mine very informally grouped by genre/theme. My daughters friends would come over they would know if the picked up a book near one they enjoyed it would be similar. romance, dystopia, crying books, (They still stop by when they are home from college so I guess the system works) I do have a stack of books I am aiming to read in the immediate future that is separate and very eclectic. 7mo
JacqMac I‘m terrible with names. I organize by genre. One day I‘ll get around to alphabetizing properly. Maybe. 7mo
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Emilymdxn My books are in no order at all. I know where they are cause I put them there and look at them so much but absolutely no one else can find anything 😂 I give away so many books and I‘m not focused on displaying them or treating them as a collection that much so ‘where they fit when I got them‘ works for me. 7mo
JSW Grouped roughly by similarity and genre. Roughly. My TBR is in another spot and my giveaway/pass along is in another spot. Current reads are on the couch, in my work bag, and on the bedside table. Books everywhere!!! But I always know exactly where all my babies are. 📚👍🏼 7mo
MrT As much as I would like to colour code.....My OCD gets the better of me everytime. A to Z by author, then by publication date. Same with My TBR pile. 7mo
KatieDid927 Alphabetized by author in my library. I have two shelves in my living room that are my series/trilogies also organized by author and a shelf of Book of the Month by author as well. 7mo
readordierachel I start out grouping by genre, but it eventually becomes a free for all. It's madness. 7mo
cswaingiggles Mine makes sense to me but confuses others. I organize by genre and then series within that. And I‘m constantly cycling where each series is because I keep my several currently reading series at eye level with my TBR ones lower because I‘m short so higher is for books I‘ve read already. 7mo
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Jobe
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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When you buy a book simply because the cover intrigues you! Have any of you read this book? Shall I dive in? #prettybooks #bookcollector #coverart

Addison_Reads That's an awesome cover! I've never read it, but now I'm curious. Dive in and let us know how it is 😀 13mo
CouronneDhiver ☝🏽 I agree! 13mo
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wordslinger42
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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Mehso-so

I have to say, I'm not honestly sure how I feel about this one, which doesn't usually happen for me. I did enjoy the story, but at the end it still left me wondering what to make of it!

DiruVamp I had to bail on this one. I wanted to like it but it just wasn't like I thought it would be. 3y
wordslinger42 @DiruVamp Yeah, I think that's part of my problem with it also. It just wasn't anything close to what I expected! I didn't have that satisfied feeling I usually do when I finish a great book 3y
DiruVamp @wordslinger42 had it been shorter I might have stuck with it. But it was so long LOL 3y
wordslinger42 @DiruVamp Agreed! It took a lot of commitment to finish it haha 3y
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meltedsquirrel
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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Hubsband needed to catch up on paperwork so I'm keeping him company on his office couch. I packed two kindles (fire for comics and Paperwhite for the other two books I'm reading) and a bag of snacks.

TheLibrarian That's sweet of you!! 3y
meltedsquirrel @TheLibrarian it's the least I could do. He drove me on all my errands yesterday so I wouldn't have to drive in snow. 3y
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meltedsquirrel
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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it's been snowing all day and I didn't have to drive in it. Now I'm going to go read in the bath. happy camper.

BookishMarginalia Love this pic! 3y
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meltedsquirrel
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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last night I got in bed early to read and Hubsband joined me. he read an entire book and I only got 6 percent into brave story because it's 808 pages long. But I also made more headway into extremely loud and incredibly close so.... there's that.

angrylilasian I've had this on my shelf for years and still haven't gotten to it just because it's too heavy to hold and read in bed. 😄 3y
meltedsquirrel @angrylilasian I'm afraid I'll fall asleep and it'll fall onto my face 3y
wordslinger42 I just finished this & I wasn't really happy with it. The story was OK, but not anything like I expected (& it nearly did fall on my face one night 😂) 3y
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RanaElizabeth
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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Maps are one of my favorite things in the world so it should be no surprise that I love books with maps. One of the first things I do is read the first page, scanning for place names, and then flip back to the map to orient myself. I'll often find myself going back to the map to figure out main cities and distances.
#mapsinbooks
#septphotochallenge
#somethingforsept

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shawnmooney
Brave Story | Miyuki Miyabe
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shawnmooney Just saw that it's a free book on Scribd, for any of you who subscribe. 3y
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