Book Shelfs, New Acquisitions January-March 2013

Although my book shelfs are overflowing with tomes I haven’t read, the temptation to add just a bit more always win over reason.

Sure I have plenty to last a few years but with books it’s never enough.

This time my loot was quite good, nine books in all.


On the top row(left to Right)

  • No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy (Currently Reading)
  • Trópico de Cáncer by Henry Miller
  • Infancia by J.M. Coetzee
  • La Silla del Águila by Carlos Fuentes
  • Federico en su balcón by Carlos Fuentes (publish posthumous)

Bottom Row (Left to Right)

  • Las ventajas de ser invisible by Stephen Chbosky
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (B & N Hardcover Classics)
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (B & N Leatherbound Classics)
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (Editorial Tomo Spanish Edition)

Well let see what new things the next months bring to my already abundant shelfs.

Happy Readings!!!!!

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