My McKinleys

Look at Pegasus, making friends with my other Robin McKinley books! πŸ™‚ I picked up my copy yesterday at Fully Booked for P798 and I can’t wait to read it. The Blue Sword is not included in the picture because my friend borrowed my copy. I think this is a sign that I should get another copy of The Blue Sword since it’s my favorite out of the bunch (aside from Beauty). Also, both Outlaws of Sherwood and Deerskin are used copies because they’re not available in local bookstores and yes, I haven’t read them yet.

17 thoughts on “My McKinleys

    • Yes, I was so excited to get it! Just need to finish the book that I’m currently reading so I could move on to this one. Although I’ll probably only read it at home because the hardcover is heavy.

  1. Pretty! πŸ˜€ I saw Pegasus in Eastwood, too, and I want it…but I have no room for it yet.

    Oh and speaking of McKinley. The only copy of Sunshine is gone! 😦 I think I’ll have to have the copy from Shang transferred…after our house has been renovated. This is what happens when you really have no shelves. haha. πŸ˜€

    • Tina, I was actually undecided on whether I should read Pegasus or wait for the second half of the story to be released but since that’s not happening until 2012, I couldn’t wait. πŸ™‚

      Ooooh are you getting the sparkly new edition of Sunshine? I thought they had a lot of copies of those since I saw copies in different branches.

    • Angie, you need to take a picture of the McKinley section of your bookshelves. Four copies of The Blue Sword? πŸ™‚ Plus I know you have several copies of Sunshine and you have that beautiful edition of Rose Daughter.

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